Alexander John Nicholson
1895 – 1969
Who was Alexander John Nicholson?
Alexander John Nicholson was an Irish Australian entomologist who specialised in insect population dynamics. He was Chief of the CSIR / CSIRO Division of Economic Entomology for 24 years and is credited with initiating the professional era in Australian entomology. He was a Foundation Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.
He is notable for the Nicholson–Bailey model.
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- Mar 25, 1895
- Oct 28, 1969
on July 23, 2013
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