On The Structure of Lavas Which Have Consolidated on Steep Slopes with Remarks on the mode of Origin of Etna and on the Theory of "Craters of Elevation" Charles Lyell.
On The Structure of Lavas Which Have Consolidated on Steep Slopes with Remarks on the mode of Origin of Etna and on the Theory of "Craters of Elevation"
On The Structure of Lavas Which Have Consolidated on Steep Slopes with Remarks on the mode of Origin of Etna and on the Theory of "Craters of Elevation"
On The Structure of Lavas Which Have Consolidated on Steep Slopes with Remarks on the mode of Origin of Etna and on the Theory of "Craters of Elevation"

On The Structure of Lavas Which Have Consolidated on Steep Slopes with Remarks on the mode of Origin of Etna and on the Theory of "Craters of Elevation"

London: Taylor and Francis, 1859. Hardcover. 30.5 x 23.5 cm. Quarto. 86 pages of text and 3 plates. Figures throughout text. From the Philosophical Transactions Part II for 1858 p. 703. Bound in modern brown cloth with new endpapers. Ocassional spotting to the plates. Toning to the edges of the plates. Chipping to the bottom right corner of the pages. Plate 1: Map of Etna from Waltershaufen's Atlas of Etna. There is some chipping to the edges of the plate. Plate 2: Craters and Lava of 1852 & 1853. Plate 3: Fofsil leaves from the tuff of Fasano, Etna. Very Good. Item #52512

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