|born on||25 June 1814 at 09:00 (= 09:00 AM )|
|Place||Metz, France, 49n08, 6e10|
|Timezone||LMT m6e10 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||03°05' 11°07 Asc. 29°31'|
At the age of twenty he had qualified as a mining engineer, and in 1838 he was appointed to take charge of the mines in the Bas-Rhin (Alsace), and subsequently to be professor of mineralogy and geology at the Faculty of Sciences, Strasbourg. In 1859 he became engineer in chief of mines, and in 1861, upon the death of Louis Cordier, he was appointed professor of geology at the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris and was also elected member of the French Academy of Sciences. In the following year he became professor of mineralogy at the Ecole des Mines, and in 1872 director of that school. In 1878 Daubrée was elected vice-president and in 1879 president of the French Academy of Sciences. In 1880 the Geological Society of London awarded to him the Wollaston medal. In 1881 he was promoted to Grand Officer of the French Legion of Honour.
He died 29 May 1896.
Gauquelin vol 2
- Vocation : Science : Geology