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Gravel

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = NAHSTE

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

5 Lectures on geology, c1879

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Identifier: Coll-74/6/18
Scope and Contents Notes and text for five lectures on geology. Sir Archibald Geikie placed civilisation, religion and mythology in the context of geological development, looking at geolgical formations and the processes and materials involved in their creation.

Diary of time spent on Arran, 1851

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Identifier: Coll-74/2/1
Scope and Contents A diary account of observations made by Sir Archibald Geikie during his trip to Arran in 1851. He includes an analysis of the geology of the area: clay deposits, gravel formation and marine terraces amongst others. Geikie also describes the people and the communities they lived in, particularly the villages of Brodick, Corrie and Lamlash.

Drawings for Cuts, late 19th century

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Identifier: Coll-74/5/2
Scope and Contents Set of illustrations of geological nature, including peat bogs, coral reefs, coastline, sand and gravel.

Geological Survey notebook 'U', 1875-1876

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Identifier: Coll-74/1/2
Scope and Contents Drawings and notes on the geology of various parts of Scotland, including Pitlochry, Dalwhinnie, Glencoe, the Caledonian Canal, Shetland, Inverness and Aberdeen. Geological features include silurian and gravel.

Letter to Sir Charles Lyell from W. Blackadder, November 1827

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Identifier: Coll-203/3/20
Scope and Contents Letter to Sir Charles Lyell from W. Blackadder regarding diluvium and post diluvium gravels in the Forfar area. He mentions that Mr Stephen has found a fine axe head near Balgavies Loch and remarks that he is glad that Lyell has got Mr Martin enlisted. November 1827.