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The Geology, Glaciation and Drainage of the Barmouth and Arthog area, North Wales By Bernard O'Connor
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This booklet provides a detailed, illustrated account of the geology, glaciation and drainage of the Barmouth and Arthog area of North Wales.
Drainage Modifications and Glaciation in the Danbury Region Connecticut State of Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey Bulletin No. 30 By Ruth Sawyer Harvey
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The Teachings of Samael Aun Weor - Alcyone and Negative Emotions By Master Samael
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Some words used in this book: humanity forcedly precipitated workers laughing arcana submergence penetrate meteor stubborn regardless favor weather formidable precisely called sisters behavior... More > completely handle mistakenly reflect pleiades impelled glaciations teachings lemurian phosphorus limit transformations spoken hashim occurred tiny poles constellation tubes souls sanskrit plants wasting shaking seed krishnamurti original sacred deformed rotation forms wasted pendulum covered accepted latent projections dwell instance demonstrated referred numbers congress connected wisdom saturated believe admitted assertion indestructible save persecution letting invites catastrophe actually heads bottomless suspected ineffable action suffer obeying eliminate gives agree thousands particles previous careful sex integrate remain jochai germain karma ocean understand sand harmoniously thundering gravitational magic disappear equatorial< Less
The Portable Geologist By James W. Cotton
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A simple guide of commonly observed geologic features and phenomenon for the layman or hobbyist in the field of natural history. This wonderfully illustrated book gives a good working overview of... More > mineral formation, plate tectonics, evolution, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciation, and also lists a few of the author's favorite geologic wonders of the world. Also included is a brief synopsis of the geomorphology of other planets and bodies in our Solar System.< Less
The Portable Geologist By James W. Cotton
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A simple guide of commonly observed geologic features and phenomenon for the layman or hobbyist in the field of natural history. This wonderfully illustrated book gives a good working overview of... More > mineral formation, plate tectonics, evolution, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciation, and also lists a few of the author's favorite geologic wonders of the world. Also included is a brief synopsis of the geomorphology of other planets and bodies in our Solar System.< Less
The Portable Geologist By James W. Cotton
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A simple guide of commonly observed geologic features and phenomenon for the layman or hobbyist in the field of natural history. This wonderfully illustrated book gives a good working overview of... More > mineral formation, plate tectonics, evolution, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciation, and also lists a few of the author's favorite geologic wonders of the world. Also included is a brief synopsis of the geomorphology of other planets and bodies in our Solar System.< Less
The Portable Geologist By James W. Cotton
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A simple guide of commonly observed geologic features and phenomenon for the layman or hobbyist in the field of natural history. This wonderfully illustrated book gives a good working overview of... More > mineral formation, plate tectonics, evolution, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciation, and also lists a few of the author's favorite geologic wonders of the world. Also included is a brief synopsis of the geomorphology of other planets and bodies in our Solar System.< Less
The Portable Geologist By James W. Cotton
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A simple guide of commonly observed geologic features and phenomenon for the layman or hobbyist in the field of natural history. This wonderfully illustrated book gives a good working overview of... More > mineral formation, plate tectonics, evolution, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciation, and also lists a few of the author's favorite geologic wonders of the world. Also included is a brief synopsis of the geomorphology of other planets and bodies in our Solar System.< Less
Waterfall Walks Calender By Wolfer Gray
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Waterfall Walks 2017 Standard 11" x 8.5" Coil Bound Calender. Waterfall Landscapes from the Waterfall Walk Guide Books by Wolfer Gray. This colour edition calendar is a series of landscapes... More > of the waterfalls from the One Walk, Waterfall Walks in the Yorkshire Dales, a series of one walk guide books by the same author whose theme is waterfall walks in the geological and archaeological landscape of Malhamdale and the surrounding area where the route of a walk encompasses views of waterfalls, geological and archaeological features sat in a back drop of scenic beauty formed by ice age glaciation and the deposition of carboniferous limestone scenery that attracts many visitors to the area. This series of waterfall walks are in Malham and the surrounding areas of Littondale, Wharfedale, Kettlewell and Inglebrough areas are described in terms of geological, archaeological and industrial features seen on the walks. Archaeological features such as Iron Age huts, barrows, amongst waterfalls, water sinks, and tarns.< Less
Noah and the Deluge: Chronological, Historical and Archaeological Evidence By Gerard Gertoux
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Historians consider the biblical account of Noah and the Deluge as a myth. However, this famous event occurred at the earliest times of recorded history (Sumerian King List). Today scientists believe... More > in the last ice age called Pleistocene ending in 10,000 BCE, but there is no witness of this planetary cataclysmic event and its existence is based solely on the controversial interpretation of its consequences and their dating. The existence of erratic blocks and the disappearance of mammoths are presented as evidence of the last glaciation. However, despite dating obtained by 14C (calibrated by dendrochronology) is considered absolute by most experts its confrontation with the Egyptian chronology, in which some dates are fixed by astronomy, reverses this widespread belief and shows that dates obtained by 14C increase exponentially before -2200. Thus the rate of 14C tends gradually to 0 around -3500, which implies an important consequence: before -3500, 14C dating is no longer possible.< Less