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The Great Ice Age and Its Relation to the Antiquity of Man
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Preface; 1. Introductory; 2. Superficial formations of Scotland; 3. Early theories; 4. Mr Croll's theory of glacier motion; 5. Greenland; 6. Origin of the till and rock striations and groovings of Scotland; 7. Origin of the till; 8. Cause of cosmical changes of climate; 9. Cause of cosmical changes of climate (cont.); 10. Cause of cosmical changes of climate (cont.); 11. Beds subject to and intercalated with the Scottish till; 12. Beds subject to and intercalated with the Scottish till (cont.); 13. Beds subject to and intercalated with the Scottish till (cont.); 14. Beds subject to and intercalated with the Scottish till (cont.); 15. Boulder-clay beds of Scotland; 16. Upper drift deposits of Scotland; 17. Upper drift deposits of Scotland (cont.); 18. Upper drift deposits of Scotland (cont.); 19. Upper drift deposits of Scotland (cont.); 20. Upper drift deposits of Scotland (cont.); 21. Lakes and sea-lochs of Scotland; 22. Post-glacial and recent deposits of Scotland; 23. Post-glacial and recent deposits of Scotland (cont.); 24. Post-glacial and recent deposits of Scotland (cont.); 25. Glacial deposits of England and Ireland; 26. Superficial deposits of Scandinavia; 27. Superficial deposits of Switzerland; 28. Superficial deposits of North America; 29. Cave-deposits and ancient river-gravels of England; 30. Climate of the palaeolithic period; 31. Geological age of the palaeolithic deposits; 32. Geological positions of neolithic, palaeolithic, and mammaliferous deposits of foreign countries; 33. Conclusion; Appendix; Index.

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