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Paleoecologist

Saxon Elisabeth Sharpe, American Paleoecologist. Planning commissioner Castle Valley Town, Utah, 1985-1988, county member, 1986-1988. Member American Association of University Women, American Quaternary Association, Arizona-Nevada Academy Sciences, Association for Women in Science, Geological Society American, Western Society Malacologists.

Background

Sharpe, Saxon Elisabeth was born on February 8, 1954 in St. Louis. Daughter of Russell Thornley and Betty (Ward) Sharpe.

Education

Bachelor in Environmental Planning, The Colorado College, 1976; Master of Science in Quaternary Studies, Northern Arizona U., 1991.

Career

Paleoecologist, Desert Research Institute, Reno, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (procs.) First Biennial Conference on Research in Colorado Plateau National Parks, 1993, Fifth Annual International High-Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference and Exposition, 1994.

Membership

Planning commissioner Castle Valley Town, Utah, 1985-1988, county member, 1986-1988. Member American Association of University Women, American Quaternary Association, Arizona-Nevada Academy Sciences, Association for Women in Science, Geological Society American, Western Society Malacologists.

Connections

father:
Russell Thornley Sharpe

mother:
Betty (Ward) Sharpe