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Aberdeen Meeting of the British Association

Nature volume 134, page 258 (18 August 1934) | Download Citation



IN (previous articles reference was made to the suitability of Aberdeen as a centre for excursions and to the arrangements the Local General Committee have made whereby practical effect has been given to this feature of the forthcoming meeting of the British Association there. In the present article it is proposed to outline in brief some of the other local arrangements made for the convenience and enjoyment of visiting members.

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