Wood, a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society has led expeditions on 5 continents and travelled in over 80 countries.
What does FRGS stand for?
FRGS stands for Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
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- Facultad Regional General Pacheco (General Pacheco Regional Faculty; National Techonogical University; General Pacheco, Buenos Aires, Argentina)
- Field Record Group
- Financial Regulation and Governance Program (Mongolia)
- Fisheries Restoration Grant Program (Canada)
- Front Range GigaPop
- Fédération Régionale des Groupements de Promotion Féminine (French)
- Federatia Romanã de Gimnasticã Ritmicã (Romanian: Romanian Federation of Rhythmic Gymnastics)
- Fuel Related General Rate Adjustment (US General Services Administration; provides fuel price relief)
- Fox River Grove Recreation Council (Illinois; est. 1950)
- Fully Refocused Gradient Recalled Echo (cardiology)
- Forges (street type)
- Fredericksburg Regional Genealogical Society (est. 1993; Virginia)
- Free Radical-Generating System
- Fast Response Gamma Thermometer
- Fédération Régionale des Groupements Techniques Vétérinaires (French: Regional Federation of Veterinary Technical Groups)
- Franklin's Gull (bird)
- Family and Reproductive Health
- Federatia Românã de Handbal (Romanian: Romanian Handball Federation)
- Flame/Radiant Heat
- Flameless Ration Heater
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He was a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, and a member of the Hakluyt Society and the Society for the History of Discoveries.
A professional member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Richard is also a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
He was a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and he set up the Coventry Geographical Association.
Noel, Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society Forster & Groom Edition, London, 1919 Paladin Press Edition, 2004, Foreword by Timothy J.
Green is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and a Fellow of the Geological Society.
CAPTION(S): Evan Wyn Hughes of Llanerchymedd, who has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society after writing a book on Anglesey history Picture: GERALLT RADCLIFFE
He was made a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in 1999.