Item #34042 An Old Chapter of the Geological Record with a New Interpretation: or, Rock-Metamorphism (Especially the Methylosed Kind) and Its Resultant Imitations of Organisms. With anIntroduction giving an , Annotated History of the Controversy on theSo-Called "Eozoon Canadense," and an Appendix. W. KING, T H. Rowney.
An Old Chapter of the Geological Record with a New Interpretation: or, Rock-Metamorphism (Especially the Methylosed Kind) and Its Resultant Imitations of Organisms. With anIntroduction giving an , Annotated History of the Controversy on theSo-Called "Eozoon Canadense," and an Appendix.

An Old Chapter of the Geological Record with a New Interpretation: or, Rock-Metamorphism (Especially the Methylosed Kind) and Its Resultant Imitations of Organisms. With anIntroduction giving an , Annotated History of the Controversy on theSo-Called "Eozoon Canadense," and an Appendix.

London. John van Voorst, 1881. Hardcover. 22cm, lvii, 142p., 8 colour litho plates, index, browncloth, gilt spine titles, small stain on preliminary pages to page 20,otherwise fine. (scn) The "Eozoon Controversy" stems for fossils foundon Calumet Island in the Ottawa Valley and Perth, Ontario and reportedby Sir William Logan in his Geological Survey of Canada Report if 1858. A Canadian chapter is entitled "On the Origin of the Archlaen'Christalline Limestones'of Canada" again with with reference to Logan'sresearch. Near Fine. Item #34042

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