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Alan John Martin Baker

Alan John Martin Baker, British environmental science researcher and educator. Fellow Institute of Biology, Linnean Society of London, Institute of Ecology and Environtl. Management.

Background

  • Baker, Alan John Martin was born on July 17, 1948 in Felixstowe, United Kingdom. Son of Willie Frederick and Mary Agnes (Tibbenham) Baker.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science with 1st class honors, Imperial College, 1970. Achievement Rewards for College Scientists, Imperial College, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University London, 1974.

      Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation, University London, 1974.

    Career

    • Postdoctoral research worker University Sheffield, 1973-1976, lecturer in botany, 1976-1992, senior lecturer in plant ecology, 1992-1995, associate professor environmental science, since 1995. Visiting professor, research fellow Hong Kong Baptist University, since 1995. Principal environmental scientist Environtl.

      Consultancy, University Sheffield, since 1986. Senior environmental advisor, research manager AERC Ltd., Colchester, United Kingdom, 1990-1991. Member national executive committee CHES, London, 1993-1995.

    Works

    • Author: The Ecology of Ultramafic (Serpentine) Soils, 1992, Phytomining of Nickel from Soil, 1995. Patentee in field.

    Membership

    Fellow Institute of Biology, Linnean Society of London, Institute of Ecology and Environtl. Management.

    Personality

    Interests

    Travel, nature photography, music (classical and modern), wine tasting, cooking.

    Connections

    • Married Jennifer Lynda Addison, August 8, 1970 (separated). 1 child, Julia; partner Minerva Julia Moreno.
    • father: Willie Frederick Baker
    • mother: Mary Agnes (Tibbenham) Baker
    • spouse: Jennifer Lynda Addison
    • child: Julia Baker
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    Born July 17, 1948
    (age 69)
    Nationality
    • 1970
      Imperial College
    • 1970
      Imperial College
    • 1974
      University London
    • 1974
      University London
    • 1995
      visiting professor, Hong Kong Baptist University
    • 1995
      research fellow, Hong Kong Baptist University
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