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John Rodgers (geologist). John Rodgers (11 July 1914 – 7 March 2004) was an American geologist who was Silliman Professor of Geology at Yale University. Retrieved 8 October 2019. A to Z of Earth Scientists. findagrave memorial record.

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Rodgers J (2001) The company I kept: the autobiography of a geologist. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, vol 58, New Haven, Connecticut, p 224Google Scholar. Rodríguez L, Esteban JJ, Vegas N, Cuevas J (2008) Tectónica de inversión en la Playa de Sopelana (Arco Vasco, Pirineos occidentales). Geogaceta 45:23–26Google Scholar.

Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. The Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences is a learned society founded in 1799 in New Haven, Connecticut "to cultivate every art and science which may tend to advance the interest and happiness of a free and virtuous people. Its purpose is the dissemination of scholarly information. In the 2018-2019 academic year, the CAAS had 244 members. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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New Haven : Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences; distributed by Archon Books, Hamden, Conn. oology; biodiversity; Harvard University; americana. Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Ernst Mayr Library. Vol. 15, "To the University of Leipzig on the occasion of the five hundredth anniversary of its foundation, from Yale University and the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1909. Bibliography of agriculture. Biological abstracts. 1-11 each in 2 parts (v. 4, pt.

Silliman Professor Emeritus of Geology and Geophysics at Yale University, member of the National Academy of Sciences, former President of the Geological Society of America, and winner of the Society's Penrose Medal - John Rodgers is the doyen of Appalachian geology. To compare the Appalachian orogeny, a belt of deformed metamorphic and plutonic rocks, with mountain ranges around the world, John traveled widely using his linguistic skills to compare geologic ideas and his skill at the piano to entertain his friends. Professor Rodgers's stature in Geology also came from his 50 years as Editor of the American Journal of Science and from his continued local interest as compiler of the latest version of the Geologic Map of Connecticut. His autobiography recounts a unique life, a time never to be duplicated, during a more gentle and gracious era.