Lucien Leon Hauman
He received his education in Gembloux, and afterwards relocated to Argentina, where he obtained a position in the department of agronomy and veterinary medicine at the University of Buenos Aires. From 1904 to 1925 he taught classes in botany, plant pathology and agricultural microbiology at the university. In 1910 he laid the foundations for its botanical garden.
In Argentina he conducted important phytogeographical research, and he also performed plant collection duties that involved excursions to Paraguay, Chile and Uruguay as well as in Argentina. In 1927 he returned to Europe, where from 1928 to 1949, he served as a professor of botany at the Free University of Brussels. During this time period he studied African flora, about which, he collected numerous plants in the Belgian Congo. In 1949 he returned to Argentina as an honorary professor at the University of Buenos Aires. The "Jardín Botánico Lucien Hauman" at the university is named in his honor.
- Note préliminaire sur les Hordeum spontanés de la flore Argentine
- Catalogue des phanérogames de l'Argentine, 1917 – Catalog of phanerogams native to Argentina.
- La végétation des hautes cordillères de Mendoza, 1918 – Vegetation of the high Cordillera of Mendoza.
- Le végétation de l'île de Martín García dans le Río de la Plata, 1925 – Vegetation of Martín García Island in the Rio de Plata.
- La vegetacion de la Argentina, 1947 – Vegetation of Argentina.
- International Organization for Plant Information (IOPI). "Author Details" (HTML). International Plant Names Index. Retrieved 2008-05-06.
- Lucien Hauman (1880-1965) data.bnf.fr
- Hauman, Lucien León (1880-1965) JSTOR Global Plants
- BHL Taxonomic literature : a selective guide to botanical publications
- Etymological Dictionary of Grasses by Harold T. Clifford, Peter D. Bostock
- Most widely held works by Lucien Hauman WorldCat Identities
- IPNI. Hauman.
Data related to Lucien Leon Hauman at Wikispecies
- "Hauman, Lucien Leon" (HTML). Missouri Botanical Garden. Retrieved 2008-05-06.
- Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Asociación Latinoamericana de Fitotecnia, Las Ciencias agrícolas en América Latina: progreso y futuro.
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