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" The regular and uniform preservation of this thin bed of black earth over a distance of many miles, shows that the change from dry land to the state of a freshwater lake or estuary, was not accompanied by any violent denudation, or rush of water, since... "
A Manual of Elementary Geology; Or, The Ancient Changes of the Earth and Its ... - Seite 234
von Sir Charles Lyell - 1851 - 512 Seiten
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Transactions of the Geological Society of London

Geological Society of London - 1836
...matter and soil, which has accumulated more than a foot of black earth around the roots of these trees. The regular and uniform preservation of this thin bed of black earth over a distance of so many miles, shows that * See Geological Transactions, Second Series, vol. ip 421 — 422. the change...
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A treatise on geology, the article under that head in the 7th ed. of the ...

John Phillips - 1837
...dirt-bed, which has accumulated more than a foot of black earth, loaded with the wreck of its vegetation. The regular and uniform preservation of this thin bed of black earth over a distance of so many miles, shews that the change from dry land to the state of freshwater lake or estuary was not...
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Elements of geology

sir Charles Lyell (bart.) - 1841
...forests beneath a body of freshwater, from which sediment enveloping fluviatile shells was deposited. 3dly. " The regular and uniform preservation of this...accompanied by any violent denudation, or rush of water, aince the loose black earth, together with the trees which lay prostrate on its surface, must inevitably...
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Elements of Geology, Band 1

Sir Charles Lyell - 1841
...forests beneath a body of freshwater, from which sediment enveloping fluviatile shells was deposited. 3dly. " The regular and uniform preservation of this...bed of black earth over a distance of many miles, Ch. XVIII.) IN ISLE OF PORTLAND. 427 shows that the change from dry land to the state of a freshwater...
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Geology,: Introductory, Descriptive, & Practical, Band 1

1844
...former vegetation. " The regular and uniform preservation also of this thin bed, over a distance of so many miles, shows that the change from dry land to the state of a fresh-water lake or estuary, (which the nature of the overlying rock proves to have succeeded the period of dry land,) was not accompanied...
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Geology in Its Relation to Revealed Religion

C. B. - 1853 - 368 Seiten
...the land sank down, and was submerged with its forests beneath a body of fresh water; and that the uniform preservation of this thin bed of black earth over a distance of many miles, shows the change was not attended by any violent rush of water. But in sections of more complicated appearances,...
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A manual of elementary geology: or, The ancient changes of the earth and its ...

Sir Charles Lyell - 1860 - 685 Seiten
...beneath a body of freshwater, from which sediment was thrown down enveloping fluviatile shells. 3clly. The regular and uniform preservation of this thin...distance of many miles, shows that the change from dry laud to the state of a freshwater lake or estuary, was not accompanied by any violent denudation, or...
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The World Before the Deluge

Louis Figuier - 1866 - 448 Seiten
...beneath a body of fresh water, from which sediment was thrown down containing fluviatile shells. 3. The regular and uniform preservation of this thin...lake or estuary was not accompanied by any violent rush of water, since the black earth and trees must inevitably have been swept away had any such violent...
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The World Before the Deluge

Louis Figuier - 1867 - 439 Seiten
...beneath a body of fresh water from which sediment was thrown down enveloping fluviatile shells. 3. The regular and uniform preservation of this thin...shows that the change from dry land to the state of a fresh- water lake, or estuary, was not accompanied by any violent denudation or rush of water, since...
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Natural History: Or, Second Division of "The English Encyclopedia", Band 4

Charles Knight - 1867
...former vegetation. " The regular and uniform preservation also of this thin bed over a distance of so many miles, shows that the change from dry land to the state of a fresh-water lake or sestuary (which the nature of the overlying rock proves to have succeeded the period of dry land) was...
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