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Papers whose authors are not present when the title is called will go to the end of the program, unless held in place by special vote. ” Also in 1928, Blackwelder suggested the desirability of the society offering a prize for the best paper presented, and A. C. ” Unfortunately, the following year, even though a number of members each contributed $5 for the award, they found no one deserving of the award. Expansion south In 1916 the seventeenth section meeting was held in San Diego, the first in southern California.

1909a, Das Antlitz der Erde, Volume III/2: Wien, F. Tempsky; and Leipzig, G. Freytag,789 p. , 1909b, The face of the Earth (Das Antlitz der Erde), translated by Hertha B. C. Sollas under the direction of W. C. Sollas, Volume 4: Oxford, Clarendon Press, 673 p. , 1931, Recent German theories about structural geology: Washington Academy of Sciences Journal, v. 21, p. 1–12. , 1973, The timing of orogenic events in the Central Alps, in DeJong, K. , Gravity and tectonics: New York, John Wiley & Sons, p.

49°N this movement may apparently be recognized in the most westerly parts of the Rocky Mountains. In the Sierra Nevada, overfolding towards the west-south-west still occurs” (Suess, 1909b, p. 443). Through the work of Hershey (1906), Suess knew that the Klamaths could be divided into “four flakes dipping to the east and to some extent imbricate” (p. 421), and therefore belonged to the western, westvergent flank. The east-vergent flank was very clear in Mexico and could be followed northward along the western border of the Colorado Plateau, the Wasatch, and the “gneiss masses on the west side of the Rocky Mountains” (p.

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