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Amer. Meteorol. JL, 9 (1892-93), 476-488.

[On the difficulties in weather forecasting.] [1893.]



Amer. Meteorol. JL, 9 (1892-93), 550-553.

Proposed subjects for correlated study by State weather
services. [1893.] Amer. Meteorol. JL, 10 (1893-94), 68-
74.

The deflective effect of the Earth's rotation. [1893.]
Amer. Meteorol. JL, 10 (1893-94), 195-198.

The theory of cyclones. [1893.] Amer. Meteorol. JL,



10 (1893-94), 319-321.

The winds of the Indian Ocean. [1893.] Amer.
Meteorol. JL, 10 (1893-94), 333-343.

The topographic maps of the United States Geological
Survey. Science, 21, 1893, 225-227.

The Osage river and Ozark uplift. Science, 22, 1893,
276-279.

[Contributions to theoretical meteorology in the United
States during] the Redfield and Espy period. [1893.]
U. S. Weath. Bur. Bull., 11, 1894, 305-316.

Geographical work for State geological surveys. Amer.



Geol. Soc. Bull., 5, 1894, 604-608.
Note on diffusion of water vapor and on atmospheric
absorption of terrestrial radiation. [1894.] Amer.



Meteorol. JL, 11 (1894-95), 147-151.

Festooned, mammiform, and pocky clouds.



Amer. Meteorol. JL, 11 (1894-95), 151-153.



[1894.]



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Physical geography in the University. Jl. Geol.
(Chicago), 2, 1894, 66-100.

Facetted pebbles on Cape Cod, Mass. [1893.] Boston
Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 26, 1895, 166-175.

The development of certain English rivers. Geogr.
JL, 5, 1895, 127-146.

Winds and ocean currents. Science, 2, 1895, 342-
343.

The absorption of terrestrial radiation by the atmo-
sphere. Science, 2, 1895, 485-487.

Notes on geological excursions. Science, 2, 1895,
744.

Theories of ocean currents. Science, 2, 1895, 824.

Bearing of physiography on uniformitarianism.
[1895.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 7, 1896, 8-11.

Plains of marine and subaerial denudation. [1895.]



Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 7, 1896, 377-398.

The outline of Cape Cod. Amer. Ac. Proc., 31, 1896,

303-332.
The quarries in the lava beds at Meriden, Conn.

Amer. Jl. Sci., 1, 1896, 1-13.
A speculation in topographical climatology. [1896.]

Amer. Meteorol. Jl., 12 (1895-96), 372-381.

La Seine, la Meuse et la Moselle. Aim. G6ogr., 5,



1896, 25-48.

The soaring of birds and currents of air. Auk, 13,
1896, 92-93.

The peneplain of the Scotch Highlands. Geol. Mag.,
3, 1896, 525-528.

Large-scale maps as geographical illustrations. Jl.



Geol. (Chicago), 4, 1896, 484-513.

An elementary presentation of the tides. Science, 3,
1896, 569-570.

The coastal plain of Maine. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1897,
719-720.

Is the Denver formation lacustrine or fluviatile ?



Science, 6, 1897, 619-621.
Winds and ocean currents. Scott. Geogr. Mag., 13,

1897, 515-523.
The Triassic formation of Connecticut. [1898.] U. S.

Geol. Surv. Rep., 1896-97 (Pt. 2), 1-192.
The grading of mountain slopes. [1897.] Science,

7, 1898, 81.
Geography as a university subject. [1897.] Scott.

Geogr. Mag., 14, 1898, 24-29.

Note on CBOLL'S glacial theory. [1894.] Edinb. Geol.
Soc. Trans., 7, 1899, 77-80.

The Harvard geographical models. [1897.] Boston

Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 28, 1899, 85-110.

- The peneplain. Amer. Geologist, 23, 1899, 207-239.

Un exemple de plaine cdtiere. La plaine du Maine
(Etats-Unis). Ann. Ge'ogr., 8, 1899, 1-5.

