Reference numberEC/1917/03
Previous numbersCert XIII, 117; A01477
TitleCole, Grenville Arthur James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDirector of the Geological Survey of Ireland since 1905 and Professor of Geology in the Royal College of Science for Ireland. President of the Geological Section. British Association, 1915. Distinguished for his researches in Geology and Petrology. Author of the following papers, among many other: - 'The Variolitic Rocks of Mont Genevre' (with Prof J W Gregory) (Quart Journ Geol Soc, 1890); 'The Rhyolites of Co Antrim' (Trans R Dubl Soc, 1896); 'On Metamorphic Rocks in Eastern Tyrone and South Donegal' (Trans Roy Irish Acad, 1900); 'On the Geology of Slieve Gallion' (Trans R Dubl Soc, 1897); 'On Composite Gneisses in Boylagh, W Donegal' (Proc Roy Irish Acad, 1902); 'The Red Zone in the Basaltic Series of Antrim' (Geol Mag, 1908); 'On Rock Specimens Dredged from the Floor of the Atlantic off the West Coast of Ireland' (with T Crook) (Geol Surv Ireland, 1910), and other works in the Memoirs of that Survey; 'Glacial Features in Spitzbergen' (Proc Roy Irish Acad, 1911); 'The Problem of the Liffey Valley' (Geol Mag, 1912); 'The Wexford Gravels' (with T Hallisey) (ibid, 1914). Has been a successful teacher of Geology in London since 1878), and is the author of valuables treatises on physical geology, including 'Aids in Practical Geology (6 editions); 'Open Air Studies and Outlines of Mineralogy.'
ProposersJ W Gregory; Thomas H Holland; Henry S Miers; [J W Judd]; J J H Teall; T G Bonney; C Lapworth; H Plunkett; J Joly; A Harker; A S Woodward; G T Prior; W W Watts; J Horne; B N Peach; J J Flett; F O Bower; R D Oldham; J B Farmer; G W Lamplugh; A Strahan; H Woodward; C V Boys; William Barrett; Ernest Rutherford; R Kidston
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Cole, Grenville Arthur James: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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