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Charles Darwin

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...n Darwin, aged 45 in 1854, by then working towards publication of On the Orig... ... Born Charles Robert Darwin (1809-02-12)12 February 1809 Th... ... Born Charles Robert Darwin (1809-02-12)12 February 1809 The Mount, Shrews... ... Alexander von Humboldt John Herschel Charles Lyell Influenced ... ... Spouse Emma Darwin (married 1839) Childr... ... Charles Robert Darwin, FRS (;[1] 12 February 1809 – 19 April... ... Charles Robert Darwin, FRS (;[1] 12 February 1809 – 19 April 1882) was an E... ...shed him as an eminent geologist whose observations and theories supported Charles Lyell's uniformitarian ideas, and publication of his journal of the... ...raphy Early life and education Charles Robert Darwin was born in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, on 12 Fe...

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Charles Darwin bibliography

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... This is a partial list of the writings of Charles Darwin, including his main works. ... ... This is a partial list of the writings of Charles Darwin, including his main works. All of ... ...in works. All of his writings are available at The Complete Works of Charles Darwin Online: the Table of Contents provides a compl... .... All of his writings are available at The Complete Works of Charles Darwin Online: the Table of Contents provides a complete bibl... .... For Public Domain plain text unauthoritative versions of his major works, see Works by Charles Darwin at Project Gutenberg There... ...blic Domain plain text unauthoritative versions of his major works, see Works by Charles Darwin at Project Gutenberg There is a co... ... There is a collected printed edition, the standard for scholarly use: The Works of Charles Darwin, ed. by Paul H Barrett and Richard Broke Freem... ...ere is a collected printed edition, the standard for scholarly use: The Works of Charles Darwin, ed. by Paul H Barrett and Richard Broke Freeman. New ... ...843 in five Parts (and nineteen numbers) by various authors, edited and superintended by Charles Darwin, who contributed sections to two of the Parts:...

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Charles Darwin's Works

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Charles Darwin's education

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...le and the eventual inception of his theory of natural selection. Although Darwin changed his field of interest several times in these formative years... ...and influences Erasmus Darwin, Charles Darwin's paternal grandfather, helped influence Darwin's la... ...uences Erasmus Darwin, Charles Darwin's paternal grandfather, helped influence Darwin's later reli... ... later religious views. Born in 1809, Charles Darwin grew up in a conservative era when repression of revolutiona... ...eligious views. Born in 1809, Charles Darwin grew up in a conservative era when repression of revolutionary Radic... ...nd their replacements were considered to be immutable. Darwin's extended family of Darwins and Wedgwoods was strongly Unitarian. O... ...s Darwin, was a successful physician, and was followed in this by his sons Charles Darwin, who died while still a promising medical student at the Uni... ...anticipating the theory later developed by Jean-Baptiste Lamarck. Although Charles was born after his grandfather Erasmus died, his father Robert foun... ...us died, his father Robert found the texts an invaluable medical guide and Charles read them as a student. Doctor Robert also followed Erasmus in bein...

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Charles Darwin's Works

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Charles Darwin Reserve

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Charles Darwin's Works

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Charles Darwin Research Station

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Charles Darwin's Works

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Charles Darwin National Park

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...nal Park is in the Northern Territory of Australia, 4 km southeast of Darwin . It is notable for its World War II–era concrete bunkers, one ... ... display of World War II memorabilia. It also has lookouts towards the city of Darwin. It contains midden s used by the Larrakia people. The park ... ... suitable for bush walking, as well as a mountain bike trail maintained by the Darwin Off-Road Cyclists Club. Regular events held in the park include...

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Charles Darwin Foundation

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...n is dedicated to the conservation of the Galapagos Islands ecosystems. The Charles Darwin Research Station (CDRS) serves as headquarters for The ... ...icated to the conservation of the Galapagos Islands ecosystems. The Charles Darwin Research Station (CDRS) serves as headquarters for The Foundati... ...ith the government to promote Galapagos conservation throughout Ecuador . The Charles Darwin Foundation is based in Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, Ecuador.... ...government to promote Galapagos conservation throughout Ecuador . The Charles Darwin Foundation is based in Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, Ecuador. .]] M... ...n Foundation is based in Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, Ecuador. .]] Mission "The Charles Darwin Foundation exists to provide knowledge and support to en... ...tion is based in Puerto Ayora, Galapagos, Ecuador. .]] Mission "The Charles Darwin Foundation exists to provide knowledge and support to ensure the... ...nternationally.To watch over and provide for the successful functioning of the Charles Darwin Research Station with the goal of accomplishing the obje... ...onally.To watch over and provide for the successful functioning of the Charles Darwin Research Station with the goal of accomplishing the objectives o... ...arch Station with the goal of accomplishing the objectives of the Foundation. Charles Darwin Foundation, Inc. Note: The Charles Darwin Foundation, I...

