In view of the active discussion of the problems of earth-movement and mountain-growth now current, certain fundamental definitions, growing out of the discrimination of processes commonly confounded but really distinct, seem to be timely.
The various processes with which the geologist has to deal fall naturally into two principal and antagonistic categories and five subordinate and supplemental categories; and each category, great and small, comprises two antagonistic classes of movements or agencies.
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|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||IV.-Some Definitions in Dynamical Geology|
|Series title||Geological Magazine|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
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