Papers of John Alan Gulland, 1972-1990, comprising correspondence and papers from Gulland's period as Senior Research Fellow at Imperial College, London, 1984-1990; drafts for publications and editorial correspondence; papers relating to his consultancies, including those for the European Community and the Canadian Government; documentation of overseas visits, including a 1985 visit to Antarctica; correspondence files.
GULLAND, John Alan (1926-1990)
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- ReferenceGB 98 B/GULLAND
- Dates of Creation1972-1990
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- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description11 boxes
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Administrative / Biographical History
Born in Andover, Hampshire, 1926; educated at the Dragon School, Oxford, 1935-1940, and Marlborough College, 1940-1944; served in the Royal Navy; read mathematics at Jesus College, Cambridge, 1947-1951; joined the Fisheries Laboratory at Lowestoft, working on the population dynamics of fishes, 1951; adviser to the International Whaling Commission, 1964-1986; worked at the Fisheries Department of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation in Rome, Italy, as Chief of the Stock Assessment Branch, 1966-1974, and Chief of the Marine Resources Service, 1974-1984; Senior Research Fellow in Environmental Technology at Imperial College, London, 1984-1990; elected Fellow of the Royal Society, 1984; served on the Canadian Royal Commission on Seals and Sealing, 1984-1986, which assessed the impact of the annual seal cull on seal populations; died, 1990. Publications: Estimation of Growth and Mortality in Commercial Fish Populations (London, 1955); On the Fishing Effort in English Demersal Fisheries (London, 1956); Fishing and the Stocks of Fish at Iceland (London, 1961); Contributions to Symposium 1963 on the Measurement of Abundance of Fish Stocks Editor (Copenhague, 1964); The management of marine fisheries (Scientechnica, Bristol, 1974).
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Transferred from the National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists, University of Bath, to the College Archives in 1991.
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The papers were received by the National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists, University of Bath, from Mrs Audrey Gulland, widow, in 1991.