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Cited by: Charles Lyell challenged catastrophism with the publication in of the first volume of his book Principles of Geology which presented a variety of geological evidence from England, France, Italy and Spain to prove Hutton's ideas of gradualism correct.
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GEOLOGICAL TIME A Scientific Revolution Just as a political revolution changes the way we think about a country or the world (e.g. Industrial revolution (), or the American () and French () revolutions), a scientific revolution changes the way we think about science, the.
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While Hutton developed the concept of uniformitarianism, Charles Lyell () made the idea famous in his influential book Principles of Geology, first published in Based on many observations and examples, he convinced many--and perhaps most importantly, a young Charles Darwin--that geological processes act slowly and continuously.
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