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vimesey
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Message 286 of 292 (720184)
02-20-2014 5:22 PM
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02-20-2014 1:04 PM


Re: Wikibook
#9 on Google.co.uk

Could there be any greater conceit, than for someone to believe that the universe has to be simple enough for them to be able to understand it ?

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Message 287 of 292 (720191)
02-20-2014 6:24 PM
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02-20-2014 1:04 PM


Re: Wikibook
#8 on Google.ca
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Message 288 of 292 (720195)
02-20-2014 7:10 PM
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02-20-2014 1:04 PM


Re: Wikibook
nothing on page 1 for historical geology from BING

but #1 for historical geology wikibook

Edited by RAZD, : bing


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Message 289 of 292 (720220)
02-21-2014 2:54 AM
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02-20-2014 1:04 PM


Re: Wikibook
#9 from the UK although I wouldn't know to use that term to search myself.

If I was searching for a starter on geology I'd probably use your thread title - 'introduction to geology' - but those key words are very competitive.

Good job tho'....very good.


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Message 290 of 292 (745584)
12-24-2014 3:00 PM
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01-05-2014 6:47 PM


Wikibook
Hi Dr A.
I am currently going through your excellent book.
In the article on Reefs, it says rudist bivalves went extinct at the Cretaceous -Triassic boundary. Should it not be C-Tertiary?
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Message 291 of 292 (745586)
12-24-2014 3:10 PM
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02-20-2014 1:04 PM


Re: Wikibook
#4. First is the general Wikipedia page on Historical Geology; 2 and 5 are links to random university courses; and 3 is a link to Amazon.

So not only amongst the top five, but one of only two I think most people would even consider clicking on. Nice.


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Message 292 of 292 (745591)
12-24-2014 3:33 PM
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12-24-2014 3:00 PM


Re: Wikibook
In the article on Reefs, it says rudist bivalves went extinct at the Cretaceous -Triassic boundary. Should it not be C-Tertiary?

It surely should. Thanks.

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