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March 16, 1864|
|Died||November 1, 1944(aged 80)|
|Institutions||Collège de France|
|Known for||Pioneering petrography of sedimentary rocks|
|Notable awards||Member, French Academy of Sciences|
In 1902, he joined the l'Ecole des Mines and become a professor of geology. In 1912, he was named as professor of geology at the Collège de France. He was admitted to the Académie des Sciences in 1928.
- "Études des Gites Minéraux de la France", 1906.
- "Les Minerais de Fer Oolithiques de France", 1909.
- "Introduction à l'étude Pétrographique des Roches Sédimentaires", 1916.
- "Les Roches Sédimentaires de France", 1929.
- "Les Phosphates de Chaux Sédimentaire de France", 1941.
- "Causes Anciennes et Causes Actuelles en Géologie", 1941.
He also published a number of scientific papers.
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