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" Thus, in Mar forest, in Aberdeenshire, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat formed partly out of their perishing leaves and branches, and in part from the growth of other plants. "
Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society - Seite 365
von Liverpool Geological Society - 1878
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Principles of Geology: Being an Attempt to Explain the Former ..., Band 2

Sir Charles Lyell - 1832
...Mar forest, in Aberdeen shire, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat formed partly out of their perishing...branches, and in part from the growth of other plants. We also learn that the overthrow of a forest by a storm, about the middle of the seventeenth century,...
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The Monthly Review

1832
...Mar forest, in Aberdeenshire, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat formed partly out of their perishing...branches, and in part from the growth of other plants. We also learn that the overthrow of a forest by a storm, about the middle of the seventeenth century,...
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The art of deer-stalking

William Scrope - 1838
...particularly, ' that in Mar Forest, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat, formed partly out of their perishing...branches, and in part from the growth of other plants.' In the forest of Atholl, we find everywhere in these bogs, roots of trees fixed to the subsoil, so...
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The Art of Deer-stalking

William Scrope - 1839 - 440 Seiten
...particularly, ' that in Mar Forest, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat, formed partly out of their perishing...branches, and in part from the growth of other plants.' In the forest of Atholl, we find every where in these bogs, roots of trees fixed to the subsoil, so...
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The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art, Band 2

1841
...forest, in Aberdeenshire, large trunks of • Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat, formed partly out of ' their...branches, and in part from the growth of 'other plants. We also leam, that 'the overthrow of a forest by a storm, about the • middle of the seventeenth century,...
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Course of Civil Engineering: Comprising Plane Trigonometry, Surveying, and ...

John Gregory - 1843
...Aberdeenshire, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immersed in peat, formed partly out of their perishing leaves...branches, and in part from the growth of other plants. In the seventeenth century, the overthrow of a forest in Rosshire, gave rise to a peat-bog, which was...
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Facts about Peat as an Article of Fuel: With Remarks Upon Its Origin and ...

1865 - 120 Seiten
...Mar Forest, in Aberdeenshire, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat formed partly out of their perishing...branches, and in part from the growth of other plants. We also learn that the overthrow of a forest by a storm, about the middle of the seventeenth century,...
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Principles of Geology; Or, The Modern Changes of the Earth and Its ...

1865 - 834 Seiten
...Mar forest, in Aberdeenshire, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, were soon immured in peat, formed partly out of their perishing...branches, and in part from the growth of other plants. \Ve also learn, that the overthrow of a forest by a storm, about the middle of the seventeenth century,...
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Principles of Geology: Or, The Modern Changes of the Earth and Its ..., Band 2

Sir Charles Lyell - 1868 - 671 Seiten
...forest, in Aberdeenshire, large trunks of Scotch fir, which had fallen from age and decay, are sail": to have been soon immured in peat, formed partly out...their perishing leaves and branches, and in part from tlugrowth of other plants. We are also told that the overthrow of a forest by a storm, about the middle...
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Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society, Band 3

Liverpool Geological Society - 1878
...inhabitants in these old pine forest." — Lyell's " Antiquity of Man," page 17. " According to Ilennie, many of these mosses of the north of Europe occupy...overthrow of a forest by a storm, about the middle of the seveuteeth century, gave rise to a peat moss near Lockbroom, in Rossshire, and that, in less than half...
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