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Emiliani, Cesare
Oral history interview with Cesare Emiliani and Donald R. Moore, 1990 March 29.
In this interview, Cesare Emiliani and Don Moore discuss their careers and the history of the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. Topics discussed include: deep sea drilling project; Fritz Koczy; F.G. Walton Smith; Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory; Bob Ginsburg; W. Drost-Hansen; Warren Scriver Wooster; Gil Voss; Shell Development Company; Gordon Gunter; Gulf Coast Research Laboratory; Ed Hoffmeister.
Cesare Emiliani, American climatologist and marine geologist (1922-1995). Doctorate geology, University of Bologna (1945); Ph.D. geology, University of Chicago (1950). Professional experience includes: geologist, Società Idrocarburi Nazionali (1946-1948); resident associate geochemist, University of Chicago (1950-1956); associate professor, professor of marine biology, University of Miami (1957-1995).
Donald R. Moore, American malacologist (1921-). M.S., University of Southern Mississippi (1960); Ph.D., University of Miami (1964). Professional experience includes: assistant research biologist, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory (1955-1960); instructor, assistant professor, associate professor of marine invertebrates, University of Miami (1960-).
Drost-Hansen, W.
Emiliani, Cesare
Ginsburg, Robert N.
Gunter, Gordon, 1909-
Hoffmeister, J. Edward (John Edward), 1899-1991
Koczy, Fritz F.
Moore, Donald R., 1921-
Smith, F. G. Walton (Frederick George Walton), 1909-
Voss, Gilbert L.
Wooster, Warren S. (Warren Scriver), 1921-
Deep Sea Drilling Project.
Gulf Coast Research Laboratory Consortium
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
Shell Development Company
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Moore, Donald R., 1921-, interviewee.
Yehle, Jean, interviewer.
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