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Ccenogametes. [1900.] Science, 13, 1901, 373-374.

Davis, Bradley Moore, & Jordan, David Starr. See

Jordan & Davis.
Davis, C. H. Electric car disturbances at the Magnetic

Observatory of the United States Naval Observatory.

Terrestrial Magn., 2, 1897, 125-127.
Davis, Charles A. The pinnatifid leaves of Nasturtium

Armoracia. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 17, 1890, 318-319.
The propagation of Ranunculus lacustris, Beck &

Tracy. Bot. Gaz., 16, 1891, 115-118.
Notes on Nasturtium Armoracia. Torrey Bot. Club

Bull., 20, 1893, 290-293.

A monstrous flower of Cypripedium arietinum. Torrey



Bot. Club Bull., 20, 1893, 339-340.
Trillium grandiflorum (Michx.), Salisb. ; its variations,



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normal and teratological. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1897, 271-

272.
A contribution to the knowledge of the flora of

Tuscola county, Michigan. Bot. Gaz. , 25, 1898, 453-

458.
A contribution to the natural history of marl. Jl.

Geol. (Chicago), 8, 1900, 485-497.
A remarkable marl lake. Jl. Geol. (Chicago), 8, 1900,

498-503.
Botanical notes. Michigan Geol. Surv. Rep., 7 (Pt. 2),

1900, 234-245.
Davis, D. J., Kahlenberg, Louis [Albert Berthold], &

Fowler, /,'. /.'. Sec Kahlenberg, Davis & Fowler.
Davis, E. B. Some results from the use of iodoform.

Brit. Jl. Dental Sci., 32, 1889, 514-519.
Davis, E. W. Japanese trees in Rhode Island. Garden &

Forest, 6, 1893, 468-469.
Davis, Edwin C. Nesting of BELL'S Vireo. Ornith. Ool.,

12, 1887, 13.
Nesting of the barred owl in Texas. Ornith. Ool., 12,

1887, 75-76.
Davis, (Mrs.) Elizabeth Brown. Elements of Comet 1888 I.

Sidereal Messenger, 7, 1888, 352.

Elements of the Comet e 1891 (Barnard). Astr. Jl.,

11, 1892, 119.
Davis, Ellery W. Some remarks on unicursal curves.

Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ., [3], 1884, 123.
Classification of polyhedrons. [1887.] Johns Hopkins

Univ. Circ., [6] (1886-87), 122.
Geometrical illustrations of some theorems in number.

Amer. Jl. Math., 15, 1893, 84-89.
A geometric picture of the fifteen school girl problem.

[1897.] Ann. Math., 11 (1896-97), 156-157.
On the continuity of chance. [1897.] Nebraska

Univ. Stud., 2, 1894-1902, 131-146.
Note on special regular reticulations. N. Y., Amer.

Math. Soc. Bull., 4, 1898, 529-530.
Davis, F. K., & Parker, G. H. See Parker & Davis.
Davis, Floyd. Micro-organisms. Amer. Micr. JL, 12,

1891, 175-180.
Davis, Frederick. Note upon Lycopersicon esculentum.

Brit. Pharm. Confer. Trans., 1892, 515-516.

Papain. [With discussion.] Brit. Pharm. Confer.
Trans., 1893, 397-401.

Davis, G. C. Notes on a few borers. [1891.] U. S. Div.

Ent. Insect Life, 4, 1892, 64-67.
A new ichneumonid. Philad., Ent. News, 4, 1893,

31-32.
A new Ophion. Philad., Ent. News, 4, 1893, 135-

136.
Influence of parasites on other insects. Science, 21,

1893, 343-344.

A study of the genus Meniscus. Canad. Ent., 26,

1894, 321-324.

Mealy bugs and their allies. [1894.] U. S. Div. Ent.

Insect Life, 7, 1895, 168-175.
Special economic insects of the season. [1894.] U. S.

Div. Ent. Insect Life, 7, 1895, 198-201.
A monograph of the tribe Bassini. Amer. Ent. Soc.

Trans., 22, 1895, 17-30.

Descriptions of a few new Pimplina?. Amer. Ent.
Soc. Trans., 22, 1895, 30-32.

A few points in collecting Ichneumonidaa. Canad.

Ent., 27, 1895, 160-161.
Review of a few more Provancher types of Ichneu-

monidffl. Canad. Ent., 27, 1895, 287-290.
Two new species of Clistopyga. Philad., Ent. News,

6, 1895, 198-199.
A review of the ichneumonid subfamily Tryphoninaa.

Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans., 24, 1897, 193-348.
Descriptions of new species of Trigonalidae.Stephanidffi

and Ichneumonidffl. Amer. Ent. Soc. Trans., 24, 1897,

349-372.

B. 8. XIV.



Franklin Inst. Jl., 148, 1899, 134-144,
*The ginger-beer plant. [1883.] Man-



Davis, G[wilym] G. Tardy hereditary syphilis of the

bones. [1891.] N. Y. Med. Jl., 55, 1892, 85-89.
Davis, George C. Malleable cast-iron, its history in the

United States.

181-195.
Davis, George E.

Chester Micr. Soc. Rep"., 1883-84, "39-44.
Penetration in objectives. Manchester Micr. Soc.

Rep., 1883-84, 16-19.

[Presidential address, Oct. 2nd, 1884. The micro-
scope in theory and practice.] Manchester Micr. Soc.
Rep., 1883-84, 60-72.

On the valuation of crude naphthas of commerce.

Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 4, 1885, 645-649.

Testing the illuminating power of coal-gas. Soc.
Chem. Ind. Jl., 11, 1892, 412-414.

Some further notes on nitrogen in coal-gas. Soc.

Chem. Ind. Jl., 11, 1892, 496-497.
Some experiences in the manufacture of crude carbolic

acid. Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 12, 1893, 233-235.

Photography by the "Rontgen" rays. Soc. Chem.
Ind. Jl., 15, 1896, 82.

The winning of glycerin from spent soap-leys. Soc.

Chem. Ind. JL, 19, 1900, 112-118.
Davis, Henry. Final notes on the so-called desiccation of

rotifers. [1885.] Quekett Micr. Club Jl., 2, [1886], 231-

233.
Davis, Henry. On anaesthetics. Brit. Jl. Dental Sci., 33,

1890, 1064-1070.
Davis, Herman S[tearns]. o Mean epochs of observations of

the DLX stars of the Abo catalogue of ARGELANDER.

[1894.] Astr. JL, 14, 1895, 122-125.
Mean declinations and proper motions of fifty-six

stars (Astr. Ges. Catal. system. Astr. Nachr. 3195-96).

Astr. JL, 15, 1895, 61-62.

ODDEMANS' " Declinationes 101 Stellarura," with re-
duction to the AG.C-system. Astr. Nachr., 138, 1895,

377-384.
- The parallax of 77 Cassiopeiee, deduced from Ruther-

furd photographic measures. [1895.] N. Y. Ac. Ann.,

8, 1893-95, 301-321.

The Rutherfurd photographic measures of sixty- two
stars about i) Cassiopeias. [1895.] N. Y. Ac. Ann., 8,
1893-95, 381-416.

The variation of latitude at New York City. Part 1.
Declinations and proper motions of fifty-six stars. N. Y.
Ac. Mem., 1 (Pt. 1), 1895, 107 pp.

The methods employed in deducing definitive decli-
nations and proper motions of fifty-six stars, used in
the investigation of the variation of latitude at Columbia
College. N. Y. Ac. Trans., 14, 1895, 68-70.

David RITTENHOUSE, LL.D., F.R.S. [1896.] Popular

Astr., 4, 1897, 1-12.

Some calculating machines. [1896.] Popular Astr.,

4, 1897, 20-25.

The parallax of the 61 1 Cygni, deduced from the
Rutherfurd photographic measures. [1897.] Astr. JL,
17, 1897, 140-141; N. Y. Ac. Ann., 10, 1898, 123-
160.

The Rutherfurd photographic measures of sixty-five
stars near 61 Cygni. [1897.] N. Y. Ac. Ann., 10, 1898,
58-122.

The Rutherfurd photographic measures of thirty-four

stars near "Bradley 3077." [1897.] N. Y. Ac. Ann.,
10, 1898, 161-187.

Notes relating to mathematical symbols. [1897.]
Popular Astr., 5, 1898, 402-406.

Remarks regarding the parallaxes of 61 1 and 61 s Cygni
and the probable physical connection of these two stars.
Astrophys. JL, 8, 1898, 246-247; Popular Astr., 6, 1898,
487-493.

Women astronomers. Popular Astr,, 6, 1898, 129-138,
211-220, 220-228.

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Outline of the history of astronomy. Popular Astr.,

6, 1898, 455-459.

