#889

Most Influential Person

Geophysicist and statistician

According to Wikipedia, Sir Harold Jeffreys, FRS was a British mathematician, statistician, geophysicist, and astronomer. His book, Theory of Probability, which was first published in 1939, played an important role in the revival of the objective Bayesian view of probability.

- Theory of probability (3041)
- An invariant form for the prior probability in estimation problems (2057)
- Theory of Probability. (1265)
- A Treatise on Probability (1079)
- The Theory of Probability (864)
- Methods of Mathematical Physics (790)
- Logical Foundations of Probability (787)
- On the Formation of Water Waves by Wind (372)
- The Logic of Modern Physics (362)
- Some Tests of Significance, Treated by the Theory of Probability (344)
- Some Cases of Instability in Fluid Motion (207)
- On Certain Approximate Solutions of Lineae Differential Equations of the Second Order (202)
- LXXVI.The stability of a layer of fluid heated below (174)
- The Earth: Its Origin, History and Physical Constitution (168)
- The Theory of Nutation and the Variation of Latitude (138)
- On the Mechanics of Faulting (116)
- Tidal Friction in Shallow Seas (112)
- The Times of P, S and SKS, and the Velocities of P and S (106)
- An Alternative to the Rejection of Observations (102)
- The Times of the Core Waves (94)
- The Instability of a Compressible Fluid heated below (94)
- The Draining of a Vertical Plate (92)
- The Earth: Its Origin, History and Physical Constitution (84)
- Tidal Friction (83)
- THE DISTURBANCE OF THE TEMPERATURE GRADIENT IN THE EARTH'S CRUST BY INEQUALITIES OF HEIGHT. (80)
- The Oscillations of the Atmosphere (79)
- The variation of latitude (79)
- The Rigidity of the Earth's Central Core. (77)
- Astronomy and geophysics (72)
- Ocean waves and kindred geophysical phenomena (69)
- The Relation of Cohesion to Roche's Limit (68)
- On the Formation of Water Waves by Wind (Second Paper) (67)
- Origin of the Earth (67)
- The Thermodynamics of an Elastic Solid (62)
- On the Interpretation of Pd (61)
- The Theory of Nutation and the Variation of Latitude: The Roche Model Core (61)
- The reflexion of a pulse within a sphere (57)
- On the Surface Waves of Earthquakes. (55)
- The Law of Error (55)
- Small Corrections in the Theory of Surface Waves (54)
- THE TIMES OF THE CORE WAVES (Second Paper) (51)
- The Effects of Collisions on Saturn's Rings (51)
- The Viscosity of the Earth (48)
- NOTE ON THE BEHRENS‐FISHER FORMULA (48)
- The Pamir Earthquake of 1911 February 18, in Relation to the Depths of Earthquake Foci. (47)
- THE STRUCTURE OF THE EARTH DOWN TO THE 20° DISCONTINUITY. (44)
- The Strength of the Earth's Crust (44)
- On the Transport of Sediments by Streams (42)
- Probability, statistics, and the theory of errors (41)
- The Effect of Tidal Friction on Eccentricity and Inclination (40)
- On the Structure of the Moon (40)
- The Density Distributions in the inner Planets. (39)
- THE SURFACE ELEVATION IN CELLULAR CONVECTION (39)
- On compressional waves in two superposed layers (39)
- The Reflexion and Refraction of Elastic Waves (38)
- On the theory of errors and least squares (36)
- CAUSES CONTRIBUTORY TO THE ANNUAL VARIATION OF LATITUDE (36)
- The Free Oscillations of Water in an Elliptical Lake (36)
- On the Cause of Oscillatory Movement in Seismograms (36)
- The Effect on Love Waves of Heterogeneity in the Lower Layer. (35)
- Damping of S Waves (35)
- Operational methods in mathematical physics (34)
- Bulletin of the National Research Council (34)
- THE PRESENT POSITION IN PROBABILITY THEORY* (34)
- On isotropic tensors (34)
- On the Figure of the Moon (33)
- Causes contributory to the Annual Variation of Latitude. (Plate 8.) (32)
- The Times of PcP and ScS (31)
- On Near Earthquakes. (31)
- On the Vegetation of Four Durham Coal-Measure Fells (29)
- On the Materials and Density of the Earth's Crust (28)
- Further significance tests (27)
- Probability and Scientific Method (27)
