Bulletin volcanologique

, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp 151–158 | Cite as

Henry Stephens Washington

  • A. Pelloux


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Elenco Delle Pubblicazioni DI H. S. Washington Che Si Riferiscono All’Italia

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    Italian petrological sketches : I — The Bolsena region. Journal of Geology, vol. IV, n. 5, Chicago, 1896.II — The Viterbo region. Id., n. 7III-The Bracciano, Cerveteri and Tolfa regions. Id., vol. V, n 1, Chicago 1807.IV — The Roccamonfina region. Id., n. 3.V — Summary and conclusions. Id., n. 4.Google Scholar
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    On some ischian trachytes. The american journal of Scien- ces, 5a serie, vol. I, n. 5, New Haven, 1896.Google Scholar
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    Some analysis of italian volcanic rocks. I — Trachytes of phlegreans fields and Ischia. Id., vol. VIII, n. 46, 1899.Google Scholar
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    Idem. II, Id., vol. IX, n. 49, 1900.Google Scholar
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    A chemical study of the glauchophane schists, Id., vol. XI, 1901 (comprende anche gli scisti a glaucofane del Piemonte e della Corsica).Google Scholar
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    The roman comagmatic region. Washington, 1906.Google Scholar
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    The formation of leucite in igneous rocks. The american journal of Geology, vol. XV, 1907.Google Scholar
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    Linosa. and its rocks. Id., vol. XVI, 1908.Google Scholar
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    Kaersutile from Linosa and Greenland with optical studies, by F. E. Wright. American Journal of Sciences, vol. XXVI, n. 135, New Haven, 1908.Google Scholar
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    A feldspar from Linosa and the existence of soda anor- thite (Camegieite) by H. S. Washington and F. E. Wright. Id., vol. XXIX, 1910.Google Scholar
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    The Volcanic cycles in Sardinia. Compte-Rendu de la XII session. Congrès géologique international. Ottawa, 1914.Google Scholar
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    The volcanoes and rocks of Pantelleria. Journal of Geo- logy, vol. XXII, Chicago 1914.Google Scholar
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    The analcite basalts of Sardinia. Idem.Google Scholar
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    I basalti analcitici della Sardegna con un sommario della classificazione quantitativa. Boll. Società Geologica italiana, vo- lume XXXIII, Roma 1914.Google Scholar
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    Present conditions of the volcanoes of southern Italy, by H. S. Washington and A. L. Day. Bulletin of the Geol. Soc. of America, 1915, XXVI.Google Scholar
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    Contributions to Sardinian petrography. IThe rocks of Monte Ferru. The american journal of Science, vol. XXXIX, New Haven, 1915.Google Scholar
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    Nephelite crystals fron Monte Ferru, by H. S. Washington and H. E. Merwin. Journal of Washington Academy of Scien- ces, 1915.Google Scholar
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    Persistence of vents at Stromboli and its bearing on Volcanic Mechanism. Bolletin of the Geological Society of America, vo- lume XXVIII, 1917.Google Scholar
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    Augite from Stromboli. By S. Kozu and H. S. Washington, American journal of Science, vol. XLV, New Haven. 1918.Google Scholar
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    Italian leucitic lavas as a source of potash, 1918.Google Scholar
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    The rhyolites of Lipari. Id., vol. L, New Haven, 1920.Google Scholar
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    Italite, a new leucite rock. Id.Google Scholar
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    Note on augite from Vesuvius and Etna, Id.Google Scholar
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    Augite of the Alban hills Italy. American Mineralogist, vol. 8, 1923.Google Scholar
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    Notes on the solfatara of Sousaki (Greece), a recent eru- ption at Methana (Greece), and recent Maccalube at Volcano. The journal of Geology, vol. XXXII, 1924.Google Scholar
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    Report on ancient Roman building materials. Carnegie Institution Yearbook, n. 22, 1923.Google Scholar
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    The lavas of Etna. Am. Journ. of Science, vol. XII, New Haven, 1926.Google Scholar
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    The Italite locality of Villa Senni. Id., vol. XIV, 1927.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Pelloux
    • 1
  1. 1.R. Università di GenovaSwitzerland

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