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Ecologist , Botany educator

William Albert Niering, American botany educator, ecologist. award 1967), American Institute Biol. Member Ecological Society American (Mercer award 1967), American Institute Biological Sciences, Botanical Society American, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Explorer's.

Background

Niering, William Albert was born on August 28, 1924 in Scotrum, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Georgeand Emma (Everitt) Niering.

Education

1 child, William Stephen. Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State College, 1948, Master of Science, 1950. Doctor of Philosophy, Rutgers University, 1952.

From assistant professor to associate professor botany Connecticut College, New London, since 1952, professor, since 1964.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Life of the Marsh,1966. (with Nancy Olmstead) The Audubon Society Field Guide to NorthAmerican Wildflowers� Eastern Region, 1979. A Book of Wildflowers,1984.

      Wetlands, volunteer of Audubon Society Nature Guides, 1985, Wetlands of North America, 1991.

Membership

Member Ecological Society American (Mercer award 1967), American Institute Biological Sciences, Botanical Society American, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Explorer's.

Connections

Married Catherine Sullivan, June 25, 1955. 1 child, William Stephen.

father:
Georgeand Emma (Everitt) Niering. Niering

spouse:
Catherine Sullivan

child:
William Stephen Niering