SECTION A PUBLICATIONS NCUACS 28.4.91/A.1 - NCUACS 28.4.91/A.80
SECTION B CONSULTANCIES NCUACS 28.4.91/B.1 - NCUACS 28.4.91/B.79
SECTION C VISITS, CONFERENCES AND LECTURES NCUACS 28.4.91/C.1 - NCUACS 28.4.91/C.95
SECTION D CORRESPONDENCE NCUACS 28.4.91/D.1 - NCUACS 28.4.91/D.32
SECTION E BIOGRAPHICAL NCUACS 28.4.91/E.1 - NCUACS 28.4.91/E. 7
INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS AND ORGANISATIONS
For his contributions to the mathematical analysis of the dynamics of fish populations and commercial fisheries Gulland was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal Society in 1984. He was awarded honorary degrees by the universities of Rhode Island and Helsinki and in 1990 received the American Fisheries Society Award of Excellence. Gulland died on 24 June 1990.
The material is presented in the order given in the List of Contents. The collection comprises correspondence and papers from Gulland's period as Senior Research Fellow at Imperial College London, 1984-90.
Section A, Publications, is chiefly drafts by Gulland, some unpublished, with related correspondence. It includes documentation relating to Gulland's work as editor of the second edition of the book Fish Population Dynamics. There is also a sequence of editorial correspondence relating principally to journals for which Gulland acted as a member of the Editorial Board and as referee.
Section B, Consultancies, consists of material relating to six organisations for which Gulland acted as consultant or advisor. These include the European Community which Gulland advised on fishing fleets for the 1992-96 Multiannual Guidance Programme, and the Canadian Government for whom Gulland acted as consultant on a number of projects, most notably the Royal Commission on Seals and the Sealing Industry in Canada.
Section C, Visits, conferences and lectures, consists chiefly of papers documenting some of the many overseas visits made by Gulland after his departure from the FAO, among them a visit to Antarctica in 1985 for a conference on the Antarctic Treaty.
Section D, Correspondence, is the contents of Gulland's correspondence files for the period 1984-90. Papers relating to references and recommendations have been removed from the sequence and presented in a separate subsection which is subject to restricted access.
Section E, Biographical, is very slight. It includes a number of photographs of Gulland.