At the last meeting of the Academy I discussed briefly some aspects of the geographic development of the Crimea and the northern borders of the Black Sea. Since that time certain of the photographs obtained by those who took part in the geological excursions following the International Congress of Geologists, have been received. It is to one of these especially that I now wish to direct your attention. It shows very clearly certain phases of the surface relief of which mention was made last year, and in a way that is rarely ever exhibited to such a great advantage or to such an extent. The photograph is one taken by Mr. R. T. Mallet of London, who was a member of the party. It is through his kindness I am now able to present it to you.
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Keyes, Charles R.
"Cuesta Topography of the Crimean Peninsula,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 6(1), 227-228.
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