Nature and cultural seem to have been Glacken’s focus.
Glacken studied Geography at Johns Hopkins (PhD); while in the Army he was trained as a specialist in Japanese language and culture.
In 1955 Glacken was invited to a symposium at Princeton titled Man’s Role in Changing the Face of the Earth. He also studied 18th-century French naturalist Count Buffon. He was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1965 for Geography and Environmental studies.
A great majority of his work was done during the 1950s and 1960s at Berkley. The first link listed below will take you to Amazon.com’s listing of Glacken’s books.
Unfortunately Glacken passed away in 1990. The second link below will take you to a memorium on the University of California webpage.
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