- Vallees a m&indres. Ann. Ge'ogr., 8, 1899, 170-172.
The geographical cycle. Geogr. Jl., 14, 1899, 481-

504.
The circulation of the atmosphere. Meteorol. Soc.

Quart. Jl., 25, 1899, 160-169.
"Helm- Wind "beobachtet in den Cevennen. Meteorol.

Ztschr., 16 (1899), 124-125.

Fault scarp in Lepini Mts., Italy. [1899.] Amer.
Geol. Soc. Bull., 11, 1900, 207-216.

Continental deposits of the Rocky Mountain region.

[With discussion.] [1899.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 11,
1900, 596-604.

The drainage of cuestas. [1899.] Geol. Ass. Proc.,



16, 1900, 75-93.
Physiographic terminology with special reference to
land forms. [1899.] Science, 11, 1900, 99.
- The freshwater Tertiary formations of the Rocky
Mountain region. Amer. Ac. Proc., 35, 1900, 343-373.
Notes on the Colorado canyon district. Amer. Jl.



FERBEL'S convectional theory of tornadoes. Amer.

Meteorol. Jl., 6 (1889-90), 337-349, 418-431, 448-463.
Davis, William Morris, & Griswold, Leon S. Eastern

boundary of the Connecticut Triassic. [1893.] Amer.

Geol. Soc. Bull., 5, 1894, 515-530.
Davis, William Morris, & Loper, S. Ward. Two belts of

fossiliferous black shale in the Triassic formation of

Connecticut. [1890.] Amer. Geol. Soc. Bull., 2, 1891,

415-424.
Davis, William Morris, & Perkins, E. B. See Perkins

& Davis.
Davis, William Morris, & Whittle, Charles Livy. The

intrusive and extrusive Triassic trap sheets of the Con-
necticut valley. [1889.] Harvard Mus. Zool. Bull., 16,

1888-95, 99-138.
Davis, William Morris, & Wood, J. Walter. The geographic

development of northern New Jersey. [1889.] Boston

Soc. Nat. Hist. Proc., 24, 1890, 365-423.
Davis, William Morris, Scnultz, (Sergt.) L. G., & Ward,

Robert De C[ourcy]. An investigation of the sea-breeze.

Harvard Astr. Obs. Ann., 21 (Pt. 2), 1890, 215-263 ;

Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 17, 1891, 122.
Davis, William T. [Sumach as food plant of Citheronia

regalis.] Canad. Ent., 16, 1884, 140.
- The breeding habits of some of our dragonflies.

[1885.] Entomologica Amer., 1, 1885-86, 18.
The periodical Cicada on Staten Island. [1885.]

Entomologica Amer., 1, 1885-86, 91-92.
Union of an oak with a birch. Torrey Bot. Club

Bull., 13, 1886, 221-222.

Fasciation in Ailanthus and Sumach. [1886.] Torrey



Sci., 10, 1900, 251-259.
Davis, William Morris,



Curry, Charles Emerson.



Bot. Club Bull., 14, 1887, 37-38.
Color of the eyes as a sexual characteristic in Cistudo

Carolina. Amer. Natlist., 21, 1887, 88-89.

[Entomological notes.] Amer. Natlist., 21, 1887, 1045.

Notes on the Locustids, with description of a new

species. Canad. Ent., 19, 1887, 56-57.
The song of the singing mouse. Amer. Natlist., 23,

1889, 481-484.
List of the Orthoptera found on Staten Island.

Entomologica Amer., 5, 1889, 78-81.

- The habits of a ground-hornet. Canad. Ent., 23,
1891, 9-10.

Variations in the rootstock of Smilax glauca dependent

upon environment. Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 18, 1891,
118-119.

Interesting oaks recently discovered on Staten Island.
Torrey Bot. Club Bull., 19, 1892, 301-303.

[Woodpeckers and Cecropia cocoons.] [1892.] Amer.
Natlist., 27, 1893, 184-185.

