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by Charles Davidson
Author: Charles Davidson
Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1978)
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Earth Sciences
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The Founders of Seismology.
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The Founders of Seismology book. In this book, which was first published in 1927, Davison provides a historical study regarding the origins of seismology and the key figures in its development
The Founders of Seismology book. In this book, which was first published in 1927, Davison provides a historical study regarding the origins of seismology and the key figures in its development. The text was based upon a series of articles which appeared in the Geological Magazine during 1921, although more material was added subsequently. Illustrative figures and notes are incorporated throughout. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in earthquakes, seismology and the history of science.
The history of geology is concerned with the development of the natural science of geology. Geology is the scientific study of the origin, history, and structure of the Earth. Some of the first geological thoughts were about the origin of the Earth. Ancient Greece developed some primary geological concepts concerning the origin of the Earth. Additionally, in the 4th century BC Aristotle made critical observations of the slow rate of geological change
A history of British seismology. Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering, Vol. 11, Issue. WHILE Michell's interest in geology lasted until at least 1788, he made no further known contribution to the study of earthquakes.
A history of British seismology. He must have been aware of the disastrous Calabrian earthquakes of 1783, but he would no doubt regard them as timely illustrations of his theory. The eighty years which followed 1760 were, indeed, somewhat barren as regards the progress of seismology.
This event marks the beginning of the modern era of seismology, prompting numerous studies into the effects, locations, and timing of earthquakes.
Would you believe that giant snakes, turtles, catfish, or spiders live underneath the ground, and it is their movements that create earthquakes? Maybe you wouldn't, but your ancestors did. Ancient peoples had many fanciful explanations for earthquakes, usually involving something large and restless living beneath the earth's surface. This event marks the beginning of the modern era of seismology, prompting numerous studies into the effects, locations, and timing of earthquakes. Prior to the Lisbon earthquake, scholars had looked almost exclusively to Aristotle, Pliny, and other ancient classical sources for explanations of earthquakes.
The Founders of Geology was written by Sir Archibald Geikie and originally published in 1897. It describes the evolution of the science of geology, highlighting notable contributors. I was influenced by my experience of the limited acquaintance with the historical development of the science which has often been shown, even by those who have done good service in enlarging its boundaries.
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The Journal of Geology. Volume 36, Number 3 Apr. - May, 1928.
Chicago Distribution Center. The Journal of Geology.
Series: Books in Geology. Hardcover: 768 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0716702115. Package Dimensions: . x . inches.
A Brief History of Seismology. Introduction To Seismology by Peter Shearer, Cambridge University Press. Every day: There are about 50 earthquakes strong enough to be felt locally; several of these produce distant seismic waves that can be measured with sensitive instruments anywhere on the globe. Every few days: There is an earthquake strong enough to damage structures. Seismology is the scientic study of the seismic. waves generated by earthquakes. Scientic & Practical Objectives of Seismology