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Eville Gorham

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Eville Gorham (PhD, LlD, DSc, FAAAS, FRSC, MNAS, FESA) (October 15, 1925 – January 14, 2020) was a Canadian-American biochemist and ecologist. He was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. His work focused on the chemistry of fresh waters and the ecology and biogeochemistry of peatlands. His works led to legislation and redesign of the power plants of the world to scrub sulfur and the nuclear test ban treaty.

Gorham died on January 14, 2020 at the age of 94.[1][2]

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