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Charles Henry Smyth, Jr. grad student 1916 Princeton
 (Pre-cambrian Rocks of Southeast Newfoundland)


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Harry Hammond Hess grad student 1932 Princeton (Geotree)
Paul Bartholomé grad student 1952-1956 Princeton (Geotree)
Robert Bero Hargraves grad student 1959 Princeton (Geotree)
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Buddington AF. (1972) Differentiation trends and parental magmas for anorthositic and quartz mangerite series, Adirondacks, New York Memoir of the Geological Society of America. 132: 477-488
Hargraves RB, Buddington AF. (1970) Analogy between anorthosite series on the Earth and Moon Icarus. 13: 371-382
Buddington AF, Jensen ML, Mauger RL. (1969) Sulfur isotopes and origin of northwest Adirondack sulfide deposits Memoir of the Geological Society of America. 115: 423-451
Buddington AF. (1966) The precambrian magnetite deposits of New York and New Jersey Economic Geology. 61: 484-510
Buddington AF. (1966) Petrographic and modal relations, San Ford Hill Titaniferous magnetite deposit Economic Geology. 61: 204-205
Buddington AF. (1966) The occurrence of garnet in the granulite-facies terrane of the adirondack highlands: A discussion Journal of Petrology. 7: 331-335
Buddington AF, Lindsley DH. (1964) Iron-titanium oxide minerals and synthetic equivalents Journal of Petrology. 5: 310-357
Buddington AF. (1963) Metasomatic origin of large parts of the adirondack phacoliths: A discussion Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 74: 353-354
Buddington AF. (1963) Isograds and the role of H2O in metamorphic facies of orthogneisses of the northwest Adirondack area, New York Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 74: 1155-1182
Buddington AF, Fahey J, Vlisidis A. (1963) Degree of oxidation of adirondack iron oxide and iron-titanium oxide minerals in relation to petrogeny Journal of Petrology. 4: 138-169
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