Nature, Volume 95

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Sir Norman Lockyer
Macmillan Journals Limited, 1915
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Índice

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Geikie Prof James Death 12 Obituary article 40
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Men 514
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Bourquelot E M Bridel A Aubry aMonodgalactoside Brun Dr R Die Raumorientierung der Ameisen und
38
Abbott C G awarded the Rumford Premium by the Annandale Dr Calcutta Eurasians
53
Georgia A E a Manual of Weeds
60
a Johannsen Dr W Falske Analogier etc 178
90
Hudson O F Etching Reagents 102 Zinccopper London School of Economics 708
102
Harries Rev H Two Waterspouts off Dymchurch 710 Hill Dr Alex German Universities and the War
109
Husband J Mechanical Drawning with Special Reference Jordan F W Experiment on Sunset Colours 590
116
Ackermann A S E the Utilisation of Solar Energy 358 Industry and Organisation 573 Government
119
Bouthillon L the Charge of Condensers 501
134
Gidley Dr J W New Genus of Mammal 97 Pleistocene fulvene 251
135
Adams A A the Plateau Peoples of South America 284 Armstrong Prof H F Descriptive Geometry for Students
140
GlobaMikhailenko M Ellipsoidal Figures of Equilibrium Buried Shells 637
148
Harrington M R Sacred Bundles of the Sac and Fox Hill A W Germination of the Genus Marah 110 Semi
152
Albrecht F C AustroItalian Mountain Frontiers 402 Ayres S H and W T Johnson jun B coli in Pas
153
Eckersley Solar Radiation Measures in Egypt
157
Glover W Know Your Own Mind
172
Chemicals
174
Hutchinson Jonathan awarded Jacksonian Prize
180
Harris Prof D Fraser Napoleon and the University of Hill Prof G A Paris Observatory and its Work
185
Hyndman F Electrical Conductivity of Metals 240
200
Harrison Prof J B and C K Bancroft Field and Hill J J Gift to Harvard University 581
205
Carpenter Capt A and Capt D WilsonBarker Nature 214 New Species of Beetles 490
207
Harrison and Subramania Gases of Swamp Rice Soils 16 Hillebrand K Winneckes Comet 99
213
Ivanof Dr V Leaves in Saxaul
214
Bowen N L Accumulation of Crystals
216
Haskins Prof C N Reply to Appeal to Nonproducing Especial Reference to the Economic Species of
219
Baker T J Bronzing Processes suitable for Brass and Beilby Dr G T Chemical Engineering 573
221
Cullum J E Retirement from Superintendency of the Dessaur F Röntgen Motion Pictures 272
236
Hausen H Types of Porphyry in Finland 239 Spread Hobbs Prof W H Role of the Glacial Anticyclone
239
EdridgeGreen Þr É W the Simple Character of the Fleming A P M and others Training for Industrial
248
Jackson R F Basic Lead Acetate Solutions 125
251
Casella and Co Ltd Raingauge 263
263
Baker T Thorne Industrial Uses of Radium
272
Cassal Col C E and W J Dibdin British Chemical 352
273
James Prof W H and M W Dole Mechanism of Steam hoppers 332
287
Ball Rev Dr C J the Resurrection of Baylon
292
Edser E Aiming with the Rifle 462 Science and Fleming B E Practical Irrigation and Pumping 393
294
Bowles R W awarded bronze medal of the Pharma Bryce Lord Utilisation of the Services of Scientific Men
297
Hay 0 Remains of Extinct Animals from the Pleistocene Hogben L T awarded the Frank Smart Prize in Zoology
298
Edwards E J and M J Tickle Practical Science and Fleming Sir Sandíord Obituary article 596
299
Curlewis H B the Perth W A Section of the Astro Dickinson H C and N S Osborne a New Calorimeter
300
Albrecht Prof the Variation of Latitude during 19040 Ayrton Hertha Differences of Pressure near an Obstacle
305
Balleine Capt C F Obituary 543
307
Bowman Dr J G appointed Director of American Col Bryce Dr T H Osteology and Arthrology Quains Ele
327
