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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-618

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618 GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE Account for the contours of some of the chief masses of land Discuss the phenomena which are connected with vol- canic eruptions Mention the distinctive features of tablelands and low plains and explain the formation of plains Enumerate the chief elements which make up scenery and show how each has been formed Explain the origin of the winds usually felt in this country State the circumstances which make up climate and mention the chief climatic characteristics of Europe Define the circumstances which influence the distribution of life on the earth Characterize the regions into which life is grouped by Mr Allen and mention some animals limited to each of the regions 10 Give some account of the structure and distribution of corals and coral reefs XXYIL-0rologg Can the trachytes be distinguished from the dolerites Are examples of basalt to be met with in Great Britain What is slaty cleavage and what is oolitic structure Ϊ Into what groups are rocks divided Define the words granite-gneiss-mica-schist and conglomerate Give rough drawing and add explanations in illustra- tion of the terms strike-fault-anticlinal-dyke and dip Write short essay upon the causes which have produced the configuration of existing hills and valleys Describe the structure of eozoon canadense and mention any facts which lead to the inference that the fossil was of organic origin and had analogies with present forms of life What affinities and differences are observable when an orthoceras is compared with nautilus goniatites and ceratites It is asserted that ammonites are valuable aids in
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