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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: With a Study of the Relations of ... - Page 290
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876 - 1110 lehte
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The Nineteenth Century, 40. köide

1896
...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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The Geographical Journal, 1. köide

1893
...times. He adduces. three new arguments in favour of these views : — (1) Tho 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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