Peter Marshall, extraordinary seismologist, scientific leader, mentor, colleague, and friend, died on 5 October 2012 in Basingstoke, England. Peter spent his entire scientific career working on scientific issues related to the detection, identification, and yield estimation of underground nuclear explosions.

Peter’s greatest strength was in the careful study and interpretation of seismic data and waveforms. Once he trusted a body of data, he would apply his intellect and experience to gleaning the new insights and understandings hidden therein. Often he would bring separate, independent sets of data to a problem to reinforce or modify his original interpretation. Peter possessed an...

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