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Frank B. Golley

Frank B. Golley
Born: Chicago, IL 9/24/1930; died 10/8/2006
Education: Purdue (B.S. 1952); Washington State (M.S. 1954); Michigan State (Ph.D. 1958)
Dissertation title: Energy dynamics of a food chain of the old-field community (Ecol. Mon. 30:187-206)
Adviser: Don W. Hayne (C)
Comments: Also influenced by Alton A. Lindsey as undergraduate, H. Buechner and Rex Daubenmire as a Master’s student, and John E. Cantlon as a doctoral student.
Teaching history: Univ. of North Carolina 1958-59; Georgia 1968-2000.
Ph. D. Students: Monica Turner
ESA offices and honors: Vice-President 1972-73; President 1976-77.
ESA links: Presidential bio | Resolution of Respect
Archived papers: Frank B. Golley Papers. The Golley papers at the University of Georgia’s Hargrett Library have not yet been catalogued.