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Exploration scientifique de la Tunisie

Géographie comparée de la province romaine dAfrique

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      • At head of title: Ministère de linstruction publique.Vol. 2: Ouvrage pub. daprès le manuscrit de lauteur, avec des notes, des additions et un atlas, par Salomon Reinach.Atlas has title: ... Atlas de la province romaine dAfrique, pour servir à louvrage de M. Ch. Tissot, dressé, daprès les cartes du Dépôt de la guerre et les documents géographiques les plus récents, par Salomon Reinach ...2. tirage.Additions et corrections (v. 2, p. [785]-820) contain bibliographical references.

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        LC Classifications1884
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        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages63
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He returned to Algeria after the war and took part in suppression of the revolt in the in 1871. In 1884, a geological section under was added to the Tunisian Scientific Exploration Mission. When the — railway was inaugurated in 1899, Thomas was made a member of the Tunisian. Thomas sent a second note to the Academy of Sciences in 1887 and a third in 1888, in which he described his 1878 observations and the Algerian deposits.

Rolland covered the centre of the country, while Thomas worked further south and Le Mesle worked mainly in the north, apart from an expedition to the extreme south. Welke opties voor jouw bestelling beschikbaar zijn, zie je bij het afronden van de bestelling. In 1900, he was awarded a small pension of Exploration scientifique de la Tunisie francs.

Thomas described the great density of marine fauna at the dawn of the Tertiary that had created the layers of phosphates and the coastal fauna of the later layers characterized by the great vertebrates, particularly and giant turtles, and very numerous bivalves.

The first, on "Buhalus Antiqus" appeared in the Bulletin of the Climatological Society of Algiers.

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Taxon Authorship Rank Status 11 in text12 in list Infrasubspecies Unavailable 8 Infrasubspecies Unavailable 18 Infrasubspecies Unavailable Original combination 6 Subspecies Obsolete combination Original combination 6 Species Valid 3 Subspecies Obsolete combination Original combination 3 Species Valid. When he retired, he was made an officer of the. Thomas was promoted to First Class Veterinarian in 1895. Legacy [ ] Monument in Thomas's memory in Tunis, since dismantled.

org Scandate 20170516121026 Scanner scribe6. Philippe Thomas called the attention of the industrial world to its soil. Hiermee passen wij en derden onze website, app, advertenties en communicatie aan jouw interesses aan.

Philippe Thomas

Het is echter in een enkel geval mogelijk dat door omstandigheden de bezorging vertraagd is. The botanists undertook their work in 1883 and 1884. He was named an Army Veterinarian in 1865. The second part, Stratigraphy of the Palaeozoic and Mesozoic terrains, was published in 1908.

Philippe Thomas had determined its future. In 1873, in the M'Fatah massif of Algeria Thomas was the first to discover the existence of phosphated nodules from the lower Eocene. Monuments to Thomas in Tunisia were destroyed after the country gained independence. A medallion was placed in front of the station.