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Charles Darwin's health

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...For much of his adult life, Charles Darwin's health was repeatedly compromised by an uncommon combinati... ...For much of his adult life, Charles Darwin's health was repeatedly compromised by an uncommon combination of sy... ... periods of time. However, in some ways this may have helped his work, and Charles Darwin wrote "Even ill-health, though it has annihilated several ye... ... of time. However, in some ways this may have helped his work, and Charles Darwin wrote "Even ill-health, though it has annihilated several years of m... ...ment of illness and symptoms As a medical student at Edinburgh University, Darwin found that he was too sensitive to the sight of blood and the brutal... ...l and accomplished little during the following year. For over forty years Darwin suffered intermittently from various combinations of symptoms such a... ...ainting, tachycardia, insomnia, tinnitus, and depression. Water treatment Darwin had no success with conventional treatments. In 1849, after about fo...

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RRS Charles Darwin

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...W= Ship aircraft= Ship aircraft facilities= Ship notes= /> The RRS Charles Darwin was a Royal Research Ship belonging to the British Nat... ... aircraft= Ship aircraft facilities= Ship notes= /> The RRS Charles Darwin was a Royal Research Ship belonging to the British Natural Env... ...een the geophysical survey vessel, RV Ocean Researcher, History RRS Charles Darwin was built in 1985 by Appledore Shipbuilders in Devon . N... ...geophysical survey vessel, RV Ocean Researcher, History RRS Charles Darwin was built in 1985 by Appledore Shipbuilders in Devon . Named aft... ... in oceanography, geology, and geophysics . After 21 years of service, Charles Darwin was retired in June 2006, and replaced by the . Purchased ... ...anography, geology, and geophysics . After 21 years of service, Charles Darwin was retired in June 2006, and replaced by the . Purchased by Gard... ...Researcher, and now conducts geophysical surveys. Science cruises RRS Charles Darwin carried out 180 research cruises, worldwide, in her 21 year... ...er, and now conducts geophysical surveys. Science cruises RRS Charles Darwin carried out 180 research cruises, worldwide, in her 21 years as a N... ... Oceanography Centre, Southampton, studying climate change, have used RRS Charles Darwin to investigate the slowing of the Gulf Stream . Her final ...

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Correspondence of Charles Darwin

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...The British naturalist Charles Darwin had correspondence with numerous other luminaries of his age and mem... ...ligious debate and discussion. The letters also illuminate many aspects of Darwin's work: the development of his scientific ideas; his opinions on iss... ...for his ideas amongst friends and colleagues. Analysis and publication of Darwin's correspondence has been a main focus of the so-called Darwin Indus... ...dustry of historical scholarship. History Correspondence was central to Darwin's research. In his early years, most of the letters he filed away im... ...win's death, Darwin's son Francis Darwin published The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin in three volumes, to accompany the publication of The Autobi... ...win in three volumes, to accompany the publication of The Autobiography of Charles Darwin. This was later followed by two volumes of More Letters of C... ...ley*Thomas JamiesonLeonard JenynsCharles KingsleyRay LankesterJohn Lubbock*Charles Lyell*Maxwell T. MastersEdward S. Morse Henry Nottidge MoseleyFritz... ...eismannWilliam WhewellWilliam Winwood ReadeChauncey Wright *Browne, Janet, Charles Darwin: Voyaging. Princeton, 1995.Browne, Janet, Charles Darwin: Th... ...tions of letters published by the Correspondence Project include: Origins: Charles Darwin's Selected Letters, 1825–1859 ISBN 978-0-521-89862-1Evolutio...

