Fr. William Stauder, S.J. died of cancer on 29 September 2002 after a long and active academic career of teaching and research in seismology. As a researcher he was primarily an observational seismologist whose work was notable for careful measurements and thoroughness and whose name is linked to the early development of earthquake focal mechanism studies. Father Bill, as he liked to be called, spent, with the exception of Ph.D. studies, his entire academic and professional career at Saint Louis University. After receiving an A.B. degree he earned an M.S. in Physics in the late 1940's and was ordained a...

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