Mammalia in interglacial deposits
|←Did Cortez visit Palenque?||Mammalia in interglacial deposits (1885)
|Science, Vol. 5, No. 112 (March 27, 1885), Letters to the Editor, p. 248.|
May I be permitted to ask aid from some American contributor to Science who follows the lore of glacial geology? I learn that some American glacialists are satisfied that there have been two periods of glaciation, and I would inquire whether the interglacial deposits contain, like those of Switzerland, remains of mammalia, and if so, what they are. Any reference to American evidence on these points would oblige
The Camp, Sunningdale, Eng., Feb 27.
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