Ladies and Gentlemen, as everyone in this room knows, Andy Knoll has been an innovative and dedicated contributor to paleontology since his days as a graduate student with Elso Barghorn at Harvard. Andy began his research career as a paleobotanist with particular interest in the Proterozoic, but his bent has always been toward examining the evolutionary history of plants in their geological context. He has been an indefatigable field worker, with expeditions to Svalbard, Australia, Greenland, Siberia, Namibia, and a host of other regions to his credit. And I do mean expeditions. John Grotzinger of Cal Tech likes to tell...

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