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The Strength of the Earth's Crust

Joseph Barrell
The Journal of Geology
Vol. 22, No. 4 (May - Jun., 1914), pp. 289-314
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30056401
Page Count: 26
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "Bearing of Physiography upon Suess's Theories Abstract," Intern. Geog. Cong., 8th Report, 1905, p. 164
    • Amer. Jour. Science (4), XIX (1905), 265-73.
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    1909, pp. 58, 59.
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    1906, pp. 142-46.
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    1909, pp. 55-58.
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    Taken from pp. 56, 58, 69, and illustration No. 2, Hayford, 1909.
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    1909, P. 59.
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    1909, p. 59.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Fig. 5, p. 153, Part II
    • Hayford and Bowie, pp. 107-8
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    Illustration No. 3, Hayford, Supplementary Paper, Bowie, Illustration No. 5.
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    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • "On Gravity Determinations at Sea," Amer. Jour. Science (4), XXXI (1911), 1-18.
    • "Hecker's Remarks on Ocean Gravity," Amer. Jour. Science (4), XXXIII (1912), 245, 248.
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    Professional Paper No. 13, Survey of India, 1912.
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    Op. cit., p. 4.
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    "On the Origin of the Himalaya Mountains," Professional Paper No. 12, Survey of India, 1912.