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The Frink Medal for British Zoologists is awarded by the Zoological Society of London "For significant and original contributions by a professional zoologist to the development of zoology."[1] [n 1] It consists of a bronze plaque (76 by 83 millimetres),[2] depicting a bison and carved by British sculptor Elisabeth Frink.[3] The Frink Medal was instituted in 1973 and first presented in 1974.[3][4][5]

Frink Medal
Awarded for“for significant and original contributions by a professional zoologist to the development of zoology.”
Sponsored byZoological Society of London (ZSL)
First awarded1973
Websitewww.zsl.org/about-us/zsl-awards

RecipientsEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  3. ^ a b c Gardiner, Stephen (1998). Frink: The Official Biography of Elisabeth Frink. p. 198.
  4. ^ Zoological Society of London Awards (Zoological Society of London)
  5. ^ Bison Medal, commissioned by The Zoological Society of London (Elisabeth Frink Estate)
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  23. ^ "ANDERSON, Prof. Sir Roy (Malcolm)". Who Was Who. A & C Black, Bloomsbury Publishing, Oxford University Press. 2014. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
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  37. ^ "SMITH, Sir (James) Eric". Who Was Who. A & C Black, Bloomsbury Publishing, Oxford University Press. 2014. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
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  39. ^ Anon (2015). Thornpe, Prof. William Homan. ukwhoswho.com. Who's Who (online Oxford University Press ed.). A & C Black, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing plc. doi:10.1093/ww/9780199540884.013.U169804. (subscription or UK public library membership required) (subscription required)
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  42. ^ "WIGGLESWORTH, Sir Vincent (Brian)". Who Was Who. A & C Black, Bloomsbury Publishing, Oxford University Press. 2014. Retrieved 25 April 2015.
  43. ^ "MANTON, Sidnie Milana (Mrs J. P. Harding)". Who Was Who. A & C Black, Bloomsbury Publishing, Oxford University Press. 2014. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
  44. ^ "BARRINGTON, Prof. Ernest James William". Who Was Who. A & C Black, Bloomsbury Publishing, Oxford University Press. 2014. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
  45. ^ Andrews, Elizabeth. "Alastair Graham, FRS". The Malacological Society of London. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
  46. ^ "GRAHAM, Prof. Alastair". Who Was Who. A & C Black, Bloomsbury Publishing, Oxford University Press. 2014. Retrieved 26 April 2015.
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  48. ^ Annual Report. The Zoological Society of London. 1974. p. 7.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The award for a particular year is presented to the recipient the following year. This can lead to discrepancies in some sources over the year of an award, with some reporting the year of presentation and some reporting the year stated on the award.
  2. ^ This award was presented in June 2015.[8]
  3. ^ The ZSL website states 2009; Who's Who states 2010.
  4. ^ The ZSL website states 2008; Who's Who states 2009.
  5. ^ The ZSL website states 2007; Who's Who states 2008.
  6. ^ The ZSL website states 2004; Who's Who states 2005.
  7. ^ The ZSL website states 2000; Who's Who states 2001.
  8. ^ The ZSL website states 1999; Who's Who states 2000.
  9. ^ The ZSL website states 1997; Who's Who states 1998.
  10. ^ The ZSL website states 1996; Who's Who states 1997.
  11. ^ The ZSL website states 1992; Who's Who states 1993.
  12. ^ The ZSL website states 1991; Who's Who states 1992.
  13. ^ The ZSL website states 1990; Who's Who states 1991.
  14. ^ The ZSL website states 1989; other sources state 1990.
  15. ^ The ZSL website states 1988; other sources state 1990.
  16. ^ The ZSL website states 1985; other sources state 1986.
  17. ^ The ZSL website states 1984; Who's Who states 1985.
  18. ^ The ZSL website states 1979; other sources state 1980.
  19. ^ The ZSL website states 1978; other sources state 1979.
  20. ^ The ZSL website states and the obituary from The Malacological Society of London state 1975; Who's Who states 1976.
  21. ^ The ZSL website does not include this award in its listing as of March 2018, though it is mentioned in the Annual Report for 1975.
  22. ^ The ZSL website does not include this award in its listing as of March 2018, though it is mentioned in the Annual Report for 1974.