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(b) Drilling Mud. (Summary of paper on
(c) More algae from the South Indian Creta-
(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.
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),
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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TAYLOR, E. MACKENZIE. Report on the Possible Lowering of the Water Table in the United Provinces as a result of Tube-well Pumping. Pp. 64 (Superintendent, Printing and Stationery, United Provinces, Allahabad), 1936.
(b) Survey Work in the Nanda Devi Region. Himalayan Journ., IX, 74-87.
(The Kolar Gold Field).
Theory and Practice of Ground Control.
Survey on the Mount Everest Reconnaisance, 1935. Himalayan Journ., IX 16
The French Karakoram Expedition, 1936.
The North Bihar Group of the Rivers and
Cenozoic Cycles in Asia and their Bearing on Human Prehistory. Proc. Amer. Phil Soc., LXXVII, 289-308.
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Exports of India's Coal. Capital, Indian Industries, Trade and Transport Supplement, December, 1937, 39-40.
(a) The Ascent of Nanda Devi. Himalayan Journ., IX, 21-37.
(b) The Zemu Gap. Himalayan Journ., IX, 95-99.
Indian Minerals-General. Report on the Work of the Indian Trade Commissioner during 1936-37. London, 1937. Pp. 53
On the Mesozoides of Asia. C. R. Acad.
(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),
(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,
(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.