Celluloid films. Science, 8, 1898, 163.

[Entdeckung eines neuen Cometen 1899 a (Swift).]

Astr. Nachr., 148, 1899, 387-388.
Lunar rainbow at Strait of Gibraltar. Popular Astr.,

7, 1899, 500-501.

Davis, Herman S[tearns], Bees, John K., & Jacoby,

Harold. See Bees, Jacoby & Davis.
Davis, I. Thomas. Separation of aluminium and zirconium.

Amer. Chem. Jl., 11 (1889), 26-29.
Davis, J. B. Huron river. [1884.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl.,

1 (1884-86), 15-16.
History of solar surveying instruments. [1900.]

Amer. Inst. Min. Engin. Trans., 30, 1901, 803-837.
Davis, J[osephine] Griffith-. See Griffith-Davis.
Davis, J. J. A supplementary list of Fungi of Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Ac. Trans., 9, 1893, 153-188; 11, 1898, 165-

178, [vi].
Two Wisconsin Fungi. Uromyces minimus, n. sp. ;

Doassansia ranunculina, n. up. Bot. Gaz., 19, 1894, 415-

416.

A new smut. Bot. Gaz., 22, 1896, 413-414.

A graminicolous Doassansia. Bot. Gaz., 26, 1898,



353-354.
Davis, J[ames] B[ichard] Ainsworth-. See Ainsworth-

Davis.
Davis, J. Woodbridge. How translatory movement may

be derived from vibratory movement. School of Mines

Quarterly, N. Y., 16, 1895, 313-326.

Behavior of the atmospheres of gas- and vapor-
generating globes in celestial space. Amer. Ass. Proc.,

1898, 68-70.
Some properties of a gaseous sun. School of Mines

Quarterly, N. Y., 20, 1899, 394-396.
Davis, (Rev.) James. Note on a peculiar form of auroral

cloud seen in Northamptonshire, March 1st, 1885.

Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 11, 1885, 315.
Davis, James. Fabrication de 1'acier sur sole basique.

[2V.] [1890.] Rev. Univ. Mines, 14, 1891, 302-305.
Davis, James W \iUiam~], For biography and list of works

see Geol. Mag., 10, 1893, 427-432; Leeds Geol. Ass.

Trans., 8, 1892-93, 79-82; Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 50,

1894 (Proc.), 44-47; Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 12, 1895,

319-334.
*0n some remains of fossil fishes from the Yoredale

series at Leyburn in Wensleydale. [1883.] Geol. Soc.

Quart. Jl., 40, 1884, 614-635.
Description of a new species of Ptycholepis from the

Lias of Lyme Regis. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 13, 1884,

335-337.
Description of a new genus of fossil fishes from the

Lias. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 13, 1884, 448-453.
On a new species of Ccelacanthus (C. tingleyensis)

from the Yorkshire Cannel Coal. [1884.] Linn. Soc.

Trans. (ZoolJ, 2, 1879-88, 427-433.
On a new species of Heterolepidotus from the Lias.

[1884.] Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 8 (1882-84), 403-407.
On Heterolepidotus grandis, a fossil fish from the

Lias. [1884.] Linn. Soc. Jl. (Zool.), 18, 1888, 293-

298.
The fossil fishes of the Chalk of Mount Lebanon, in

Syria. [1885.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Trans., 3, 1883-87,

457-636.
On the contortions in the Chalk at Flamborough

Head. [1885.] Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 9 (1885-87),

43-49.
Note on Chlamydoselachus anguineus, Gorman. [1885.]

Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 9 (1885-87), 98-113.
On the exploration of the Kaygill fissure in Lothers-

dale, Yorkshire. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1886, 469-470; Yorks.

Geol. Soc. Proc., 9 (1885-87), 280-281.
Notes on a collection of fossil fish-remains from the



mountain limestone of Derbyshire. Geol. Mag., 3, 1886,
148-157.

On the relative age of the remains of man in York-
shire. [1886.] Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 9 (1885-87),
201-214.

On some remains of fossil trees in the Lower Coal
Measures at Clayton, near Halifax. [1886.] Yorks.
Geol. Soc. Proc., 9 (1885-87), 253-256.

Reportfs] of the Committee... appointed for the purpose
of ascertaining and recording the localities in the British
Islands in which evidences of the existence of prehistoric
inhabitants of the country are found. Brit. Ass. Rep.,
1887, 168-172; 1888, 289-316; 1889, 318-322; 1890, 548-
549.

