WorldCat Identities
Thu Oct 16 17:52:40 2014 UTClccn-n500274050.00Oral history interview with Kenneth L. Hunkins,0.521.00William Glen interviews with scientists16014349Bruce_C._Heezenn 5002740562789Heezen, B. C.Heezen, BruceHeezen, Bruce 1924-1977lccn-n50012056Tharp, Marieothlccn-n85038232Hollister, C. D.lccn-n80126153Geological Society of Americaothedtviaf-126018490International Association for the Physical Sciences of the OceanCommission on Marine Geophysicslccn-n79141364Talwani, Maniklccn-n81097076Scrutton, R. A.lccn-n50006825Berann, Heinrich C.lccn-n85188735National Geographic Society (U.S.).Geographic Art Divisionnp-bumstead, newmanBumstead, Newmanlccn-n87846497Garst, J.(John)Heezen, Bruce C.MapsConference proceedingsBiographyRelief modelsBathymetric mapsPhysical mapsOcean bottomSubmarine topographyMarine sedimentsAbyssal zoneOcean circulationHeezen, Bruce CIndian OceanUnited StatesOceanographersOceanNorth Atlantic OceanSouth Atlantic OceanPacific OceanGeology, StructuralMexicoAtlantic OceanEarthquakesSeismologyGeomorphologyAntarcticaGlaciersSubmarine geologyGeology, StratigraphicQuaternary Geologic PeriodNorth Pacific OceanContinental marginsSlopes (Physical geography)GeologyLamont-Doherty Earth ObservatoryWorld mapsEwing, W. Maurice--(William Maurice),ScienceGeophysicsColumbia UniversityUniversities and colleges--FacultyResearch vesselsWorld maps, PhysicalOliver, J. E.--(Jack Ertle),Tharp, MarieWorzel, J. Lamar--(John Lamar),OceanographyPlate tectonicsBroecker, Wallace S.,Drake, Charles LBucher, Walter H.--(Walter Herman),Belousov, V. V.--(Vladimir Vladimirovich),International Oceanographic CongressScripps Institution of OceanographyGeomorphological mappingWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution1924197719511952195519561957195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198919901992199419951996199719981999200220054080222424551.4608GC83ocn003715439ocn300368009ocn490481450ocn802874600ocn613722533ocn742293602ocn853044352ocn494468451ocn494469167115516ocn000222155book19710.39Heezen, Bruce CThe face of the deep49916ocn000626364book19590.63Heezen, Bruce CThe floors of the oceans40118ocn002798269book19770.79Heezen, Bruce CInfluence of abyssal circulation on sedimentary accumulations in space and timeConference proceedingsInfluence of abyssal circulation on sedimentary accumulations in space and time+-+80841353553243068ocn007795174book19820.82The Ocean floor : Bruce Heezen commemorative volumeBiography1561ocn005307895map19670.74National Geographic Society (U.S.)Indian Ocean floorMaps11912ocn005501492map19610.92Heezen, Bruce CPhysiographic diagram of the South Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, the Scotia Sea, and the eastern margin of the South Pacific OceanMaps1189ocn003417253map19640.06Heezen, Bruce CPhysiographic diagram of the Indian Ocean, the Red Sea, the South China Sea, the Sulu Sea and the Celebes SeaMapsPhysical maps10723ocn005492894map19770.08Heezen, Bruce CWorld ocean floorMapsRelief models1016ocn005569523map19710.01Heezen, Bruce CPhysiographic diagram of the western Pacific OceanMaps875ocn006171286map19590.92Cserna, Zoltán deTectonic map of MexicoMaps768ocn005501490map19570.92Heezen, Bruce CPhysiographic diagram, Atlantic Ocean (sheet 1)Maps736ocn004912758map19680.08Heezen, Bruce CPhysiographic diagram of the North Atlantic OceanMapsBathymetric maps737ocn005501797map19750.01Rémur, Tanguy deThe floor of the oceansMaps612ocn025398013book19590.56Heezen, Bruce CThe Floors of the oceans578ocn000430802book19670.66International Association for Quaternary ResearchThe Quaternary history of the ocean basins; a symposium arranged by Bruce C. Heezen for the VII congress of the International Association for Quaternary Research, Boulder, Colorado, Sept. 2, 1965564ocn001339233map19720.77Heezen, Bruce CMorphology of the earth in the Antarctic and SubantarcticMaps542ocn012343280map19820.01Espinosa, A. FSeismicity of the earth, 1960-1980Maps441ocn003853494map19780.96Heezen, Bruce CBathymetric map of the northeast Equatorial Pacific OceanMaps412ocn007008859map19780.01Rawson, Martine DreyfusOcean floor sediment and polymetallic nodulesMaps414ocn005496099map19700.01United StatesMajor topographic divisions of the continental marginsMaps11ocn881394812file1992Hay, William WOral history interview with Dr. William HayIn this interview William Hay discusses topics such as: the University of Illinois and Enrico Fermi; Fritz Coche; Bob Ginsberg; biostratigraphy; Mohole project; deep sea drilling project; Maurice Ewing; Bruce Heezen; continental drift; University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science; Lamont-Doherty