A. Starker Leopold papers : additions, 1939-1983.

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Leopold, A. Starker (Aldo Starker), 1913-1983. A. Starker Leopold papers : additions, 1939-1983.

A. Starker Leopold papers : additions, 1939-1983.

Includes correspondence, research project files, and consulting materials. Leopold's work on behalf of the National Park Service and the San Francisco Bay Delta Water Quality Control Project is especially well documented. The collection also includes extensive coverage of Leopold's professional affiliations, including coverage of his tenure as President of the California Academy of the Sciences, as well as his work on behalf of the Marine Mammal Commission. Although less complete, the collection also includes some materials relating to Leopold's teaching and committee work at the Department of Zoology and at the School of Forestry and Conservation, at the University of California, Berkeley.

11 cartons (13.75 linear feet)

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United States. National Park Service

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U.S. National Park Service has managed the Morristown National Historical Park since 1933. From the description of Morristown National Historical Park resource management records, 1933-1994 (bulk 1938-1970). (Morristown National History Park). WorldCat record id: 71014733 The National Park Service is the U.S. federal agency that manages all National Parks, many National Monuments and other conservation and historical properties with various title designations. It was created...

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Leopold, A. Starker (Aldo Starker), 1913-1983

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Aldo Starker Leopold (1913-1983) was a professor, naturalist, and author. The eldest son of noted ecologist Aldo Leopold (1887-1948), he followed in his father's footsteps with his concern for wildlife management and environmental conservation. A.S. Leopold received his B.S. from the University of Wisconsin in 1936, followed by graduate work in Forestry at Yale University and a Ph. D. in Zoology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1944. After two years as a director of field research ...