On the discovery and excavation of an ancient sea-
beach, near Bridlington Quay, containing mammalian
remains. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1887, 694-696.

Ou fossil-fish remains from the Tertiary and Cretaceo-

Tertiary formations of New Zealand. [1887.] Dublin
Soc. Sci. Trans., 4, 1888-92, 1-62.

On Chondrosteus acipenseroides, Agassiz. Geol. Soc.



Quart. JL, 43, 1887, 605-616.
Note on a fossil species of Chlamydoselachus. [1887.]

Yorks. Gfiol. Soc. Proc., 9 (1885-87), 392-393; Zool. Soc.

Proc., 1887, 542-544.
On the ancient flint-users of Yorkshire. [1887.]

Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 9 (1885-87), 411-425.
Note on a species of Scymnus from the Upper

Tertiary formation of New Zealand. Geol. Mag., 5,

1888, 315-316.

History of the Yorkshire Geological and Polytechnic
Society, 1837-87, with biographical notices of some
of its members. Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 10, 1889,
479 pp.

On the dentition of Pleuroplax (Pleurodus), A. S.

Woodw. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 5, 1890, 291-294.

On fossil fish of the West Riding coal-field. Brit.
Ass. Rep., 1890, 822-823.

On the fossil fish of the Cretaceous formations of

Scandinavia. [1890.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Trans., 4, 1888-92,

363-434.
On Ccelacanthus Phillipsii, Agassiz. Geol. Mag., 7,

1890, 159-161.
On a new species of Coccodus (C. Lindstrcemi, Davis).

Geol. Soc. Quart. JL, 46, 1890, 565-568.
Fossil fishes of the Chalk. [1890.] Leeds Geol.

Ass. Trans., 6, 1890-91, 9-12.
The lake dwellings in east Yorkshire. [1888.] Yorks.

Geol. Soc. Proc., 11,1891, 101-113.
Fossil fish-remains from Carboniferous shales at

Cultra, Co. Down, Ireland. [1889.] Yorks. Geol. Soc.

Proc., 11, 1891, 332-334.
On the discovery of a new species of fossil . fish

(Strepsodus Brockbanki) in the Upper Coal Measures

limestone of Levenshulme, No. 6 group, from the

railway cutting at Levenshulme, near Manchester. Man-
chester Lit. Phil. Soc. Mem. & Proc., 4, 1891, 427-429.
On the fossil remains of the Coal-Measures of the

British Islands. Part i. Pleuracanthidae. [Part n.

Acanthodidse.] [1892-94.] Dublin Soc. Sci. Trans., 4,

1888-92, 703-748; 5, 1893-96, 249-258.
On some sections in the Liassic and Oolitic rocks of

Yorkshire. [1892.] [Posth.] Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc.,

12, 1895, 170-214.
Davis, K. C. A synonymic conspectus of the native and

garden aquilegias of North America. [1899.] Minn.

Bot. Stud., 2, 1898-1902, 331-343.
A synonymic conspectus of the native and garden

aconitums of North America. [1899.] Minn. Bot. Stud.,

2, 1898-1902, 345-352.
Native and garden delphiniums of North America.

[1900.] Minn. Bot. Stud., 2, 1898-1902, 431-457.
Native and cultivated Ranunculi of North America



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and segregated genera. [1900.] Minn. Bot. Stud., 2,

1898-1902, 459-507.
A synonymic conspectus of the native and garden

thalictrums of North America. [1900.] Minn. Bot.

Stud., 2, 1898-1902, 509-523.
Davis, L. Sherman. Die Lupanine der weissen Lupine.

Arch. Pharm., 235, 1897, 199-217.
Das Lupanin der blauen Lupine. Arch. Pharm., 235,

1897, 218-228.
Beitrage zur Kenntnis des Rechts-Lupanins. Arch.

Pharm., 235, 1897, 229-240.
Davis, Lucius D. The trees and plants of Conanicut

Island. [1888.] Newport Nat. Hist. Soc. Proc., 8,

1892, 32-42.
Davis, Minot. Lapland longspur (Calcarius lapponicus) in

Massachusetts in winter. Auk, 16, 1899, 80.
Davis, N. S. Cellular digestion ; its utility in patho-
logical processes. [With discussion.'] Int. Med. Congr.

