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Authorised form of nameKemp; Stanley Wells (1882 - 1945)
SurnameKemp
ForenamesStanley Wells
Dates1882 - 1945
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
London, England (14 June 1882)
Death:
Plymouth, Devon (16 May 1945)
ActivityEducation:
BA, ScD (Dublin)
Career:
Director of Research, 'Discovery' Expedition
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
7/05/1931
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB
Obituaries:
Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society 1945-1948 vol 5 pp 467-476, plate, by W T Calman
References:
G E Fogg, 'The Royal Society and the Antarctic' in NR 2000 vol 54 pp 85-98
Royal Society codeNA7262
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1931/12Kemp, Stanley Wells: certificate of election to the Royal Society
RR/49/53Referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'A dodecapodous pycnogonid' by William Thomas Calman and Isabella Gordon[March 1933]
RR/53/15Second referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'A further account of the feeding mechanism of Chirocephalus diaphanus' by Herbert Graham Cannon[December 1934]
RR/53/14Referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'A further account of the feeding mechanism of Chirocephalus diaphanus' by Herbert Graham Cannon[November 1934]
RR/58/73Referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'Studies on the Onychophora, I. On the feeding, digestion, excretion and food storage of peripatopsis' by Sidnie Milana MantonNovember 1936
RR/63/3Referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'Studies on the Onychophora, IV - The passage of spermatozoa into the ovary on Peripatopsis and the early developments of the ova' by Sidnie Milana MantonMay 1937
RR/64/126Referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'The male sexual stage in salmon parr (Salmo salar L. juv.)' by James Herbert Orton, J W Jones and Gillian M King6 December 1937
RR/45/70Referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'On the feeding mechanism of the Branchiopoda' by Herbert Graham Cannon20 July 1932
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