[Zeuzera ^Esculi, Linn.] Amer. Natlist., 27, 1893,

586-587.
[New or rare plants of flora of Staten Island.] Amer.

Natlist., 27, 1893, 589.
Local notes upon the opossum and red fox. Amer.

Natlist., 27, 1893, 1108-1109.

The song of Thyreonotus. Canad. Ent., 25, 1893,
108-109.

Staten Island harvest flies. Amer. Natlist., 28, 1894,
363-364.

The seventeen year locust on Staten Island. Amer.
Natlist., 28, 1894, 452-455.

Staten Island crows and their roosts. Auk, 11, 1894,

228-231.

- Two additions to the local list of dragon-flies. [1894.]
Amer. Natlist., 29, 1895, 602.

Intelligence shown by caterpillars in placing their

cocoons. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jl., 5, 1897, 42-44.
Preliminary list of the dragonflies of Staten Island,

with notes and dates of capture. N. Y. Ent. Soc. Jl., 6,

1898, 195-198.
Davison, Alvin. The arrangement of muscular fibres in

Amphiuma tridactyla. Anat. Anz., 9, 1894, 332-336.



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A contribution to the anatomy and phylogeny of

Ampbiuma means (Gardner). Jl. Morpbol., 11, 1895,
375-410.

The tentacular apparatus of Amphiuma. Amer.

Natlist., 30, 1896, 684-689.

A preliminary contribution to the development of the

vertebral column and its appendages. [1897.] Anat.
Anz., 14, 1898, 6-12.

Davison, Charles. On a possible cause of the disturbance
of magnetic compass-needles during earthquakes. Geol.
Mag., 2, 1885, 210-211.

On the existence of undisturbed spots in earthquake-
shaken areas. [1886.] Birmingham Phil. Soc. Proc., 5
(1885-87), 57-60.

Note on the form of the uneroded surface of rock

underneath a talus. Geol. Mag., 3, 1886, 65-66.

Iridescent clouds. Nature, 33, 1886, 292-293.

On a method of determining a lower limit to the age

of the stratified rocks. Geol. Mag., 4, 1887, 348-351.

Note on the relation between the size of a planet and

the rate of mountain-building on its surface. Phil. Mag.,
24, 1887, 394-397.

On the distribution of strain in the Earth's crust

resulting from secular cooling ; with special reference to
the growth of continents and the formation of mountain
chains. [1887.] Phil. Trans. (A), 178, 1888, 231-242.

Note on the movement of scree-material. Geol. Soc.

Quart. Jl., 44, 1888, 232-238, 825-826.

History of the contraction theory of mountain forma-
tion. Nature, 38, 1888, 30.

Uniformity in scientific bibliography. Geol. Mag.,

6, 1889, 47-48.

On the creeping of the soilcap through the action of

frost. Geol. Mag., 6, 1889, 255-261.

On the origin of the stone-rivers of the Falkland

Islands. Geol. Mag., 6, 1889, 390-393.

Note on the mean rate of subaerial denudation. Geol.

Mag., 6, 1889, 409-411.

Note on M . Ph. PLANTAMOTJR'S observations by means

of levels on the periodic movements of the ground at
Secheron, near Geneva. Phil. Mag., 27, 1889, 189-
199.

On the study of earthquakes in Great Britain. [1890.]

Birmingham Phil. Soc. Proc., 7 (1889-91), 68-84; Nature,

42, 1890, 346-349.
On the British earthquakes of 1889. [1890.] Boy.

Soc. Proc., 48, 1891, 275-277; Geol. Mag., 8, 1891,

57-67, 306-316, 364-372.
Record of observations on the Inverness earthquake

of November 15th, 1890. [1891.] Birmingham Phil.

Soc. Proc., 8 (1891-93), 42-62.
Note on the expansion theory of mountain evolution.

Geol. Mag., 8, 1891, 210-211.

On the British earthquakes of 1890, with the exception

of those felt in the neighbourhood of Inverness. Geol.
Mag., 8, 1891, 450-455.

