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AccessScience | Paleobotany The study of fossil plants of the geologic past. A paleobotanist is a plant Seward, Albert Charles (1863–1941) http://www.accessscience.com/search.aspx?rootID=795488
Darwin Medal - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Seward, Albert Charles Albert Charles Seward 'In recognition of his work as a palaeobotanist.' 1936 Johnson Allen, Edgar Edgar Johnson Allen 'In recognition of his long continued work http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darwin_Medal
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Not to be confused with the Darwin Awards Charles Darwin , for whom the award is named The Darwin Medal is awarded by the Royal Society every alternate year for "work of acknowledged distinction in the broad area of biology in which Charles Darwin worked". First awarded in 1890, it was created in memory of Charles Darwin and is presented with a £1000 prize. As with most of the Royal Society's medals, nominees must come from the Commonwealth of Nations , with the requirement that they be either a citizen of a nation within the Commonwealth or have lived in such a nation for at least three years before the nomination. Since its creation the medal has been awarded to 64 individuals, including Francis Darwin , Charles Darwin's son, and two married couples, Jack and Yolande Heslop-Harrison in 1982 and Peter and Rosemary Grant in 2002. The medal was first awarded to Alfred Russel Wallace , a noted biologist and naturalist who had independently developed the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection.
Extractions: Home Discussion Topics Dictionary ... Login Albert Charles Seward Discussion Ask a question about ' Albert Charles Seward Start a new discussion about ' Albert Charles Seward Answer questions from other users Full Discussion Forum Encyclopedia Albert Charles Seward (9 October 1863 Lancaster Lancaster, Lancashire Lancaster is the county town of Lancashire, England. It is situated on the River Lune and has a population of 45,952. Lancaster is a constituent settlement of the wider City of Lancaster, local government district which has a population of 133,914 and encompasses several outlying towns, including... – 11 April 1941 Oxford Oxford Oxford is a city, and the county town of Oxfordshire, in South East England. The city, made prominent by its medieval university, has a population of just under 165,000, with 151,000 living within the district boundary. The rivers Cherwell and Thames run through Oxford and meet south of the city...
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Albert Charles Seward (9 October 1863 Lancaster – 11 April 1941 Oxford ) was a British botanist and geologist His first education was at Lancaster Grammar School and then on to St. John's College at Cambridge following his parents' wish to dedicate his life to the Church. His boyhood interest in botany and zoology soon resurfaced, helped along by inspiring lectures from William Crawford Williamson . His aptitude soon became apparent and he was appointed lecturer in botany at Cambridge University in 1890, later becoming a tutor at Emmanuel , and still later succeeding Harry Marshall Ward as Professor of Botany, Cambridge University from 1906 to 1936. He was joint editor (with Francis Darwin ) of More letters of Charles Darwin (1903). He was elected as fellow of the Royal Society in 1898 and was awarded the Murchison Medal of the Geological Society of London in 1908. In 1931 Seward dismissed the notion of a biological origin of stromatolites . This rejection became known as "Seward's folly". Seward's studies of Mesozoic palaeobotany earned him membership of the Royal Society at the youthful age of thirty-five. He devoted a great deal of time to education, both as college and departmental administrator, and as writer on educational matters. This botanist is denoted by the
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Corresponding Members Of The BSA Seward, Albert Charles. Cockayne, Leonard. Jost, Ludwig. Skoftsberg, Carl. Collander, Paul Runar. Kihara, Hitoshi. Smith, William Wright. Cookson, Isabel C. http://www.botany.org/bsa/membership/corresp.html
Extractions: Botanical Society of America Corresponding members are distinguished senior scientists who have made outstanding contributions to plant science and who live and work outside of the United States of America. Corresponding members are nominated by the Council, which receives recommendations and credentials submitted by members, and are elected by the Society in open meeting. They have all the privileges of active membership. Last revision: August 3, 2006. Archangelsky, Sergio Ehrendorfer, Friedrich Li, Xingxue Arroyo, Mary Kalin Endress, Peter Lloyd, David Ashida, Joji Fahn, Abraham MacMillan, Jake Baas, Pieter Ferguson, Ian Keith Melkonian, Michael Bachmann, Konrad Galtier, Jean Nougarede, Arlette Berg, Rolf Y. Hagemann, Wolfgang Ochoa, Carlos Bernardello, Gabriel Halle, Francis Osborne, Daphne Bradshaw, Tony Harper, John L. Pichi Sermolli, Rodolfo E. G. Briggs, Barbara Hegnauer, Robert Prance, Ghillean Buvat, Roger Andre Hejnowicz, Zygmunt Rzedowski, Jerzy Chailakhyan, Mikhail Kh.
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Extractions: Corresponding members are distinguished senior scientists who have made outstanding contributions to plant science and who live and work outside of the United States of America. Corresponding members are nominated by the Council, which receives recommendations and credentials submitted by members, and are elected by the Society in open meeting. They have all the privileges of active membership. Last revision: September 8, 2009. Archangelsky, Sergio Fahn, Abraham MacMillan, Jake Arroyo, Mary Kalin Ferguson, Ian Keith Melkonian, Michael Baas, Pieter Galtier, Jean MacRobbie, Enid A. C. Bachmann, Konrad Hagemann, Wolfgang Nougarede, Arlette Berg, Rolf Y. Halle, Francis Ochoa, Carlos Bernardello, Gabriel Harper, John L. Prance, Ghillean Bradshaw, Tony Hejnowicz, Zygmunt Raven, John Briggs, Barbara Herrera, Carlos Rudall, Paula Buvat, Roger Andre
All Saints' Church, Dummer Frank Seward Albert Charles Spicer William Henry Spicer Charles White Sydney Leonard White Sidney Willis World War II Edward Brown Colin Ferguson http://www.allsaintschurchdummer.hampshire.org.uk/guide/outside.html
Extractions: Introduction Architectural features Music and Bells Outside the Church The Churchyard was closed to burials in 1856 when the village Cemetery was opened on land belonging to the Terry family. There are several cast metal tombstones, dating from the days when there was a foundry about a hundred yards west of the church in Up Street. Unfortunately few of the inscriptions on the stone memorials are now legible. The timbers of the lychgate came from an ancient barn at Dummer Grange. The design of the gate was based on that of a porch at Boxford Church in Suffolk and was adapted by Lady Rycroft, wife of Sir Richard, whose memorial is inside the church. The lychgate was erected as a memorial to men of Dummer who gave their lives in the First World War (1914-1918). Their names, together with the names of those who gave their lives in the Second World War (1939-1945), are inscribed on the outer side.
Archives Of The Gray Herbarium Seward Albert Charles 19191931 4 1863-1941 Seymour Arthur Bliss 1895-1933 12 Includes note of appointment as assistant in Farlow, 1921; death notice, 1933. http://www.huh.harvard.edu/libraries/ss.htm
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Archives Of The Gray Herbarium Moss, Charles Edward; Seward, Albert Charles Camp Algonquin DeMeritte, Edwin Camp MoyMo-Da-Yo Moody, Elizabeth Meads CanadaBiological Board Huntsman, Archibald Gowanlock http://www.huh.harvard.edu/libraries/semico.htm