Biographical entry Batley, Graeme (1941 - )
- 7 January 1941
Young, New South Wales, Australia
- Chemical analyst and Inorganic chemist
Graeme Batley is a chemist who's area of expertise is water sediment and quality assessment.
Batley worked at the Australian Atomic Energy Commission for 12 years before being appointed to the CSIRO in 1981 where he is still employed in 2012.
In 1997 he shared the CSIRO Chairman's Medal for his research team's work on the Port Phillip Bay Environmental Study.
He was instrumental in developing the CSIRO's influential Handbook for Sediment Quality Assessment and has published over 350 highly cited publications.
- c. 1958 - 1962
- Education - Bachelor of Science (Hons 1), University of Sydney
- c. 1963 - 1964
- Education - Masters of Science, University of Sydney
- c. 1964 - c. 1967
- Education - Doctor of Philosophy in analytical and inorganic chemistry, University of Sydney
- 1969 - 1981
- Career position - Research Scientist at the Australian Atomic Energy Commission
- 1981 - 2006
- Career position - Employed in the CSIRO Division of Energy Chemistry, later called CSIRO Energy Technology
- Career event - Established the Centre for Advanced Analytical Chemistry
- Education - Doctor of Science, University of Sydney
- 2006 -
- Career position - Employed at the CSIRO Division of Land and Water
- 'Batley, Graeme E (19410107-)', Trove, National Library of Australia, 2009, http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-512348. Details
- Ward, C., 'Graeme Batley', in CSIROpedia, 2011, http://csiropedia.csiro.au/display/CSIROpedia/Batley%2C+Graeme. Details
Created: 22 February 2012, Last modified: 18 March 2013