Dame Georgina Mace
Georgina Mace in 2019
Georgina Mary Mace
12 July 1953[source?]
|Died||September 19, 2020(aged 67)|
|Known for||Developing the criteria for listing species in the IUCN Red List|
|Spouse(s)||Roderick O. Evans|
|Children||one son, two daughters|
|Thesis||The evolutionary ecology of small mammals (1979)|
|Doctoral advisor||Paul H. Harvey[source?]|
Dame Georgina Mary Mace, DBE, FRS (12 July 1953 – 19 September 2020) was a British ecologist and conservation scientist. She was Professor of Biodiversity and Ecosystems at University College London.
She was Professor of Conservation Science and Director of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Centre for Population Biology, Imperial College London (2006–2012) and Director of Science at the Zoological Society of London (2000–2006).
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