Allen Dr H S Electronic and Atomic Constants 415 S H B and the writer of the article Modern Substitutes
333
Johansen A C and A Krough Influence of Temperature Kenwood Col H R Health in the Camp 680
340
GodwinAusten Lt Col H H The History of Upper
409
Hayden C and others Gifts to the Massachusetts Insti Hogg H R Spiders of the Family Salticidæ
415
Anastas Father the Nawar or Gypsies of the East 43 Bage Capt E Obituary 679
421
Fishes
435
Cushing H P Syenites and Granites of the Adirondack Dines W H the Probable Error of the Amplitudes in
436
Chatley Prof H Similitude in Periodic Motion 288 Costerus Drs J C and J J Smith Tropical Teratology
447
Egerton A C the Physical Properties of Isotopes 90 Fleurent E Bread for Prisoners of War 610
471
Dames M L Shah Daulas Rats 434
473
Davidson Sir J Mackenzie Telephone Attachment in Dornan Rev S S Rhodesian Ruins and Native Tradi
488
at Eskdalemuir Observatory 236
492
Goodchild G F appointed Registrar of the Council for Haigh w D Estimation of Hygroscopic Moisture
499
Davies G M Detrital Andalusite in Cretaceous and Douglas David Journal kept by during his Travels
501
Goodnow Dr F J President of Johns Hopkins Univer Haldane Dr J S awarded the Medal of the Institution
532
Hegner Prof R W the Germcell Cycle in Animals 117 Holmboe J Studies on the Vegetation of Cyprus 254
534
Davis Dr C A Algæ in Carbonaceous Deposits 444 Downie Major A M Obituary 650
538
Theory 7
550
Goodrich E S the Development of the Invertebrates 113 Human Knowledge and Endeavour 465
553
Chree Dr C Magnetic Character Figures 110 Mag Courtot Ch Oscillation of the Indene Double Linkage
554
the Royal College of Physicians 649
560
Bragg Prof W H appointed to the Quain Chair of 680
561
Gorgas MajorGenl W C awarded Seaman Medal 212 Hallimond A F Autunite 501
567
Bragg Prof W H and W L Bragg awarded the Burgess G K and 1 N Kellberg Behaviour of Iron
569
Henderson Prof G G Presidential Address to the Society Home J H Milne Pitwood 176
572
Chwolson Prof O D Traité de Physique translated by Crampton C B and R G Carruthers Geology of Caith
581
Davison Dr C Seismic Disturbances 240 Subjects for Drinkwater Dr H Inheritance of Brachydactyly
586
Elborne S L Structure of Hailstones
591
Civita Prof L Reciprocal Theorems 491 Thermal Crauzel E Treatment of Recent Wounds 552
611
Bassler Dr R S Geologic History of the Appalachian Bodroux F Preparation of Hydrocarbons 694
622
Herbertson Prof A J a Map of the Western War Area Hornaday Dr W T Wild Life Conservation in Theory
623
Clark J E Phenological Observations from December vol xii 284
629
HeronAllen E Acquirement of the Millett Collections Hornell J Fishery Experiments in Ceylon 681 Ceylon
631
Elderton Miss and Prof Karl Pearson Isolation and Forchheimer Dr F a Chair in Honour of in
636
Clayton H Helm Moving Waves of Weather in South Crookes Sir W elected Honorary Member of the Society
642
Brain C K the Coccidæ of South Africa 554
654
Dawson Dr J Histology of Disseminated Sclerosis
655
Findlay Prof A appointed Thomson Lecturer in Fuller M L Geology of Long Island New York 127
664
Delavan Rediscovery of Tempels Comet 353
666
in 1914 711
669
Gow A S F Evolution of the Plough 14
679
Breakwell E Anatomical Structure of some Xerophytic Burkill 1 H Para Rubber Trees in the Singapore
681
Baxter Miss M appointed demonstrator in physics at Bottlinger K F Hay Line in Stellar Spectra 99
692
Fischer Prof M H Edema and Nephritis second edition Projection Microscope Reflecting Lantern Moving
703
Browning Dr C H Differential Antiseptic Action of Carnot P and B WeillHallé Dissemination of Typhoid
707
Bean W J the Arboretum at Tortworth Court
710
Violet 451
721
Delorme E Artificial Limbs 167 Grafting the Flexor 248
722
Brill 227
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