Regan, C. Tate (Charles Tate), 1878-

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Charles Tate Regan was born in 1878. He was keeper of zoology at the British Museum. He worked on the scientific results of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1904 (leader William Speirs Bruce) and the British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-1913 (leader Robert Falcon Scott). He died in 1948

Published work includes 'Antarctic fishes of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition' in the Reports of the scientific results of the voyage of the steam yacht Scotia and 'Fishes' and 'Larval and post larval fishes' published in the zoology reports of the British Antarctic Expedition, 19101-913.

From the guide to the C Tate Regan collection, 1912-1913, (Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge)

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Birth 1878-02-01

Death 1943-01-13

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