1974. "Acknowledgments", Geology of the Arisaig Area, Antigonish County, Nova Scotia, A. J. Boucot, J. F. Dewey, D. L. Dineley, R. Fletcher, W. K. Fyson, J. G. Griffin, C. F. Hickox, W. S. McKerrow, A. M. Ziegler
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The authors are indebted to C. W. Harper, Jr:, for the use of material from his doctor's thesis on the brachiopods of the Arisaig Group. In that study, he identified many of the small collections that have helped to make correlation possible between the shore and the inland areas.
W.B.N. Berry and M. J. Copeland have greatly assisted by identifying the graptolites and the ostracods, respectively, found at Arisaig. R. K. Bambach has generously contributed his knowledge of the Arisaig bivalves; he has also permitted examination of Twenhofel's field notebook.
The chapter on the Knoydart has greatly benefited from the work of R. H. Denison, D. J. MacNeil, A. Suparman, and M. Tauchid.
John F. Dewey gratefully acknowledges financial support from the University of Manchester, the Royal Society of London, and the Nova Scotia Research Foundation.
D. Kelley has been generous with information on the Cobequid Mountains.
We are indebted for funds received by W. S. McKerrow from the Nova Scotia Research Foundation, the Royal Society of London, and the Geological Society of London Tyrrell Fund, and by D. L. Dineley from the Geological Survey of Canada and the National Museum of Canada.
McKerrow spent the year 1964–1965 as a post-doctoral Research Fellow at the California Institute of Technology with support from the National Science Foundation (Grants GP-2290 and GP-3743).
Acknowledgment is made in the list of maps to those Massachusetts Institute of Technology students who contributed to the brook maps presented in this report, but thanks are due