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Nature volume 63, pages 520524 (28 March 1901) | Download Citation



REFERENCE was made in our issue for February 28 to the retirement of Sir A. Geikie from the office of director-general of the Geological Survey, and to the appointment of Mr. Teall as successor. Mr. Teall takes the title of director of the Geological Survey and Museum, and the further changes in the staff (which date from April 1) are as follows: Mr. H. B. Woodward to be assistant director (for England and Wales), and Mr. John Home to be assistant director (for Scotland); Mr. C. Fox Strangways, Mr. Clement Reid and Mr. Aubrey Strahan to be district geologists for England and Wales; Mr. B. N. Peach and Mr. W. Gunn to be district geologists for Scotland; and Mr. G. W. Lamplugh to be district geologist for Ireland.

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