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Reference numberEC/1928/06
Previous numbersCert XIV, 45; A02332
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TitleFarr, Clinton Coleridge: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his contributions to general physics. As Director, Christchurch Magnetic Observatory, he made complete magnetic survey of New Zealand and outlying islands. The results were published by the New Zealand Government after recommendation for publication in the Philosophical Transactions. Author of many papers including 'Interpretation of Milne Seismograms' (Phil Mag, 1903); 'Continuous Observations of Dissipation of Electric Charges in Open Air' (Proc Roy Soc, 1905); 'Radium Contents of Igneous Rocks from Sub-antarctic Islands of New Zealand' with D C Florance (Phil Mag, 1909); 'The Viscosity of Sulphur,' with D B Macleod (Proc Roy Soc, 1920).
ProposersCharles Chree; E Rutherford; Napier Shaw; W H Bragg; A E H Love; Alexander Russell; D Mawson; Leonard Cockayne; H H Turner; H G Lyons
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Farr, Clinton Coleridge: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA7970Farr; Clinton Coleridge (1866 - 1943)1866 - 1943
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