Notes on the natural history and physiography of New Brunswick /

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Ganong, William F. (William Francis), 1864-1941., author
Notes on the natural history and physiography of New Brunswick
St. John, N.B. : Barnes and Company, 1906.
Sciences naturelles -- Nouveau-Brunswick.
Géomorphologie -- Nouveau-Brunswick.
Geomorphology -- New Brunswick.
Natural history -- New Brunswick.
Document source
Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the University of New Brunswick, Harriet Irving Library, Fredericton.
Cover title.
"Reprinted from Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, no. XXIV (vol. V), 1905."
1 online resource
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: 89. On a remarkable noise heard during a forest fire at Neguac -- 90. On the limits of the great fire of Miramichi of 1825 -- 91. On a new contour map of New Brunswick -- 92. The fact basis of the fire ( or phamtom) ship of Bay Chaleur -- 93. The origin of the Northumbrian system of rivers -- 94. The physiographic characteristics of the Tracadie River -- 95. On the height and other characters of Wilkinson Mountain -- 96. Observations upon the weather of the central highlands -- 97. On the physical geography of Miscou -- 98. On semi- fossil walrus bones from Miscou and elsewhere in New Brunswick -- 99. On the physiographic characteristics of the North Pole branch of the Little Southwest Miramichi River -- 100. The recognition and utilization of the plateau structure of interior New Brunswick.
pages 409-474, [4] leaves of plates : illustrations, maps (2 folded) ; 23 cm.