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" By EDWARD GREENLY, FGS ~|)AMSAY'S view of the Strait as a glacial furrow was in the main JAi accepted ; but it was shown, from the general glacial phenomena and from soundings, that the middle reach of the Strait cannot be explained in that way. Evidence... "
Archaeologia Cambrensis - Page 406
1912
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Nature, Volume 90

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1913 - 812 pages
...which he accepted Ramsay's view of the Strait as a glacial furrow, but the middle of the Strait cannot be explained in that way. Evidence was adduced to...relations of the ice of the mountain land and of the sea-basin admitted of the accumulation of a temporary lake. Post-glacial erosion and subsequent changes...
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Nature, Volume 90

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1913
...which he accepted Ramsay's view of the Strait as a glacial furrow, but the middle of the Strait cannot be explained in that way. Evidence was adduced to...relations of the ice of the mountain land and of the sea-basin admitted of the accumulation of a temporary lake. Post-glacial erosion and subsequent changes...
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Geological Magazine

Henry Woodward - 1912 - 660 pages
...shown, from the general glacial phenomena and from soundings, that the middle reach of the Strait cannot be explained in that way. Evidence was adduced to...a time when the mutual relations of the ice of the mountain-land and of the sea-basin admitted of the accumulation of a temporary lake. Post-Glacial erosion...
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Geological Magazine

Henry Woodward - 1912 - 668 pages
...shown, from the general glacial phenomena and from soundings, that the middle reach of the Strait cannot be explained in that way. Evidence was adduced to...excavated by glacial waters during the recession of the ioo at a time when the mutual relations of the ice of the mountain-land and of the sea-basin admitted...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 82

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1913
...from the general glacial phenomena, and from soundings, that the middle reach of the strait cannot be explained in that way. Evidence was adduced to...a time when the mutual relations of the ice of the o Balfour Bore, fife ... 36 feet below Calmy Limestone horizon. o Bilston Burn .... 100 feet below...
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Geological Magazine

Henry Woodward - 1912 - 660 pages
...shown, from the general glacial phenomena and from soundings, that the middle reach of the Strait cannot be explained in that way. Evidence was adduced to...a time when the mutual relations of the ice of the mountain-land and of the sea-basin admitted of tho accumulation of a temporary lake. Post-Glacial erosion...
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