William Smith (1769-1839): A Bibliography of his Published Writings, Maps and Geological Sections, Printed and Lithographed

William Smith (1769-1839): A Bibliography of his Published Writings, Maps and Geological... ;. Soc. Biblphy nat. Hist. (1969) 5 (2): 87-109. William Smith of his Published Writings, Maps and Geological Sectis, Printed and Lithographed M. EYLES By JOAN Great The Old Cottage, Rissingt, Glos., England. INTRODUCTI Amg the publicatis of William Smith, geologist and engineer, that best known to geologists is his large geological map of England and Wales with Part of Scotland, published in 1815. His two works stratigraphy, Strata Identified by Organized Fossils (1816-19) and Stratigraphical System ofOrganized Fossils (1817) are also well known. Perhaps less familiar, because they are even rarer, are the beautiful geological maps of twenty-e English counties and the several striking coloured geological sectis across different parts of southern England that were issued between 1817 and 1824. Smith also published a Memoir intended to accompany his large map, and a work irrigati of agricultural interest. Apart from these comparatively well-known works, Smith was author of a number of relatively minor publicatis that are ne the less interesting, because they throw light his career and his views geology at various periods in his life. These include some printed broadsheets geology, several printed reports work he had undertaken, and ctributis to scientific and other journals. Two http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Natural History Edinburgh University Press

William Smith (1769-1839): A Bibliography of his Published Writings, Maps and Geological Sections, Printed and Lithographed

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Edinburgh University Press
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Copyright © Edinburgh University Press
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0260-9541
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1755-6260
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10.3366/jsbnh.1969.5.2.87
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;. Soc. Biblphy nat. Hist. (1969) 5 (2): 87-109. William Smith of his Published Writings, Maps and Geological Sectis, Printed and Lithographed M. EYLES By JOAN Great The Old Cottage, Rissingt, Glos., England. INTRODUCTI Amg the publicatis of William Smith, geologist and engineer, that best known to geologists is his large geological map of England and Wales with Part of Scotland, published in 1815. His two works stratigraphy, Strata Identified by Organized Fossils (1816-19) and Stratigraphical System ofOrganized Fossils (1817) are also well known. Perhaps less familiar, because they are even rarer, are the beautiful geological maps of twenty-e English counties and the several striking coloured geological sectis across different parts of southern England that were issued between 1817 and 1824. Smith also published a Memoir intended to accompany his large map, and a work irrigati of agricultural interest. Apart from these comparatively well-known works, Smith was author of a number of relatively minor publicatis that are ne the less interesting, because they throw light his career and his views geology at various periods in his life. These include some printed broadsheets geology, several printed reports work he had undertaken, and ctributis to scientific and other journals. Two

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Archives of Natural HistoryEdinburgh University Press

Published: Apr 1, 1969

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