Record details

Title
    Josef Emanuel Hibsch (* 26.3.1852 Homole, Tschechische Republik, + 4.11.1940 Wien). Sein wissenschaftliches Wirken nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg in Österreich
Statement of responsibility
    Vera M.F. Hammer, Franz Pertlik
Other titles
    Josef Emanuel Hibsch (* 26.3.1852 Homole, Czech Republic, + 4.11.1940 Wien). His scientific activites after World War I in Austria
Author
    Hammer, Vera M. F.
    Pertlik, Franz
Language
    německy
Source title - serial
    Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien. A, Mineralogie, Petrologie, Geologie, Paläontologie, Archäozoologie, Anthropologie, Prähistorie
Vol./nr.
    Jg. 105
Year
    2003
Notes
    2 fot.
    Anglické resumé
    il.
    Obsahuje bibliografické odkazy
    Zkr. název ser.: Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien, A
Classfication no.
    50(091)
    622
Conspectus category
    622
    929
Subject group
    biografie
    biografie - Hibsch, Josef Emanuel
    historie
    historie geologie
    kámen stavební
    muzeum
    normy
    sbírka
    standardizace
    školství
Geographical name
    ČR-Čechy
    Rakousko
Keyword
    4.11.1940
    26.3.1852
    Emanuel
    Ersten
    Hibsch
    Homole
    Josef
    Österreich
    Republik
    Sein
    Tschechische
    Weltkrieg
    Wien
    Wirken
    Wissenschaftliches
Abstract (in english)
   Josef Emanuel HIBSCH, professor at the "Deutsche königlich böhmische landwirtschaftliche Akademie Tetschen-Liebwerd" retired from this engagement for reaching the age limit in the year 1914. He went to Vienna and started in the town of his student days a lot of activities. Not only the teaching at the "Hochschule für Bodenkultur", the working in the teams of the earth science-related institutes at the "Universität Wien" and the "Volksheim Ottakring", but also the cooperation with the "k.k. Naturhistorisches Hofmuseum" (new Naturhistorisches Museum in Wien) are topics of the present contribution to his biography. Special attention must be payed to the arrangement of the collection "Natürliche Gesteine" in the exhibition halls IV and V of this museum, initiated by HIBSCH and performed under his instructions in the years after the World War I.
   The reconstruction of the above-mentioned collection after deposition during the World War II gave occasion to a rearrangement according to scientific rock systematics of that time. Unfortunately, no hints at the original arrangement survived, except for a few old pian prints, which show overviews of halls IV and V. In conclusion, the cooperation of HIBSCH with the "Österreichischer Normenausschuss für Industrie und Gewerbe" and his engagement at the "Wiener Mineralogische Gesellschaft" are topics of this article as well as a list of academie diploma and honours
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (UNM)
Source format
    U
Entered date
    25. 3. 2008
Import date
    8. 8. 2012