Linnean Society Nord-Picardie

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Linnean Society Nord-Picardie

Linnean Society of Nord-Picardie is a learned society founded in 1838 at the initiative of Abbeville medical and pre-historian Casimir Picard. He was called the Linnean Society of Northern France. The first president was M. de Clermont-Tonnerre. In 1841, the untimely death of Casimir Picard leads to the sharp slowdown in the company's activities and its dissolution in 1847. This born-again November 12, 1865 in Amiens. The first president is M. Correur. Three committees are so: botany, zoology and geology. It has 169 members in 1866, a very important figure of the era, such as Jacques Boucher de Perthes, the importance of the work is only then be recognized by the scientific community. Since 1914, the company has no real action. It was reborn in 1927. Members of the Linnean  Society of Nord-Picardie. The list includes members who have played or still a major role in the development of naturalistic studies in North and Picardy: Marcel Bon, mycologist; Jacques Boucher de Perthes Crevecoeur; Vincent Boullet, botanist; Alberic de Calonne; Herménégilde Duchaussoy Meteorologist; Edouard Gand; Jean-Marie Gehu, botanist and phytosociologue; Charles Martin, in particular ornithologist; Casimir Picard; Pierre Royer, especially the ornithologist; François Sueur, in particular ornithologist; Vast Jacques, a botanist and mycologist; Jean-Roger Wattez, botanist. The society has been ultimately focused on botany, zoology and geology.

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