Interview discusses Murray Gell-Mann's involvements in science policy, science advising and other aspects of his career.
Focused interview on Garwin's work with JASON.
Interview primarily related to his involvement with JASON.
Early interest in physics.
In 1965 Evernden, a Berkeley-trained seismologist, became involved in the scientific-technical-political debate about the seismic detection of unde
Deals mainly with DuBridge's professional affiliations starting before World War II as member of National Research Council (NRC).
Education and early professional experience; undergraduate studies at Princeton University; graduate studies at University of Illinois; Ph.D., 1949
Recollections of his childhood, early introduction to geology, his education at Princeton, and Columbia, the development of geophysics and seismolo