John Thomas Jutson

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John Thomas Jutson (c. 1885 – 14 November 1959) was an Australian geologist and lawyer.

Jutson was born in Melbourne and while working as a clerk in a law firm, studied geology part-time. He became geological research scholar, University of Melbourne 1909-10 and then worked for the Geological Survey of Western Australia 1911-18. He published The Physiography of Western Australia in 1916.

Jutson was awarded the Clarke Medal by the Royal Society of New South Wales in 1937.

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Awards
Preceded by
Douglas Mawson
Clarke Medal
1937
Succeeded by
Henry Caselli Richards