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" The enormous disproportion between the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean, which would render it very difficult for new land to reach the surface till long after the total submergence of the sinking continent. (2) The wonderful uniformity... "
THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS - Page 290
by ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
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Journal of the American Geographical Society of New York, 21. köide

American Geographical Society of New York - 1889
...Prjevalsky's Fourth Journey of Exploration in Central Asia — The Formation of Transverse Valleys — The Mean Height of the Land and the Mean Depth of the Sea — The Geographical Distribution of Mean Wind-Velocity in the United States — The Universal...
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The Antananarvio Annual and Madagascar Magazine, 3. köide,9–12. number

1885
...place in parallel bands, and are to some extent dependent on each other, an elevation of the sea-bed could hardly fail to lead to the submergence of large...form, and acquired the striking peculiarities that characterize its several sub-regions. During the early period, when the rich and varied temperate flora...
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Darwinism: An Exposition of the Theory of Natural Selection, with Some of ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1889 - 494 lehte
...The length of the sections of land and ocean are in the proportion of their respective areas, while the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean are exhibited on a greatly increased 1 I have given a full summary of the evidence for the permanence...
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Natural Science: A Monthly Review of Scientific Progress, 1. köide

1892
...interchange could have been brought about. These phenomena are: — (i) The enormous disproportion between the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean, which would render it very difficult for new land to reach the surface till long after the total submergence...
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The Geographical Journal, 1. köide

1893
...MILL: D.So., FRSE three new arguments in favour of these views: — (1) The enormous disproportion between the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean, which would render it very difficult for new land to reach the surface till long after the total submergence...
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The United Service, 17. köide

1897
...If it sank to the same extent, ten million square miles would be exposed. The enormous disproportion between the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean makes it impossible to believe that the land at present above the sea level has ever formed the bottom...
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Studies Scientific & Social, 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1900
...interchange could have been brought about. These phenomena are: — (1) The enormous disproportion between the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean, which would render it very difficult for new land to reach the surface till long after the total submergence...
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Studies Scientific & Social: By Alfred Russel Wallace ..., 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1900
...interchange could have been brought about. These phenomena are : — (1) The enormous disproportion between the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean, which would render it very difficult for new land to reach the surface till long after the total submergence...
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Darwinism and politics: with two additional essays on human evolution

David George Ritchie - 1901 - 141 lehte
...The length of the sections of land and ocean are in the proportion of their respective areas, while the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean are exhibited on a greatly increased 1 I have given a full summary of the evidence for the permanence...
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DARWINISM AN EXPOSITION OF THE THEORY OF NATURAL SELECTION WITH SOME OF ITS ...

ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1889
...The length of the sections of land and ocean are in the proportion of their respective areas, while the mean height of the land and the mean depth of the ocean are exhibited on a greatly increased 1 I have given a full summary of the evidence for the permanence...
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