胡適看哈定夫婦 他下月要去新疆 努力學突厥語 很令他欽佩
約隔10年之後 北大地質系某美國教授半生殘廢 卻努力作學問.....
地質學美國人教授 1937/1/9 A. W. Grabau 67 歲生日宴—半生殘廢而努力做學問:胡適日記全集: - Google 圖書結果胡適日記 1934/1/9 生日
1940.1.8 發電慶 Grabau, A.W 博士70歲生日
1930.10.23 日記.....Dr. A. W. Grabau......他兩腳已不能行動， 行動皆需人抬。 然而他的興致不少衰.......前幾天我的演講，他也去聽。
Grabau, A.W.; 1923: Stratigraphy of China, Part 1: Palaeozoic and lower, Geological Survey of China, 529 pp.
[strətígrəfi] [名][U]《地質学》層位学, 層序学.
Amadeus William Grabau was a German-American paleontologist and geologist who was born on January 9, 1870 in Cedarburgh, Wisconsin in the United States and died on March 20, 1946 in Peking, China. He was employed as faculty at MIT and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. In 1901 he became a professor at Columbia University in New York and he later become professor at Peking National University in 1919. As part of his life's work, he conducted a geologic survey of China, and is now known as the father of Chinese geology. He was also a prolific author, publishing at least 10 books in the first half of the 20th century. Grabau developed various theories during his lifetime, among them the theory of rhythms concerning the growth of the earth's crust and a theory concerning mountain building and creation. The Dorsum Grabau, a wrinkle ridge on the Moon is named after him. For a biography of Grabau and his wife, the Jewish writer Mary Antin, see "A Romance in Natural History: The Lives and Works of Amadeus Grabau and Mary Antin," by Allan Mazur, Syracuse University.
RecognitionIn 1936, Grabau was awarded the Mary Clark Thompson Medal from the National Academy of Sciences for most important service to geology and paleontology.
BooksA list of books written by Grabau, and their publication dates. 
- North American Index Fossils (1909, 1910)
- Principles of Stratigraphy (1913)
- Textbook of Geology (1920–21) Two volumes
- Silurian Fossils of Yunnan (1920)
- Ordovician Fossils of North China (1921)
- Paleozoic Corals of China (1921)
- Stratigraphy of China (1924–25)
- Migration of Geosynclines (1924)
- Early Permian Fossils of China (1934)
- Rhythm of the Ages (1940)
- ^ "Mary Clark Thompson Medal". National Academy of Sciences. http://www.nasonline.org/site/PageServer?pagename=AWARDS_thompson. Retrieved 14 February 2011.
- ^ Encyclopedia Britannica
The Geological Survey of China (CGS) (simplified Chinese: 中国地质调查局) is a government-owned, not-for-profit, Chinese organization researching China's mineral resources. It is the largest Geoscience agency in China since being reconstructed in 1999.
HistoryThe Geological Survey of China originated in the early days of the Republic of China (when it had control over mainland China).  Many prominent geologists and paleontologists worked with the Survey in the early days, such as Davidson Black. It was disbanded after the People's Republic of China gained control over mainland China and just recently reconstructed.
Science 18 June 1943:
Vol. 97 no. 2529 pp. 555-556
Vol. 97 no. 2529 pp. 555-556