On the amount of sand brought up by lobworms to

the surface. Geol. Mag., 8, 1891, 489-493.
On the Inverness earthquakes of November 15 to

December 14, 1890. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 47, 1891,

618-632.
On the nature and origin of earthquake-sounds. Geol.

Mag., 9, 1892, 208-218.
On the British earthquakes of 1891 [and 1892]. Geol.

Mag., 9, 1892, 299-305 ; 10, 1893, 291-302.
Earth tremors. [Beports of the Committee appointed

for the investigation of earth tremors in this country.]

Brit. Ass. Rep., 1893, 287-334; 1894, 145-160; 1895,

184-185.
Note on the Quetta earthquake of December 20th,

1892. Geol. Mag., 10, 1893, 356-360.

Note on the growth of Lake Geneva. Geol. Mag., 10,

1893, 454-455.



On the annual and semi-annual seismic periods.

[1893.] Phil. Trans. (A), 184, 1894, 1107-1169.

On deposits from snowdrift, with especial reference to

the origin of the loess and preservation of mammoth-
remains. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 50, 1894, 472-486.

The earthquakes in Greece. Nature, 50 (1894), 7.

Bifilar pendulum for measuring earth-tilts. Nature,

50 (1894), 246-249.

On the velocity of the Constantinople earthquake

pulsations of July 10, 1894. Nature, 50 (1894), 450-
451.



On a remarkable earthquake disturbance observed at

Strassburg, Nicolaiew, and Birmingham, on June 3, 1893.

[1894.] Nature, 51 (1894-95), 208.
On the straining of the Earth resulting from secular

cooling. Roy. Soc. Proc., 55, 1894, 141.
On the Leicester earthquake of August 4, 1893. [1894.]

Roy. Soc. Proc., 56, 1894, 19-20; 57, 1895, 87-95.
Second note on the expansion theory of mountain

evolution. Geol. Mag., 2, 1895, 308-309.
On the effect of the Glacial Period in changing the

underground temperature gradient. Geol. Mag., 2, 1895,

356-360.
The velocity of the Argentine earthquake pulsations

of October 27, 1894. [1895.] Nature, 51 (1894-95),

462.
[The age of the Earth.] [1895.] Nature, 51 (1894-95),

607-608.
The study of earthquakes in the south-east of Europe.

Nature, 52 (1895), 4.
[Curious aerial or subterranean sounds.] [1895.]

Nature, 53 (1895-96), 4.
The diurnal variation of wind velocity at Tokio,

Japan. [1895.] Meteorol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 22, 1896,



38-41.

Instruments used in Italy. Brit. Ass. Rep., 1896,
220-229.

On the Comrie earthquake of July 12, 1895, and on
the hade of the southern border fault of the Highlands.
Geol. Mag., 3, 1896, 75-79.

On the Exmoor earthquake of January 23, 1894, and



on its relation to the northern boundary fault of the

Morte slates. Geol. Mag., 3, 1896, 553-556.
The surface dimensions of an earthquake pulsation.

[1896.] Nature, 53 (1895-96), 548.
The relative lengths of post glacial time in the two

hemispheres. Nature, 54 (1896), 137-138.

The earthquake. [1896.] Nature, 55 (1896-97), 179.

On the straining of the Earth resulting from secular

cooling. Phil. Mag., 41, 1896, 133-138.
On the diurnal periodicity of earthquakes. Roy. Soc.

Proc., 59, 1896, 305-306; Phil. Mag., 42, 1896, 463-476.
On the distribution in space of the accessory shocks

of the great Japanese earthquake of 1891. [1896.] Geol.

Soc. Quart. JL, 53, 1897, 1-15.
On the distribution of earthquakes in Japan during

the years 1885-92. Geogr. JL, 10, 1897, 530-535.
On the effect of the great Japanese earthquake of 1891

on the seismic activity of the adjoining districts. Geol.

