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Authorised form of nameSalisbury; Sir; Edward James (1886 - 1978)
SurnameSalisbury
ForenamesEdward James
Dates1886 - 1978
Dates and placesBirth:
16 April 1886
Death:
10 November 1978
ActivityEducation:
DSc (Lond)
Career:
Reader in Plant Ecology in the University of London
Honours:
CBE 1939; Kt 1946
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
11/05/1933
Medals/Prizes:
Royal Medal 1945
Council:
Sec 1945-1955; VP 1942-1943, 1946-1955
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1980 vol 26 pp 503-541, plate, by A R Clapham
Royal Society codeNA1923
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
IM/003989Salisbury, Sir Edward Jamesnd
GLB/19/1/91Edward Salisbury, Bognor Regis to BrownFebruary 1960
IM/000037Group photograph of Officers of the Royal Society 1945-50c 1945-50
IM/GA/Russell/17748Salisbury, Sir Edward Jamesnd
MDA/A/12/11Copy letter from John David Griffith Davies to Edward James Salisbury, with enclosed copy letter from Robert Robinson to John David Griffith Davies9 January 1946
MDA/A/12/126Letter from Robert Robinson to David Christie Martin, Dyson Perrins Laboratory, South Parks Road, Oxford16 June 1947
MDA/A/16/52Minutes of theRoyal Society and Nuffield Foundation Commonweath Bursaries Committee16 May 1956
RR/36/62Referee's report by Frederick Ernest Weiss, on a paper 'On the causes and ecological significance of stomatal frequency, with special reference to the woodland flora' by Edward James Salisbury18 April 1927
RR/36/61Referee's report by Arthur George Tansley, on a paper 'On the causes and ecological significance of stomatal frequency, with special reference to the woodland flora' by Edward James Salisbury6 April 1927
RR/57/82Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'The transmission of light and total radiation by leaves' by William Ringrose Gelston Atkins[November 1936]
RR/65/102Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation I. Origin and stratigraphy of Fenland deposits near Wooldwalton, Hunts II. Origin and stratigraphy of deposits in southern Fenland' by Harry Godwin and M H CliffordMay 1938
RR/67/192Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'Studies of the post-glacial history of British vegetation - III. Fenland polen diagrams - IV. Post-glacial changes of relative land- and sea-level in the English Fenland' by Harry GodwinAugust 1939
RR/69/282Letter from Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'The differential effect of synthetic growth substances and other compounds upon plant species II. Seed germination and early growth responses to some arylcarbamic esters and related compounds' by W G Templeman and W A Sexton 1945
RR/69/278Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'The differential effect of synthetic plant growth substances and other compounds upon plant species I. Seed germination and early growth responses to a-naphthylacetic acid and compounds of the general formula arylOCH2COOR' by W A Sexton and W G Templeman1945
RR/68/479Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'A revision of Williamsoniella' by Thomas Maxwell Harris[1944]
NLB/71/110Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Dr [Dukinfield Henry] Scott, FRS7 January 1928
NLB/71/98Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Prof [Francis Wall] Oliver, FRS5 January 1928
EC/1933/13Salisbury, Sir Edward James: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/003988Salisbury, Sir Edward Jamesnd
RR/57/84Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'Photoelectric measurements of the luminous efficiency of daylight' by William Ringrose Gelston Atkins and H H Poole[May 1936]
RR/57/87Referee's report by Edward James Salisbury, on a paper 'The measurement of the intensity and the colour of the light in woods by means of emission and rectifier photoelectric cells' by William Ringrose Gelston Atkins, H H Poole and A Stanbury[August 1936]
IM/006417Group photograph of Officers of the Royal Society 1945-50c 1945-50
RR/72/279Letter from Peter Brian Medawar, on a paper 'The transplantation of normal tissues: with special reference to auto- and homotransplants of thyroid and spleen in the anterior chamber of the eye, and subcutaneously, in guinea-pigs' by Michael Francis Addison Woodruff and Hazel G Woodruff to Edward James Salisbury2 January 1950
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