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Charles Darwin (1758–1778)

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... Charles Darwin (3 September 1758 – 15 May 1778) was the oldest son of Erasmus Darwin (1731–1802) and Mary Howard (1740–70), and was the unc... ...Darwin (1731–1802) and Mary Howard (1740–70), and was the uncle of the famous naturalist Charles Robert Darwin (though dying before his nephew's birth... ...02) and Mary Howard (1740–70), and was the uncle of the famous naturalist Charles Robert Darwin (though dying before his nephew's birth). He showed co... ...ildhood and classical education A memoir by his father recalled young Charles Darwin as having a precocious interest in science, fr... ...and classical education A memoir by his father recalled young Charles Darwin as having a precocious interest in science, from infan... ... this by learning the French language, around the end of October 1766 the eight year old Charles Darwin was sent to Paris with a private tutor, the Re... ... learning the French language, around the end of October 1766 the eight year old Charles Darwin was sent to Paris with a private tutor, the Reverend S... ...us showed deep distress, but was resilient and after about a year found another partner. Charles continued to show impressive abilities as he grew up.... ... varieties of the pulse, their causes & uses in medicine appears to have been one of Charles Darwin's earliest works, showing his abilities in obs...

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Charles Darwin University

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...y options, including part-time, external and online. CDU has campuses in the Darwin suburb of Casuarina, the city of Palmerston, and the towns of... ...nbuy, with smaller training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara . Charles Darwin University was created on 1 January 2004 from the amalga... ...th smaller training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara . Charles Darwin University was created on 1 January 2004 from the amalgamation o... ... January 2004 from the amalgamation of Northern Territory University (NTU) of Darwin and Centralian College of Alice Springs . The University is na... ...win and Centralian College of Alice Springs . The University is named after Charles Darwin, the celebrated English naturalist. History Charles Dar... ... Centralian College of Alice Springs . The University is named after Charles Darwin, the celebrated English naturalist. History Charles Darwin Univ... ...udents from Year 10 to Year 12. Centralian College shares its campus with the Charles Darwin University campus of Alice Springs. Centralian College u... ...proposal to merge with Centralian College with a new name for the university. Charles Darwin University On 21 August 2003, the Northern Territory L... ...y On 21 August 2003, the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly passed the Charles Darwin University Bill, merging Alice Springs ' Centralian Co...

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The Autobiography of Charles Darwin

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...The Autobiography of Charles Darwin is the autobiography of the British naturalist Charles Darwin which ... ...biography of Charles Darwin is the autobiography of the British naturalist Charles Darwin which was published in 1887, five years after his death. Da... ...t Charles Darwin which was published in 1887, five years after his death. Darwin wrote the book, which he entitled Recollections of the Development o... ...bout May 28, 1876 and had finished it by August 3. The book was edited by Charles Darwin's son Francis Darwin, who removed several passages about Dar... ... 28, 1876 and had finished it by August 3. The book was edited by Charles Darwin's son Francis Darwin, who removed several passages about Darwin's cr... ... was published in London by John Murray as part of The life and letters of Charles Darwin, including an autobiographical chapter. The omitted passage... ...lished in London by John Murray as part of The life and letters of Charles Darwin, including an autobiographical chapter. The omitted passages were l... ...was published in London by Collins under the title of The Autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882. With the original omissions restored. Edited and ... ...ters and AutobiographyDarwin, C.R. (ed by Barlow, N) ;The Autobiography of Charles Darwin ISBN 0-393-31069-8 (1993 paperback edition)* The Autobiogra...

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More Letters of Charles Darwin

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...More Letters of Charles Darwin, a sequel to The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin of 1887, was a book in two volumes, published in 1903, edite... ...ore Letters of Charles Darwin, a sequel to The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin of 1887, was a book in two volumes, published in 1903, edited by Fra... ...n of 1887, was a book in two volumes, published in 1903, edited by Francis Darwin and A.C. Seward, containing as the title implies, additional publica... ...implies, additional publications of 782 letters from the correspondence of Charles Darwin. The Times noted that "the two volumes of More Letters of C... ... additional publications of 782 letters from the correspondence of Charles Darwin. The Times noted that "the two volumes of More Letters of Charles D... ...itten".The Times, Monday, Sep 21, 1925; pg. 14; Issue 44072; col D In the Darwin letters trilogy it was followed by (1905/1915) R.B. Freeman noted t... ...d respect, to Joseph Hooker in remembrance of his lifelong friendship with Charles Darwin". It contains a timeline of Darwin's life. The Darwin Corr... ...veburyFriedrich LudwigCharles LyellKatharine Murray Lyell (as "Mrs Lyell", Charles Lyell's sister-in-law)Lady Mary Elizabeth Lyell (wife of Charles Ly... ...s RoyleCharles Valentine RileyThomas Rivers S John Burdon-SandersonLouis Charles Joseph Gaston de Saporta, Comte de SaportaKarl SemperJohn ScottHerm...

