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Authorised form of nameGraaff-Hunter; James de (1881 - 1967)
Other forms of nameHunter, James de Graaff; De Graaff-Hunter, James
SurnameGraaff-Hunter
ForenamesJames de
Dates1881 - 1967
Dates and placesBirth:
11 September 1881
Death:
03 February 196
ActivityResearch Field:
Geodesy
Education:
MA; ScD
Career:
Director of the Geodetic Branch of the Survey of India
Honours:
CIE 1933
Memberships:
FInstPh
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
16/05/1935
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1967 vol 13 pp 79-88, plate, by G Bomford
Royal Society codeNA1827
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1935/12Graaff-Hunter, James de: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/002316Graaff Hunter, James dend
RR/53/135Second referee's report by George Ridsdale Goldsbrough, on a paper 'The figure of the earth from gravity observations and the precision obtainable' by James de Graaff-Hunter28 November 1934
RR/54/2Referee's report by James de Graaff-Hunter, on a paper 'Travel times in seismology' by Harold Jeffreys17 July 1935
RR/53/134Referee's report by George Ridsdale Goldsbrough, on a paper 'The figure of the earth from gravity observations and the precision obtainable' by James de Graaff-Hunter1 November 1934
RR/53/136Referee's report by Joseph Proudman, on a paper 'The figure of the earth from gravity observations and the precision obtainable' by James de Graaff-Hunter[January 1935]
RR/65/106Referee's report by Charles Frederick Arden-Close, on a paper 'Some experimental observations for longitude made by theodolite fitted with a shutter eyepiece' by James De Graaff-Hunter9 March 1938
RR/17/300Referee's report by William Mitchenson Hicks, on a paper 'An apparatus for measurements of the defining power of objectives' by James de Graaff-HunterOctober 1908
RR/56/78Referee's report by James de Graaff-Hunter, on a paper 'Tides in oceans bounded by meridians' by Joseph Proudman and Arthur Thomas Doodson19 October 1935
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