Herman H. (Hank) Shugart, Jr.

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Herman H. (Hank) Shugart, Jr. is a systems ecologist and a member of the Environmental Literacy Council. He is Professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia's Department of Environmental Sciences, where he is:[1]

Director of the Center for Regional Environmental Studies at the University of Virginia. He received his Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of Georgia in 1971, and worked for the next 13 years in Tennessee -- eventually as a Senior Research Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and as a Professor in Botany and the Graduate Program in Ecology at the University of Tennessee. In 1984, he moved to his current position at University of Virginia. Dr. Shugart has also served as a Visiting Fellow in the Australian National University (1978-1979, 1993-1994), in Australia's Commonwealth Industrial and Scientific Research Organization, Division of Land Use Research (1982) and Division of Wildlife and Ecology (1993-1994), in the International Meteorological Institute at the University of Stockholm, Sweden (1984), and in the International Institute of Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria (1987,1989).

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  1. Herman H. (Hank) Shugart. U. VA Center for Regional Environmental Studies. Retrieved on 2010-01-05.

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