Geological Explorations in Central Borneo (1893-94)
This book, first published in 1902, is the product of the detailed geological survey undertaken by the Borneo Expedition of the late nineteenth century. The scientific exploration focused on Central Borneo, especially the sources of the Kapoewas and its tributaries, and its analysis of the geology of the region still today forms the bedrock of research into the area.
Table of Contents
1. The River Kapoewas Below Semitau 2. Semitau and Neighbourhood 3. Mount Kenepai 4. The Mandai River and the Muller-Mountains 5. The Lake-District 6. Mount Setoengoel, Sintang and Mount Kelam 7. The Embaloeh River 8. The Upper Kapoewas, the Boegnan, the Boelit, and the Boundary Mountains Between West and East Borneo 9. The Seberoewang and the Embahoe 10. Right Across Butch Borneo from North to South 11. Geological Description of the Section Across Dutch Borneo, from North to South 12. Summary of the Geology of a Portion of Central Borneo to the East of the Meridian of Sintang 13. Remarks on the Kapoewas and Some Other Rivers of Borneo 14. About Karangas and Pintas