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Founded in 1882, the Colorado Scientific Society promotes knowledge, the understanding of science, and its application to human needs, focusing primarily on earth science, but welcoming members with interests in all fields of science.

 

Some Interesting Articles from the Past Two Centuries of CSS

 

Fischer, R.P., Haff, J.C., and Rominger, J.F., 1947, Vanadium deposits near Placerville, San Miguel County, Colorado: Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings, vol. 15, no. 3, p.115-134, 2 plates.

Varnes, D.J., 1947, Recent developments on the Black Bear vein, San Miguel County, Colorado: Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings., vol. 15, no. 3, p. 135-146.

Emmons, S. F., 1885-1887, Preliminary Notes on Aspen, Colorado: Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, vol. 2, p. 251-277.


 

Cannon, George L., 1906, Notes on Some Fossils Recently Discovered near Denver, Colorado: Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, vol. 8.


 



S. F. Emmons
Presidential Address
January 2, 1883

Emmons, S. F., 1883, Address of the President, S. F. Emmons: Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, vol. 1, p. 4-12.

 

 

Lakes, A., 1905, Geology of the Hot Springs of Colorado and Speculations as to Their Origin and Heat: Proceedings of the Colorado Scientific Society, vol. 8: p. 31-38.

 

 


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