Author:William Hopkins

William Hopkins
English mathematician and geologist
William Hopkins


  • Elements of Trigonometry, London, 1833, external link
  • Abstract of a Memoir on Physical Geology, Cambridge, 1836.
  • On the State of the Interior of the Earth. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1837 [1]
  • Investigation of Effects of the Sun's and Moon's Attraction according as the earth is solid, or a fluid surrounded by a rigid shell 1847
  • Theoretical Investigations on the Motion of Glaciers, Cambridge, 1842.
  • Researches in Physical Geology, "Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society", vol. 6, part 1, pp. 1-84 (PDF)
  • 'Transport of Erratic Blocks,' Transactions of Cambridge Philosophical Society, vol. viii. pt. ii., 1844.
  • 'Geology,' in Cambridge Essays, 1857.
  • On the Causes which may have produced changes in the Earth's superficial Temperature (1851)

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