earth observatory, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; National Science Foundation; Cesare Emiliani; sea floor spreading; Warren Bixley; Max Bromwitz11ocn881393305file1997Opdyke, Neil DOral history interview with Neil D. OpdykeHistoryDiscusses his youth and education in New Jersey; working his way through Columbia University; his graduate work at Cambridge University in geology; his work in paleomagnetism and paleoclimatology; his early impressions of Lamont; the arguments about continental drift and plate tectonics; his move to the University of Florida. Prominently mentioned are Wallace Broecker, Walter Bucher, Maurice Ewing, James Hays, Bruce Heezen, Ted Irving, Henry Kohler, Marcus Langseth, Jack Oliver, Walter Pitman, Keith Runcorn, and Manik Talwani11ocn881393364file1995Tharp, MarieOral history interview with Marie TharpHistorySome of the topics of discussion include: her transfer to Columbia University; the Lamont estate being transferred to Columbia; early impressions of Lamont Geological Observatory; impressions of relations between Laurence Kulp and W. Maurice Ewing; recollections of Heezen-Ewing tensions and Heezen presentations at 1965 meeting of the Second International Oceanographic Congress (Moscow); relations with Ewing involving promotion and tenure and impressions of Ewing's intellectual domination at Lamont; role as faculty senate member at Columbia University; recollections of proposed relocation of LGO; impressions of funding shifts involving oceanographic research, 1960s-1970s; the effects on her career of not being able to go to sea because of her gender; recollections of experiences onboard Verma and other research vessels; recollections of Henry C. Kohler; mapping the oceans; Ewing's feelings about women scientists and women on ships; the contributions of the research vessel, Vema. Prominently mentioned are: Heinrich Berann, Wallace Broecker, Charles Drake, Maurice Ewing, Bruce Heezen, C.D. Hollister, Angelo Ludas, National Geographic Society, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute11ocn760893155art19790.10Heezen, Bruce C. 53Periodicals11ocn881397354file1997Udint︠s︡ev, G. BOral history interview with Gleb UdintsevHistoryFamily background and early education; military service (1941-1945); Moscow University (1940-1941, 1946-1949); Moscow University graduate school (1949-1952); Institute of Oceanology (1946-1976); International Geophysical Year; Institute of the Physics of the Earth (1976-1986); Geological Institute (1986-1992); V.I. Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry (1992- ); life in Soviet Russia and after perestroika; funding sources for his research; problems with development of technology in Russia; political and ideological influences on research publication problems with his visa and travel restrictions; interaction with foreign colleagues including: W. Maurice Ewing John Ewing, Bruce Heezen, Bill Menard, Russell Raitt, Roger Revelle, Marie Tharp. Others prominetly mentioned: V. V. Belousov, Manik Talwani11ocn881393362file1995Aitken, Thomas DOral history interview with Thomas AitkenHistoryDiscusses his youth, family life, and education in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania; recollections of his undergraduate years at Dartmouth and Columbia University; his decision to major in geology, his first job at Lamont and his first cruise on the research vessel Vema; working with John and Maurice Ewing; his later work on the ships and becoming chief scientist aboard in 1965; his role as mediator between Heezen and Ewing; comments on the change in Lamont leadership when Ewing left; women computers at Lamont and their work. Also prominently mentioned is Stewart Smith11ocn881393301file1997Ryan, William B. FOral history interview with William RyanHistoryDiscusses his youth in upstate New York and education at Hotchkiss and then Williams College; his graduate work at Columbia University with Bruce Heezen as his advisor; the social climate of the 1960s at Columbia and around the country; environmental issues; the departure of Maurice Ewing from Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory11ocn881394334file1999Lisit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr PetrovichOral history interview with Alexandr LisitsynIn this interview, Alexander Lisitsyn discusses his career in marine geology. topics discussed include: Moscow Geological Prospecting Institute; Konstantin Ivanovich Lisitsyn; marine research aboard the Vityaz; Alexandr Zhivago; International Geophysical Year; Ivan Dmitrievich