تبلیغات
refdiodamels - Download Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40

Download Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40

نویسنده :Carla Fraser
تاریخ:یکشنبه 28 تیر 1394-04:20 ب.ظ

Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40 by Michigan State Station

Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40
---------------------------------------------------------------
Author: Michigan State Station
Number of Pages: 132 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130244922
Download Link: Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40
---------------------------------------------------------------


This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 Excerpt: ... in that it was covered by a layer of soil about ten inches in depth indicating that its origin was not of recent date: . A botanical analysis of the various samples was not obtained but the following observations were made in the course of the collection of the material which indicate a close resemblance between this deposit and an ideal bog as described by Bersch.1 The second and third feet2 apparently represent the "Hochmoor" stage. While this material as a whole was quite well decomposed, it still showed signs of the original vegetation. The section represented by the sample taken from the fourth foot evidently corresponds to the "Ubergangswald of Bersch since it contained a large quantity of wood, branches and roots of trees as large as six inches in diameter. The section from the fourth to the ninth foot corresponds to the "Flachmoor" section. Through these sections the appearance of the material gradually changed, the peat becoming progressively darker in color and more amorphous in structure as the depth increased. Between the eighth and ninth feet however there was a marked change in the appearance of the deposit. The material in the last two samples was only slightly decomposed, showing plant remains almost unchanged. The color was a light brown when the samples were first collected but on exposure to air it immediately darkened. It is seemingly a representative sample of "Schilftorf." Deposit No. II was located a few miles south-east of Flint in Genesee County, Michigan. It is on the border of a small lake which it is gradually filling in and it is typical of many bogs in this State. The principal vegetation consisted of grasses and shrubs. The samples were taken with a Davis peat and marl sampler from the small ...

Read online Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40 Buy Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40 Download and read Technical Bulletin Volume 28-40 for pc, mac, kindle, readers Download to iPad/iPhone/iOS, B


داغ کن - کلوب دات کام
نظرات() 
 
لبخندناراحتچشمک
نیشخندبغلسوال
قلبخجالتزبان
ماچتعجبعصبانی
عینکشیطانگریه
خندهقهقههخداحافظ
سبزقهرهورا
دستگلتفکر




Admin Logo
themebox Logo