The importance of water as a geological agent, both constructive and destructive, is so great and its effects are everywhere so patent, that by contrast the importance of other agents is underestimated, or in large part over looked. Among these underestimated agents plants may be classed so far as their modern work is concerned.
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"Living Plants as Geological Factors,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 10(1), 41-48.
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