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Jean Joseph Lelievre

Jean Joseph Lelievre, French civil engineer, water resources, hydrologist, United Nations official. Member Ingénieurs Civils de France, American Society of Civil Engineers, International Water Resources Association Developer river sediments measuring device.

Background

  • Lelievre, Jean Joseph was born on December 18, 1933 in Saumur, France. Son of René Alexis and Colette Marie (Laveissiere) Lelievre.

  • Education

    • Graduate Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Electronifique Electrotechnique et Hydraulique, Toulouse, France, 1959.

    Career

    • Hydrologist, United Nations Educational, Argentina, 1971-1975. Project director United Nations, Argentina, 1976-1978, interregional adviser on use of computers in water resources development, United Nations Headquarters, New York City, since 1978.

    Membership

    Member Ingénieurs Civils de France, American Society of Civil Engineers, International Water Resources Association Developer river sediments measuring device.

    Connections

    • Married Marie J. Boher, December 31, 1957. Children– Isabelle R., Fabienne M. Field engineer Société Centrale Equipement Territoire (France), Ivory Coast, 1960-1961, Brazil, 1962-1963, Tunisia, 1963, Brazil, 1963-1969, Morocco, 1970-1971.
    • father: René Alexis Lelievre
    • mother: Colette Marie (Laveissiere) Lelievre
    • spouse: Marie J. Boher
    • children: Isabelle R. Lelievre
    • Fabienne M. Field engineer Société Centrale Equipement Territoire Lelievre (France)
    • Ivory Coast Lelievre
    • 1960-1961 Lelievre
    • Brazil Lelievre
    • 1962-1963 Lelievre
    • Tunisia Lelievre
    • 1963 Lelievre
    • Brazil Lelievre
    • 1963-1969 Lelievre
    • Morocco Lelievre
    • 1970-1971 Lelievre
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    Born December 18, 1933
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