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J. Beete Jukes
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Joseph Beete Jukes (1811–1869) was a geologist who studied at Cambridge under the famous Adam Sedgwick (1785–1873) and eventually became a prominent member of the Geological Survey of Great Britain

Joseph Beete Jukes (1811–1869) was a geologist who studied at Cambridge under the famous Adam Sedgwick (1785–1873) and eventually became a prominent member of the Geological Survey of Great Britain. The explorers failed to find the hoped-for mineral wealth they had been sent to prospect for, and returned to Britain. In 1841 Jukes joined the .

Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. "General report of the geological survey of Newfoundland during the years 1839 and 1840": v. 2, p. -210. Sketch of the geology of Newfoundland": v. -341. General report of the geological survey of Newfoundland during the years 1839 and 1840": v.

These marshes are not necessarily low, or even level land, but are frequently at a considerable height above the sea, and have often an undulated surface. They are open tracts, covered with moss to a depth sometimes of several feet. This moss is green, soft, and spongy, and is bound together by straggling grass, and various marsh plants. Встречается в книгах (3) с 1842 по 1990. Стр. 219 - Other green and softer mosses spread over the ground, concealing alike the twisted roots of the standing trees and the pointed stumps of those which have fallen, the sharp edges or slippery surfaces of the.

Joseph Beete Jukes (10 October 1811 – 29 July 1869), born to John and Sophia Jukes at Summer Hill, Birmingham, England, was a renowned geologist.

Correspondents and friends addressed him as Beete Jukes. Jukes was born at Summer Hill, near Birmingham, on 10 October 1811.

DEAR SIR, IT would be an act of ingratitude on my part were I to publish any work relating to Newfoundland, and omit in. .

DEAR SIR, IT would be an act of ingratitude on my part were I to publish any work relating to Newfoundland, and omit in some way to acknowledge the constant public support and the kind private hospitality with which you were so good as to honour me during my stay in that country. Allow me, then, to dedicate this little book to you, as a slight mark of my respect and attachment; and in so doing to assure you that your kindness is gratefully remembered by, Dear Sir, Your very obliged and obedient friend and servant, J. B. JUKES.

Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1845.

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