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Paper, 'Illustrations of the viscous theory of glaciers, Part III' by James D [David] Forbes

Reference number: PT/30/13

Date: 10 January 1845

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Subject: Geology / Physics

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'Illustrations of the viscous theory of glacier motion.–Part III'.

Written by Forbes in Edinburgh. Received by the Royal Society on 27 January 1846. Read 26 February 1846.

Abstract published in Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London [later Proceedings of the Royal Society of London], Volume 5, 1851.

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PT/30/13
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10 January 1845
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Ink on paper
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107 pages
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Manuscript

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James David Forbes

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James David Forbes, Paper, 'Illustrations of the viscous theory of glaciers, Part III' by James D [David] Forbes, 10 January 1845, PT/30/13, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/pt_30_13/paper-illustrations-of-the-viscous-theory-of-glaciers-part-iii-by-james-d-david-forbes, accessed on 26 February 2024

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