John E. Weaver

John E. Weaver
Born: Villisca, IA 5/5/1884; died 6/8/1966
Education: Nebraska (B. Sc. 1909, M.S. 1911); Minnesota (Ph.D. 1916)
Dissertation title: A study of the vegetation of southeastern Washington and adjacent Idaho. (Univ. of Nebraska Studies 17:1-133)
Adviser: F. E. Clements (D; confirmed by R. Tobey)
Teaching history: Washington State 1912-14, Nebraska 1915-52
Ph.D. Students: John M. Aikman, Frederick W. Albertson, Herbert C. Hanson (?)
Others influenced: S. Charles Kendeigh, Charles E. Olmsted (undergraduate)
ESA offices and honors: Vice President 1925; President 1930.
Archived Papers: J.E. Weaver Papers at Nebraska
External links: Wikipedia

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