Reference numberEC/1916/21
Previous numbersCert XIII, 114 ; A55674
TitleWoods, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationUniversity Lecturer in Palaeozoology, Cambridge. He has materially assisted in the advancement of science by teaching the methods of scientific research; he is the author of scientific treatises of value (of the more important of which a list is subjoined); and he is distinguished for his knowledge of palaeontology and especially of the fossils of the cretaceous rocks. The following are some of his more important contributions: 'A Monograph of the Cretaceous Lamellibranchiata of England' (2 vols, Palaeontol Soc, 1899-1911); 'The Mollusca of the Chalk Rock' (Quart Journ Geol Soc, vols lii and liii, 1896-1897); 'The Igneous Rocks of the neighbourhood of Builth' (ibid, vol i, 1894); 'The genus Grammatodon' (Ann Mag Nat Hist, vol iii, 1899); 'The genus Desorella' (Geol Mag, 1904); 'The Cretaceous Fauna of Pondoland' (Ann South Africian Museum, vol iv, 1906); 'Echinoidea, Brachiopoda and Lamellibranchia from the Upper Cretaceous Limestone of Veeds Camp, Buffalo River' (Ann South Africian Museum, vol vii, 1908); 'The Palaeontology of the Upper Cretaceous Deposits of Nothern Nigeria' (in T D Falconer's 'Geology and the Geography of Northern Nigeria,' 1911); 'The Evolution of Inoceramus in the Cretaceous Period' (Quart Journ Geol Soc, Feb 1912); 'Catalogue of the Type Fossils in the Woodwardian Museum, Cambridge' (1891, Supplement, 1893); 'Trilobita, Eurypterida and Xiphosura' (Camb Nat Hist, vol iv, 1909); 'Catalogue of Fossils in Students' Series, Sedgwick Museum' (Camb Univ Press; 'Palaeontology. - Invertebrates' (Camb Biol Series, Univ Press, 1909).
ProposersT McKenny Hughes; A Harker; J E Marr; T G Bonney; G H F Nuttall; A Macalister; J J H Teall; E Hull; C Lapworth; W W Watts; W Whitaker; H Woodward; G J Hinde; [J Geikie]; E T Newton; G W Lamplugh; W B Dawkins
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Woods, Henry: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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