4, 1897, 23-27.
On the Pembroke earthquakes of August, 1892, and

November, 1893. Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 53, 1897, 157-

175.



Note on an error in the method of determining the
mean depth of the ocean from the velocity of seismic
sea-waves. Phil. Mag., 43, 1897, 33-36.

Spurious earthquakes. Nature, 60 (1899), 139-141.

Note on the distances to which explosions are felt and
heard. [1899.] Nature, 61 (1899-1900), 91-92.

On the Cornish earthquakes of March 29th to April 2nd,

1898. [1899.] Geol. Soc. Quart. Jl., 56, 1900, 1-7.

On some minor British earthquakes of the years
1893-99. Geol. Mag., 7, 1900, 106-115, 164-177.



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Methods of studying earthquakes. Jl. Geol. (Chicago),
8, 1900, 301-308.

The distance to which the firing of heavy guns is
heard. Nature, 62 (1900), 377-379.

The effects of an earthquake on human beings. [1900.]
Nature, 63 (1900-01), 165-166.

On earthquake-sounds. Phil. Mag., 49, 1900, 31-70.
Scales of seismic intensity. Phil. Mag., 50, 1900,



44-53.

On the sea- waves connected with the Japanese earth-
quake of June 15, 1896. Phil. Mag., 50, 1900, 579-584.

Davison, .George Millard. A talk on elementary meteor-
ology. U. S. Monthly Weath. Rev., 27 (1899), 144-148.

Davison, J. L. WILSON'S petrel in western New York.
Auk, 1, 1884, 294.

The first nest and eggs of Eremophila alpestris found
in Niagara county, N. Y. Auk, 2, 1885, 217-218.

Ardea egretta in Niagara county, N. Y. Auk, 4, 1887,
159.

Birds laying their eggs in the nests of other birds.
Auk, 4, 1887, 262-263.

Breeding of the cerulean warbler (Dendroica caerulea)

in Niagara county, New York. Auk, 5, 1888, 430-431.

Breeding of Habia ludoviciana in Niagara county,

New York. Auk, 6, 1889, 191-192.

Geothlypis Philadelphia breeding in western New York.
Auk, 8, 1891, 396.

Davison, James. On the influences of some conditions on

the metamorphosis of the blow-fly (Musca vomitoria).

Jl. Anat. Physiol., 19, 1885, 150-165.
Davison, John M. Analyses of kamacite, tsenite and

plessite from the Welland meteoric iron. Rochester

(N. Y.) Ac. Sci. Proc., 1, 1891, 178-180.
Wardite : a new hydrous basic phosphate of alumina.

Amer. Jl. Sci., 2, 1896, 154-155.
Platinum and indium in meteoric iron. [1898.] Amer.

Jl. Sci., 7, 1899, 4.
Quartz nodule with radiate structure. [1898.]

Rochester (N. Y.) Ac. Sci. Proc., 3, 1906, 268-269.
Analysis of the Kesen meteorite. [1900.] Rochester



(N. Y.) Ac. Sci. Proc., 3, 1906, 200-201.
Davison, Robert. For biographical notice and works see

lust. Civ. Engin. Proc., 84, 1886, 442-444.
Davison, William K[uxtori\. For biography and list of

works see Ibis, 5, 1893, 478-480 ; Ornith. Mber., 1, 1893,

183 ; Humming Bird, 5, 1895, 16.

Birds breeding in ants' nests. Nature, 31, 1885, 438.
[Trochalopterum cinnamomeum ; Merula erythrotis,

nn. spp.] Ibis, 4, 1886, 203-205.
[Notes on birds from Travancore and the Anamullai

Hills.] Ibis, 6, 1888, 146-148.
Descriptions of some new species of birds from the

eastern coast of the Malayan Peninsula. Ibis, 4, 1892,

99-103.
Davoll, David L. Fallacies of post-mortem tests for

morphine. Amer. Chem. Soc. JL, 16, 1894, 799-808.
Davy, Edme Hippolyte Marie-. See Marie-Davy.
Davy, Edmund W[illiam\. On the nitroprussides of the

more important bases of opium. [1885.] Irish Ac.

