Mount Lyell

Mount Lyell

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Note - the Mountains named after Charles Lyell were done so in the nineteenth century during the controversy about Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.

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  • Mount Lyell —   [maʊnt laɪəl], ehemaliges Bergbaugebiet im Westen Tasmaniens, Australien, benannt nach dem M. Lyell (880 m über dem Meeresspiegel); einstige bedeutende Kupfermine, auch Gewinnung von Gold und Silber (1892 1988) …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company — was a Tasmanian mining company formed on the 29 March 1893, most commonly referred to as Mount Lyell. Mount Lyell was the dominant copper mining company of the West Coast from 1893 to 1994, and was based in Queenstown, Tasmania. Following… …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Lyell (Tasmania) — Mount Lyell Western end of Mount Lyell from the Lake Margaret road Elevation 917 m (3,009 ft) …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Lyell (Canada) — Mount Lyell …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Lyell Shrew — Conservation status Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Lyell Salamander — in the Sierra Nevada of California Conservation status …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Lyell (California) — This article is about the mountain in California, For other geographic features with this name, see Mount Lyell Mount Lyell Mount Lyell, June 2005 Elevatio …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Lyell Remediation and Research and Demonstration Program — The Mount Lyell Remediation and Research and Demonstration Program was a joint program between the Supervising Scientist Australia and the Department of Environment and Land Management, Tasmania to clean up the King River, Queen River and… …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Lyell — /maʊnt ˈlaɪəl/ (say mownt luyuhl) noun a mining area in central western Tasmania, just north of Queenstown; early gold and silver mining; now copper extracted with silver and gold as by products; lunar landscape due to early smelting methods… …  

  • North Mount Lyell Railway — The North Mount Lyell Railway was built to service the North Mount Lyell mine in West Coast Tasmania at the start of the Twentieth century to take ore from Gormanston east of the West Coast Range to the Crotty smelters, and then on to Pillinger… …   Wikipedia

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