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Daniel Archibald Livingstone (3 August 1927 – 6 March 2016) was the James B Duke Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, in the Department of Biology at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Livingstone studied at McGill and Dalhousie Universities before joining Ed Deevey's research group as a PhD student at Yale University. His research primarily addressed issues of historical ecology, including lake ontogeny, forest history, fish biogeography, palynology, Quaternary bioclimatology, and the paleolimnology of African lakes. He died March 6, 2016.

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  • Daniel Archibald Livingstone (3 August 1927 – 6 March 2016) was the James B Duke Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, in the Department of Biology at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Livingstone studied at McGill and Dalhousie Universities before joining Ed Deevey's research group as a PhD student at Yale University. His research primarily addressed issues of historical ecology, including lake ontogeny, forest history, fish biogeography, palynology, Quaternary bioclimatology, and the paleolimnology of African lakes. He was the inventor of the Livingstone corer, widely used by American palynologists and paleolimnologists. In 1989, he was awarded the G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. He died March 6, 2016. (en)
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  • Daniel Archibald Livingstone (3 August 1927 – 6 March 2016) was the James B Duke Professor Emeritus and Research Professor, in the Department of Biology at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Livingstone studied at McGill and Dalhousie Universities before joining Ed Deevey's research group as a PhD student at Yale University. His research primarily addressed issues of historical ecology, including lake ontogeny, forest history, fish biogeography, palynology, Quaternary bioclimatology, and the paleolimnology of African lakes. He died March 6, 2016. (en)
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  • Daniel A. Livingstone (en)
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