MACARTHUR'S 1988 SCIENCE ""GENIUSES""

-------------------------------------------------- TI: MACARTHUR'S 1988 SCIENCE "GENIUSES" DT: February 6, 1989 PG: 14 TY: PROFESSION (The Scientist, Vol:3, #3, pg. 14, February 6, 1989) (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.) ---------- Charles Archambeau, a theoretical geophysicist at the University of Colorado whose work on seismic source theory has had implications for nuclear weapons testing and testing detection. Philip DeVries, a lepidopterist whose work in Costa Rica has been critical for tr

The Scientist Staff
Feb 5, 1989
-------------------------------------------------- TI: MACARTHUR'S 1988 SCIENCE "GENIUSES" DT: February 6, 1989 PG: 14 TY: PROFESSION (The Scientist, Vol:3, #3, pg. 14, February 6, 1989) (Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.)

---------- Charles Archambeau, a theoretical geophysicist at the University of Colorado whose work on seismic source theory has had implications for nuclear weapons testing and testing detection.

Philip DeVries, a lepidopterist whose work in Costa Rica has been critical for tropical conservation efforts.

Helen Edwards, the physicist who heads the accelerator division of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

John Fleagle, a primate paleontologist and professor of anatomy at the School of Medicine at SUNY, Stony Brook.

Raymond Jeanloz, a geologist interested in mineral physics and high-pressure petrology at the University of California, Berkeley.

Marvin Kahl, an ornithologist in Sedona, Ariz., who specializes in storks, spoonbills, and flamingos.

Naomi Pierce, a biologist at Princeton studying plant-insect evolution.

Robert Shaw, a theoretical and experimental physicist studying...