|Title||Letter from Edmund Clifton Stoner, on a paper 'The westward drift of the Earth's magnetic field' by Edward Crisp Bullard, Cynthia Freedman, H Gellman and Jo Nixon to the Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society [D C Martin]|
|Date||11 May 1950|
|Description||Paper reference code: A80|
Stoner writes: 'The general field of terrestrial magnetism is one in which I can claim no expert knowledge whatever, and I do not think that a report from me would be particularly valuable. It occurred to me that the paper might more appropriately be sent to, for example, Professor [Sydney] Chapman or Professor [Thomas George] Cowling.'
Written at the Department of Physics, University of Leeds [England].
[Published in Philosophical Transactions A, 1950].
Endorsed on recto as received 12 May 1950.
|Physical description||Letter on paper|
|Related material||DOI: 10.1098/rsta.1950.0014|
|Related records in the catalogue||RR/73/105|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA5437||Stoner; Edmund Clifton (1899 - 1968)||1899 - 1968|
|NA6392||Bullard; Sir; Edward Crisp (1907 - 1980); geophysicist||1907 - 1980|
|NA601||Cowling; Thomas George (1906 - 1990)||1906 - 1990|
|NA8165||Chapman; Sydney (1888 - 1970)||1888 - 1970|