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fishery administrator , researcher

Armin Hellmut Lindquist, Latvian, Swedish fishery administrator, researcher. Member Royal Academy Agriculture (member committee fishery and agriculture since 2000), Rotary (president Club Lysekil 1977-1978, Paul Harris fellow 1992).

Background

Lindquist, Armin Hellmut was born on February 4, 1928 in Riga, Latvia. Arrived in Sweden, 1949. Son of Alfred and Wera (Fleissner) Lindquist.

Education

Ph Cand, University Stockholm, 1954. Ph Lic, University Stockholm, 1957. Doctor of Philosophy, University Stockholm, 1961.

Career

Fishery officer Swedish National Board Fisheries, Gothenburg, 1955-1960. Senior researcher Swedish Institute Marine Research, Lysekil, 1960-1966, director, 1966-1981. Director fishery resources division Food and Agriculture Organization of United Nations, Rome, 1981-1985, assistant director general fisheries department, 1985-1988, 88-92.

Assistant director general Swedish National Board Fisheries, Gothenburg, 1992-1996. Professor Stockholm University, 2001. Delaware, vice president, 1st vice president International Council for Exploration of the Sea, Copenhagen, 1975-1981.

Consultant United Nations Educational, Havana and Mar del Plata, 1964-1965, Food and Agriculture Organization, Mozambique and India, 1975-1976. Member Swedish Food and Agriculture Organization committee Ministry of Agriculture, Stockholm, 1992-1993.

Membership

Member Royal Academy Agriculture (member committee fishery and agriculture since 2000), Rotary (president Club Lysekil 1977-1978, Paul Harris fellow 1992).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Administration, fishery research (pelagics, plankton, fishery oceanography).

Connections

Married Marianne Barrling, June 6, 1954. Children: Susanne, Madeleine, Annika.

father:
Alfred Lindquist

mother:
Wera (Fleissner) Lindquist

spouse:
Marianne Barrling

children:
Susanne Lindquist

Madeleine Lindquist

Annika Lindquist