Clive Forster-Cooper 1880-1947

@article{Watson1950CliveF1,
  title={Clive Forster-Cooper 1880-1947},
  author={D. M. S. Watson},
  journal={Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society},
  year={1950},
  volume={7},
  pages={82 - 93}
}
  • D. Watson
  • Published 1 November 1950
  • History
  • Obituary Notices of Fellows of the Royal Society
Forster-Cooper returned to Cambridge towards the end of 1900 to take Part II of the Tripos. At that time it was usual to take two subjects in this examination, but as a special privilege he was allowed to present zoology alone, with the proviso that Class I would be ruled out. He thus graduated in 1901 with a second class. In 1902-1903 Forster-Cooper was a naturalist to the International North Seas Fisheries Commission, spending most of his time on the Commission’s trawler at sea. He then… 

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