Marie Stopes and the Jurassic floras of Brora, NE Scotland

@article{FalconLang2008MarieSA,
  title={Marie Stopes and the Jurassic floras of Brora, NE Scotland},
  author={H. Falcon-Lang},
  journal={Scottish Journal of Geology},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={65 - 73}
}
Synopsis Marie Stopes (1880–1958) is best known as a birth control pioneer, but she was also a world-renowned coal geologist and palaeobotanist. This paper provides a historical account of her fieldwork on the Jurassic coast of Brora, NE Scotland. Accompanied by her undergraduate assistant, David Meredith Seares Watson (who was later a well-known vertebrate palaeontologist), Stopes visited this remote region amid a freak heatwave in March 1907. The aim of the trip was to locate Mesozoic… Expand

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