J. T. Gulick

John Thomas Gulick (March 13, 1832 – April 14, 1923) was an American missionary and naturalist from Hawaii. He was one of the pioneers of modern evolutionary thinking based on his studies of Hawaiian snails of the genus ''Achatinella''. He was among the first to describe the formation of species through geographic separation of breeding populations. He developed early ideas on the founder effect and what is now known as the Baldwin effect. He coined the term "divergent evolution". Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Gulick, John, 1924-
    Published 1967
    Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1967.
    xii, 253 p. illus., maps. 24 cm.
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    by Gulick, John, 1924-
    Published 1976
    Pacific Palisades, Calif. : Goodyear Pub. Co., c1976.
    xvii, 244 p. ; 24 cm.

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