Trevor Kincaid


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Trevor Kincaid

Trevor Kincaid Death

Trevor passed away on July 1, 1970 at the age of 97 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Trevor Kincaid death quick facts:
  • When did Trevor Kincaid die?

    July 1, 1970
  • How old was Trevor Kincaid when died?

  • Where did Trevor Kincaid die? What was the location of death?

    Seattle, Washington, United States

Trevor Kincaid Birthday and Date of Death

Trevor Kincaid was born on December 21, 1872 and died on July 1, 1970. Trevor was 97 years old at the time of death.

Birthday: December 21, 1872
Date of Death: July 1, 1970
Age at Death: 97

Trevor Kincaid - Biography

Trevor Kincaid (December 21, 1872 – July 1, 1970) was a Canadian-American scientist and professor at the University of Washington who achieved national acclaim for his scientific achievements while an undergraduate student. Kincaid's interests ranged from insect life to marine biology to mollusks, though he described himself as an "omniologist" (one who studies everything). He is best known for introducing the gypsy moth parasite to the United States, for helping establish the Washington state oyster industry, and as the driving force behind the creation of the Friday Harbor Laboratories. Kincaid is responsible for the identification and naming of hundreds of species; at least 47 plant and animal species were, in turn, named after him. In 1938 he was designated Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus of the University of Washington, that school's highest honor for its alumni.