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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).
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.
Darwin did what was necessary to pass his exams but devoted himself to sporting pastimes, competitive beetle-hunting, and cultivation of Cambridge faculty with scientific interests: particularly geologist Adam Sedgwick and botanist John Stevens Henslow.