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Reference numberEC/1877/09
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TitleJudd, John Wesley: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationMr John W Judd.
The Proceeds of the Wollaston Fund were awarded to Mr Judd in 1873 in aid of his researches in Scottish Geology.
Author of the following memoirs
I. Series of papers on British and Foreign Neocomian Strata - Quarterly Journal of the Geological Socy
(1) On the strata forming the base of the Lincolnshire Wolds Vol XXIII (2) On the Speeton Clay Vol XXIV (3) On the relation of the Neocomian Strata of Yorkshire & Lincolnshire with those of Northn Europe Vol XXV (4) On the Purfield Formation - Vol XXVII. - (5) On the Age of the Wealden - Brit Assn Rep 1870
(6) On the use of the term Neocomian - Geol Mag Vol VII
II. On the Jurassic Rocks of the Midland district -
The Geology of Rutland &c with an introductory Essay on the Classification and Correlation of the Jurassic Rocks of the Midland district of England (a volume of memoirs of HM Geological Survey, 1875); On the origin of the Northampton Sand - Geol Mag Vol VI
On the anomalous mode of growth of certain fossil Oysters Geol Mag Vol VIII &c &c
III. Series of papers on Scottish Geology - in progress in Quarterly J of Geol Socy
On the Secondary rocks of Scotland Part I - vol XXVIII
On the ancient Volcanoes of the Highlands &c &c Vol XXIX
On the Structure and Age of Arthur's Seat - Vol XXX
IV. Contributions to the study of Volcanoes Geol Mag Ser II Vols II & III
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Charles Darwin.
From Personal Knowledge. Edward Hull; G Poulett Scrope; Josh Prestwich; Robert A C Godwin-Austen; John Evans; Nevil Story Maskelyne; David Forbes; H W Bristow; Robt Etheridge; J J Bigsby; Andw C Ramsay; Henry Woodward; James Hector
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Judd, John Wesley: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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