Graham Chester Hickman, American biology professor, researcher. Achievements include research on convergence and divergence of subterranean mammals. Research grantee Foundation Research and Development, 1976-1990, Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Fund grantee American Museum Natural History, 1977, grantee Rachal Foundation, 1996-1997.
Part-time instructor Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 1970-1974. Professor biology University Natal, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 1975-1990, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University (formerly Corpus Christi State University), Corpus Christi, since 1991. Committee person Nueces County Beach Ecology Subcommittee, Corpus Christi, 1992-1995.
Advisor Corpus Christi Zoo, since 1996.
- Birds of Australia (Roger Tory Peterson field guides of the world)
- A handbook of Australian birds containing information on 778 species of birds.
Author: (slide series) Subterranean Mammals, 1986. Contributing author: Evolution of Subterranean Mammals at the Molecular and Organismal Levels, 1990. Editor: A Field Guide to Ward Island, 1995, A World Guide to Bird Guides, 1998.
Contributor articles to professional journals, and photographs to various publications.
Member bird hazard committee City of Corpus Christi, 1991-1993. Member American Society Mammalogists (life, member mammal slide library committee 1977-1984), Texas Society Mammalogists, International Union for Conservation of Nature (member species survival committee 1990-1906), Southwestern Association Naturalists, Beta Beta Beta.
1970 - 1974
1975 - 1990