Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,  1 (1817), 422.


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Astronomy, Meteorology, Climatology, Instruments | Naturalists, Geology, Palaeontology

People mentioned:

John Pond

    Compares the effect of the atmosphere and climate on astronomical observations and instruments in Italy and in England. Later reports that 'Brocchi, a distinguished Italian naturalist, has discovered, in the neighbourhood of Veletri, columnar basalt, resting upon a bed of pumice, which contains the bones of quadrupeds' (422).

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