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Crandall, Charles S. Natural reforestation on the

mountains of northern Colorado. Garden & Forest,

10, 1897, 437, 446-447.
Observations on the relative moisture content of fruit

trees in winter and in summer. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1898,

405-407.
Crandall, Floyd M. Management of the new-born infant.

N. Y. Med. JL, 55, 1892, 684-690.
Crandall, Floyd M., & Northrup, William P. See

Northrup & Crandall.
Crandall, 0. A. Physa heterostropha. [1892.] Nautilus,

6, 1892-93, 20-21.
Post Pliocene shells. [1893.] Nautilus, 6, 1892-93,

103.
Crane, A. B. Snow-storms at Chicago. [1892.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 9 (1892-93), 63-66.
Can long-range weather forecasts be made with any

degree of accuracy or profit? [1898.] U. S. Weath.

Bur. Bull., 24, 1899, 157-160.
Crane, (Miss) Agnes. On a brachiopod of the genus

Atretia, named in MS. by the late Dr. T. DAVIDSON.

Zool. Soc. Proc., 1886, 181-184.

- The origin of speech and development of language.
Brighton Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep., 1889, 20-30, 30-43.

New classifications of the Brachiopoda. Geol. Mag.,

10, 1893, 318-323, 384.

- The generic evolution of the Palaeozoic Brachiopoda.
Science, 21, 1893, 72-74.

The origin of birds. Brighton Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep.,
1894, 26-32.

The evolution of the Brachiopoda.



A sequel to

Dr. Thomas DAVIDSON'S "What is a brachiopod"?
[1893.] Geol. Mag., 2, 1895, 65-75, 103-116.

An arrangement in horns and hoofs. Brighton Nat.



Hist. Soc. Rep., 1896, 16-19.
Crane, Edward C. The succession of life on the earth,

and its possible migration from the Polar regions.

Brighton Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep., 1887, 21-22.

[Geological history and evolution of crocodiles.]

Brighton Nat. Hist. Soc. Rep., 1890, 22-24.
Sphenodon and its affinities. Brighton Nat. Hist.

Soc. Rep., 1890, 31-34.
Crane, Frederick Henry] D[uryea]. A contribution to

the knowledge of tellurium. Amer. Chem. JL, 23 (1900),

408-425.
Crane, W. R. A curvimeter. Kan. Univ. Quarterly, 4,

1896, 121-124.
"Horsebacks" in the Kansas Coal Measures. Kan.

Univ. Quarterly, 4, 1896, 145-151.
Geography and detailed stratigraphy of the Kansas

Coal Measures ; description of mines, mining methods,

and mining machinery; chemical and physical properties

of Kansas coals ; output and commerce ; mining directory ;

and mining laws. Kan. Univ. Geol. Surv., 3, 1898, 107-

336.
Craney, . Elektrolyse von Salzlosungen. [1892.]

Ztschr. Elektrotechn. Elektroch., 1894-95, 105-106.

502



Crankshaw]



396



[Crawford



Crankshaw, Joseph. Irrigation and water storage in the
western States of America. Manchester Geol. Soc. Trans.,

20, 1890, 519-530.

Water supply at Horwich. [With analysis by Percy

F. FRANKLAND.] [1891.] Manchester Geol. Soc. Trans.,

21, 1892, 206-215.

Coal mining in South Russia. [1900.] Manchester

Geol. Soc. Trans., 26, 1901, 410-417.

Cranmer-Byng, L. The colour of spiders. Essex Natlist.,
4, 1890, 157.

Cranston, Thomas. *New method of lunar distances.
[1877.] Observatory, London, 1, 1878, 214-215.

Cranz, Carl [Julius]. Zur Bewegung der Geschosse. Civil-
ingenieur, 31, 1885, 103-126.

Ueber das Gesetz der Temperatur und Ausdehnung

eines von Wechselstromen durchflossenen Drahtes. Elek-
trotechn. Ztschr. , 9, 1888, 426-427.

