Geological Cross Sections
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Annotated geological cross-section in water colour and ink, Catlaw to Covehaven Bay (Angus) c1822-1824.
Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 28-32
Scope and Contents Diagrams relating to a paper read by Sir Charles Lyell to the Geology Society including a section of the coast and sections of volcanic features, 1854.
Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 197
Scope and Contents Geological cross section of Grand Canary from Maspalomas in the North to Banaderos Bay in the south showing rock types. The length of the land depicted in the cross section is 26 geographical miles and the greatest height is 6400 feet, 1855.
Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 52
Scope and Contents Watercolour geological cross section of the Island of Madeira from Funchal to [Paco] Girao showing the Caldera and other geological features, 1850s.
Scope and Contents 3 annotated sketch geological cross sections. In water-colour and ink with pencil annotation [Forfarshire]c1822-1824.
Scope and Contents Indexed notebooks containing geological notes, sketches and cross sections relating to Forfarshire in pencil and ink. c1822-1824.
Scope and Contents Notebook containing landscape sketches and annotated cross-sections of the coast of Forfarshire in pencil and watercolour, c1822-1824.
Identifier: Coll-203/2/folio(s) 45-49
Scope and Contents Geological cross sections of the Island of Madeira, 1850s.
Scope and Contents Letter to Robert Boog-Watson from Sir Archibald Geikie thanking him for his gift of figs and telling him that his diet is currently restricted due to ill health. He reports on a difficult visit from Sir Andrew Crombie Ramsay. He discusses the geological unconformity of the south end of the Isle of Bute and includes a sketch cross-section.
Dates: 20 November 1862
Scope and Contents Letter to Sir Andrew Crombie Ramsay from Hugh Edwin Strickland asking for corrections to the thicknesses of the Cambrian series for a vertical section of the series of British strata which he was preparing for a lecture at Oxford.
Dates: 02 October 1850