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Richard Hamblyn was born in 1965 & is a graduate of the universities of Essex & Cambridge, where he wrote a doctoral dissertation on the early history of geology in Britain. He lives & works in London. (Bowker Author Biography)
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I am an environmental writer and historian, with a particular interest in the cultural cross-currents that flow between the sciences and the humanities. I was born in 1965 and grew up in Truro, Cornwall; Kingston, Jamaica; and Hastings, East Sussex (my adopted father was a fisheries biologist – hence the maritime locations).
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