RECORD: Darwin, C. R. [Santa Cruz calculations]. [4-5.1834] CUL-DAR34.120-121 Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker, edited by John van Wyhe (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)

REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker, corrections and editing by John van Wyhe 3.2011. RN1

NOTE: This document, part of the largest scientific document composed by Darwin during the voyage of the Beagle, is written mostly in ink. Marginal notes are here integrated into the text.

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See the introduction to the Geological Diary by Gordon Chancellor.


120

noon — cliffs = 418 + 140 = 558

M. Stepout little [illeg] 54 479 + 194 = 673

(Z) plain = 525 + 218 = 743

The height of supposed plain beneath lava + 63 imagined — gravel } 650 587 + 294 = 944 ??

or with 212 gravel 587 + 212 = 1093 ??

Alluvium = 310 + 329 = 639. —

121

20th 69. 05. 00 59
17
42
5 4
0 9
3 6
Ap. 21 69. 17. 30
25th 69. 59. 15 — 69.38  
26th 70. 09. 15 —   70.4
28th 70. 32. 45 — (- 2.)    
29. 70. 42. 30 —    
30. 70. 55. 00—    
3d 71. 45. 15    
4th am. 71. 46. 15    
  71. 55. 15    

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