Section E of the American Association for the Advancement of Science held a series of meetings in Nashville, Tennessee, December 27 and 28, 1927. The Chairman of Section E for the year 1927 was Charles Schuchert, who was also a Vice-President of the American Association. The retiring Chairman was George H. Ashley. His address was read at the joint dinner of Section E with the Association of American Geographers. This address, entitled “Geology and the world at large,” has been published elsewhere.1
The following papers were read at the meeting by Fellows of the Geological Society of America and invited guests:
TITLES AND ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS BY FELLOWS OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA AND INVITED GUESTS
SYMPOSIUM ON THE MESOZOIO-CENOZOIC STRATIGRAPHY OF THE GULF STATES
GEOLOGY OF FLORIDA
BY HERMAN GUNTER AND J. H. C. MARTENS
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