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I.—The Life and Work of Linnarsson

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 May 2009

Charles Lapworth
Mason Science College, Birmingham.


On the 19th of last September there passed away from among us one of the most original and successful of the geologists of the century—Dr. Gustaf Linnarsson, the eminent palaeontologist of the Geological Survey of Sweden. His death was so sudden and so unexpected that his sorrowing friends have as yet hardly recovered from their grief and astonishment at the blow, and are not fully awakened to the magnitude of their loss.

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