George P. Merrill edited and compiled the list of State entries for natural history surveys and/or geological surveys for the individual States. Geological surveys may include references are non-uniform and sporadic by State. Merrill, George P. George Perkins, 1854-1929. Contributions to a history of American state geological and natural history surveys. New York: Arno Press, 1978 OCoLC904199739: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George P Merrill. George P. Merrill 1854-1929 Dept. Mineral Sciences, National Museum of. Contributions to a history of American state geological and natural history surveys. GP Merrill. Govt. print. origin, and associated meteoric irons. GP MERRIL. Quarterly Issue of the Smithonian Miscelaneous Contributions 1, 461-498, 1908. 44: 1908: On chondrules and.
Contributions to a history of American state geological and natural history surveys / ed. and comp. by George P. Merrill George P. Merrill 1854-1929 [ Book: 1920 ]. George P. Merrill 1854-1929 graduated from the University of Maine in 1879 with a B.S. degree. two works on the history of American geology, "Contributions to the History of American Geology" Report. 1854-1929 United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories, 1871-1877 United States National Museum. Department of.Merrill, George Perkins, ed. 1920. Contributions to a history of American state geological and natural history surveys. Government Printing Office. p. 158. CS1 maint: ref=harv; Segall, R. Thomas 1980s. "A Brief History of the Michigan Geological Survey" PDF. Michigan Geological Survey, Department of Natural Resources: 6. Contributions to a history of American state geological and natural history surveys / By 1854-1929. George P. George Perkins Merrill and Smithsonian Institution.
state geological and natural history survey of connecticut natural resources center department of environmental proteci’ion a history of the state geological and natural history survey of connecticut by robert j. altamura reprint from the state geological surveys - a history published by the association of american state geologists 1988, p.48. State Geological Surveys. Search by State. Alabama. Geological Survey of Alabama - Alabama State Oil and Gas Board. PO Box 869999 Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35486-6999. Connecticut Geological and Natural History Survey - Department of Energy and Environmental Protection. 79 Elm Street Hartford, Connecticut 06106-5127.
In connection with his two works on the history of American geology, "Contributions to the History of American Geology" Report of the United States National Museum for 1904, pp. 189-733 and The First One Hundred Years of American Geology 1924, Merrill assembled a collection of photographs and correspondence, with many of the photographs and portraits appearing in this collection. WorldCat record id: 70982381 George P. Merrill was born in Auburn, Maine, May 31, 1854. He received a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Maine in 1879, a master's degree in 1883 and a Ph.D. in 1889. He worked at the United States National Museum, serving as head curator of the Department of Geology from 1897-1929. Merrill, George P. Contributions to a History of American State Geological and Natural History Surveys. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1920. New York Botanical Garden: Archives and Manuscripts: Merntz Library. “William Henry Brewer Papers PP Brewer, William Henry 1828-1910.” New York Botanical Garden, Merntz Library, 2005. George P. Merrill 1854-1929 graduated from the University of Maine in 1879 with a B.S. degree in chemistry and then accepted a teaching position at Wesleyan University. There he became acquainted with George Brown Goode, who helped curate Wesleyan's museum collections in addition to administering the United States National Museum USNM.
Merrill, G.P., 1920, Contributions to a history of state geological and natural history surveys: U.S. National Museum Bulletin 109, 549 p. Oakeshott, G.B., 1985, Contributions of the state geological surveys-California as a case history: in Drake, E.T. and Jordan, W.M., eds, Geologists and ideas-a history of North American Geology, Geologicial. Figure 4. "Fielding Bradford Meek, " in George P. Merrill, Contri butions to a History of American State Geological and Natural His tory Surveys U.S. National Museum Bulletin 109 Wash.: 1920. of American State Geological and Natural His- 11 Merrill, One Hundred Years, p. 122; tory Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, United Merrill, State Surveys, p. 459; Whitney, "Geo- States National Museum, Bulletin 109 Wash- graphical and Geological Surveys, Part II,". From 1824 until about 1860, state geological surveys contributed significantly to the development of the economic and intellectual life of the American states. Even at the time they were made, these surveys were regarded as part of the nationwide campaign for internal improvements, and they were closely related to the transportation revolution. day and left a lasting influence on American paleontology, geological organizations, and state geological surveys. In 1853, Hall sent Meek and Dr. Ferdinand V. Hayden on their first trip up the Missouri River to study the geology of the Dakota Badlands and collect fossils for him Rabbitt, 1979.
17 See Merrill, George P., Contributions to a History of American State Geological and Natural History Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, United States. Description. The California Geological Survey was created by the state legislature in 1860 and lasted until 1874. Soon after the bill’s passing, Josiah Dwight Whitney of Massachusetts was appointed to the position of state geologist and given the responsibility of directing a four-year geological survey of the state. and George Merrill, ed., Contributions to a History of American State Geological and Natural History Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, Bulletin 109 Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. George T. Merrill, Contributions to a history of American state geological and natural history surveys Washington, D.C., 1920, p. 248. The author gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Ronald L. Numbers in the preparation of.
on geology was George P. Merrill who edited and com-piled Contributions to a History of American State Geological and Natural History Surveys, Smithsonian Institution, Bulletin 109 Washington, 1920 and The First One Hundred Years of American Geology New Haven, 1924. Also important is Max Meisel, A Bibliography of American Natural History. See discussions of his geological contributions in Merrill, George P., Contributions to a history of American State Geological and Natural History Surveys Washington, 1920; Smithsonian Institution United States National Museum, Bulletin 109, 203–12; idem, The first one hundred years of American geology New Haven, 1924, 393 – 6, 438 – 9. A geological survey is the systematic investigation of the geology beneath a given piece of ground for the purpose of creating a geological map or model.Geological surveying employs techniques from the traditional walk-over survey, studying outcrops and landforms, to intrusive methods, such as hand augering and machine-driven boreholes, to the use of geophysical techniques and remote sensing. The Association of American State Geologists AASG represents the State Geologists of the 50 United States and Puerto Rico. Founded in 1908, AASG seeks to advance the science and practical application of geology and related earth sciences in the United States.
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