- The Determination of the Earth's Gravitational Field (Second Paper) (26)
- The Resonance Theory of the Origin of the Moon (Second Paper) (26)
- The Law of Error and the Combination of Observations (25)
- The Stress-Differences in the Earth's Shell (25)
- TRAVEL TIMES FOR PACIFIC EXPLOSIONS (24)
- On the prior probability in the theory of sampling (24)
- THE INSTABILITY OF A FLUID SPHERE HEATED WITHIN (23)
- On the Seismic Waves from the Oppau Explosion of 1921 Sept. 21. (22)
- Possible Tidal Effects on Accurate Time-keeping (22)
- The Determination of the Earth's Gravitational Field (21)
- Creep in the earth and planets (21)
- Damping in Bodily Seismic Waves. (21)
- Second-order Terms in the Figure of Saturn (21)
- On Two British Earthquakes (20)
- Some Normal Earthquakes (20)
- Fisher and Inverse Probability (20)
- On the Modified Lomnitz Law of Damping (20)
- On the relation between direct and inverse methods in statistics (19)
- THE TIMES OF P UP TO 30 (19)
- The Early History of the Solar System (19)
- The Correction of Frequencies for a Known Standard Error of Observation (19)
- Rock Creep: A Correction (19)
- Radius of the Earth's Core (19)
- ON THE STRESSES IN THE EARTH'S CRUST REQUIRED TO SUPPORT SURFACE INEQUALITIES. (18)
- Earthquakes and mountains (18)
- Applications of the Absolute Differential Calculus (18)
- On the Figures of the Earth and Moon. (18)
- On the crucial tests of Einstein's theory of gravitation (17)
- On approximate solutions of linear differential equations (17)
- The Relation between Geometry and Einstein's Theory of Gravitation (17)
- On the decrease of velocity with depth in an irrotational water wave (17)
- Rock Creep, Tidal Friction and the Moon's Ellipticities (16)
- On the Internal Constitution of Jupiter and Saturn (16)
- Nutation: comparison of theory and observations (16)
- On the use of asymptotic approximations of Green's type when the coefficient has zeros (16)
- Numerical Solution of Algebraic Equations (16)
- The Times of Transmission and Focal Depths of Large Earthquakes. (15)
- Southern Earthquakes and the Core Waves (15)
- XXVIII. On some criticisms of the theory of probability (15)
- Collision and the Origin of Rotation in the Solar System (15)
- Dynamic response of an elastic half-space to time-dependent surface tractions over an embedded spherical cavity (14)
- LXXXIV. Probability and quantum theory (14)
- On the Early History of the Solar System (14)
- The Times of pP, sS, sP and pS* (14)
- Theory of Probability. (14)
- The Deep Earthquake of 1934 June 29 (14)
- A FURTHER STUDY OF NEAR EARTHQUAKES. (13)
- Nearly Diurnal Nutation of the Earth (13)
- X.—Note on Fracture (12)
- The Law of Error in the Greenwich Variation of Latitude Observations (12)
- On plasticity and creep in solids (12)
- On Certain Solutions of Mathieu's Equation (12)
- MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD, INVERSE PROBABILITY AND THE METHOD OF MOMENTS (12)
- On Gauss's proof of the normal law of errors (12)
- RANDOM AND SYSTEMATIC ARRNGEMENTS (12)
- Relativity and Materialism (11)
- The Concept of “Space” in Physics (11)
- The Cooling of the Earth (11)
- The Age of the Earth (11)
- The Moon's Libration in Longitude (11)
- Lead Isotopes and the Age of the Earth (11)
- A Comparison of Seismological Stations (11)
- On the Stresses in the Earth'S Crust Required to Support Surface Inequalities. (Second Paper.) (11)
- The Constitution of the Four Outer Planets (11)
- The wake in fluid flow past a solid (10)
- The Saddle-Point Approximation for Damped Surface Waves (10)
- The Early History of the Solar System on the Collision Theory (10)
- Developments in Geophysics (10)
- Comparison of Station Errors in Seismology (10)
- Significance tests when several degrees of freedom arise simultaneously (10)
- The Resonance Theory of the Origin of the Moon (10)
- The Structure of the Earth down to the 20° Discontinuity. (Second Paper.) (10)
- On the Smoothing of Observed Data (10)
- ON THE ABSOLUTE MEASUREMENT OF GRAVITY (10)
- WHAT IS HAMILTON'S PRINCIPLE? (10)
