Robert G. (Bob) Douglas, an internationally recognized micropaleontologist and marine geologist, passed away on January 26, 2016, after a long battle with cancer. During his career he pursued a diverse range of research interests, including the study of living foraminifera and modern environments, Cretaceous foraminiferal biostratigraphy, Cretaceous and modern paleoceanography and biogeography, and more. He published an extensive series of important and highly-cited articles, and he sat on a number of editorial boards and international scientific committees. Within every group that included Bob as a member, he was quickly recognized as a natural leader and a wise counselor. He was...

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