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Biographical entry Skyring, Graham

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Biochemist and Microbiologist

Summary

Graham Skyring is a microbiologist whose research focus was on the biology and dynamics of microbial processes in aquatic sediments and coastal waterways. He was part of the CSIRO team that undertook the Port Phillip Bay Environmental Study (1991-1996), for which he and his colleagues received the CSIRO Chairman's Medal in 1996.

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1956
Education - Bachelor of Science (Microbiology and Biochemistry), University of Queensland
1961
Education - Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland
1970 - 1987
Career position - Research scientist in the Baas-Becking Geobiological Research Laboratory, Bureau of Mineral Resources
1977
Career position - Visiting Professor of Microbiology in the Department of Microbiology, University of Georgia
1987 - 1994
Career position - Research Scientist, CSIRO Division of Water Resources
1996
Award - Co-recipient of the CSIRO Chairman's 1996 Gold Medal

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