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Dr James Lovelock

Dr James Lovelock
photo from GAIA by Brig Klyce

Born in 1919, James Lovelock was educated at the University of London and Manchester University and holds a Ph.D. in medicine.  In the United States he has taught at Yale, the Baylor  University College of Medicine, and at Harvard University.

Some of his inventions were adopted by external linkNASA in their program of planetary exploration.  It was while working for NASA that Dr Lovelock is developed the Gaia Hypothesis.

Dr Lovelock is president of the Marine Biology Association, was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, London in 1974 and in 1990 he was awarded the first Amsterdam Prize for the Environment by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.  An independent scientist, inventor and author, Dr Lovelock works out of a barn-turned-laboratory in Cornwell, West Devon, England.


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Gaia : A New Look at Life on Earth
The Ages of Gaia: A Biography of Our Living Earth
Gaia: The Practical Science of Planetary Medicine
Gaia : A New Look at Life on Earth
The Ages of Gaia: A Biography of Our Living Earth
Gaia: The Practical Science of Planetary Medicine


Further Bibliography, Reviews, and Links
(for The Ages of Gaia)

web pageTHE AGES OF GAIA: A Biography of Our Living Earth. James Lovelock; Oxford University Press,

web pageThe Ages of Gaia - by James Lovelock  (Eco Books) - author biography

web pageMkzdK - Review of Ages of Gaia



Authors note: a number of people have written to me enquiring after Dr Lovelock's contact details. Unfortunately, I do not have any. I am not in contact with Dr Lovelock, and wriote this page only on my own initiative. All I can suggest is that you try writing to Dr Lovelock's publisher. - MAK



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