- On Certain Possible Distributions of Meteoric Bodies in the Solar System (10)
- ON THE ELLIPTICITY CORRECTION IN SEISMOLOGY. (10)
- Dynamic Effects of a Liquid Core (10)
- Rock Creep and Thermal Instability (9)
- On the Vegetation of Four Durham Coal-Measure Fells: I. General Description of the Area and Its Vegetation (9)
- Some Deep-Focus Earthquakes. (9)
- The Chief Cause of the Lunar Secular Acceleration Moon (9)
- Isostatic Movement in Finland: Review@@@On the Upheaval of Land in Fennoscandia (9)
- Earthquake interpretations : a manual for reading seismograms (9)
- Seismic travel times for central Asian epicentres (9)
- On P up to 20° in North America (9)
- Certain Hypotheses as to the Internal Structure of the Earth and Moon (9)
- The Use of Amplides in Improving Velocity Distributions for Europe (8)
- The Revision of Seismological Tables (8)
- The Deformation of the Earth Due to Unsymmetrical Cooling. (8)
- The Importance of Damping in Geophysics (8)
- S in Three European Earthquakes (8)
- An extension of the Pitman–Koopman Theorem (8)
- A Suggested Reconstruction of the Land Masses of the Earth as a Complete Crust (8)
- ELASTIC WAVES IN A CONTINUOUSLY STRATIFIED MEDIUM (8)
- SEISMIC WAVES IN WESTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE (7)
- ON THE HIGHEST GRAVITY WAVES ON DEEP WATER (7)
- Note on Fourier analysis (7)
- On the relation between wind and distribution of pressure (7)
- The Rare Gases of the Atmosphere (7)
- THE EARTH'S CORE AND THE LUNAR NUTATION* (7)
- The Times of P up to 30° (Second Paper)* (7)
- XLIV. Asymptotic solutions of linear differential equations (7)
- Geophysical Theory (7)
- On the Dynamical Theory of the Tides (7)
- Imperfections of Elasticity in the Small Bodies of the Solar System (6)
- Times of Transmission for Small Distances and Focal Depths (6)
- THE ELLIPTICITY CORRECTION TO THE P TABLE. (6)
- On the Figures of the Earth and Moon (6)
- Probability Theory in Geophysics (6)
- Some Difficulties in the Theory of Nutation (6)
- The Thermal Effects of Blanketing by Sediments. (6)
- The Secular Perturbations of the Four Inner Planets (6)
- The Secular Accelerations of Satellites (6)
- Bakerian Lecture - The origin of the solar system (6)
- Problems of Thermal Instability in a Sphere (6)
- LXXXII.On Professor Joly's theory of earth history (6)
- The Variation of Latitude (6)
- Discussion on the theory of (6)
- LXVI.On the relation between fusion and strength (6)
- THE THERMODYNAMICS OF THERMAL INSTABILITY IN LIQUIDS (6)
- On the Lunar Equation (6)
- On the Amplitudes of Bodily Seismic Waues. (5)
- The damping of P waves (5)
- On the transverse circulation in streams (5)
- The remainder in Watson's lemma (5)
- The Vapour Pressures of Planetary Constituents at Low Temperatures and their Bearing on the Question of the Origin of the Planets (5)
- The Earth's Thermal History, and Some Related Problems (5)
- I. Dynamical considerations - Dynamics of the Moon (5)
- The tests for sampling differences and contingency (5)
- A derivation of the tidal equations (5)
- The Methodology of Pierre Duhem (4)
- On imperfection of elasticity in the Earth's interior (4)
- Time and amplitude relations in seismology (4)
- The Thermal State of the Earth's Crust (4)
- SECULAR PERTURBATIONS OF THE INNER PLANETS. (4)
- Further Corrections to the P, S and SKS Tables (4)
- TWO PROPERTIES OF SPHERICAL HARMONICS (4)
- Head Waves and the Nature of the Mohorovičić Discontinuity (4)
- On the Mechanics of Mountains (4)
- The thermal state of the earth (4)
- On the Figures of the Earth and Moon (Second Paper) (4)
- The Variable Depth of Earthquake Foci (4)
- On the Radioactivities of Rocks (Second Paper) (4)
- XVI. On the relation to Physics of the notion of convergence of series (4)
- Corrections to the Times of the P Wave in Earthquakes (4)
- The Fenno-Scandian uplift (4)
- THE SIMPLE PENDULUM UNDER PERIODIC DISTURBANCE (4)
- Tidal friction; the core; mountain and continent formation (4)