Das Gesetz zwischen Ausdehnung und Stromstarke

fur einen von galvanischen Wechselstromen durchflos-
senen Leiter. Ztschr. Math. Phys., 34, 1889, 92-110.

Ueber eine Beziehung zwischen dem Newton-

Weber'schen Grundgesetz und einigen meteorologischen
Erscheinungen. Meteorol. Ztschr., 7 (1890), 399-400. xii.

Ueber den Unendlichkeitsbegriff in der Mathematik

und Naturwissenschaft. Phil. Stud., 11, 1895, 1-40.

Ueber die constanten Geschossabweichungen, insbe-

sondere die konische Pendelung der Geschossaxe.
Deutsch. Natf. Verh., 1897 (Th. 2, Hdlfte 1), 6.

Grundziige einer Grapho-Ballistik auf Grund der

Kruppschen Tabelle. Ztschr. Math. Phys., 42, 1897,
183-204.

Ueber Geschossabweichungen. [1897.] Wiirttemb.

Jhefte., 54, 1898, Ixv-lxvi.

Theoretische und experimentelle Untersuchungen iiber

die Kreiselbewegungen der rotierenden Langgeschosse
wahrend ihres Fluges. Ztschr. Math. Phys., 43, 1898,
133-162, 169-214.

Ueber die constanten Geschossabweichungen. [1897.]

Deutsch. Math. Ver. Jber., 6, 1899 (Heft I), 110-120.

Beobachtungen der relativen Feuchtigkeit von Schul-

zimmerluft bei Heissluftheizung. Wiirttemb. Jhefte.,
55, 1899, Ixxi.

Cranz, Carl [Julius], & Koch, K[arl] R[ichard]. Unter-
suchungen iiber die Vibration des Gewehrlaufs. Miinchen,
Ak. Abb.., 19, 1899, 745-775; 20, 1900, 589-611.

Ueber die explosionsartige Wirkung moderner In-

fanteriegeschosse. Ann. Phys., 3, 1900, 247-273.

Cranz, H. Der Loferer Steinberg. Deutsch. Alpeiiver.

Ztschr., 31, 1900, 211-226.
Cranz, Heinrich. Ueber physikalischen Unterricht f riiherer

Zeit. Wiirttemb. Jhefte., 40, 1884, 32-36.
Zur geometrischen Theorie der Dammerung. Ztschr.

Math. Phys., 31, 1886, 158-165.
Crass, C. H. Variation of Xanthia fulvago. Ent. Record,

8, 1896, 11.
Crathorne, .1. II., Mitchell, F. C., & Homer, /.. II.

Observations of the partial eclipse of the Sun, May 28,

1900, at Orono, Maine. Popular Astr., 8, 1900, 462.
Crato, E. Gedanken iiber die Assimilation und die damit

verbundene Sauerstoffausscheidung. Deutsch. Bot. Ges.

Ber., 10, 1892, 250-255.
Die Physode, ein Organ des Zellenleibes. Deutsch.

Bot. Ges. Ber., 10, 1892, 295-302.
Beitrag zur Kenntniss der Protoplasmastructur.

Deutsch. Bot. Ges. Ber., 10, 1892, 451-458.

Morphologische und mikrochemische Untersuchungen



Cratty, JR. I. Graphephorum festucaceum, Gray. [1884.]
Bot. Gaz. , 9 & 10, 1884-85, 27-28.

Notes on the aquatic phenogarns of Iowa. [1896.]
Iowa Univ. Lab. Nat. Hist. Bull., 3, 1894-96 (No. 4),
136-152.

