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Martin, Paul S. (Paul Schultz), 1928-2010

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Personal name headingMartin, Paul S. (Paul Schultz), 1928-2010
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Variant(s)Martin, P. S. (Paul Schultz), 1928-2010
Martin, Paul Schultz, 1928-
Associated countryUnited States
Associated placeMexico
Birth date1928-08-22
Death date2010-09-13
Place of birthAllentown (Pa.)
Place of deathTucson (Ariz.)
Field of activityPaleontology Mass extinctions Wildlife reintroduction
AffiliationUniversity of Arizona
Profession or occupationGeologists Paleontologists
Found inQuaternary extinctions, c1984: CIP t.p. (Paul S. Martin)
LC data base, 10/18/83 (hdg.: Martin, Paul Schultz, 1928- ; usage: P.S. Martin)
Anthropology news, Dec. 2010: p. 33 (Paul S. Martin, 82, d. Sept. 13, 2010, in Tucson, Ariz.; professor of geosciences, Univ. of Arizona; director, Desert Laboratory; M.S. and Ph.D. in zoology from Univ. of Michigan during 1950s)
SSDI, Dec. 16, 2010 (Martin, Paul Schultz; b. Aug. 22, 1928; issued by Arizona)
Wikipedia, May 3, 2017 (Paul S. Martin; born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1928; died in Tucson, Arizona, Sep. 13, 2010; American geoscientist, University of Arizona; his work bridged the fields of ecology, anthropology, geosciences, and paleontology; bachelor's in zoology 1953, Cornell University; master's and doctorate 1953 and 1956, University of Michigan; joined faculty of the University of Arizona in 1957, retired from there in 1989; developed theory known as "overkill" or "blitzkrieg model" about demise of large Ice Age mammal populations, coinciding with arrival of humans; championed the concept of "rewilding" or "resurrection ecology" in which extinct North American fauna could be restored by introducing animal populations analogous to extinct species, i.e., elephants for mammoths)
Associated languageeng