PALEOZOIC SUBMARINE LANDSLIPS NEAR QUEBEC CITY. Richard Montgomery FIELD.
PALEOZOIC SUBMARINE LANDSLIPS NEAR QUEBEC CITY

PALEOZOIC SUBMARINE LANDSLIPS NEAR QUEBEC CITY

1928. Item #1632

FIELD, R.M. [With E.B. Bailey & L.W. Collet]. PALEOZOIC SUBMARINE LANDSLIPS NEAR QUEBEC CITY. Reprinted for private circulation from "The Journal Of Geology," Vol. XXXVI, No. 7, Oct.-Nov. 1928. 8vo., printed tan wraps; 38 pages. Illustrated. A reinterpretation of the Quebec and Levis submarine landslips in the earlier stages of the development and deformation of a geosyncline. Richard Montgomery Field was a charter member of the Academy of Arts and Science and was an internationally acknowledged geologist. He taught at Princeton University from 1923 to 1950 and was chairman of the Special Committee on Geophysical and Geological Study of Ocean Basins from 1932 to 1941. Signed presentation from Field, to a fellow geologist, on the front cover: "E.R. Barnsley with pleasant memories of 1928- R.M. Field." He has also penned "Princeton" beneath the subtitle. A scarce geological reprint! Very Good (very tiny burn hole on front cover). $85.00.

Price: $85.00

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