The Iowa sedges. Iowa Univ. Lab. Nat. Hist. Bull.,



4, [1898], 313-375.
Craufurd, Clifford H. Journeys in Gosha and beyond

the Deshek Wama (Lake Hardinge). Geogr. Jl., 9, 1897,

54-58.
Craven, Alfred E. Note sur Helix harpa, Say. Jl. de

Conch., 36, 1888, 101-103.
Sur les varie'te's du Purpura (Cuma) coronata, Lmk.,

et sur la position syste'matique du Melongena fusiformis,

Blainv. Brux., Soc. Malacol. Ann., 27 (1892), xxiii-xxvi.
Craven, Alfred E., & Smith, Edgar A. Notes on the

viviparous nature of Balea. [1891.] Jl. Conch., 6,

1889-91, 421-422.
Graver, H. W., Noyes, William A[lbert], & IttcTaggart,

J. R. See Noyes, McTaggart & Graver.
Craveri, . Fabiana imbricata o pichi. Ann. di Chim.,

18, 1893, 309-310.
Craveri, Federico. For biographical notice see Moncalieri

Oss. Boll., 10, 1890, 81-82.
*Descrizione degli osservatorii che sono in corris-

pondenza meteorologica coll' Osservatorio di Moncalieri.

iv. Osservatorio meteorologico di Bra. Moncalieri Oss.

Bull., 1, 1866, 74.
*Di un nuovo eliofotometro. [1872.] Moncalieri

Oss. Bull., 7, 1873, 65-67.
*Terremoto [8 ottobre 1877, Bra]. [1877.] Moncalieri

Oss. Bull., 12, 1878, 181.
*Appunti meteorologici relativi alia maturazione delle

uve in Bra. Moncalieri Oss. Boll., 1, 1881, 24-26.
*Temporale a Bra. Moncalieri Oss. Boll., 2, 1882,

175-176.
*Istruzioni per le osservazioni eliofotometriche.

Moncalieri Oss. Boll., 3, 1883, 24-26, 53-55, 85-86.
[Bolide del 12 luglio 1884.] Biella. Moncalieri Oss.

Boll., 4, 1884, 126.

Temporale a Bra. Moucalieri Oss. Boll., 5, 1885, 145.

Craveri, Marius. [Renseignements relatifs a des tremble-

ments de terre de la region de San-Jose', Costa Rica.]

Paris, Soc. Ge"ogr. C. R., 1890, 373-374.
Cravero, Francesco. Modificazioni fatte all' anemografo

Denza per avere la direzione dei venti obliqui, e per

ottenere maggior sensibilita nel mulinello di ROBINSON.

Moncalieri Oss. Boll., 6, 1886, 20-21.
Craw, Alexander. A list of scale insects found upon

plants entering the port of San Francisco. U. S. Div.

Ent. Techn. Ser., 4, 1896, 40-41.
Craw, Henry Hewat. For biographical notice see Berwick.

Nat. Club Hist., 17, 1901, 161-162.
Note of rainfall at West Foulden for ten years, 1875-

84. Berwick. Nat. Club. Hist., [10], 1885, 611.
Note of rainfall and monthly range of temperature at

Rawburn for [the years 1885-98]. Berwick. Nat. Club
. Hist., [11], 1887, 317, 581; [12], 1890, 154, 413, 553;

[13], 1892, 245, 413; [14], 1894, 194, 410; 15, 1897, 195,

378 ; 16, 1899, 130, 391.
Note of rainfall and monthly range of temperature

at West Foulden for [the years 1885-98]. Berwick. Nat.

Club Hist., [11], 1887, 317, 581; [12], 1890, 154, 413,

553; [13], 1892, 244, 413; [14], 1894, 194, 410; 15, 1897,

195, 378; 16, 1899, 130, 391.

Note of rainfall at West Foulden since 1872. Berwick.



iiber die Physoden. Bot. Ztg., 51, 1893 (Abth. 1), 157-

196.
Ueber die Hansteen'schen Fucosankorner. Deutsch.

Bot. Ges. Ber., 11, 1893, 235-241.
Beitrage zur Anatomie und Physiologie des Elementar-

organismus. Cohn, Beitr. Biol. Pflanz., 7, 1896, 407-

535.



Nat. Club Hist., [12], 1890, 153.
Craw, James Hewat. Notes of rainfall and temperature

at West Foulden and Rawburn during 1900. Berwick.

Nat. Club Hist., 17, 1901, 316.
Craw, W. Hewat. Winters in Berwickshire. [1897.]

