Author:Adam Sedgwick (1785-1873)
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- On the origin of alluvial and diluvial formations, 1825 external link
- Discourse on the Studies of the University of Cambridge (1833) (short work) external link
- A syllabus of a course of lectures on geology, 1837 external link
- A complete guide to the lakes, With others, 1842 external link
- A synopsis of the classification of the British palaeozoic rocks, 1855 vol 1, vol 2
Works about Adam Sedgwick
- The life and letters of the Reverend Adam Sedgwick by John Willis Clark, 1833-1910 and Thomas McKenny Hughes, 1832-1917 (1890) vol 1, vol 2
- "Obituary: Adam Sedgwick", in Popular Science Monthly Volume 2, April 1873
- “Sedgwick, Adam,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols.