Ode to Field Geology of Williams: Fleur de Lys nectar still fermenting on Belle Isle
Throughout the 1960s, Hank Williams put Newfoundland on the proverbial global map as one of the most complete cross-sections of the Appalachian Orogen, and he became a champion attractor to this unique geological laboratory. By the end of the 1960s, Williams, together with Bob Stevens, had mapped the rocks of Belle Isle in the treacherous waters north of the Long Range Peninsula, and suggested their siliciclastic rocks were equivalent to those of the Fleur de Lys type sections on the Burlington...[Show more]
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