Reference numberEC/1914/09
Previous numbersCert XIII, 70; A02662
TitleGarwood, Edmund Johnston: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationYates-Goldsmild Professor of Geology and Mineralogy in the University of London. Author of: - 'Origin of the Concretions in the Magnesian Limestone' (Geol Mag, 1891); 'The Geology of Northumberland - County History of Northumberland' (vols i-vi); 'Contributions to the Glacial Geology of Spitzbergen' (with Dr J W Gregory, Quart Journ Geol Soc, vol liv); 'Addition Notes on the Glacial Phenomena of Spitzbergen' (ibid, vol lv); 'Notes on a Map of the Glacier of Kargchenjunga' (Geogr Journ, 1902); 'Hanging Valleys in the Alps and Himalayas' (Quart Journ Geol Soc, vol lviii); 'The Geological Structure and Physical Features of Sikkim' (Appendix to 'Round Kangchenjunga', by D W Freshfield, 1903); 'The Tarns of the Canton Ticino' (Quart Journ Geol Soc, vol lxii); 'The Faunal Succession in the Carboniferous Limestone of Westmorland' (Geol Mag, 1907); 'The Geology of Tynemouth Parish - County History of Northumberland' (vol viii); 'Note on a new Sounding Machine for use on Lakes and Rivers without a Boat' (Proc Roy Soc, A, vol lxxxi, 1908); The Geology of Northlumberland and Durham' (Jubilee volume of Geol Assoc, Part iv); 'The Lower Carboniferous Succession in the North-West of England' (Quart Journ Geol Soc, lxviii).
ProposersT G Bonney; T McK Hughes; J E Marr; A Harker; J J H Teall; A Strahan; L Fletcher; A S Woodward; F A Bather; G T Prior; A R Cushny; Henry A Miers; A W Crossley; W F Petrie; J N Collie; F W Oliver; W B Dawkins; G W Lamplugh; W W Watts; J W Judd; E T Newton; Henry H Howorth
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Garwood, Edmund Johnston: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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