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Sedgwick

(ˈsɛdʒwɪk)
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(Biography) Adam. 1785–1873, English geologist; played a major role in establishing parts of the geological time scale, esp the Cambrian and Devonian periods
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Wedyn rydym wedi cyrraedd Ogof Cefn Meiriadog, Charles Darwin ac Adam Sedgwick a'r dant rheinosoraidd.
Adam Sedgwick was a leading figure in which scientific field?
A su regreso a Inglaterra en 1905 escribio una carta dirigida a Adam Sedgwick, director academico, en la cual se solicitaba la creacion de una materia dedicada a la herencia y donde se menciono por primera vez el termino "genetica" como se conoce hoy en dia.
In1831 he went on a tour of North Wales with one of the most renowned geologists of his time, Professor Adam Sedgwick.
Murchison next studied a series of disturbed sedimentary rocks that lay between Silurian and Carboniferous rocks in southwestern England, which he and his long-time collaborator Adam Sedgwick named the Devonian (417-354 million years ago).
Nonetheless, instructors preparing lectures or class discussions may find useful the primary source selections such as the famous third chapter on "Struggle for Existence" from The Origin of Species, Adam Sedgwick's contemporary critique of Darwin from the 1860 issue of The Spectator, or Joseph D.
Adam Sedgwick, the Cambridge geologist, on the other hand, reckoned it must have been written by a woman, and attacked it in a blistering review.