Reference numberCMB/49
TitleBermuda Oceanographic Committee
Date23 July 1936 - 16 July 1941
DescriptionCommittee appointed by Council Minute of meeting held on 9 July 1935, item14 ' Read letter f rom Dr E J Allen, who inquired after consultation with officials of the minitry of Agricultuer and Fisheries and of the Development Commission, whether the Royal Society would be willing to set up a British Committee whose duties ould be-
(i) to drae up, in co-operatino with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and the Bermuda Biological Station, a detailed scheme of oceanogrphic work, and,

(ii) to be responsible for the financial administration of any money subscribed privately or received from Government sources on behalf of the Bermuda Station

Resolved - That a Committee be formed for these purposes and that the following be nominated members of the Bermuda Oceanogrphic Committee: - Dr W R G Atkins; Dr J N Carruthers; Sir Percy Douglas; Professor W Garstang; Professor A V Hill; Dr S W Kemp (Secretary); Professor E W MacBride (Chairman); Dr F J W Roughton; and Dr J B Tait.

Printed copy of the minute pasted into front cover
Extent1 volume
Access statusOpen
Related materialsee also MM 18 3-4
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