Symons, Meteorol. Mag., 32, 1898, 93.
Crawford, F. C. On the first recorded occurrence of



Crawford]



397



[Crawford and Balcarres



Chara baltica in Scotland. [1900.] Edinb. Bot. Soc.
Trans. & Proc., 22, 1905, 13.

Crawford, Frazer S. For biographical notice see U. S.
Div. Ent. Insect Life, 3, 1891, 354.
- The apricot disease. [1884.] S. Aust. Boy. Soc.
Trans., 8, 1886, 77-78.

Notes on certain "pores" on the veins of some
Diptera. S. Aust. Eo.y. Soc. Trans., 12, 1889, 60-61.

Crawford, G. E. The Eiffel tower. [1889.] Bristol Nat.
Soc. Proc., 6, 1891, 142-152.

Crawford, G. E. Diphtheria. N. Y. Med. Jl., 58, 1893,
99-101.

Formalin as an antiseptic in general surgery, gynae-
cology, and obstetrics. N. Y. Med. JL, 71, 1900, 1036-
1038.

Crawford, J. The Geological Survey of Nicaragua. Amer.
Geologist, 6, 1890, 377-382.

Human footprints in recent volcanic mud in Nicaragua.
Brit. Ass. Rep., 1890, 812.

On the geology of Nicaragua. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1890,
812-813.

The geology of Nicaragua. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1891,



261-270.
The peninsula and volcano of Cosigiiina. Amer.

Ass. Proc., 1891, 270-274.
Recent earthquakes in Nicaragua. Amer. Geologist,

7, 1891, 77-86.

Neolithic man in Nicaragua. Amer. Geologist, 8,
1891, 160-166.

Viejo range of Nicaragua. Amer. Geologist, 8, 1891,

190.
Evidences of a glacial epoch in Nicaragua. Amer.

Geologist, 8, 1891, 306-314.
Notes on earthquakes in Nicaragua, Feb. 6, 1892.

Amer. Geologist, 10, 1892, 115-118.

Notes from a geological survey in Nicaragua. Geol.
Soc. Quart. Jl., 48, 1892 (Proc.), 191-192.

Hydrographic area of the Rio Wanque or Coco in



Nicaragua. Science, 21, 1893, 174-177.

Recent discoveries in northeastern Nicaragua : granite

hills, moutonned ridges and gold-containing lodes or reefs,
and leads or placer mines. Science, 22, 1893, 269-272.

Evidences of man in Nicaragua during the early

neolithic age and the probable present tribal name and
locality of his descendants. [1893.] Boston Soc. Nat.
Hist. Proc., 26, 1895, 49-59.

Cerro Viejo and its volcanic cones. Boston Soc. Nat.
Hist. Proc., 26, 1895, 546-557.

[Nicaragua and Honduras earthquake, 1894.] Nature,
51 (1894-95), 280.

Recent severe seismic disturbances in Nicaragua.

Amer. Geologist, 22, 1898, 56-58.

Dr. Angelo HEILPHIN and the decrease of water in
Lake Nicaragua. Amer. Geologist, 26, 1900, 257-258.

Crawford, J. On the rectal gland of the elasmobranchs.

[1899.] Edinb. R. Coll. Physns. Lab. Rep., 7, 1900,

12-18; Edinb. Roy. Soc. Proc., 23, 1902, 55-61.
Crawford, (Rev.) J. H. Further note on the Medusa? of

St. Andrews bay (August 1890-May 1891). Ann. Mag.

Nat. Hist., 8, 1891, 295-297.
The hydroids of St. Andrews bay. Ann. Mag. Nat.

Hist., 16, 1895, 256-262.
Crawford, J. J. Annual report of the State Mineralogist.

California Min. Bur. Rep., 12, 1894, 541 pp. ; 13, 1896,

726 pp.
Crawford, James Coutts. On water-worn pebbles in the

soil. [1884.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans., 17, 1885, 341-342.

On changes in the Hataitai valley. [1884.] N. Zealand
Inst. Trans., 17, 1885, 342-343, [iii].

