The Sorby Natural History Society, Sheffield

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The Sorby Scientific Society

The Sorby Scientific Society was founded on 1st January 1918. Its name was changed to The Sorby Natural History Society in 1932. For more detailed information, see The History of Sorby Natural History Society 1918 to 1954.
 

Extracts from the Proceedings of the Sorby Scientific Society, Volume One (1929).

 
Paper 01: “Resume of the biological work of Dr H C Sorby, FRS.” by Professor A Denny, MSc, FLS.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 1 to 4.
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Paper 02: “List of algae for the Shffield district.” by R O Ducker.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 5 to 15.
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Paper 03: “Notes on the birds of the Sheffield district.” by Arthur Whitaker, The Woodlands, Dore.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 16 to 33.
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Paper 04: “White Tailed Eagle in Derbyshire.” by C H Wells, MBOU.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 34 to 36.
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Paper 05: “The Carboniferous Limestone and Millstone Grit Series of Stoney Middleton and Eyam, Derbyshire.” by T O Morris, M.Sc.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 37 to 67.
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Paper 06: “Report on the Carboniferous Brachiopoda from the district around Stoney Middleton and Eyam, Derbyshire.” by Helen M Muir-Wood, MSc, FGS.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 68 to 70.
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Paper 07: “The study of atmospheric pollution in the Sheffield district.” by W Hugill, WMet, FRMS & S C Blacktin, PhD, MSc.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 71 to 76.
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Paper 08: “The effect of smoke on life and buildings.” by W Hugill, WMet, FRMS.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 77 to 78.
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Paper 09: “Flint and stone implements of the Sheffield district and their distribution.” by A Leslie Armstrong, MC, FSA, FSI.
Sorby Scientific Society, Proceedings Volume One (1929), pages 79 to 97.
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Sorby Scientific Society
Proceedings
Volume One
1929

CONTENTS
List of Officers, Contents, List of Members, Editor’s Foreword

Paper 1. Pages 1 to 4
Denny, Prof Alfred.
A Résumé of the Biological Work of the late Dr. H. C. Sorby, F.R.S

Paper 2. Pages 5 to 15
Ducker, R. O.
List of Algae of the Sheffie1d District

Paper 3. Pages 16 to 33
Whitaker, Arthur
Notes on Birds of the Sheffield District

Paper 4. Pages 34 to 36
Wells, C. H., M.B.O.U
The White-Tailed Sea Eagle in Derbyshire

Paper 5. Pages 37 to 67
Morris, T. O., M.Sc.
The Carboniferous Limestone and Millstone Grit Series of Stoney Middleton and Eyam, Derbyshire

Paper 6. Pages 68 to 70
Muir-Wood, Helen, M.Sc., F.G.S.
The Carboniferous Brachiopoda from Stoney Middleton and Eyam,

Paper 7. Pages 71 to 76
Hughill, W., M.Met, F.R.M.S. and S. C. Blacktin, Ph.D., M.Sc.
The Study of Atmospheric Pollution in the Sheffield District

Paper 8. Pages 77 to 78
Hughill, W., M.Met, F.R.M.S.
The Effect of Smoke on Plants and Buildings

Paper 9. Pages 79 to 97
Armstrong, Leslie, A. M.C., F.S.A., F.S.I.
Flint and Stone Implements of the Sheffield District and their Distribution