Museum, University of Nebraska State
Date of this Version
BULLETIN 7 VOLUME 1 JUNE,1925
So much has been written during the past century on the origin, structure and occurrence of fulgurites, or lightning tubes, found in many parts of the world that it would seem as though little remains to be added to the literature on the subject; but the discovery of a considerable number of unusually large and complete specimens in Holt and Stanton Counties, Nebraska, which exhibit remarkable definition of the particular features that have occasioned so much controversy regarding their formative processes, has added an important type to the representatives of this phenomenon and afforded clearer interpretation of the origin of certain disputed structures.
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