- The Viscosity of the Earth. (Fourth Paper.) (4)
- Damping of P and S at short distances (4)
- On Pulses whose Travel Times are not True Minima (4)
- The viscosity of the earth (third paper) (4)
- DYNAMIC EFFECTS OF A LIQUID CORE (4)
- Book reviewPhysics of the earth: F. D. Stacey. Wiley, New York, 324 pp. $11.95 (4)
- The Moon's Librations (4)
- The use of Stokes’s formula in the adjustment of surveys (4)
- Note on Mr. Hills's Paper (4)
- On the significance tests for the introduction of new functions to represent measures (4)
- P and S beyond 95 (3)
- On the Burton-on-Trent Explosion of 1944 November 27 (3)
- The Equations of Viscous Motion and the Circulation Theorem (3)
- On the Figure of a Planet with Homogeneous Shell and Core (3)
- Travel times for Pacific earthquakes (3)
- Origin of the Solar System (3)
- On the Rarity of Certain Heath Plants in Breckland (3)
- The use of minimum χ2 as an approximation to the method of maximum likelihood (3)
- On the Modified Mathieu's Equation (3)
- Theoretical Aspects of Continental Drift (3)
- The Reduction of Gravity Observations (3)
- Lead Isotopes and the Age of the Earth (3)
- Hypotheses of Continental Drift (3)
- GRAVITY ANOMALIES AND THE FIGURE OF THE EARTH (3)
- Tidal Dissipation of Energy (3)
- Tidal Friction and the Secular Acceleration of the Moon (3)
- On the Structure of Liquids and Vitreous Solids (3)
- Who named the milligal (2)
- On smoothing and differentiation of tables (2)
- The Damping of the Variation of Latitude (2)
- Figures of the Earth and Moon (2)
- A Smoothing Device Applied to the New Seismological Tables (2)
- On certain geological effects of the cooling of the earth (2)
- Evolution of Hydrodynamics (2)
- Initial stress and elastic instability (2)
- The Earth's Thermal History (2)
- Note on paper by J.M. Reiffenstein entitled “On the formation of the rings of Saturn” (2)
- Robert Stoneley, 14 May 1894 - 2 February 1976 (2)
- The comparison of series of measures on different hypotheses concerning the standard errors (2)
- Physics of the Earth (2)
- Science, Logic and Philosophy (2)
- The Compressibility of Dwarf Stars and Planets (2)
- On regional differences in seismology (2)
- XCVI. Units and dimensions (2)
- Note on the Bodily Tide in a Fluid Earth. (2)
- Faults in a material that hardens when it yields (2)
- Proceedings of the Symposium on the Rotation of the Earth and Atomic Time Standards: Part I. The Motion of the Pole: Nutation and the variation of latitude (2)
- Wegener's Hypothesis of Continental Drift: Discussion (2)
- The President's Address on the Award of the Gold Medal to Professor Albrecht Unsöld (2)
- Wave Propagation in Strings with Continuous and Concentrated Loads (2)
- The Free-Air Reduction of Gravity to the Second Order (2)
- Fourth award of the medal of the Seismological Society of America (2)
- Reliability of Pacific Seismological Stations (2)
- SH from a source in the lower layer (2)
- On Errors Due to Variation of Drum-Rate (2)
- Convection in Stars (2)
- An Address by the President Probability Theory in Astronomy (2)
- Note on Mr. Hales'S Paper. (2)
- XXXI. A derivation of the equations of equilibrium of a thin plate (2)
- The Constitution of the Inner Planets (2)
- On the Dalmatian earthquake of 1962 January 7 (1)
- Origin and Physical Constitution of the Earth: Review@@@The Earth: Its Origin, History, and Physical Constitution (1)
- Addenda: The Law of Error and the Combination of Observations (1)
- The National Union of Scientific Workers and Research (1)
- Science, Logic and Philosophy (1)
- Estimation of Small Changes in a Function (1)
- Study of Explosions (1)
- Meeting of 1957 January 11 (1)
- The Figure of the Earth (1)
- Bromwich'S work on Operational Methods (1)
- Geophysics and the Royal Astronomical Society (1)
- On the expression of gravity formulae (1)
- ON THE FIGURE OF A PLANET WITH HOMOGENEOUS SHELL AND CORE (1)
- The Solar System and its Origin (1)
- The Times of sP and sPKP (1)
- Two Applications of Jacob's Integral (1)
