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  1. In case you missed breakfast, we have something for you, all related to Jim Thompson! Triangle: mineral compositions in Thompson projection Tetrahedron: basis for crystal chemistry of rock-forming minerals Thermodynamics: In the steps of Willard Gibbs (Prices show this placemat was collected long ago, perhaps on a JBT field trip.) Regional stratigraphy and paleontology Structural geology: including boudinage Liquidus: ternary eutectic

  2. The New England Legacy of Jim Thompson: Stratigraphy, Tectonics, Phase Petrology, Crystal Chemistry Surry Mtn. July 10, 1964 Convenors: Peter Robinson, Prof. Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, and Consultant, Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim, peter.robinson@ngu.no Charles W. Burnham, Prof. Emeritus, Harvard University, and Adjunct Prof., Fort Lewis College, Colorado, burnham_c@fortlewis.edu

  3. In case you missed breakfast, we have something for you, all related to Jim Thompson! Triangle: mineral compositions in Thompson projection Tetrahedron: basis for crystal chemistry of rock-forming minerals Thermodynamics: In the steps of Willard Gibbs (Prices show this placemat was collected long ago, perhaps on a JBT field trip.) Regional stratigraphy and paleontology Structural geology: including boudinage Liquidus: ternary eutectic

  4. The New England Legacy of Jim Thompson: Stratigraphy, Tectonics, Phase Petrology, Crystal Chemistry Surry Mtn. July 10, 1964 Convenors: Peter Robinson, Prof. Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, and Consultant, Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim, peter.robinson@ngu.no Charles W. Burnham, Prof. Emeritus, Harvard University, and Adjunct Prof., Fort Lewis College, Colorado, burnham_c@fortlewis.edu