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Dingman, Stanley Lawrence, b. 1939

 

Dates

  • Existence: b. 1939

Stanley Lawrence Dingman was born on January 31, 1939. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1960. While at Dartmouth, Dingman spent two summers with Prof. Andy McNair doing fieldwork in the Canadian Arctic. After receiving his MA and Ph.D. in geology from Harvard University, Dingman worked as a research hydrologist at US Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab. In 1969, he became an environmental consultant and also taught a hydrology and meteorology course at Dartmouth. After spending some time as a Senior Resource Planner with the New England River Basins Commission, Dingman was hired by the University of New Hampshire as a professor in their hydrology department. Dingman held this position until his retirement in 2005. Dingman is the author of "Physical Hydrology" (2008) and "Fluvial Hydrology" (1984 and 2009).

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Stanley Dingman arctic photographs

Stefansson Mss-270
 Collection
Identifier: Mss-270
Overview Stanley Lawrence Dingman (b.1939.) Dartmouth College Class of 1960. The collection contains several color photographs from Andrew McNair's 1966 expedition to Bathhurst and Victoria Islands as well as a 1973, offprint from "Polar Notes," "The Arctic Expeditions of Andrew H. McNair" by S. Lawrence Dingman.