Alfred John Jukes-Browne, F.R.S.

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SELDOM has the triumph of force of will over the most serious disabilities been more strikingly illustrated than in the case of the subject of this notice. To most geologists engaged in field-work the loss of the full use of the limbs would seem to be fatal, but Jukes-Browne, in spite of all difficulties, continued his work as a geological surveyor for twenty years after the almost complete loss of his powers of locomotion.

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J., J. Alfred John Jukes-Browne, F.R.S. . Nature 93, 667–668 (1914) doi:10.1038/093667b0

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