Robin Charles (Ignatius) Whatley was born a ‘Man of Kent’ in 1936. He was educated at Ashford Grammar School, where an inspiring teacher, Frank Kenworthy, stimulated a series of pupils to become earth scientists, for example, John Catt (University College London), Roy Clements (Leicester University), Ron Cook (recently Vice Chancellor of York University) and Chris Wilson (Open University). Following a varied post-school career as a farmer (1954), National Serviceman (1955–1957), and inshore fisherman based at Christchurch, Hampshire (1957–1959), Robin joined Hull University to read Geology. He graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in 1962, one of the first two...
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On the award of TMS Honorary Membership, 17 November 2004 Professor Robin Whatley – an appreciation
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Alan R. Lord, John E. Whittaker; On the award of TMS Honorary Membership, 17 November 2004 Professor Robin Whatley – an appreciation. Journal of Micropalaeontology ; 24 (1): 95–96. doi: https://doi.org/10.1144/jm.24.1.95
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