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Journeys : Dec2011 Jan2012
My slice of the island Keith Corbett Keith Corbett is a Tasmanian-born geologist and lover of native plants. He was educated at R iana Primary and Ulverstone and Devonport High Schools, and at the University of Tasmania, where he graduated in 1963, gaining a PhD in 1971. He was recently awarded the inaugural WH Twelvetrees Medal by the Geological Society of Australia for contributions to Tasmanian geology, and a Life Membership of the Australian Plants Society Tasmania. Much of his life has been spent mapping the wilder parts of western and north-western Tasmania, getting to know the rocks and plants at close quarters. He has been a consultant geologist for the last 17 years. He and his wife Sib have a large native garden at Fern Tree on the slopes of Mt Wellington, and both have been closely involved with development of the Bushland Garden. ChristineCorbett In Tasmania today 42 December 2011 / January 2012
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