Reference numberEC/1903/13
Previous numbersCert XII, 177
TitleStrahan, Sir Aubrey: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished for careful work on Stratigraphical and Physical Geology. Has served on the staff of the Geological Survey since 1875, and during the past time years has been in charge of the re-survey of the South Wales Coalfield. Awarded the Wollaston Donation Fund by the Council of the Geological Society, 1894; has sinced served on the Council. Author of Geological Survey Memoirs on Chester (1881); Rhyl, Abergele, &c (1885); Flint, Mold, &c (1890); Isle of Purbeck and Weymouth (1898); and Geology of South Wales Coalfield, parts 1-2 (1899-1900); and has contributed to Memoirs on Lincoln (1888), Isle of Wight, ed ii (1889), and others. Author of Original Papers in Quart Journ Geol Soc on Ludlow Fossils in Lower Carboniferous Conglomerates, North Wales (with A O Walker, 1879); Glaciation of South Lancashire, Cheshire, &c (1886); Lincolnshire Carstone (1886); Phosphatic Chalk, Taplow (1891); Overthrusts of Tertiary Date in Dorset (1895); Submerged Land Surfaces at Barry, Glamorgan (1896); Glacial Phenomena of Palaeozoic Age in Varanger fiord (1897); author of Papers also in the Geological Magazine, and in the Reports of the British Association.
ProposersArchibald Geikie; Henry E Roscoe; W Whitaker; John Evans; J W Judd; C Lapworth; W H Hudlestone; T G Bonney; H B Woodward; E T Newton; J Horne; G J Hindle; C Reid; A S Woodward; H Woodward; J Milne
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Strahan, Sir Aubrey: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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