On Maori ancestry. [1887.] N. Zealand Inst. Trans.,



Crawford, Joseph. Some local indigenous plants of medical
interest. Amer. Jl. Pharm., 65, 1893, 42-50, 149-157.

Crawford, Laiorence. On the use of the hyperbolic sine
and cosine in connection with the hyperbola. Edinb.
Math. Soc. Proc., 13, 1895, 153-155.

On the solution of LAME'S equation



in finite terms when 2n is an odd number. Quart. Jl.
Math., 27, 1895, 93-98.

The tides. Birmingham Phil. Soc. Proc., 10, 1897,
102-112.

The trisection of a given angle. Edinb. Math. Soc.
Proc., 16, 1898, 42-45.

On the second solutions of LAME'S equation



=U{n(n



Edinb. Math. Soc. Proc., 16, 1898, 57-60.

On the factors of the solutions in finite terms of



LAME'S equation
d?U
d2 :

Quart. Jl. Math., 29, 1898, 196-201.
A proof of KLEIN'S theorem in connection with LAME'S

functions. Quart. Jl. Math., 30, 1899, 307-312.
On the evaluation of a certain determinant. [1899.]

Edinb. Math. Soc. Proc., 18, 1900, 25-27.
Crawford, Russell Tracy. Elements of Comet b 1897.

[1897.] Astr. Soc. Pacific Publ., 9, 1897, 234; Astr. JL,

18, 1898, 110.

[Comet c 1898.] [1898.] Astr. JL, 19, 1899, 52.
Elements and ephemerides of Comets c 1898 (Codding-

ton) and d [e] 1898 (Perrine). [1898.] Astr. JL, 19,

1899, 55.
Meridian circle observations of comparison stars and

of planet (17) Thetis. Astr. Nachr., 150, 1899, 239-240.
Comet b 1900 (Borrelly-Brooks). Astr. Soc. Pacific

Publ., 12, 1900, 204.

Observations of Comet b 1900 (Brooks), made with



the 12-inch telescope of the Lick Observatory, University

of California. [1900.] Astr. JL, 21, 1901, 32.
Crawford, Russell Tracy, & Leuschner, Armin 0. See

Leuschner & Crawford.
Crawford, Russell Tracy, & Palmer, H. K. [Comet b

1898.] Astr. JL, 18, 1898, 220.
[Elements of Comet b 1898 (Perrine).] [1898.] Astr.

JL, 19, 1899, 7.

[Comet e 1898.] [1898.] Astr. JL, 19, 1899, 53.
Crawford, Russell Tracy, & Scares, F. H. See Scares &

Crawford.
Crawford, William. Basal rot in daffodils. Gard. Chron.,

15, 1894, 625-626.
Crawford, William. Lightning. Chain formation. [1895.]

Nature, 53 (1895-96), 5.
Crawford, William C. On phyto-phenological observation.

Edinb., Bot. Soc. Trans., 16, 1886, 108-109.

On the dissociation of a lichen. [1892.] Edinb. Nat.
Soc. Trans., 3, 1898, 33-36.

An observation on mind in molluscs. [1892.] Edinb.



20, 1888, 414-418.
Crawford, John, & Berry, Richard J\ames~\ A[rthur].
Berry & Crawford.



See



Nat. Soc. Trans., 3, 1898, 39-42.

Plants which dissipate energy. (Report from the

Microscopical Section.) Edinb. Nat. Soc. Trans., 3,
1898, 392-396.

Crawford and Balcarres, James Ludovic Lindsay (I-.m-J
of). A summary or index of the measurements in the
" Stellarum duplicium et multiplicium mensurae micro-
metricffi " F. G. W. STROVE, 1837; " Additamentum in
F. G. W. STEUVE Mensuras micrometricas stellarum
duplicium," editas anno 1837. Petrop., 1840. Including
all the stars in the " Synopsis observationum de stellis
duplicibus, in specula Dorpatensj, annis a 1814 ad 1824,



Crawford and Balcarres]



398



[Credner



per instrumenta minora perfectorum," p. 305 ; and in
the "II. Mensurae micrometricfe," p. 315. Ke-arranged
in order of R.A. and the positions brought up to 1875
[by Mr. B. COPELAND]. Dun Echt Obs. Publ., 1, 1876,
vii + 129 pp.; 3, 1885, xi-xii.

