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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-329

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328 EVENING CLASSES Geology The Lectures will be illustrated by large series of diagrams and fossils and are intended to prepare the Student for the more important public Examinations Winter Session In the Michaelmas Term will be described the various agencies at present in operation which elucidate the formation of the Rock Masses The Earth's early condition and later contours the distribution of Forest and Desert Regions Rain and River Action Atmospheric Influences Oceanic Deposits Volcanoes and Earthquakes the Rise of Mountain Chains Glaciers and the growth of Coral Islands will be explained In the Lent Term technical words bearing on the subject will be defined the theories of geological time and palaeonto- logical evidence will be discussed The general relationship of the older formations their Fossil contents and their appli- cation to manufacturing purposes will also be treated of Summer Session In the Easter Term the Classification of the Secondary and Tertiary series of deposits and their characteristic fossils will be given and list of the various substances of import- ance to Trade and Agriculture found in this portion of the Earth's crust will be noted Text-Books Lyell's Student's Elements Page's Advanced Text-Book During the Course there will be several Field Lectures in the neighbourhood of London as well as an excursion of two or three days' duration to some locality of Geological interest at distance from London 27 COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND ZOOLOGY Bay and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to The object of this Course is to give knowledge of the general structure of the Animal kingdom It is
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