Author:Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz

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Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz
Swiss paleontologist, glaciologist, geologist and a prominent innovator in the study of the Earth's natural history, living in United States from 1846.
Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz


  • A journey to Switzerland, (1833) external link
  • An Introduction to the Study of Natural History (1847) external link
  • Principles of Zoology for the use of Schools and Colleges, (1848) with A. A. Gould part 1
  • On the principles of classification in the animal kingdom (1850) external link
  • Lake Superior: Its Physical Character, Vegetation and Animals, compared with those of other and similar regions, (1850) external link
  • Report on the Florida Reefs (1850) external link
  • Outlines of comparative physiology for the use of schools and colleges (1851) external link
  • Bibliographia Zoologiæ Et Geologiæ (1853) external link
  • Contributions to the natural history of the United States of America (1857–1862) vol 1,
  • Geological Sketches (Boston: Ticknor & Fields, 1866) external link
  • A Journey in Brazil (1868) external link
  • Essay on classification, De l'espèce et de la classification en zoologie (Trans. Felix Vogeli. 1869) external link
  • Geological Sketches (Second Series) (Boston: J.R. Osgood, 1876) external link
  • Scientific Results of A Journey In Brazil. (1876) external link
  • Methods of Study in Natural History (1887) external link
  • Letters and Recollections of Alexander Agassiz (1913) external link

Works about Agassiz[edit]

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