Name: Anatole Stephan Loukashkin
Born: Liaoyang, Manchuria, China on April 20, 1902
Citizenship: Naturalized U.S. 1946
Married: July 17, 1922 to Eva Rekevich
Deceased: San Francisco, California U.S. on October 6, 1988
College of Mines in Tchita, Siberia 1918-1920 Paleontology; Fossil Man
College of Oriental and Commercial Sciences in Harbin, Manchuria 1925-1927 Statistics; Economic Geography of the Far East; Ethnography of East Asia; Chinese Language
Medical School in Harbin, Manchuria 1928-1929 General Zoology; Embryology; Anatomy of Vertebrate Animals
Statistician - Chinese Eastern Railway Co. in Harbin, Manchuria 1927-1930 Analysis of field data of economical importance
Curator - Natural History Department, Manchuria Research Institute in Harbin, Manchuria 1931-1932 Curating, field work and research
Chief Curator - Manchuria Research Institute in Harbin, Manchuria 1932-1939 Curating, field work and research
Assistant - Institute of Scientific Research of Manchoukuo at Hsinking 1937-1939 Research and consulting on nature conservation
Assistant - Hsinking Horse Disease Institute in Hsinking, Manchuria 1937-1939 Field work and research in horsefly problem
Self-Employed - Commission from the U.S.A., Canada, Europe and Japan 1935-1940 Collecting seed and live plants for the experimental stations 1937-1940 Collecting natural history specimens for universities and museums
Research Biologist - George Williams Hooper Foundation for Medical Research, University of California in San Francisco, California 1941 Field Work at Calaveras Dam
Research Biologist - California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California 1941 Field work in Idaho
Statistician - Department of the Army; U.S. Army Military Government in Korea in Seoul, South Korea 1946-1948 In charge of Statistical Research Section at the Department of Transportation; Supervisory duties
Research Biologist - California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California 1950-1978 Experimental study of sardine behavior and physiology
Manchuria Research Society in Harbin, China 1923-1929 Phenological observations; Life history of Amur pheasant; Mongolian Antelope and Mongolian San Grouse
Manchuria Research Institute in Harbin, China 1931-1939 Excavation of the post-tertiary mammalian remains near Harbin, 1931; First Scientific Expedition of the M.R.I. for the upper courses of Mulin and Mutankiang, 1931; First Great Khingan Zoological Expedition, 1934; Second Great Khingan Zoological Expedition, 1934; Dalai Nor Zoo-botanical Expedition, 1935 ; Third Great Khingan Zoological Expedition, 1935; First Horse Fly Expedition for the Lesser Khingan, 1936; Wutalienchieh Complex Expedition, 1937; Second Horse Fly Expedition for the Lesser Khingan, 1938; Third Horse Fly Expedition, 1939
Self-Employment 1939-1940 Six-month collecting expedition to Dalai Nor in Barga (mammals and birds) 1940
Systematics, zoogeography, ecology and life histories of Manchurian mammals, birds and fishes.
Bird migration in East Asia.
Economical importance of animal life of Manchuria and its conservation.
Extinct mammals and birds of the Far East.
Physiology and behavior of the Pacific Sardine.
1934 - XVI International Geological Congress, Washington, D.C. - Submitted communication which was published; its title: "The Post-Tertiary Fauna of North Manchuria Contemporary with Primitive Man"
1935 - XII International Zoological Congress, Lisbon, Portugal - Delegate of the Manchuria Research Institute; report title: "The Tarbagan or the Trans-baikalian Marmot, etc."
1937 - International Symposium on Early Man upon the occasion of the 125th Anniversary of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia - report title: "Some observations on the remains of a Pleistocene fauna and the Paleolithic age in Northern Manchuria"
Manchuria Research Society in Harbin, China - member 1923-1929 secretary of Natural History Section 1927-1929
Club of Natural Sciences and Geography in Harbin, China - member/founder 1929-1940
Manchurian Biological Society in Mukden, China - member/founder 1937-1941
California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California - member 1941 Research Associate of the Department of Mammology and Ornithology - fellow 1949
American Society of Mammologists - member 1941
American Ornithologists' Union - associate member 1941
Grinnell Naturalists' Society in Berkeley, California - member 1942
National Geographic Society - member 1942
Museum of Russian Culture in San Francisco, California - member 1951 president/director 1954-1966
Society of Systematic Zoology - member 1952
The American Society of Museums - member 1953-1965
The American Association for the Advancement of Sciences - member 1954 fellow 1958
Awaiting dinner at hut in forest near mouth of Erkechi River Ornithological Expedition to Urkichihan, Great Khingan May 19, 1934
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