Arthur Holmes

Holmes around age 22 Arthur Holmes (14 January 1890 – 20 September 1965) was a British geologist who made two major contributions to the understanding of geology. He pioneered the use of radiometric dating of minerals and was the first earth scientist to grasp the mechanical and thermal implications of mantle convection, which led eventually to the acceptance of plate tectonics. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1952
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by Holmes, Arthur
Published 1971
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by Holmes, Arthur
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by Holmes, Arthur
Published 1980
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by Holmes, Arthur W.
Published 1967
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