5 edition of Catalogue of the rock collections in the British Museum (Natural History) found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 117-148.
|Statement||British Museum (Natural History)|
|Publishers||British Museum (Natural History)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 135 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|2||Publication (British Museum (Natural History)) -- no. 875|
|3||Publication / British Museum (Natural History) -- no. 875|
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By the time the natural history section of the British Museum moved to South Kensington in 1883, the collection had grown to around 250 specimens, including material from Martian meteorites Chassigny and Shergotty.
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The Archive is a resource for researchers, academics and members of the public. If individual works are required, please supply registration numbers and locations or, alternatively, a more general description, such as:• The thumb is anterior and internal, and the great toe of the hind feet occupies the same position, the thigh and foot being bent forwards. Larger groups will have to be split into shifts. In 1857, the Department of Mineralogy was separated from Palaeontology, and Nevil Story-Maskelyne a chemist became Keeper.
Search online for books, periodicals, artworks, maps and manuscripts. Browse collection titles or search by donor, collector, taxonomic level, stratigraphic location or country of origin. Mouth small, lunate, inferior, above edged by the shields on the side of the head, upper labial shields none. Starting at P, it brings the entries under authors' names down to SN.
It grew to around 70 specimens under the first Keeper or Head of the Department of Natural History, but levelled off when the second Keeper a palaeontologist took over. Under his enthusiastic guidance the number of meteorites in the collection trebled.
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Tracy, Carnegie Science Earth and Planets Division Feb 5 Feb 12 Feb 19 Heavy iron isotope composition of iron meteorites caused by core crystallization Peng Ni, Carnegie Science Earth and Planets Division Feb 26 Rocks from Space! As part of this endeavor, we want to share some of the history and vision of the Natural History Museum, London.
Crown covered with 3 series of 6-sided scale-like shields, the middle ones representing the internasal, frontal and interparietal shields.