- On the Radau Transformation in the Theory of the Figure of the Earth (1)
- Origin of the solar system; a reply to "T. C. C." (1)
- The Motion of the Perihelion of Mercury (1)
- Orthogonal Matrices in Three Dimensions (1)
- The Nebular Hypothesis and Modern Cosmogony: being the Halley Lecture delivered on May 23, 1922 (1)
- Tables of the times of transmission of the P & S waves of earthquakes (1)
- An Address By the President the Earth's Thermal History (1)
- XIV. Epistemology and modern physics (1)
- Turbulence in a River. (1)
- The Motion of the Perihelion of Mercury (1)
- THE DETERMINATION OF GRAVITY ANOMALIES FROM DEFLEXIONS OF THE VERTICAL. (1)
- The origin of the solar system (1)
- THE PLANETESIMAL HYPOTHESIS. (1)
- The Earth's Thermal History. (1)
- Nebul, On Jeans's theory of the origin of spiral nebulæ (1)
- Comparison of Station Errors (1)
- The Clock Paradox in Special Relativity (1)
- Small Changes in Seismic Distributions of Velocity (1)
- State of the Earth's Central Core (1)
- SOME APPLICATIONS OF THE METHOD OF MINIMUM χi2 (1)
- Dynamics of the Moon (1)
- Regional seismic travel times for central Asian epicentres (1)
- Oscillations of a gravitating and rotating uniform liquid sphere (1)
- Frequency Interpretations in Probability (1)
- LXXXVIII.On the circulation theory of aeroplane lift (1)
- Elastic Instability and Geology (1)
- On the Heaviside operational calculus (1)
- The comparison of series of measures (1)
- Creep in the Earth and Planets (Invited Lecture) (1)
- Soviet Researches in Geophysics Vols. 1–4 (English translation) (American Geophysical Union, Consultants Bureau Enterprises Inc. New York, 1960.) (1)
- How Soft is the Earth? (Harold Jeffreys Lecture) (1)
- On Two Methods of Brown and Shook (1)
- Symmetrical treatment of a case of normal correlation (1)
- On Aerofoils of Small Thickness (1)
- II.—BERTRAND RUSSELL ON PROBABILITY (1)
- The Philosophy of Sir James Jeans (1)
- Significance tests for continuous departures from suggested distributions of chance (1)
- XIII. An analogy between the theories of potential and vibrations (1)
- ON THE VARIATION OF MELTING‐POINT WITHIN THE EARTH. (1)
- Meteorite Craters as Topographical Features on the Earth's Surface: Discussion (0)
- 1636. Numerical Solution of Equations (0)
- The Physical Status of “Space” (0)
- On the Origin of Mountain Ranges: Discussion (0)
- The Structure of the Continents (0)
- Philosophy and Modern Science (0)
- X. On periodic convection currents in the atmosphere (0)
- Meeting of 1956 March 9 (0)
- Keith Edward Bullen, 29 June 1906 - 23 September 1976 (0)
- Dimensions of the Earth and the Value of Gravity (0)
- Seismic Sounding on South Crillon and Klooch Glaciers: Discussion (0)
- The minimum χ′ 2 approximation (0)
- Geology and the Primitive State of the Earth (0)
- Isostasy. By William Bowie. pp. xiv + 275, figs. 39. E. P. Dutton and Co., New York. Price $2·00. (0)
- Meeting of 1956 January 13 (0)
- Meeting of 1955 March 11 (0)
- INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF EARTH AND MOON1 (0)
- The Use of Rayleigh's Principle in Seismology (0)
- Atmospheric Circulation (0)
- The future of the earth (0)
- The Theory of Geological Thermal Cycles. (0)
- A Treatise on Induction and Probability, Georg Henrik von Wright, Routledge and Kegan Paul, Ltd., London, 1951. Pp. 310. 30s. (0)
- Artificial production of rain. (0)
- The Organisation of Scientific Workers (0)
- Meeting of 1956 November 9 (0)
- The More Rapid Longitudinal Seiches of a Narrow Lake (0)
- Nutation and the variation of latitude (0)
- Tidal Energy Dissipation (0)
- [Note on Prof. Carslaw's Paper] (0)
- The Energy of Cyclones (0)
- Constants related to the Moon (0)
- Oceanic Tidal Friction (0)
- Origin of the Solar System (0)
- Philosophy and Modern Science (0)
- To the Editor of the New Phytologist. (0)
- Aspects of Mathematical Logic (0)
- The posterior probability distributions of the ordinary and intraclass correlation coefficients. (0)
- The Viscosity of the Earth. (Second Paper.) (0)
