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During the 1929-1932 depression the geological profession suffered greatly through loss of employment. An effort is made to point out various fields of cooperative endeavor wherein the geologist is well qualified to function and, through proper development of which, the profession should be enabled to avoid a repetition of the serious loss of employment which occurred at that time. The problems of the expert witness and of the professional appraiser are discussed briefly.
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