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" His work on coral-reefs appeared in 1842, when my report on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most part the same. The principal points of difference... "
Corals and Coral Islands - Page 7
by James Dwight Dana - 1872 - 398 pages
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The American Naturalist, Volume 6

Biology - 1872
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most part...brought directly and constantly to my attention." (Preface.) ╗Corals ímil (oral Islands. By James D. Dana, LL.L). New York. Dodd A Mewl, 1872. Svo,...
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The American Naturalist, Volume 6

Biology - 1872
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most part...over the Pacific brought directly and constantly to ray attention." (Preface.) * Corals nncl Coral Islands. By James I). Dana, LL.D. New York. Dodd * Mead....
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The American Naturalist, Volume 6

Biology - 1872
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusi<Jns on other points, which we had independently reached, •were' for the most part...brought directly and constantly to my attention." (Preface.) The chapters treat of "Corals and Coral Makers ;" the- "Structure of Coral Reel's ami Islands...
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The American Naturalist, Volume 6

Biology - 1872
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most part...range of travel over the Pacific brought directly and constautly to my attention." (Preface.) The chapters treat of "Corals and Coral Makers;" the "Structure...
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Medical Record, Volume 7

George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman - Medicine - 1872
...The conclusions arrived at by both authors were in many respects identical. Prof. Dana remarks : " The principal points of difference relate to the reason...brought directly and constantly to my attention." One-third of the book is taken up with an instructive history of the corals and their organizers, with...
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On the Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs: Also Geological ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1890 - 549 pages
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most part...level, and the distribution of the oceanic regions of ╗1_ 1 elevation and subsidence — topies which a wide range of travel over the Pacific brought directly...
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The Life of James Dwight Dana: Scientific Explorer, Mineralogist, Geologist ...

Daniel Coit Gilman - United States Exploring Expedition - 1899 - 409 pages
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most part...brought directly and constantly to my attention." Darwin's gratified reception of Dana's Geology of the Expedition is thus mentioned in his memoirs,...
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Corals and coral islands

James D. Dana - 1899
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most p^art...Pacific brought directly and constantly to my attention. on Coral Reefs and Islands has been greatly extended by the addition of facts from numerous sources....
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The Life of James Dwight Dana: Scientific Explorer, Mineralogist, Geologist ...

Daniel Coit Gilman - United States Exploring Expedition - 1899 - 409 pages
...on the subject was already in manuscript. It showed that the conclusions on other points, which we had independently reached, were for the most part...distribution of the oceanic regions of elevation and subsidence—topics which a wide range of travel over the Pacific brought directly and constantly to...
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