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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-412

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lxx Annual Report of the Delegacy Dr Elwell was member of an expedition which went to the Azores in the spring of 1967 to study the relatively recent vo lcanism including the formation of the calderas Dr Hancock and Dr Hubbard attended conference on depth indi- cators in marine sedimentary environments at the University of Edinburgh in December Dr Hubbard gave demonstration at the fifth meeting of the British Sedimentological Research Group in Swansea in January 'The rela- tionship between caniniid growth-forms and sedimentational history' During the year the introduction of an atomic absorption spectro- photometer increased the capabilities of the Geochemical Laboratory and an integrated analytical programme involving X-ray fluorescence flame photometry and emission and absorption spectrophotometry is being developed Current research work includes the application of modern X-ray and analytical techniques to the mineralogy anid petro- logy of classical areas of granitic rocks in Devon and Donegal and of glaucophane schists in Brittany to elucidate their petrogenesis in the light of high-pressure and high-temperature experimental work programme of research on the recently active volcanoes of thee Azores has also been started DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS Number of Students Sc General and 'Broad based' 78 Sc Ancillary 85 Sc Special 76 Sc Engineering 1195 Postgraduate 33 Total 467 First Degrees Sc Special ist Class Honours 2nd Class Honours Upper Division 2nd Class Honours Lower Division rd Class Honours Sc Pass
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