Occultations of stars observed at Dun Echt during '
the total lunar eclipse of October 4, 1884. [1884.] Astr.
Soc. Month. Not., 45, 1885, 37-40.

Mauritius Expedition, 1874. Division II. Determina-
tions of longitude and latitude. Dun Echt Obs. Publ.,
3, 1885, xii + 519 pp.

Observations of Comets Brooks, Fabry, and Barnard



made at Dun Echt Observatory with the filar micrometer

of the 15-inch refractor. [1885.] Astr. Soc. Month.

Not., 46, 1886, 59.
Observations of Comets, 1877 I, II, III, VI, 1880 III,

1882 III, and 1884 III, made at the Dun Echt Observa-
tory, with the 15-in. refracting telescope. Astr. Soc.

Month. Not., 46, 1886, 489-494.
Crawford and Balcarres, James Ludovic Lindsay (Earl

of), & Gill, (Sir) David. Mauritius Expedition, 1874.

Division I. Determination of the solar parallax by

observations of the minor planet Juno (3) at opposition ;

together with a description of the heliometer used in the

observations. Dun Echt Obs. Publ., 2, 1877, 212 pp. ;

3, 1885, xii.
Crawley, A. E. Sexual taboo: a study in the relations of

the sexes. [1894-95.] Anthrop. Inst. JL, 24, 1895, 116-

125, 219-235, 430-446.
Crawley, C. W. S. The permanence of resistance coils.

[1897.] Electrician, 40, 1898, 132-133.
Crawley, C. W. S., & Olazebrook, R[ichard] T[etley].

See Olazebrook & Crawley.
Crawley, C. W. S., & Hawes, F. B. O. On observing and

recording the variations of a current. Electrician, 15,

1885, 46-47, 63-65.
Crawley, C. W. S., & Nalder, H. DELANY'S safety device

for linemen. Electrician, 21, 1888, 209-210.
Crawley, C. W. S. (et alii). Platinoid v. copper. [Corre-
spondence.] Electrician, 28, 1892, 129, etc.
Crawley, Edwin S. Criticism of a new theory of solar

heat and gravitation. Sidereal Messenger, 7, 1888, 325-

334.
Crawley, Howard. Absorption in vertebrate intestinal

cells. Science, 10, 1899, 75-80.
A flagellated heliozoan. Amer. Natlist., 34, 1900,

255-258.
Crawley, J. T. Spontaneous combustion of molasses.

Amer. Chem. Soc. Jl., 19, 1897, 538-542.
Crawsnay, de B. The degeneration or death of orchids.

Gard. Chron., 23, 1898, 67.
Crawsnay, Richard. On the antelopes of Nyassa-land.

Zool. Soc. Proc., 1890, 648-663.
Equus Burchelli, variety from Henga country. Zool.

Soc. Proc., 1895, 688-689.
Larvae in antelope horns. [1899.] Nature, 59 (1898-99),

341.
The natural prey of the lion. [1899.] Nature, 59

(1898-99), 557-558.
Larva) from the head of an antelope. Nature, 60

(1899), 150.
Crawshay, Rose Mary. A double moon. Nature, 45,

1892, 224.
Crayen, G[nstav]. Ueber die Einwirkung von Schwefel-

kohlenstoft auf Benzenylamidoxim undp-Homobenzenyl-

amidoxim. Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 24, 1891, 385-393.
Creagh, (Rev.) S. M. Notes on the Loyalty Islands. Aust.

Ass. Rep., 1892, 680-688.
Creaghe-Haward, L. Notes on some East Anglian birds.

