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George Evelyn Hutchinson

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
zoology, ecology, limnology
"George Hutchinson"

(1903 – 1991)
zoologist and early ecologist, considered the founder of limnology
Hutchinson didn't have an earned Ph.D.
see 1971 celebratory issue of Limnology and Oceanography (vol. 16 #2),
Biogr. Mems Fell. R. Soc. December 2011 vol. 57 167-177 ,

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Ross Granville Harrison research assistant 1928-1931 Yale (DevTree)


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Roger Doyle grad student Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Donna Haraway grad student Yale (Literature Tree)
Peter H. Klopfer grad student Yale University (Neurotree)
Robert D. Lisk grad student Princeton (Neurotree)
Karen Porter grad student Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Howard Sanders grad student Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Gordon A. Riley grad student 1937 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Edward S. Deevey grad student 1938 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Louis W. Hutchins grad student 1941 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
W. Thomas Edmondson grad student 1942 Yale
Donald J. Zinn grad student 1942 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Irwin W. Newell grad student 1945 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
John L. Brooks grad student 1946 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Vaughan T. Bowen grad student 1948 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
W. D. Hartman grad student 1950 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Frederick E. Smith grad student 1950 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Howard T. Odum grad student 1951 Yale
Lawrence B. Slobodkin grad student 1951 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
J. R. Vallentyne grad student 1953 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Thomas F. Goreau grad student 1956 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Alan J. Kohn grad student 1957 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Joseph Shapiro grad student 1957 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Robert Helmer MacArthur grad student 1953-1957 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Peter John Wangersky grad student 1958 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Henry O. Werntz grad student 1958 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Ian A. McLaren grad student 1961 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Martin Alexander Buzas grad student 1963 Yale (Geotree)
John J. Gilbert grad student 1960-1963 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Eric L. Mills grad student 1964 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
David C. Grant grad student 1965 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Egbert Leigh grad student 1966 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Alan Covich grad student 1970 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Robert A. Kinzie grad student 1970 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Thomas E. Lovejoy grad student 1964-1971 Yale
Raymond Lindeman post-doc 1941-1942 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
Peter W. Frank post-doc 1952 Yale (Marine Ecology Tree)
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Hutchinson GE. (1992) Population studies: animal ecology and demography Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 54: 695
Hutchinson GE, Tongring N. (1984) The possible adaptive significance of the Brooks-Dyar rule Journal of Theoretical Biology. 106: 437-439
Hutchinson GE. (1981) Random adaptation and imitation in human evolution American Scientist. 69: 161-165
Hutchinson GE. (1976) Man talking or thinking American Scientist. 64: 22-27
Hutchinson GE. (1973) Eutrophication. The scientific background of a contemporary practical problem American Scientist. 61: 269-279
Herbert Borman F, Galston AW, Hutchinson GE, et al. (1970) Etzioni's view of the environment Science. 169: 529
HUTCHINSON GE. (1964) THE DETERMINANTS AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE. THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIROMNENT. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 51: 930-4
Hutchinson GE, Cowgill UM. (1963) Chemical Examination of a Core from Lake Zeribar, Iran. Science (New York, N.Y.). 140: 67-9
COWGILL UM, HUTCHINSON GE. (1963) Sex-ratio in childhood and the depopulation of the Peten, Guatemala. Human Biology. 35: 90-103
COWGILL UM, HUTCHINSON GE. (1963) Differential mortality among the sexes in childhood and its possible significance in human evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 49: 425-9
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