||George J. Wallace
Wallace is a member of the Zoology Department at Michigan State University, with a particular interest in birds.
Be sure to reviews Chaps. 1-2, 7-8 of Silent Spring. You should be able to comment on Carson's credibility and the harms of pesticides. Be familar with the case of robins (Ch. 8). See also Roy Barker.
See Paul Brooks, House of Life, pp. 242-43, 252-53.
Wallace, George J., Walter Nickell and Richard Bernard. 1961. Bird Mortality in the Dutch Elm Disease Program in Michigan. Bloomfield Hills, MI: Cranbrook Institute of Science [Bulletin 41].
Wallace, George J. 1959. "Insecticides and Birds." Audubon (Jan.-Feb.): ----.
Wallace, George J. 1960. "Another Year of Robin Losses on a University Campus." Audubon (Mar.-Apr.): ----.
Wallace, George J. 1962. "The Seventh Spring Die-off of Robins in East Lansing, Michigan." The Jack-Pine Warbler 40(March): -----.
Wallace, George J., and Richard F. Bernard. 1963. "Tests Show 40 Species of Birds Poisoned by DDT." 64(July/Aug.): 198-199.
List, Peter C. 2008. "Rachel Carson and George J. Wallace: Why Public Environmental Scientists Should be Advocates for Nature." In Rachel Carson : Legacy and Challenge, ed. Lisa H. Sideris and Kathleen Dean Moore (State University of New York Press, Albany, NY).