This volume of American Mineralogist commemorates the scientific work of Robert C. Reynolds Jr. The articles in this commemorative volume show the wide area of clay research impacted by Bob’s own contributions. These range from the crystallography of clay minerals; to weathering processes; to the diagenetic and hydrothermal alteration and growth of various clay minerals and their geologic ramifications; to the interpretation of the dating and isotopic geochemistry of clays. Many of the papers were presented orally at the annual Geological Society of America Meeting in Reno in 2000 at a technical session that accompanied his receipt of the Mineralogical...

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