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" ... passage of sand and gravel, washed over it from the talus of fallen fragments, which lies at the foot of the cliff on the beach above. The slow but constant undermining of the perpendicular cliff forming this promontory, round which the powerful currents... "
Travels in North America: With Geological Observations on the United States ... - Pagina 125
door Sir Charles Lyell - 1845 - 272 pagina’s
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The North American Review, Volume 61

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, Henry Cabot Lodge, James Russell Lowell - 1845
...slowly by the continual passage of sand and gravel, washed over it from the talus of fallen fragments, which lies at the foot of the cliff on the beach above....means of estimating ; but the exact date and rate of destruction are immaterial. On this recently formed ledge, I saw several straight furrows half an...
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Travels in North America, in the Years 1841-2: With Geological ..., Volumes 1-2

Sir Charles Lyell - 1845
...gypsum. c. Capping of trap. d. Talus of blocks and pebbles of trap, amygdaloid, greenstone, &c. mining of the perpendicular cliff forming this promontory,...means of estimating ; but the exact date and rate of destruction Fig. 17. Recent furrows on ledge of sandstone at Cape Blomidon. are immaterial. On this...
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The Presbyterian review and religious journal, Volume 20

1847
...forming this prompntory, round .which the powerful currents caused by the tide sweep backwards #nd forwards with prodigious velocity, must satisfy every...question has been exposed to view is of modern date. On this recently formed ledge, I saw several straight furrows half an inch broad, some of them very...
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The Ice Age in North America, and Its Bearings Upon the Antiquity of Man

George Frederick Wright, Warren Upham - 1889 - 622 pagina’s
...forming this promontory, round which the powerful currents caused by the tide sweep backward and forward with prodigious velocity, must satisfy every geologist...the rocks forming the cliff extended so far as the water's edge, ten, fifty, or one hundred years ago, I have no means of estimating ; but the exact date...
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The Ice Age in North America and Its Bearings Upon the Antiquity of Man ...

George Frederick Wright, Warren Upham - 1889 - 622 pagina’s
...backward and forward with prodigious velocitv, mast satisfy every geologist that the denudation bv which the ledge in question has been exposed to view...the rocks forming the cliff extended so far as the water's edge, ten, fifty, or one hundred years ago, I have no means of estimating ; hut the exact date...
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The Ice Age in North America: And Its Bearings Upon the Antiquity of Man

George Frederick Wright - 1911 - 763 pagina’s
...forming this promontory, round which the powerful currents caused by the tide sweep backward and forward with prodigious velocity, must satisfy every geologist...the rocks forming the cliff extended so far as the water's edge, ten, fifty, or one hundred years ago, I have no means of estimating ; but the exact date...
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Bulletin, Nummers 194-196

1917
...forwards with prodiguv> velocity, must satisfy every geologist that the denudation by which the led^ in question has been exposed to view is of modern date. Whether the rockforming the cliff extended so far as the points [indicated] 10, 50, or H' years ago, I have no...
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New York State Museum Bulletin, Nummers 194-197

1917
...slowly by the continual passage of sand and gravel, washed over it from the talus of fallen fragments, which lies at the foot of the cliff on the beach above....rocks forming the cliff extended so far as the points [indicated] 10, 50, or 100 years ago, I have no means of estimating; but the exact date and rate of...
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The North American Review, Volume 61

1845
...slowly by the continual passage of sand and gravel, washed over it from the talus of fallen fragments, which lies at the foot of the cliff on the beach above....rocks forming the cliff extended so far as the points o, 10, 50, or 100 years ago, I have no means of estimating ; but the exact date and rate of destruction...
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