Sand

Abstract

MR. MELVIN is at fault in assuming that my paper on sand was “an attempt to distinguish by the aid of the microscope whether sand had been formed by the action of wind or of surf.” Its primary object was to show that chalk-flint had scarcely any place in its formation; but few particles of it appealing even from the midst of rolled shingle whether that be… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/028300d0

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