Maurits Lindström – A renaissance geoscientist

@article{Bergstrm2007MauritsL,
  title={Maurits Lindstr{\"o}m – A renaissance geoscientist},
  author={Stig M. Bergstr{\"o}m and Jan Robert Bergstr{\"o}m and Risto A. Kumpulainen and Jens Orm{\"o} and Erik Sturkell},
  journal={GFF},
  year={2007},
  volume={129},
  pages={65 - 70}
}
Abstract This issue of the GFF is dedicated to Professor Maurits Lindström on the occasion of his 75th birthday by students, colleagues, and friends in recognition of his profound impact on the Science of Geology as researcher and teacher during more than half a century. 
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