National Geographic : 1904 Aug
TITLES OF PAPERS OFFERED TO JUNE I, 1904 (ARRANGED BY TOPICS) N OTE.-Authors of papers will kindly examine the titles announced in this preliminary program. If they are not satisfactory in any way, kindly notify the Secretary of the Committee on Scientific Program at the earliest possible moment. All letters upon this subject should be addressed as follows: PROFESSOR WILLIAM LIBBEY, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. I. PHYSIOGRAPHY I. PHYSIOGRAPHY OF THE LAND I. Physiography of the Archean Areas of Canada Prof. A . W. G. Wilson, Montreal, Canada. 2. Gorges and Waterfalls of Central New York. Prof. R . S . Tarr, Ithaca, N. Y. 3. Physical History of Cape Cod. Prof. W. H. Niles, Boston, Mass. 4. Sur la Relief des Karpates meridionales. Prof. Emmanuel de Martonne, Rennes, France. 5. Geography of Mt Shasta and the Yosemite. Mark B. Kerr, C. E ., Stent, Cal. 6. Physiographical Sketch of the Adirondack Region. Prof. J. F . Kemp, New York City. 7. Island Tying. F. P. Gulliver, Ph. D., Southboro, Mass. 8. The Complications of the Geographical Cycle. Prof. W. M. Davis, Cambridge, Mass. 9. The Bearing of Physiography on Suess' Theories. Prof. W. M. Davis, Cambridge, Mass. o1. Some Geologic Data in the Geography of the Mississippi River. Prof. C . W. Hall, Minneapolis, Minn. 11. Deflection of Michigan Rivers by Terres trial Rotation. Prof. M. S. A . Jefferson, Ypsilanti, Mich. 12. Scientific Exploration of Caves. Prof. E . A . Martel (absent), Paris, France. 13. (Title later.) Prof. A. Penck, Vienna, Austria. 14. Classification of Mountains. Prof. W. N. Rice, Middletown, Ct. 15. Glacial Erosion in the Finger Lake Region of New York. M. R . Campbell, Washington, D. C. 16. The Sculpture of Massive Rocks. G. K. Gilbert, Washington, D. C. 2. METEOROLOGY I. The Climate of Guam as Revealed by Me teorologic Observations on the Island during the Year 1902. Cleveland Abbe, Jr., Ph. D., Washington, D. C. 2. A Climatological Dictionary for the United States. Prof. A. J. Henry, Washington, D. C. 3. The Scientific Work of the Mount Weather Meteorological Research Observatory. Prof. F . H. Bigelow, Washington, D.C . 4. Suggestions Concerning a More Rational Treatment of Climatology. Prof. R . DeC.Ward, Cambridge, Mass. 5. The Climate of Canada. Prof. R . F. Stupart, Ottawa, Canada. 6. The Climate of Kimberley. J. R . Sutton (absent), Kimberley, South Africa. 7. Non-periodic Variationsof the Atmospheric Circulation in the Region of the North Atlantic Ocean. Dr W. Meinardus, Berlin, Germany. 8. The Principles of Graphical Climatology. Dr K. Kassner, Prussian Meteorologi cal Institute. 9. Antarctic Meteorology and International Cooperation in Polar Work. Henryk Arctowski, Brussels, Belgium.