Authorised form of nameJones; Owen Thomas (1878 - 1967)
ForenamesOwen Thomas
Dates1878 - 1967
Dates and placesBirth:
16 April 1878
05 May 1967
Professor of Geology, Manchester
Royal Society activityMembership:
Election Date:
Royal Medal 1956
VP 1940-1941
Bulloch's Roll
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1967 vol 13 pp 223-243, plate, by W J Pugh
Royal Society codeNA1829
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
PB/3/2/1/16/7/1Correspondence with OT Jones1953
EC/1926/18Jones, Owen Thomas: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/002454Jones, Owen Thomasnd
RR/45/99Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper 'Preliminary report on the Olduvai expedition 1931' by Arthur Tindell Hopwood28 May 1932
RR/49/61Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper 'The Cambrian area of Rushton (Shropshire)' by Edgar Sterling Cobbold and Roy Woodehouse Pocock[June 1933]
RR/66/331Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper 'The equilibrium of grains on the bed of a stream' by C M White[1939]
RR/72/69Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper 'Studies in the post-glacial history of British vegetation. XI. Late-glacial deposits in Cornwall' by Ann P Conolly, Harry Godwin, Eleanor M Megaw and R Ross1949
RR/69/245Letter from Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper 'Studies of the post-Glacial History of British vegetation VII. Lake sediments: Pollen diagrams from the bottom deposits of the North Basin of Windermere' by Winifred Pennington to J D Griffith Davies, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society22 October 1946
RR/70/64Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper Studies in the 'Post-glacial history of British vegetation. VIII Swamping surfaces in peats of the Somerset Levels IX. Prehistoric trackways in the Somerset Levels' by Arthur Roy Clapham and Harry Godwin1947
RR/46/2Referee's report by Owen Thomas Jones, on a paper 'On the formation of rock joints and the cleat of coal' by Percy Fry Kendall and Henry Briggs20 February 1933
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