Reference numberTG/1/2/3
TitleLetter from Thomas Gold to Sir Edward Bullard, Department of Geodesy and Geophysics, Madingley Rise, Madingley Road, Cambridge, England
Date2 July 1964
DescriptionThanking Bullard for his congratulatory letter [on Gold's FRS election]. Notes that Bullard has spent time 'loafing around on ships in the Pacific'. Expresses interest in the Pacific Ocean floor as a possible location for impact craters and suggests a method for looking for them. Teases Bullard in asking if he can fit this in 'while investigating the feeding habits of the white shark or the sexual behaviour of the bottle-nosed dolphin'.
FormatCarbon copy
Access statusOpen

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Fellows associated with this archive
NA6392Bullard; Sir; Edward Crisp (1907 - 1980); geophysicist1907 - 1980
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