What a genuine pleasure it is to read (and review) this short autobiography of one of North America’s major living geologists. How fortunate we are that he took the time to write it. My pleasure is enhanced by knowing Prof. Rodgers personally, albeit rather peripherally. We first met shortly after I began regional mapping in southeastern Connecticut for the U.S. Geological Survey in 1956, and our paths crossed frequently at meetings and NEIGC field trips during the ensuing decade. I am ever grateful to Prof. Rodgers who, unlike many of his contemporary professorial types and “established” geologists (including some from...

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