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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-156

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152 department of science of au exact knowledge of the elements of the science based on precise acquaintance with the characters of selected types The Lectures are so arranged as to comply with the neces- sities of the Students who are working for the examinations of the University of London and of those who devoting themselves especially to Anthropotoiny desire to make them- selves acquainted with the morphology of the Vertebiata In accordance with this object the after-Christmas portion of the Course will consist of general review of the characters of the Invertebrata and special study of the Vertebrata For the Practical Class in Comparative Anatomy see Practical Biology 232 The Museum is open to all Students of the class and the Professor will give advice as to the necessary modes of studying the specimens which have bearing on the subject 13 -Physical Geography Saturday from 12 30 to 30 The object of this course is to explain the various pheno- niena of the earth's surface as consequences of the modes of action of the forces-heat gravitation &c and to show how the distribution of plants animals and of the human race is determined by climate changed outlines of land and water &c and how far the development of civilization depends on physical phenomena In the First Term those elements of the earth's physical geography λ ν 11 "he treated of which result from its rock structure and from forces acting in its interior These will include the cause and determination of the earth's size and iigure its density nature of its relations to other heavenly bodies longitude and latitude The influence of tempera- ture pressure and infiltiation on the minerals and rocks forming the earth's surface The origin and persistence of mountains and continents The Alps Himalayas Andes Rocky Mountains Causes of the contours of the chief
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