The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London

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Vols. 1-108 include Proceedings of the society (separately paged, beginning with v. 30)
 

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Pāgina xxviii - not less than one third of the annual interest [of the fund] to accompany the Medal, the remaining interest to be given in one or more portions, at the discretion of the Council, for the encouragement of Geology or of any of the allied sciences by which they shall consider Geology to have been most materially advanced...
Pāgina xxvi - Society may deem most useful in advancing Geological Science, whether by granting sums of money to travellers in pursuit of knowledge, to authors of memoirs, or to persons actually employed in any enquiries bearing upon the science of Geology, or in rewarding any such travellers, authors, or other persons, and the Medal to be given to some person to whom such Council shall grant any sum of money or recompense in respect of Geological Science/ 1873.
Pāgina 297 - THERE rolls the deep where grew the tree. O earth, what changes hast thou seen ! There where the long street roars, hath been The stillness of the central sea. The hills are shadows, and they flow From form to form, and nothing stands; They melt like mist, the solid lands, Like clouds they shape themselves and go.
Pāgina 382 - ... 6. All communications intended for publication by the Society shall be clearly and legibly written on one side of the paper only, with proper references, and in all respects in fit condition for being at once placed in the printer's hands. 7. In order to...
Pāgina xxx - as an acknowledgment of eminent services in any department of Geology, irrespective of the receiver's country ; but he must not be older than 45 years at his last birthday, thus probably not too old for further work, and not too young to have done much.
Pāgina xxviii - ... to accompany the medal, the remaining interest to be given in one or more portions, at the discretion of the council, for the encouragement of geology or of any of the allied sciences by which they shall consider geology to have been most materially advanced, either for travelling expenses or for a memoir or paper published or in progress, and without reference to the sex or nationality of the author or the language in which any such memoir or paper may be written.
Pāgina 370 - I, respectively, represent the percentages for each class in which the duration of the sound was greater than, equal to, or less than, that of the shock. TABLE III.
Pāgina 368 - Mar. 10, 1907. Time of occurrence, 7.33pm; Intensity 5; Number of records 6 from 4 places. A shock, rather stronger than usual, was felt at Airthrey, Alva, Bridge of Allan and Menstrie. It consisted of two prominent vibrations, and was accompanied by a loud report like that of an explosion. 85. Apr. 7, 1907. Time of occurrence, 11.11 pm A very slight shock, felt at Menstrie, the attendant noise being the more prominent feature.
Pāgina 537 - On the Cretaceous Formation of Bahia (Brazil) and on the Vertebrate Fossils contained therein.
Pāgina xxviii - There is a further provision for suspending the award for one year, and in such case for the awarding of a Medal to ' each of two persons who have been jointly engaged in the same exploration in the same country, or perhaps on allied subjects in different countries, the proportion of interest always not being less to each Medal than one third of the annual interest.

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