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Reference numberEC/1875/22
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TitleGeikie, James Murdoch: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJames Geikie.
Author of "The Great Ice Age and its relation to the Antiquity of Man" "On the Changes of Climate during the Glacial Epoch" "On the Glacial Phenomena of the Outer Hebrides" (Quart Journ Geol Soc) and of various papers on Palaeozoic, Glacial and Post-Tertiary Geology in the Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh; the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London; the Transactions of the North of England Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers; the Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute; the Transactions of the Glasgow Geological Society; and the Geological Magazine; District Surveyor on the Geological Survey in Scotland for years, during which time he has surveyed, and drawn many sections through, large areas in the Central and Southern districts of Scotland which he has described in the published "Explanations" issued by the Geological Survey.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. John J Bigsby; John Lubbock; Ch Darwin; E W Cooke.
From Personal Knowledge. H W Bristow; Robert Etheridge; Josh Prestwich; W Boyd Dawkins; Edward Hull; David Forbes; Arch Geikie; Robert Hunt; John Tyndall; J Gwyn Jeffreys; A Scott Waugh; Hy B Tristram
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Geikie, James Murdoch: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6443Geikie; James Murdoch (1839 - 1915)1839 - 1915
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