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Inland Water Survey

Nature volume 135, page 215 (09 February 1935) | Download Citation



THE Minister of Health (the Right Hon. Sir Hilton Young), and the Secretary of State for Scotland (the Right Hon. Sir Godfrey Collins), have appointed a Committee to advise on the Inland Water Survey for Great Britain, on the progress of the measures undertaken and on further measures required and, in particular, to make an annual report on the subject. The members are as follows: Col. Sir Henry G. Lyons, F.R.S., Sir Charles H. Bird, Prof. W. S. Boulton, Mr. G. Dallas, Mr. G. J. Griffiths, Lieut.-Col. F. Hibbert, Sir Clement D. M. Hindley, Mr. S. R. Hobday, Mr. W. A. Millar, Mr. D. Paul, and Mr. B. Verity. The secretary to the Committee is Mr. I. F. Armer, and any communications relating to the work of the Committee should be addressed to him at the Ministry of Health, Whitehall, S.W.I. In constituting this Committee, it is stated that the object has been, not to appoint representatives of organisations or interests, but to obtain a body of men of different classes of experience serviceable for the work to be undertaken.

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