Papanin; Petr Shirshov; P. L. Bezrukov; plate tectonics; P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology; V. V. Beloussov; Bruce Heezen11ocn881393296file1997Dorman, Henry JamesOral history interview with Henry James DormanHistorySome of the topics discussed include: his childhood; education in geophysics at Columbia/Lamont; research in seismology; early use of computers in seismology and geophysics; influence of the International Geophysical Year on Lamont; international collaborations; Russian seismology; working with NASA and the lunar seismology experiments in the Apollo missions; move to University of Texas (Marine Biomedical Institute) at Galveston; Comparison of Lamont and Texas laboratories under Maurice Ewing; details of staff transfer, set-up of the new laboratory and acquisition of the Ida Green; factors in Lamont's success. Prominently mentioned are: Walter Bucher, Maurice Ewing, Cecil Green, Bruce Heezan, Gary Latham, John Lindberg, Jack Oliver, Walter C. Pitman, Frank Press, Marie Tharp, Joe Worzel11ocn881397348file1995Kesner, AlmaOral history interview with Alma KesnerHistoryDiscusses the personal relationships, interactions, and social life at Lamont-Doherty; the research vessels, Prominently mentioned are Maurice Ewing, Bruce Heezen, Henry Kohler, Marie Tharp, and J. Worzel11ocn881393302file1996Langseth, Marcus GOral history interview with Marcus G. LangsethHistoryDiscusses his youth and education; graduate study at Lamont; his first cruises on the research vessels Vema; being drafted into the army during graduate school and doing ballistic research at Aberdeen Proving Ground; his first year-long cruise aboard the Vema after his military service; the instruments used for research in heat flow and sea-floor spreading; his dissertation on heat flow in the Indian Ocean;*Prominently mentioned are Sir Edward Bullard, Charles Drake, Maurice Ewing, Bruce Heezen, Henry Kohler, Xavier Le Pichon, Jack Nafe, Jack Oliver, Frank Press, Manik Talwani, J. Lamar Worzel11ocn881393318file1996Gordon, Arnold LOral history interview with Arnold L. GordonHistoryDiscusses his childhood in Brooklyn; graduate work at Colunbia; Georg Wust's influence as visiting professor at Lamont and the influence of the German scientists on oceanography; the Meteor Expedition; the interaction between Woods Hole, Scripps, and Lamont; the relationship between physical oceanography and meteorology; teaching oceanography at Columbia; among other topics. Also prominetely mentioned are: Maurice Ewing, Bruce Heezen, Jack Nafe11ocn881393303file1995Hays, James DOral history interview with James D. HaysHistoryDiscusses his youth and education in upstate New York; his undergraduate education at Harvard; graduate work at Ohio State and Columbia University in geology; comparisons of Lamont and Scripps Institution; his research in Radiolaria, deep-sea sediment; paleo climatic research, and the CLIMAP Project. Prominently mentioned are Maurice Ewing, Bruce Heezen, John Imbrie11ocn881397372mix1995Officer, Charles BOral history interview with Charles Officer and Trixie OfficerHistoryThe interview begins with a brief interview with Trixie Officer, discussing her time working at Lamont-Doherty. The remainder of the interview is with her husband, Charles Officer, discussing the beginnings of Lamont, his childhood and education, getting a Ph.D. in geology at Columbia, his work with Lamont; Woods Hole Oceanographic institute (1951-1955) and summers at Rice University; running for Congress, 1964, 1972; his position at Dartmouth College as a research professor. Prominently mentioned are: Maurice Ewing, Charles Drake, Marie Tharp, Bruce Heezen, Harold Jefferies, David B. Ericson, Frank Press, Brackett Hersey11ocn881393328file1996Drake, Charles LOral history interview with Charles L. DrakeHistoryRecollections of his childhood, early introduction to geology, his education at Princeton, and Columbia, the development of geophysics and seismology as a field of research, his work at Lamont, the development of the geochemical lab at Lamont, the offshoot companies that grew out of Lamont, the politics and processes of gaining federal funding in the 1960s, the political ramifications of earth science, geochemistry, global warming and environmental concerns, working on the research vessels (Verma), his work in velocities, the development of plate tectonics. Among those prominently mentioned include: V. V. Belousov, Wallace Broecker, Walter Bucher, E. C. Bullard, Maurice Ewing, Burce Heezen, Harry Hess, Laurence Kulp, Angelo Ludas, John Nave, Jack Oliver, George Wollard, J. Lamar