See also:English naturalist and palaeontologist, was
See also:born on the 15th of
See also:December '82o . He was apprenticed in 1835 to
See also:James de Carle
See also:Sowerby, and was engaged in
See also:drawing and
See also:engraving the plates for Sowerby's
See also:Mineral Conchology, the Supplement to his English Botany, and, other Natural
See also:works . In 1842 he was employed for a
See also:time by Sedgwick in arranging the fossils in the Woodwardian Museum at Cambridge, and he accompanied the
See also:professor on several
See also:geological expeditions (1842-1845) into
See also:Wales . In 1846 he was appointed on the
See also:staff of the Geological Survey and worked under
See also:Forbes until 1854; he was then appointed palaeontologist to the survey and gave his chief
See also:attention to the palaeozoic fossils, spending much time in Wales and the border counties . He contributed the palaeontological portion to A . C .
See also:Ramsay's Memoir on the Geology of
See also:North Wales (1866), assisted Murchison in his
See also:work on Siluria (1854 and later
See also:editions), and Sedgwick by preparing A
See also:Catalogue of the Collection of
See also:Cambrian and
See also:Silurian Fossils contained in the Geological Museum of the University of Cambridge (1873) .
See also:Salter prepared several of the Decades of the Geological Survey and became the leading authority on
See also:Trilobites, contributing to the Palaeontographical Society four parts of A Monograph of
See also:British Trilobites (1864-1867), He resigned his
See also:post on the Geological Survey in 1863, and died on the 2nd of
See also:August 1869 .
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