About: Joseph Jukes

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Joseph Beete Jukes (10 October 1811 – 29 July 1869), born to John and Sophia Jukes at Summer Hill, Birmingham, England, was a renowned geologist, author of several geological manuals and served as a naturalist on the expeditions of HMS Fly (under the command of Francis Price Blackwood). Correspondents and friends addressed him as Beete Jukes.

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  • Joseph Beete Jukes (* 10. Oktober 1811 in Summer Hill, Birmingham; † 29. Juli 1869 in Dublin) war ein englischer Geologe. Seine Eltern waren John and Sophia Jukes. Er besuchte die Schulen in Wolverhampton bei Birmingham und studierte dann Geologie bei Professor Adam Sedgwick am St. John College in Cambridge. 1836 graduierte er und wurde Travelling Lecturer. Von 1839 bis 1840 war er mit der geologischen Erforschung Neufundlands betraut (auf der unter Kommando von ) und wurde danach Direktor der irischen Abteilung des Geological Survey of Great Britain. 1842–46 war er in Australien. Der Mount Jukes auf Tasmanien ist nach ihm benannt. (de)
  • Joseph Beete Jukes (10 October 1811 – 29 July 1869), born to John and Sophia Jukes at Summer Hill, Birmingham, England, was a renowned geologist, author of several geological manuals and served as a naturalist on the expeditions of HMS Fly (under the command of Francis Price Blackwood). Correspondents and friends addressed him as Beete Jukes. (en)
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  • 1869-07-29 (xsd:date)
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  • Summer Hill, Birmingham, England (en)
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  • Joseph Beete Jukes, circa 1860 (en)
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  • 1869-07-29 (xsd:date)
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  • Geology (en)
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  • Geology of Newfoundland (en)
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  • Joseph Beete Jukes (en)
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  • St Mary's, Selly Oak, Birmingham (en)
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  • Jukes, Joseph Beete (en)
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  • Joseph Beete Jukes (10 October 1811 – 29 July 1869), born to John and Sophia Jukes at Summer Hill, Birmingham, England, was a renowned geologist, author of several geological manuals and served as a naturalist on the expeditions of HMS Fly (under the command of Francis Price Blackwood). Correspondents and friends addressed him as Beete Jukes. (en)
  • Joseph Beete Jukes (* 10. Oktober 1811 in Summer Hill, Birmingham; † 29. Juli 1869 in Dublin) war ein englischer Geologe. Seine Eltern waren John and Sophia Jukes. Er besuchte die Schulen in Wolverhampton bei Birmingham und studierte dann Geologie bei Professor Adam Sedgwick am St. John College in Cambridge. 1836 graduierte er und wurde Travelling Lecturer. Von 1839 bis 1840 war er mit der geologischen Erforschung Neufundlands betraut (auf der unter Kommando von ) und wurde danach Direktor der irischen Abteilung des Geological Survey of Great Britain. 1842–46 war er in Australien. (de)
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