Worzel11ocn881394394file1998Laughton, A. SOral history interview with Sir Anthony S. LaughtonTopics include: his family and early education; his decision to attend Cambridge University and Kings College; the impact of WWII on his education; his Naval experiences; his post-war education; getting into geophysics; work on seismic refraction at sea; his dissertation work on the velocity of sound through the sea-bottom sedimentation; obtaining a Fulbright scholarship to go to U.S. where he spent one year at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observation; work with deep-sea camera; work with Bruce Heezen; comparison of Lamont with Scripps Institution of Oceanography; work leading to the gradual acceptance of sea-floor spreading; his work at National Institute of Oceanography; studies related to sea-floor spreading; comparison of British and American standards for classification of data; the Indian Ocean Expedition and its importance to the theory of sea floor spreading; his research vessel, Discovery; reactions to the work of Vine and Matthews; his work in the Gulf of Aden; Soviet ships and style of research; recollections of Russian scientist Gleb Udintsev; participation on the Atlantic Panel and participation on international programs and committees; comparison of the NIO to Lamont; the British government's support for research; the Rothschild report; differences between applied and strategic research; submarine detection work; creating government science policy; negotiations on the 3rd Law of the Sea; radioactive waste disposal11ocn881393304file1995Hayes, Dennis EOral history interview with Dennis E. HayesHistoryDiscusses his youth and education in the mid-west and Colorado; his undergraduate education at the University of Kansas and his graduate work at Columbia University; his decision to go into geophysics; his work as chief scientists aboard the research vessels and his relationship with Capt. Henry Kohler; international cooperation in researach projects; the effect on Lamont of Maurice Ewing's move to Texas; his committee work for the National Science Foundation; teaching graduate students at Columbia; plate tectonics; and marine geology. Also prominently mentioned are Wally Broecker, Charles Drake, Gordon Eaton, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Arnold Gordon, Bruce Heezen, Marcus Langseth, Jack Nafe, Jack Oliver, Neil Opdyke, Walter Pitman, Baring Raleigh, Mark Talwani, J. Lamar Worzel11ocn881397338file1995Broecker, Wallace SOral history interview with Wallace S. BroeckerHistoryDiscusses childhood and upbringing in Chicago, recollections of family members; involvement in religious activities as youth; attending Wheaton College, recollections of courses and social environment of Wheaton; early interactions with J. Laurence Kulp and Paul Gast. Transfer to Columbia University; early impressions of Lamont Geological Observatory; impressions of relations between Kulp and W. Maurice Ewing; recollections of conflicting interpretations of C-14 ratios in ocean water samples; impressions of Harmon Craig and Gerald Wasserburg; interactions with Columbia University geology faculty, including Walter Bucher. Impressions of graduate and undergraduate teaching at Columbia; recollections of Hans-Suess; impressions of relations between LGO geochemists and Lamont scientists in other fields; recollections of Heezen-Ewing tensions and Heezen presentations at 1965 meeting of the Second International Oceanographic Congress (Moscow); relations with Ewing involving promotion and tenure and impressions of Ewing's intellectual domination at Lamont; role as faculty senate member at Columbia University; recollections of proposed relocation of LGO; impressions of funding shifts involving oceanographic research, 1960s-1970s; recollections of experiences onboard Verma; recollections of Henry C. Kohler11ocn697318604rcrd1.00Glen, WilliamWilliam Glen interviews with scientistsInterviewsInterviews with twenty-four scientists, chiefly geologists, conducted between 1976 and 197811ocn881393322file1996Hunkins, Kenneth LOral history interview with Kenneth L. HunkinsHistoryTopics include his growing up in Lake Placid, NY; his education; his college years at Yale; graduate years at Stanford; his decision to get into geophysics; the International Geophysical Year; ice stations and research in the Arctic; research in physical oceanography; Prominently mentioned are Maurice Ewing, Bruce Heezen, Jack Oliver, Joshua Soske, George Thompson, Norbert Untersteiner+-+8084135355324+-+8084135355324Thu Oct 16 15:44:28 EDT 2014batch33869