Trans., 28, 1880-86, 471-488.
Davy, Edward. For biographical notice and works see

Victoria Roy. Soc. Trans., 21, 1885, 150-152.
On the extinction of waves at the entrance of harbours.

[1884.] Victoria Roy. Soc. Trans., 21, 1885, 146-147.
Davy, Ferdinand BXari6-. See Marie-Davy.
Davy, Joseph Burtt. Viburnum lantana in Lincolnshire.

Jl. Bot., 30, 1892, 281.

- Teratological notes. Erythea, 1, 1893, 192-193.
Some citations needing correction. Erythea, 2, 1894,

48-51.

A new species of Diplacus. Erythea, 2, 1894, 101-102.

Contribution to the history of Achyrodes aureum.

Erythea, 2, 1894, 113-119, 203.



Dr. KDNTZE'S variety of Achyrodes aureum. Jl. Bot.,

32, 1894, 185-186.

Plants hitherto undescribed. Erythea, 3, 1895, 116-

118.

Local uses of plants. Erythea, 4, 1896, 89-90.

Additions to the "Manual of the Bay Region botany."

Erythea, 4, 1896, 90.
Note on Calypso borealis, Salisb. Erythea, 4, 1896,

104-106.

Solanum elaeagnifolium, Cav., in California. Erythea,



4, 1896, 125.

New locality-records for the Bay region.

1896, 145, 152.

Epilobium spicatum in the Bay region.



1896, 151.
Note on Rubus leucodermis.



Erythea, 4,
Erythea, 4,



Erythea, 4, 1896, 151-
into California. Erythea, 4,



152.

Recent introductions
1896, 175-176.

Vegetable soaps. Erythea, 5, 1897, 40.

The southern range of LAWSON'S cypress. Erythea, 5,



1897, 99.

Notes on the flora of Honey Lake valley.



Erythea, 6,
1898, 1-11, [124].

Plants from Monterey county. Erythea, 6, 1898, 12.
Introduced plants in Calaveras Co., Calif. Erythea,

6, 1898, 17-18.
- Notes on Ruppia. Erythea, 6, 1898, 18-19.

Bermuda grass in Arizona. Erythea, 6, 1898, 24-25.

Early blossoming of plants. Erythea, 6, 1898, 25.

Lily bulbs and flowers as food. Erythea, 6, 1898, 26.

Cyperus strigosus, Linn. Erythea, 6, 1898, 37.

Naias flexilis in San Francisco. Erythea, 6, 1898, 37.

Trichostema lanatum in Monterey county. Erythea,
6, 1898, 37.

Popular plant names. Erythea, 6, 1898, 37-38.
Scirpus maritimus compactus, Koch. Erythea, 6,

1898, 92-93.

Parasitism of Orthocarpus pusillus, Benth. Erythea,
6, 1898, 93.

Stapfia, a new genus of Melicese, and other noteworthy
grasses. Erythea, 6, 1898, 109-113.

Concerning Stapfia, Davy. Erythea, 7, 1899, 43.
Davy, L[ouis] P[aul]. Le Terrain Devonien Superieur a

Chaudefonds (Maine-et-Loire). [1885.] Angers Soc. Sci.

Bull., 1884, 135-136.
A propos d'un nouveau gisement du Terrain Devonien

Superieur a Chaudefonds (Maine-et-Loire). [1884.] Paris,

Soc. Ge'ol. Bull., 13, 1885, 2-8.
Note sur un Ophiure (Protaster daoulasensis) du

Devonien Inferieur de la rade de Brest. [1885.] Paris,

Soc. Geol. Bull., 14, 1886, 182-187.

