Reference numberEC/1879/14
Previous numbersCert X, 347
TitleEverett, Joseph David: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJoseph D Everett.
Distinguished for his acquaintance with Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. Author of the following papers: - On a Method of Reducing Observations of Underground Temperature. Trans RSE April 1860
Investigation of an Expression for the Mean Temperature of a Stratum of Soil in terms of the time of Year. Trans RSE Feb 1862
Reduction of the Observations of the Deep-sunk Thermometers of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, from 1846 to 1859. Greenwich Obsns, 1860
Descriptions of a Method of Reducing Observations with a view to the Comparison of Climates. Edin New Phil Jour. July 1861
Further Remarks on a Method of Reducing Observations of Temperature. Amer Jour Sci Arts Sept 1863
Account of Observations of Atmospheric Electricity taken at Windsor, Novia Scotia. Proc RS, June 1863 & Jan 1865
Results of Obsns of Atmospheric Electricity at Kew Observatory, and at Windsor, Nova Scotia. Phil Trans Dec 1867
Account of Experiments on Torsion and Flexure for the Determination of Rigidities. Phil Trans Feb 1866, Feb 1867, & Jan 1868
Description of a New Proportion Table equivalent to a Sliding Rule 13 ft 4 in long. Phil Mag Nov 1866
On the Opticsof Mirage. Phil Mag March and April 1873, and Proceedings of Belfast Nat Hist & Phil Soc Nov 1872
On the Kinematics of a Rigid Body. Quarterly Journal of Mathematics No 49 1874
On a New Method in Statics and Kinematics. Mess of Mathematics No 39, 1874, No 45, 1875, & No 53, 1875
Reports of the Underground Temperature Committee of the British Association (10 reports) Brit Assocn Reports from 1868 onwards
On Underground Temperature. Proc Belfast Nat Hist & Phil Society
Report on Atmonspheric Electricity, prepared at the request of the Permanent Committee of the Vienna Congress (in hands of Sec not yet printed)
Translation of Deschanel's 'Traite Elementaire de Physique, with many parts rewritten. In 4 parts 8vo, publication completed 1872
Illustrations of the Centimetre-Gramme-Second System of Units, Published by the Physical Society of London 1875
Elementary Text-Book of Physics, 1877.
Secretary now for many years of the British Association Committee (reappointed from uear to uear) on Underground Temperature
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. William Thomson; G B Airy; James Thomson; J Clerk Maxwell; James R Napier; John Cleland; Warren De La Rue; J H Gladstone; Frederick Guthrie; R B Clifton; C W Merrifield; Henry J S Smith; G Carey Foster; W G Adams
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Everett, Joseph David: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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