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Biographical entry Smith, Graeme Talbot (1938 - 1999)

Born
10 February 1938
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Died
June 1999
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Occupation
Arachnologist and Zoologist

Summary

Graeme Smith was a zoologist whose research encompassed a wide range of species and ecosystems. During 23 years with the CSIRO Division of Wildlife Research in Western Australia he worked initially on the ecology of birds, including research leading to management programs for several endangered species. He then concentrated on small vertebrated in the Western Australian wheatbelt. Smith was an expert on the ecology and biology of Australian scorpions. His papers included studies papers on the reproductive biology, response to fire and remnant populations of scorpions.

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1963
Education - BSc, University of Melbourne
1966 - 1967
Career position - Zoologist, Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition
1970
Education - PhD, Australian National University
1970 - 1993
Career position - Research scientist, CSIRO Division of Wildlife Research, Western Australia
1993
Life event - Retired

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