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39 - Call for Proposals: GSA 2016 Annual Meeting & Exposition
On page 22 of the October 2015 issue of GSA Today, David M. Raup was listed as the first president of the Paleontological Society. He in fact was president in 1977 (the first president was J.M. Clarke in 1909). GSA Today regrets this error.
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