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Authorised form of nameForster-Cooper; Sir; Clive (1880 - 1947)
Other forms of nameCooper, Sir Clive Forster-
SurnameForster-Cooper
ForenamesClive
Dates1880 - 1947
Dates and placesBirth:
03 April 1880
Death:
23 August 1947
ActivityCareer:
Director of the University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge; University Reader in the Vertebrata
Honours:
Kt 1946
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/05/1936
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1950-1951 vol 7 pp 83-93, plate, by D M S Watson
Royal Society codeNA646
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1936/04Forster-Cooper, Sir; Clive: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/001503Forster-Cooper, Sir Clive1946
NLB/65/170Copy letter from Francis Alexander Towle, Assistant Secretary of the Royal Society; to Professor [David Meredith Seares] Watson7 September 1923
RR/27/28Referee's report by Ernest William MacBride, on a paper 'Baluchitherium osborni (? syn. Indricotherium turgaicum, borrissyak)' by Clive Forster CooperJuly 1922
RR/27/29Referee's report by Sidney Frederic Harmer, on a paper 'Baluchitherium osborni (? syn. Indricotherium turgaicum, borrissyak)' by Clive Forster Cooper9 July 1922
RR/47/5Referee's report by Arthur Smith Woodward, on a paper 'The Genus Hyracotherium. A revision and description of new specimens found in England' by Clive Forster-CooperMarch 1932
RR/47/6Referee's report by Charles Tate Regan, on a paper 'The Genus Hyracotherium. A revision and description of new specimens found in England' by Clive Forster-CooperApril 1932
RR/49/69Referee's report by David Meredith Seares Watson, on a paper 'The extinct of rhinoceroses of Baluchistan' by Clive Forster-Cooper[October 1933]
RR/49/71Referee's report by William Dickson Lang, on a paper 'The extinct of rhinoceroses of Baluchistan' by Clive Forster-Cooper[October 1933]
RR/49/72Third referee's report by William Dickson Lang, on a paper 'The extinct of rhinoceroses of Baluchistan' by Clive Forster-Cooper19 February 1934
RR/67/311Referee's report by Clive Forster Cooper, on a paper 'On the evolution of the mammalian palate' by Francis Rex Parrington and Thomas Stanley WestollDecember 1939
RR/68/410Referee's report by Clive Forster-Cooper, on a paper 'The origin of the primitive tetrapod limb' by Thomas Stanley Westoll[1943]
RR/68/409Referee's report by Clive Forster-Cooper, on a paper 'The hyomandibular of Eusthenopteron and the tetrapod middle ear' by Thomas Stanley Westoll[1943]
RR/28/87Referee's report by Edwin Tulley Newton, on a paper 'On the skull and dentition of paraceratherium bugtiense: a genus of aberrant rhinoceroses from the lower Miocene deposits of Dera Bugti' by Clive Forster Cooper28 April 1923
RR/28/88Referee's report by David Meredith Seares Watson, on a paper 'On the skull and dentition of paraceratherium bugtiense: a genus of aberrant rhinoceroses from the lower Miocene deposits of Dera Bugti' by Clive Forster Cooper[September 1923]
RR/64/32Referee's report by Clive Forster-Cooper, on a paper 'The development and morphology of the teeth of Ornithorhynchus' by H L H H Green[April 1937]
RR/49/70Second referee's report by William Dickson Lang, on a paper 'The extinct of rhinoceroses of Baluchistan' by Clive Forster-Cooper21 November 1933
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