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geologist Giovanni Arduino (1714–1795) was his brother, and the agriculturalist Luigi Arduino (1750–1833) was his son. The standard author abbreviation
List of Italian scientists (3,772 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
called the father of artificial insemination (done at Pavia in 1784) Giovanni Arduino (1714–1795), father of Italian geology, who established bases for stratigraphic
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(1802–1868), French paleontologist, member French Academy of Sciences Giovanni Arduino (1714–1795), Italian, first classification of geological time Richard
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– Christoph Anton Migazzi, Catholic bishop (d. 1803) October 16 – Giovanni Arduino (geologist), Italian geologist (d. 1795) October 19 – Joseph von Petrasch
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1732) March 4 – John Collins, American politician (b. 1717) March 21 – Giovanni Arduino, Italian geologist (b. 1714) April 12 – Johann Kaspar Basselet von
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microscope (presented at the Arts and Industry Exhibition in Milan in 1812) Giovanni Arduino (1714–1795), father of Italian geology, who established bases for stratigraphic
Meanings of minor planet names: 29001–30000 (235 words) [view diff] no match in snippet view article find links to article
volcano, Yamagata prefecture, Japan JPL 29356 Giovarduino 1995 SY29 Giovanni Arduino, Italian geologist JPL 29361 Botticelli 1996 CY Sandro Botticelli)
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possibly including debris from the older mountains. Others including Giovanni Arduino attributed secondary strata to natural causes: Georg Christian Füchsel
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started out his first paper on dolomite synthesis with stating, that Giovanni Arduino (1779) had been the first scientist to suggest the (high-temperature)