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The Principles of Stratigraphical Geology

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The Principles of Stratigraphical Geology
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: B006FHAHTQ
Number of pages: 310

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It is the aim of the Stratigraphical Geologist to record the events which have occurred during the existence of the earth in the order in which they have taken place. He tries to restore the physical geography of each period of the past, and in this way to write a connected history of the earth.

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