Sur les mines du Huelgoat et de Poullaouen. Paris,



Soc. G^ol. Bull., 14, 1886, 900-909.
Age des sables rouges de la foret du Gavre (Loire-

Infe>ieure). Angers Soc. Sci. Bull., 1889, 183-192.
Etude du metamorphisme aux environs de Nozay

(Loire-Inf^rieure). Angers Soc. Sci. Bull., 1889, 193-

212.

Decouverte de fossiles du Miocene Superieur dans les
sables rouges de la foret du Gavre (Loire-Infe"rieure).
Paris, Soc. Ge'ol. Bull., 18, 1890, 632-640.

Contribution a 1'^tude ge'ologique des environs de
Chalonnes-sur-Loire (Maine-et-Loire). Terrain Silurien
Superieur. Nantes, Soc. Sci. Nat. Bull., 5, 1895 (Ft. 1),
199-204.

Contribution a 1'etude ge'ologique des environs de

Chalonnes-sur-Loire (Maine-et-Loire). Terrain Tertiaire
(Miocene Supe'rieur). Nantes, Soc. Sci. Nat. Bull., 6,
1896 (Pt. 1), 5-7.

Note sur Pexistence probable d'un gisement Tertiaire

a Choisel pres Chateaubriant (Loire-Infre.). Nantes, Soc.
Sci. Nat. Bull., 6, 1896 (Pt. 1), 9-11.



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Note sur 1'ilot Tertiaire de Chassenon pres Blain

(Loire-Inf epicure) . Nantes, Soc. Sci. Nat. Bull., 6, 1896
(Pt. 1), 13-16.

Une ancienne mine d'etain entre Abbaretz et Nozay
(Loire-Infe'rieure). Nantes, Soc. Sci. Nat. Bull., 7, 1897
(Pt. 1), 281-296.

Sur 1'anciennete' probable de 1'exploitation de l'e"tain,

en Bretagne. Paris, Ac. Sci. C. E., 125, 1897, 337-389.

Davydov, Dmitrij [Lvovic]. MeTHCTHIJHHi;. [On
methysticin.] Buss. Phys.-Chem. Soc. JL, 19 (Chem.),
1887, 522-523; Chem. Soc. Jl., 54, 1888 (Abs.), 1207.

Pharmakognostische und chemische Untersuchung der

Schin-Seng-Wurzel. Pharm. Ztschr. Kussland, 29, 1890,
97-102, 113-118, 130-135.

H-EKOTOpHXTb xHMHiecKnx r & BemecxBaxi,
nOJiyieHHHX'b HSt Ephedra vulgaris, L. [On some
chemical substances obtained from Ephedra vulgaris, L.~]
Congr. Int. Med. C. K., 1897 (Vol. 2, Sect. 4c), 47-48.

Davydov, K[onst.] N [ikolaevic]. 3aMi>TKa ITBKOTO-
PHXT> BHjjaxi, CKOpnionoBTi IlajiecTHHCKOH (|)ayHH.
[Note sur quelques scorpions de Palestine.] St. P^tersb.
Mus. Zool. Ac. Sci. Annu., 3, 1898, 39-51.

MaTepiaji BT> nosHamio 4>ayHH npecMHKa-
lomnxca loroBocToiHofi IlajiecTMHH. [Mat^riaux
pour une faune herpe'tologique de la Palestine sud-est.]
St. Pe"tersb. Mus. Zool. Ac. Sci. Annu., 3, 1898, 136-154.

Davydov, Olga [Aleksandrovna~]. CJiyiaft o6pa30Bama
HTapHO-9THJOBaro 3<J)Hpa. [Bin Fall der Bildung
von Bernsteinsaureathylester.] Buss. Phys.-Chem. Soc.
JL, 18 (Chem.), 1886, 172-174; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber.,
19, 1886, 406-408.

[0 fliftcTBiii OKHCII cepe6pa na Meiam, H

9THJieH1>. Ueber die Einwirkung von Silberoxyd auf

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(Chem.), 1888, 362-363; Berlin, Chem. Ges. Ber., 21,

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Bep., 1887, 722-723.

The beginning of the geography of Britain.



Geogr.

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