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Wyoming geologist J. David Love surveys part of the Grand Teton range, which he helped map. This image is a photo enhanced with a watercolor effect.  The original photo was taken in 1954 by Bob Houston, who was doing field work with Love at the time. Photo supplied courtesy of Love. 
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A Legendary Geoscientist
 by Kristina Bartlett
 One of the most important Rocky Mountain field geologists offers advice for the future.  A brief picture of David Love, the Wyoming geologist who received the American Geological Institute's first Legendary Geoscientist Award.

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