Trans., 1887 (Vol. 3), 389-395, (Vol. 5), 762.
Davis, N. S., & Rice, F. L. *List of Batrachia and

Beptilia of Illinois. [1883.] Chicago Ac. Sci. Bull., 1,

[1883-86], 23-32.
Davis, Nelson G. Variations of Bacillus rosaceus metal-

loides (Dowdeswell). [1900.] Science, 13, 1901, 324.
Davis, R[ichard] Hayton. The mineral wealth of Harro-

gate. [1884.] Yorks. Geol. Soc. Proc., 8 (1882-84),

357-366.
Davis, Robert Frederick. The Brocard points and the

Brocard angle. [1894.] Edinb. Math. Soc. Proc., 13,

1895, 28.
On the real common chords of a point circle and

ellipse. Edinb. Math. Soc. Proc., 13, 1895, 105-111.
1- On a diophantine equation. Edinb. Math. Soc. Proc.,

13, 1895, 179-180.
Porismatic equations. [1899.] Math. Gaz., 1, 1900,

252-257, 273-275.
Note on the trilinear coordinates of the focoids.

Math. Gaz., 1, 1900, 336-337.
Davis, Thomas Henry Newport. Great rainfall. Symons,

Meteorol. Mag., 21, 1886, 70-71.
Absolute droughts at Orleton, 1885-89. [1889.]

Symons, Meteorol. Mag., 24, 1890, 105.
A warm dry season. [1890.] Symons, Meteorol.



Mag., 25, 1891, 152-153.
Davis, W. Aquarium tank and pond. Cardiff Nat. Soc.

Trans., 22, 1891, 55-56.
Davis, W. E., & Higley, George 0\swin\. See Higley &

Davis.
Davis, W. G. A South American tornado. [1893.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 10 (1893-94), 347-351.
Davis, II'. Walley, & Henderson, G. R. See Henderson

& Davis.
Davis, Walter S., & Abel, John J[acob~\. See Abel &

Davis.
Davis, Walter W. Cross-education. Science, 10, 1899,

20-21.
Davis, William. *Dr. FARE'S healthy life table. [1861.]

Assur. Mag., 10, 1863, 59-60.
Davis, William. Kumysgen. N. Y. Med. Jl., 56, 1892,

382-383.
Davis, William A[lfred]. Derivatives of nitro-/3-naphthols.

[1896.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 12, 1897, 231-233.

Morphotropic relations of /3-naphthol derivatives.

[1896.] Chem. Soc. Proc., 12, 1897, 233-234.
The .strength of commercial formaldehyde solutions.

Soc. Chem. Ind. Jl., 16, 1897, 502-503.
Etherincation of derivatives of (3-naphthol. Chem.

Soc. Jl., 77, 1900 (Pt. 1), 33-45.
Davis, William A[lfred], & Armstrong, Henry E[dward~\.

See Armstrong & Davis.

Davis, William Morris. *An early statement of the de-
flective effect of the Earth's rotation. Science, 1, 1883,

98-99.



*The origin of cross-valleys. Science, 1, 1883, 325-

327, 356-357.

*Whirlwinds, cyclones, and tornadoes. Science, 2,

1883, 589-591, 610-612, 639-640, 701-705, 729-731,
758-761; 3, 1884, 40-44, 63-66, 93-98.

*0n the conversion of chlorine into hydrochloric acid,

as observed in the deposition of gold from its solutions
by charcoal. [1883.] Amer. Phil. Soc. Proc., 21, 1884,
102-109.

Geographic classification, illustrated by a study of

plains, plateaus and their derivatives. Amer. Ass. Proc.,

1884, 428-432.

Gorges and waterfalls. Amer. Jl. Sci., 28, 1884,

123-132.
The distribution and origin of drumlins. Amer. Jl.

Sci., 28, 1884, 407-416.
The winds and currents of the equatorial Atlantic.

[1884.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 48-56.
The relation of tornadoes to cyclones. [1884.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 121-127.
[On the definition of a tornado.] [1884.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 1 (1884-85), 159-160.
Local and topical weather cards. [1884.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 245-247.

Rainfall maps. [1884.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1

(1884-85), 302-303.

Ueber Samum und Boen. Meteorol. Ztschr., 1 (1884),

243-245.

[Tropical cyclones.] Science, 3, 1884, 143.

How do the winds blow within the storm-disk ?

Science, 3, 1884, 402-403.

Paleozoic high tides. Science, 3, 1884, 473-474.
The older wind-charts of the North Atlantic. Science,

3, 1884, 593-597.

