Profiles of Rocky Mountain Geologists – a continuing series

All those lakes where the stars find themselves night after night, without ever changing: for so long I have thought of them.

—William Stafford, 1979

Wherever we look there is a striving for deeper understanding of ever more complex problems and a corresponding realization of how much more we must learn ….

—W. H. Bradley, 1963b

Wilmot Hyde (“Bill”) Bradley (Fig. 1), son of a generous dentist (Bradley's words), husband of Catrina van Benschoten, father of two daughters and of paleolimnology, died of a stroke on April 12,...

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