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Jane Goodall; research paper biography; women and minorities in science

Date Submitted: 08/13/2000 01:00:36
Category: / Science & Technology / Zoology
Length: 6 pages (1559 words)
Many may not consider a person who sits alone in a jungle for years interacting with monkeys a scientist, or even sane for that matter. However, Jane Goodall was both. Her years studying the chimpanzees in the Gombe Stream Research Center on the shores of Lake Tanganyika of Tanzania, Africa influenced theories on evolution, animal behavior, habitat preservation, and even animal rights. She has published numerous books, won many awards, and had a lasting, positive …
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…the chimpanzee. Works Cited: Biography: Jane Goodall. [Online] October 1, 2002. "Goodall, Jane". A Biographical Dictionary A to Z of Women in Science and Mathematics. Ed. Lisa Yount. New York: Facts on File, Inc. 1999. 80-82 "Jane Goodall". Notable Women Scientists. Ed. Pamela Proffitt. Woodbridge, CT: Gale Group, 1999. 213-215 Jane Goodall. [Online] October 1, 2002 The Jane Goodall Institute. [Online] September 24, 2002.
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