E. John Russell
Sir Edward John Russell FRS (October 31, 1872-12 July 1965) was a British agriculturalist and director of Rothamsted Experimental Station from 1912 to 1943. Driven by concerns over a lack of international information exchange about agriculture he initiated the Imperial Agricultural Bureaux, which later became the Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux.
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- Biographical Database of the British Chemical Community: E. J. (Sir John) Russell
- Royal Society citation
- COPAC list of Russell's books
- Works by Edward John Russell at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about E. John Russell at Internet Archive
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