Meteorological charts of the North Atlantic. Science,

3, 1884, 654-657.

Light in the deep sea. Science, 4, 1884, 94.

Drumlins. Science, 4, 1884, 418-420.

Reduction of barometer readings to latitude 45.

[1885.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 510-511.
The deflective effect of the Earth's rotation. [1885.]

Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 1 (1884-85), 516-524.
Terminology of atmospheric vapour. [1885.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 6-7.

The cold island in Michigan. [1885.] Amer. Meteorol.
JL, 2 (1885-86), 14-18.

Temperature diagrams. [1885.] Amer. Meteorol. JL,

2 (1885-86), 169-175, 194.
The reddish-brown ring around the Sun. Science, 5,

1885, 455-456.

On the methods of study of thunder-storms. Amer.
Ac. Proc., 21, 1886, 336-347.

Mechanical origin of the Triassic monoclinal in the

Connecticut valley. Amer. Ass. Proc., 1886, 224-227.

The structure of the Triassic formation of the
Connecticut valley. Amer. Jl. Sci., 32, 1886, 342-352.

Foreign studies of thunder-storms. [1886.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 2 (1885-86), 489-499; 3 (1886-87), 40-48,

65-66, 69-79.
The temperature of Mediterranean seas. [1886.]

Amer. Meteorol. JL, 3 (1886-87), 49.
Weather prediction in New Zealand. [1886.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 3 (1886-87), 103-105.
Derivation of the term " trade-wind." [1886.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 3 (1886-87), 111-112.

Cyclones, anticyclones and pericyclones. [1886.]

Amer. Meteorol. JL, 3 (1886-87), 117-118.

Winter on Mount Washington. Science, 7, 1886,

40-42.

' Chinook winds.' Science, 7, 1886, 55-56.

The festoon cloud. Science, 7, 1886, 57-58.

- The recent cold wave. Science, 7, 1886, 70-71.

Sea-level and ocean-currents. Science, 7, 1886, 146.

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BISHOP'S ring during solar eclipses. Science, 7, 1886,

239-240.
A thunder-squall in New England. Science, 7, 1886,

436-437.
The structure of the Triassic formation of the

Connecticut valley. [1888.] U. S. Geol. Surv. Rep.,

1885-86, 455-490.
Instruction in geological investigation. [1886.] Amer.

Natlist., 21, 1887, 810-825.
Thunder-storms in New England in the summer of

1885. Amer. Ac. Proc., 22, 1887, 14-58.

Snow as a cause of cold weather. [1887.] Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 3 (1886-87), 389-390.

Water-vapor and radiation. [1887.] Amer. Meteorol.

Jl., 3 (1886-87), 443-445.
The height of cumulus clouds. [1887.] Amer.

Meteorol. JL, 3 (1886-87), 492-494.
The Fcehn in the Andes. [1887.] Amer. Meteorol.

Jl., 3 (1886-87), 507-516.
The Fcehn. [1887.] Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 4 (1887-88),

182-191, 224-227.
Advances in meteorology. Science, 9, 1887, 539-

541.
The classification of lakes. Science, 10, 1887, 142-

143.

The Chinook winds of the North-West. [1886.]

Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 23, 1888, 249-250.

[On the mechanical origin of the Triassic monoclinal

in the Connecticut valley.] [1886.] Boston Soc. Nat.
Hist. Proc., 23, 1888, 339-341.

Local weather predictions. [1888.] Amer. Meteorol.

Jl., 4 (1887-88), 409-412.

[On the use of meteorological maps in schools.]

[1888.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 4 (1887-88), 489-492.

A classification of the winds. [1888.] Amer. Meteorol.

JL, 4 (1887-88), 512-519.
Synclinal mountains and anticlinal valleys. Science,

12, 1888, 320.
Some American contributions to meteorology. [1888.]

Franklin Inst. JL, 127, 1889, 104-115, 176-191.
The glacial origin of cliffs. Amer. Geologist, 3, 1889,

14-18.
Topographic development of the Triassic formation

of the Connecticut valley. Amer. Jl. Sci., 37, 1889,

423-434.
Report on the investigation of the sea-breeze. [1889.]

Amer. Meteorol. JL, 6 (1889-90), 4-6.

[The chamsin.] [1889.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 6

(1889-90), 183.

Methods and models in geographic teaching. Amer.

Natlist., 23, 1889, 566-583; Johns Hopkins Univ. Circ.,

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