Bachelor, London University, 1956. Master of Science, McGill University, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, McGill University, 1961.
Lecturer in geography, London School Economics, 1959-1969;
head economics geography section, Canada Department Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, Ontario, 1969-1971;
director planning and priorities, Ministry of State for Urban Affairs, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1972-1978;
senior economics affairs officer, United Nations Economics Commission Europe, Geneva, Switzerland, 1978-1981;
executive director, Sigma Xi, New Haven, Court, 1981-1987. Consultant water resources United Nations Economics Commission Europe, 1966-1967. Consultant German Marshall Fund United States, 1975-1977, Ford Foundation, 1977, Environment Canada, 1994-1995.
Research director Canada House of Commons Standing Committee on Environment, 1991-1992. Director Chreod Ltd., 1993-1997. Associate fellow Timothy Dwight College, Yale University.
Member Hakluyt Society (council 1967-1969), Champlain Society, Society for Historyof Discoveries, Quinnipiack Club (New Haven), M C.
Married Margaret Cochrane Storrie, July 10, 1963 (divorced 1987). 1 child, Janet Clare Louise. Married Merlyn Hayward Farina (Martin), August 16, 2001.