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(b) Drilling Mud. (Summary of paper on
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(c) More algae from the South Indian Creta-
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(a) The Petrology of the Hornblendic Rocks of the Kolar Schist Belt. Bull. Mysore Geol. Dept., No. 16, 1-73.

(b) Report on the Rocks at the Sites proposed for Tunnelling in Connection with the New Power Scheme at Sivasamudram. Rec. Mysore Geol. Dept., XXXV,

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Soil. Science and Culture, III, 69-74. (a) The Coal-tar Dye Industry with Reference to India. Science and Culture, II, 642-645.

(b) Low-temperature Tar and Liquid Fuel. Science and Culture, II, 574-577.

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On a Deposit of Chalcopyrites near Jainti, Western Bhootan Duars. Bhu-Vidya, I, 20-22.

Kyanite deposits near the Rakha mines Bihar. (Abstract). Proc. Twenty-fourth Ind. Sci. Congr. (Roy. As. Soc. Bengal),

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Structure contours of the X and XV seams of the Jharia coalfield. (Abstract). Proc. Twenty-fourth Ind. Sci. Congr. (Roy. As. Soc. Bengal), 230.

Symposium on Conservation of Coal in India. Bull. Geol. Min. Met. Soc. Ind., No. 1, 1-49.

The Mount Everest Expedition, 1936. Himalayan Journ., IX, 1-15.

(a) A Mesozoic coniferous wood (Mesembrioxylon shanense sp. nov.), from the Southern Shan States of Burma. Rec. Geol. Surv. Ind., 71, 380-388.

(b) Speculations on the Climates of the Lower Gondwanas of India. International XVII Geological Congress, Abstracts of Papers, 217-218.

Discovery of Orbitolina-bearing rocks in Burma with a description of Orbitolina birmanica, sp. nov. Rec. Geol. Surv. Ind., 71, 360-375.

On the so-called 'Coulsonite'. Science and Culture, III, 122.

A note on "Buchanan's Laterite." Geol. Mag., LXXIV, 257-262.

Notes on Talc, Asbestos, Serpentine and Kaolin in Ajmer-Merwara and its Neighbourhood. Quart. Journ. Geol. Min. Met. Soc. Ind., IX, 11-18.

(a) More Explorations round Nanda Devi. Geog. Journ., XC, 97-110,

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(b) Survey Work in the Nanda Devi Region. Himalayan Journ., IX, 74-87.

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Theory and Practice of Ground Control.
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The French Karakoram Expedition, 1936.
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The North Bihar Group of the Rivers and
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Cenozoic Cycles in Asia and their Bearing on Human Prehistory. Proc. Amer. Phil Soc., LXXVII, 289-308.

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(a) The Ascent of Nanda Devi. Himalayan Journ., IX, 21-37.

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On the Mesozoides of Asia. C. R. Acad.
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(b) The Cretaceous volcanics of Astor-Burzil, Great Himalaya range, and their association with acid and basic basic plutonic intrusions. (Abstract). Proc. Twenty-fourth Ind. Sci. Congr. (Roy. As. Soc. Bengal),

229.

(c) The Cretaceous Volcanic Series of AstorDeosai, Kashmir, and its Intrusions. Rec. Geol. Surv. Ind., 72, 151-161.

(d) Nanga Parbat. Calcutta Geog. Rev., I,

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(e) Note on the Palæogeography and Climate of Kashmir during the Permo-Carboniferous. International XVII Geological Congress, Abstracts of Papers, 218-219.

(f) An Outline of the Geological History of India. An Outline of the Field Sciences of India, (published by the Ind. Sci. Congr. Assn., Calcutta), 1937, 43-69.

(g) Permo-Carboniferous limestone inliers in the outer Himalayas of Jammu, Kashmir. (Abstract). Proc. Twenty-fourth Ind. Sci. Congr. (Roy. As. Soc. Bengal), 232.

(h) Permo-Carboniferous Limestone Inliers in the Sub-Himalayan Tertiary Zone of Jammu, Kashmir Himalaya. Rec. Geol. Surv. Ind., 72, 162-173.

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