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AAPG Bulletin


Volume: 72 (1988)

Issue: 12. (December)

First Page: 1526

Last Page: 1526


Author(s): John J. Amoruso


AAPG Bulletin, v. 72, no. 4 (April 1988): Response by John J. Amoruso, Honorary Member, should read (corrections in italics):

Being born in New Hampshire certainly does not destine anyone to be a petroleum geologist. There probably were less than twenty geologists of any specialty in the entire state. But fortuitously there was a beautiful shoreline and a countryside mantled with unconsolidated sedimentary deposits of glacial origin underlain by a marvelous variety of igneous and metamorphic rocks, which outcropped frequently and provided an irresistible lure to the curiosity of a young mind. I had no idea of what they were, but even the cobbles we chunked at floating targets bobbing in the Atlantic were interesting.

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