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- The International Polar Year: A legacy of Sydney Chapman
- Figure 1: Sydney Chapman and son Cecil, at the Fairbanks. Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska building named in his honor in 1968.
- Missing: Sydney Chapman's theory of the hours of labour
- Abstract: Sidney Chapman's theory of the hours of labour, published in 1909 in The.
- Sydney Chapman and his connections with some German
- Sydney Chapman (1888–1970), the English geophysicist had close connections with German scientists both before and after World War II.
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- High school cross country: Medina tops field; New Prairie surprises
- 2, Sydney Chapman (Hamilton Hts) 19:18.2. 3, Taylor Stuewe (Culver Girls Academy) 19:29.
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- Sydney Chapman (mathematician) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Sydney Chapman FRS (29 January 1888 – 16 June 1970) was a British mathematician and geophysicist.
- Introduction to Sydney Chapman
- Dr. Sydney Chapman was Professor of Geophysics and Advisory Scientific Director of the Geophysical Institute from 1951-1970.
- Chapman biography
- Sydney Chapman's mother was Sarah Gray and her father was Joseph Chapman who was the chief cashier with a Manchester textile firm called Rylands.
- Sydney Chapman
- Mathematician and geophysicist Sydney Chapman's main field of study was the Earth's magnetic field, and he coined the term 'geomagnetism'.