IX. Report on the eruptions of the soufrière, St. Vincent, 1902, and on a visit to Montagne Pelèe, in Martinique. -Part I.

@article{AndersonIXRO,
  title={IX. Report on the eruptions of the soufri{\`e}re, St. Vincent, 1902, and on a visit to Montagne Pel{\`e}e, in Martinique. -Part I.},
  author={T. Anderson and J. Flett},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containing Papers of a Mathematical or Physical Character},
  volume={200},
  pages={353 - 553}
}
  • T. Anderson, J. Flett
  • Geology
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Containing Papers of a Mathematical or Physical Character
The islands of the Caribbean chain have been occupied by European colonists for several hundred years, yet they cannot even at the present day be said to be thoroughly known or sufficiently explored. Though small, they are for the most part mountainous, and present usually a ridge or backbone of high land forming the main axis of each island, with sharp spurs on each side running down to the sea. Cultivation is practically confined to the lower grounds, where alone there are goodroads, and the… Expand
137 Citations

References

SHOWING 1-5 OF 5 REFERENCES
A l f o r d N ic h o l l s
  • Nature
Comptes Rendus/ 134, p. 1123. MM. A. L a c r o ix , R o llet d e l 'Lsle & G ir a u d
  • p. 79. T. C. P o r t e r , 'Nature
Mr. I saacs and the officials in his Descriptions of the Grand Soufriere and the Boiling Lake will be found in F. A. Ob e r , ' Camps in the Caribbees
  • Nature
asking for information, specimens of volcanic ejecta, or written communications containing facts relative to the eruptions, have been sent us by the following