F. Herbert Bormann

F. Herbert Bormann
Born: New York, NY 3/24/1922; died 6/7/2012
Education: Rutgers (B.S. 1948); Duke (M.A. 1950, Ph.D. 1952)
Dissertation title: Factors determining the role of loblolly pine and sweetgum in early old-field succession (Ecol. Mon. 23:339-358)
Adviser: Henry J. Oosting (C)
Comments: Influenced by Murray Buell as an undergraduate.
Teaching history: Emory Univ. 1952-56; Dartmouth 1956-66; Yale 1966-1992
Ph. D. Students; others influenced: Peter L. Marks, Jerry M. Melillo
ESA offices and honors: Mercer Award 1954, President 1970-71, Eminent Ecologist 1995.
ESA links: Mercer Award | Presidential bio | Eminent Ecologist | Resolution of Respect.
Archived Papers: Location unknown, but Bormann is mentioned in several collections at Yale University Archives. Search Yale’s online finding aid database using “bormann, f. herbert” to locate collections of interest. In particular, Bormann is mentioned as a correspondent in the Hutchinson (G. Evelyn) papers at Yale
External links: autobiographical article | Wikipedia

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