Murchison Award

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The Murchison Award, also referred to as the Murchison Grant, was first given by the Royal Geographical Society in 1882 for publications judged to have contributed most to geographical science in preceding recent years.


Source (1882–1982): British Museum
Source (1970 onwards) Royal Geographical Society


  1. ^ Waller, Derek. The Pundits: British Exploration of Tibet and Central Asia. p. 281.
  2. ^ Tom Bloch-Nakkerud: Eivind Astrup. En pionér blant Nordpolens naboer, 2011, Bastion Forlag, ISBN 978-82-90583-05-2, page 178
  3. ^ Albert B. Armitage: Two years in the Antarctic. Edward Arnold, London, 1905, page 11.
  4. ^ "Royal Geographical Society". The Times (36716). London. 15 March 1902. p. 12.
  5. ^ "2015 Medals and Awards". Royal Geographical Society. Retrieved 22 June 2015.

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