Profiles of Rocky Mountain Geologists – a continuing series

The writer sees much in favor of the hypothesis of primary vertical movements and has perhaps accorded it greater attention than some will like.

—A. J. Eardley, 1962

When I think of Armand Eardley (Fig. 1), who became a friend, I remember late summer 1968, the first time I went into the field with him. We drove to Antelope Island, normally the largest island in Great Salt Lake, though it is sometimes joined to the land. There we looked at Recent deposits of the lake around the island's margins....

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