|Gustave Émile Haug|
Gustave Émile Haug
|Born||19 June 1861
|Died||28 August 1927
|Known for||geosyncline theory|
In 1884 he received his doctorate in natural sciences from the University of Strasbourg with a dissertation on the ammonite genus Harpoceras, titled "Beiträge zu einer monographie der Ammonitengattung Harpoceras". In 1897 he became maître de conférences at the Sorbonne in Paris, where in 1904 he was named a full professor of geology.
His major work, "Traité de géologie", was published in two volumes (1907–11; Vol. I. "Les phénomènes géologiques", Vol. II. "Les périodes géologiques"), with volume II being issued in three parts. He was also the author of:
- "Les géosynclinaux et les aires Continentales", (1900).
- "Les nappes de chariage de la Basse-Provence", (two volumes; 1925, 1930).
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