Glaciologist • USA
“Antarctica is a special place. It is a place where men and women of all nations and ethnic backgrounds can live and work in harmony”
Dr. Richard L. Cameron has a B.Sc. in Geology from the University of New Hampshire. He made his graduate in glaciology and Quaternary studies at the University of Stockholm and his Ph.D in Geology from The Ohio State University. In 1957, he first wintered in Antarctica at Wilkes Station. He has been Chief of Geotechnics Branch, Terrestrial Sciences Laboratory, Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories; Assistant to the Director, Institute of Polar Studies, Ohio State University as well as Assistant Dean of University College and Assistant Dean for International Programs; Program Manager for International Organizations, International Programs and then Program Manager for Glaciology for the Division of Polar Programs of the National Science Foundation.
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