Science, Volume 9

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American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1899 - Science
Since Jan. 1901 the official proceedings and most of the papers of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have been included in Science.

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Contents

Anatomists American Association D S LAMB 320 Season of the Eel 740
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LUCAS F A Structure and Classification of Birds
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Chemistry Notes on Inorganic J L H 71 155 185
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STRUTHERS J Handbook of Metallurgy Carl WARD LESTER F Truth and Error
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CLARK WILLIAM BULLOCK Geology James D
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GEROULD John H The Biological Stations of Brit Johnson RoSWELL H Twoheaded spakes 625
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F Sanitary Engineering Mansfield Merriman NEWELL W W American Folklore Society
173
Talbot Eugene S Degeneracy G T W PATRICK Webster F M The Chinch Bag T D A COCK
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PORTER WM T Methods of Teaching Physiology Articles 29 67 111 151 178 217 257 293 375
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GIDDINGS FRANKLIN H The Psychology of So Morgan 717 Physical Chemistry Ch van Der
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Are of Peru Remeasurement of 916 591 819 876 of Washington CHARLES LOUIS
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POWELL J W Reply to Critics
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B H C The Statistical Method in Zoology 74 519 591 719 752 786
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Bailey Solon I Peruvian Meteorology R Dec BRINTON D G Current Notes on Anthropology
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THORNDIKE EDWARD The Dawn of Reason James Whitehead A N A Treatise on Universal Algebra
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COLE F N The American Mathematical Society 181 413
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GRAFFIGNY HENRY DE Industrial Electricity W A Posthom Phantom a Study in the Spontan
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BARBOWS FRANKLIN W New York State Science BRITCHER H W Onondaga Academy 114
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PRITCHETT HENRY S Magnetic Survey of the of Colorado FRANCIS RAMALEY 720
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Rauh F La psychologie des sentiments H M STAN of the Heat of the Sun 737
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Russell Israel C Rivers of North America RICHARD Sciences 217 Geology of the Edwards Plateau
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THURSTOX R H The Suppression of Smoke 55 WILDER BURT G Some Misapprehensions as to
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MACLOSKIE GEORGE Physiological Osmosis 206 LIAM HALLOCK 616
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UPTON WINSLOW Astronomical Notes 36 224 492 hack 174
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Wallace A R The Wonderful Centary W K 876 Station at Naples
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Hagen J G Atlas of Variable Stars 29
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HALLOCK WILLIAM Kirchoffs Principle 210 Re FESSOR T C CHAMBERLIN 889
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HALSTED GEORGE BRUCE Mathematical Papers 59 KROEBER A L Anthropological Section of
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Marine Biological Laboratory H C BUMPUS NOLAN EDWARD J Philadelphia Academy of Nat
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SCHIAPARELLI G Observations of Planet Mars 633 SMITH Hugh M A New Marine Biological Labora
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Hawley E H Embouchure in N A Indian Flageo LAWRENCE RALPH E Mercury Pump 510
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in DAVID STARR JORDAN 529 American As for the Measurement of B F SHARPE
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HIXSDALE Guy Medical Climatology s Edwin HALSTED
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L Some Common Sources of Error in NoYES W A Qualitative Analysis Ernest A Cong
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BEAN TARLETON H Fishes of the South Shore of Butler A W Birds of Indiana F M C 66
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Mars the Planet G SCHŁAPARELLI 633
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Meteorology Current Notes on R DE C WARD 72 P T S Wild Animals I have known Ernest Seton
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CUTTER W P and H CARRINGTON BOLTON Cata FRANKLIN W S The Sensation of Motion and
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Sciences Natural Philadelphia Academy of EDWARD Totemism
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HOBBS WM K Science Club of the University of Action of the Coherer 624
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MORGAN T H Experimental Morphology Charles 218 296 454 621 652 686 846
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HOLMAN SILAS w Matter Energy Force and LOEW OSCAR What is the Cause of the socalled
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DALL WM H Zoological Nonienclature 221
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