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Issue: 049, 01/10/28 p. 781, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Geology), Para 3
Category: Geology   
Topic: Volcano in Scotland. [All the basaltic rocks from Dunbar to the Firth of Clyde produced by one large volcano]
Person: BOUE, M.   
Source: Conversations on Geology   

Issue: 054, 05/11/28 p. 860, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Geology), Para 3
Category: Geology   
Topic: Alpine Debucle. [Saussure imagined that a "tremendous torrent" which he called a "debucle" carried the granite blocks in the limestone country round Geneva, from the Alps]
Person: SAUSSURE   
Source: Conversations on Geology   

Issue: 054, 05/11/28 p. 861, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Potamology), Para 6
Category: Geology   Rivers   
Topic: The Danube
Source: Conversations on Geology   

Issue: 056, 19/11/28 p. 892, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Non-Animated Nature. (Orology), Para 4
Category: Geology   Mineralogy   Christian Religion   Mountains   
Topic: Mountains formed by Crystallisation. [It is more exalting to think of God making mountains by a process of crystalline accretions than to imagine [him] causing volcanic explosions]
Source: Conversations on Geology   

Issue: 069, 18/02/29 p. 110, Section: Popular Literature
Heading: Romancing, Para 5
Category: Natural History   Philosophy   Literature   Science   Geology   Christian Religion   
Topic: Scientific Romancing. [Geology is romantic because it involves travelling to wild and lonely places and stimulates the imagination to contemplate creation, and change. It gives evidence of the world before Noah]
Source: Conversations on Geology   

Issue: 071, 04/03/29 p. 140, Section: Popular Science
Heading: Animated Nature. (Animal Mechanics), Para 1
Category: Palaeontology   
Topic: The Stone Lily. [The remains of an extinct animal, called the "eucrinite", in limestone]
Source: Conversations on Geology   

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