- Additional Meeting of 1955 September 8 (0)
- The dynamics of Saturn's rings (0)
- Quantity of Meteoric Accretion (0)
- 9 A Prototype Theory Interpretation of Label Semantics (0)
- Gravitational Shift of Spectral Lines (0)
- Anniversary Meeting of 1957 February 8 (0)
- The Average Life Period of an Atom (0)
- On Growth and Form (0)
- The Instability of a Single Vortex-Row (0)
- Constants related to the Earth and Moon (0)
- HALVING THE INTERVAL IN A TABLE WHEN FIRST DERIVATIVES ARE GIVEN (0)
- IV.–THE PROBLEM OF INFERENCE (0)
- The Origin of the Solar System, in relation to Professor Eddington's Theory of Stellar Luminosity (0)
- Theory of Probability. (0)
- The History and Constitution of the Earth: Review@@@The Earth: Its Origin, History, and Physical Constitution (0)
- Dynamics of the Moon (0)
- On the modified Lomnitz law of damping. (0)
- Stellar Structure. (0)
- A Canonical Transformation for Treating Small Coordinates (0)
- THE RELATION BETWEEN WIND AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF PRESSURE.1 (0)
- On the Possible Rate of Increase of Mass of the Sun (0)
- A MODIFICATION OF LAGRANGE'S EQUATIONS FOR SMALL OSCILLATIONS WHEN SOME NATURAL FREQUENCIES ARE HIGH (0)
- The Nature of Mathematics (0)
- The Figure of the Earth: a Reply to Mr. Hinks (0)
- Gravity Anomalies in the East Indian Archipelago: Discussion (0)
- The Case of Equal Periods in Gyroscopic Systems (0)
- Insolation and denudation; note on Dr. Blackwelder's paper (0)
- Theory of Probability. (0)
- The Constant of Nutation (0)
- Theory of Probability (0)
- Meeting of 1955 May 13 (0)
- ON THE RADIOACTIVITY OF POTASSIUM (0)
- The President's Address on the Award of the Gold Medal to Professor Thomas George Cowling (0)
- On Very Long Love Waves (0)
- Note on the State of the Outer Planets (0)
- Reliability of Seismograph Stations (0)
- ‘Digging’ in Rowing. (0)
- [Letters to Editor] (0)
- The variation of latitude and the 19-yearly nutation (0)
- Additional Meeting of 1956 July 10 (0)
- A Symmetrical Interpolation Formula, using Second Divided Differences (0)
- 1837. Teaching of Geometry and Statistics (0)
- Deep Foci and Distribution of Velocity (0)
- V.—The Causes of Mountain-Building (0)
- Scientific Explanation: a study of the function of theory, probability and law in science, R. B. Braithwaite (The University Press, Cambridge, 1953. Pp. xii + 376. 40s.) (0)
- Physics of the Earth@@@Earthquakes and Mountains (0)
- VIII. The force-function in the theory of ordinary relativity (0)
- LIV.The effect of gravitation on light (0)
- Some Needs of Geophysics (0)
- On the Origin of the Solar System (0)
- On Fourier Analysis (0)
- XLVII.On wood's criticism of Wien's distribution law (0)
- Operational Methods in Mathematical Physics.@@@Invariants of Quadratic Differential Forms. (0)
- On statistically steady distributions in astronomy (0)
- Artificial Production of Rain (0)
- Distant P and PKP (0)
- 3267. Structure of Antisymmetrical Determinants (0)
- Constitution of the Earth (0)
- XXV. Discussion (0)
- Theoretical and observational seismology (0)
- The Strength of the Earth: Review@@@Strength and Structure of the Earth (0)
- Notes on the variation of latitude (0)
- Philosophy and Modern Science (0)
- Meeting of 1956 May 11 (0)
- Science, Logic and Philosophy (0)
- Uniform Motion in the Æther (0)
- [Book Reviews] (0)
- The Effect of a Resisting Medium on Lagrange's Three Particles (0)
- THE RECONSTRUCTION OF ELEMENTARY BOTANICAL TEACHING. (0)
- Doubts and Suggestions on Terrestrial Isostasy: Discussion (0)
- Mathematics, probability and miscellaneous other sciences (0)
- Dissipation of energy and thermal history (0)
- Notes on the variation of latitude (0)
- Dissipative interaction between satellites (0)
- Collected Papers of Sir Harold Jeffreys. Volume 6. Mathematics, Probability and Miscellaneous Other Sciences (0)
- Errata : The effect of tidal friction on eccentricity and inclination (M. N. , 122, 339, 1961) (0)

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