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The Genius of Charles Darwin

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Religious views of Charles Darwin

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...became a focus of the creation-evolution controversy in the United States. Charles Darwin had a non-conformist background, but attended a Chur... ... focus of the creation-evolution controversy in the United States. Charles Darwin had a non-conformist background, but attended a Church of En... ...ating about transmutation of species and thinking about religion. Following Darwin's marriage to Emma Wedgwood in January 1839, they shared discu... ...s a result of a benevolent creator's laws which had an overall good effect. To Darwin, natural selection produced the good of adaptation but removed... ...ological views. Though he thought of religion as a tribal survival strategy, Darwin still believed that God was the ultimate lawgiver, and later re... ...mself between conflicting vague probabilities." Darwin's religious background Charles Darwin was born during the Napoleonic Wars and grew up in the... .... While Darwin's parents were open enough to changing social pressures to have Charles baptised in the Church of England, his pious mother took the ... ...e Scottish universities which had a better reputation in fields like medicine. Charles initially attended the University of Edinburgh, and while he w... ... end!, anticipating Lamarckism . Cambridge – theology and geology When Charles proved unable to persevere at medical studies, his father shrew...

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List of things named after Charles Darwin

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... concepts, institutions, and things are namesakes of the English biologist Charles Darwin: ;PlacesCharles Darwin National ParkCharles Darwin Universi... ...s, institutions, and things are namesakes of the English biologist Charles Darwin: ;PlacesCharles Darwin National ParkCharles Darwin UniversityDarwin... ...rwin, Falkland IslandsDarwin, Northern TerritoryDarwin Glacier (California)Darwin Island, Galapagos IslandsDarwin Island (Antarctica)Darwin Sound (Can... ...and, Galapagos IslandsDarwin Island (Antarctica)Darwin Sound (Canada)Mount Darwin (California)Mount Darwin (Tasmania) ;Things named after Darwin in r... ...ia) ;Things named after Darwin in relation to his Beagle voyageCordillera DarwinDarwin's finchesDarwin SoundMount Darwin (Andes) ;PhilosophiesDarwin... ...in's finchesDarwin SoundMount Darwin (Andes) ;PhilosophiesDarwinismSocial Darwinism ;OtherDarwin - an operating systemDarwin (ESA) (a proposed satel...

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The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin

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...The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin is a book published in 1887 edited by Francis Darwin about his fathe... ...rwin is a book published in 1887 edited by Francis Darwin about his father Charles Darwin. It contains a selection of 87 letters from the corresponde... ...a book published in 1887 edited by Francis Darwin about his father Charles Darwin. It contains a selection of 87 letters from the correspondence of C... ... Darwin. It contains a selection of 87 letters from the correspondence of Charles Darwin, an autobiographical chapter written by Charles Darwin for h... ... It contains a selection of 87 letters from the correspondence of Charles Darwin, an autobiographical chapter written by Charles Darwin for his famil... ...Huxley "On the reception of the 'Origin of Species'". It was published by Darwin's publisher John Murray. The autobiographical chapter was edited by... ...ligion. These were later reinstated and published as The Autobiography of Charles Darwin in 1958 by Charles's granddaughter (and Francis's niece) Nor... ...nd Francis's niece) Nora Barlow. The book was the first real biography of Charles Darwin, excepting obituaries, and thus the foundation of the Darwin... ...he Darwin Industry. Further volumes of letters followed - More Letters of Charles Darwin in 1903. Charles's wife Emma Darwin's correspondence was pu...

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The Complete Works of Charles Darwin Online

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...Homepage The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online (or Darwin Online) is a freely-accessible website con... ...Homepage The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online (or Darwin Online) is a freely-accessible website containing ... ...y-accessible website containing the complete print and manuscript works of Charles Darwin, as well as related supplementary material. ... ...ible website containing the complete print and manuscript works of Charles Darwin, as well as related supplementary material. ... ...nal links Overview Darwin Online is a research project and website based at the National Unive... ...cept unpublished letters, which are being made available separately by the Darwin Correspondence Project. In addition Darwin Online includes the large... ... project began in 2002 and first produced a pilot website, The writings of Charles Darwin on the web, replaced in October 2006 by the new website. The... ... References ^ "Charles Darwin's works go online" BBC, Oct. 19, 2006 ... ...line" Nature ^ Review: The Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online in D-Lib Magazine ^ "W...

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