George Wilton Field
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|George Wilton Field|
North Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station
Massachusetts Commission on Fisheries and Game
Massachusetts Audubon Society
National Shellfish Association
He graduated from Brown University (A.M., 1890) and from Johns Hopkins University (Ph.D, 1892). He studied in Naples, Italy at the Naples Zoological Station, and in Munich. He became associate professor of cellular biology at Brown University from 1893-96.
He worked in Rhode Island and Massachusetts in his occupations. He was biologist at the Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station from 1896 to 1901; instructor in economic biology at MIT in 1902; and worked at the Massachusetts Commission on Fisheries and Game.
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