National Geographic : 1899 Jul
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MONOGRAPHS On the PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THE EARTH'S SURFACE, designed especially to supply to teachers and students of geography fresh and interesting material with which to supplement the regular text-book. LIST OF MONOGRAPHS COMPRISING VOLUME I: GENERAL PHYSIOGRAPHIC PROCESSES - - - GENERAL PHYSIOGRAPHIC FEATURES - - - - J. W. Powell PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS OF THE UNITED STATES - - ) BEACHES AND TIDAL MARSHES OF THE ATLANTIC COAST Prot. N. S. Shaler PRESENT AND EXTINCT LAKES OF NEVADA - - - -Prof. I. C . Russell APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS-NORTHERN SECTION - - - Bailey Willis APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS-SOUTHERN SECTION - - -C. Willard Hayes MT. SHASTA-A TYPICAL EXTINCT VOLCANO - - - - J. S. Diller THE NEW ENGLAND PLATEAU - - - - - - - Prof. W. M. Davis NIAGARA FALLS AND ITS HISTORY - - - - - - G. K. Gilbert Single monographs, 20e. Complete set, bound in cloth, $2.50. Remit with order to AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY, New York - Clriclrrn atI Chicago HENRY ROMEIKE'S BUREAU OF PRESS CUTTINGS, Ino Fifth Avenue, New York, Reads every paper of importance published in the United States, and through its European agencies in London, Paris, Berlin, and Vienna every paper of importance published in Europe and the British Colonies. One subscription on any given sub ject will bring notices from the United States, and if desired also from the European papers. Write for terms. TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM AND ATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY An International Quarterly Journal Conducted by L. A. BAUER, With the Co=operation of Eminent Magneticians and Electricians. WITH the March, 1899, issue, this Journal, devoted exclusively to Terrestrial Magnetism, Atmos pheric Electricity, and allied subjects, such as Earth Currents, Auroras, etc., entered on its fourth volume. The hearty co-operation extended by the workers in this promising field of investigation, as abundantly shown by the numbers thus far issued, has made this Journal the international organ for making known the latest achievements. The magnetic needle has become such a promising instrument of research, not only in terrestrial, but in cosmical physics, that this Journal appeals to a large class of investigators. The geographer, the geologist, the astronomer, the meteorologist-all are interested in the development of the subject of terrestrial magnetism It should therefore receive their support. Among the contributors of the main articles in the past have been Messrs. Barus, Borgen, Chree, Com mander Davis, Eschenhagen, Hellmann, Littlehales, McAdie, Ricker. Schmidt, Schuster, de Tillo, von Bezold, Mascart, and Abbe. Future numbers will contain contributions by Mascart, Riicker, Elster and Geitel, Eschenhagen, Hellmann, Hayford, Littlehales, Schmidt, and others. Special features in future numbers will be full abstracts and reviews of recent publications prepared by competent reviewers and the series of fine halftone portraits of eminent magneticians. The size of the Journal is royal octavo, a volume embracing about 256 pages. Domestic subscription price : Two dollars and fifty cents. Foreign subscription price : Two dollars and seventy-five cents. Address: TERRESTRIAL IMAG NETISM, Coast and Geodetic Survey, Washington, D. C.