Mark Richard David Seaward, British environmental biologist. Recipient Nummo Aureo University Wroclaw, Poland, 1985. Fellow Institute Biology, Linnean Society London (vice president since 1997); member Leeds Philosophical and Literature Society (vice president, council member), British Lichen Society (honorary), Polish Botanical Society (honorary), Japanese Society Lichenology (honorary).
Head biology department Brigg Grammar School, England, 1960-1965. Lecturer Loughborough Training College, England, 1965-1967. Senior lecturer Trinity & All Saints Colleges, Leeds, England, 1967-1973.
From senior lecturer to professor University Bradford, England, since 1973. Honorary visiting professor University Hong Kong, since 1993.
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