Reference numberEC/1934/16
Previous numbersCert XIV, 177; A56479
TitleThomas, Hugh Hamshaw: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionCitation typed
CitationHis researches cover a wide field; to Palaeobotany he has made several original contributions of great value; notably on the leaves of Calamites (Phil Tran, 1911), on the structure of Cycadean fronds, on new genera, eg, 'Williamsoniella' (Phil Trans, 1915); the Caytoniales, a paper of exceptional importance (Phil Trans, 1925); also several papers on Jurassic floras, etc. Dr Thomas is well known as an authority on aircraft photography and was one of the first to demonstrate its application to the survey of vegetation. His work is characterized by originality and by the skilful use of new methods of technique.
ProposersA C Seward; D H Scott; F O Bower; W H Lang; A G Tansley; F E Weiss; F T Brooks
Access statusOpen

Thomas, Hugh Hamshaw: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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