Matthews , Drummond Hoyle
(1931–1997) British geologist.

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  • Vine–Matthews–Morley hypothesis — The Vine–Matthews–Morley hypothesis, also known as the Morley–Vine–Matthews hypothesis was the first key scientific test of the seafloor spreading theory of continental drift and Plate tectonics. Geophysicist Frederick John Vine and the Canadian… …   Wikipedia

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  • Vine , Frederick John — (1939–1988) British geologist Vine was educated at Cambridge University. After a period in America teaching at Princeton University (1965–70) he returned to Britain becoming reader (1970) and professor of environmental science (1974) at the… …   Scientists

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