[1892.] Leicester Soc. Trans., 2 (1889-92), 538-554.
Creak, (Commander) Ettrick William. *0n the changes
which take place in the deviations of the standard
compass in the iron armour-plated, iron, and composite-



built ships of the Royal Navy, on a considerable change
of magnetic latitude. [1883.] Phil. Trans., 174, 1884,
615-638.

The advantages to the science of terrestrial magnetism
to be obtained from an expedition to the region within
the Antarctic circle. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1886, 98-99.

On local magnetic disturbance in islands situated far
from a continent. Roy. Soc. Proc., 40, 1886, 83-93.

On the mariner's compass in modern vessels of war.
[With discussion.] [1889.] United Serv. Inst. JL, 33,
1889-90, 949-975.

On local magnetic disturbance of the compass in
north-west Australia. Nature, 43, 1891, 471-472.

Some bibliological discoveries in terrestrial magnetism.



Nature, 52 (1895), 129.

The earliest magnetic meridians.
295.

The



Nature, 52 (1895),



general bearings of magnetic observations.

[1896.] Smithsonian Rep., 1895, 107-115.
On the magnetical results of the voyage of H.M.S.

Penguin, 1890-93. [1895.] Phil. Trans. (A), 187, 1897,

345-381.
The value of magnetic observations. [1900.] Nature,

63 (1900-01), 127.
Crede, B. Metallic silver and silver lactate and citrate in

surgery. N. Y. Med. JL, 63, 1896, 566-567.
Silber als Antisepticum in chirurgischer und bakterio-

logischer Beziehung. Wien. Med. Wschr., 46, 1896,

1384-1385.
Argento e suoi sali come antisettici. [1896.] Ann.

di Chim., 25 & 26, [1897], 129-130.
Credner, G[eorg] Rudolf. *Die geographische Verbreitung

der Alpenseen. Deutsch. Geogrtag. Verb.., 1882, 84-92.
Die Reliktenseen. Eine physisch-geographische Mono-
graphic. Petermann, Mitth., 33, 1887 (Ergcinzungsh. 86,

110 pp.); 34, 1888 (Erganzungsh. 89, 51 pp.).
Ueber den " Seebar " der westlichen Ostsee vom 16.,

17. Mai 1888. Mecklenb. Ver. Nat. Arch., 1889, 123-127.
Riigen. Eine Inselstudie. Forsch. Deutsch. Landesk.,

7, 1893, 373-494.
Ueber die Ostsee und ihre Entstehung. Deutsch.

Natf. Verh., 1895 (Th. 1), 131-154.
Credner, G[eorg] Rudolf, & Dathe, [J. H.] E[rnst].

*Section Leisnig. Sachs. Geol. Karte Erlaut., Blatt 45,

1879, 83 pp.
Credner, Hermann. Ueber die Entwickelungsgeschichte

der Branchiosauren. Deutsch. Geol. Ges. Ztschr., 36,

1884, 685-686.
Die erzgebirgisch-vogtlandischen Erdbeben wahrend

der Jahre 1878 bis Anfang 1884. Ztschr. Naturwiss., 57,

1884, 1-29.
Die Stegocephalen aus dem Rothliegenden des Plauen-

'schen Grundes bei Dresden. Deutsch. Geol. Ges. Ztschr.,

37, 1885, 694-736 ; 38, 1886, 576-633 ; 40, 1888, 490-558,

610-611, 623 (W*)-624 (bis); 41, 1889, 319-342; 42,1890,

240-277 ; 45, 1893, 639-704.
Die obere Zechsteinformation im Konigreich Sachsen.

Leipzig Math. Phys. Ber., 37, 1885, 189-200.
Das " marine Oberoligocan " von Markranstadt bei

Leipzig. Deutsch. Geol. Ges. Ztschr., 38, 1886, 493-496.
[Archegosaurus von Offenbach.] Deutsch. Geol. Ges.

Ztschr., 38, 1886, 696-698.

Wandtafeln mit Stegocephalen des Rothliegenden.



Neues Jbuch. Min., 1888 (Bd. 1), 67-69.
Die Lagerungsverhaltnisse in den Kreidefelsen auf

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