Here are some nice pictures of Cecil Green.
The definitive reference is, "Cecil and Ida Green: Philanthropists Extraordinary" by Robert R. Shrock, ISBN 0-262-19276-4. Below are the web links gathered by Jon Claerbout.
- Austin College
- Bond University, Australia
- Colorado School of Mines
- UT Dallas
- Dallas Science Place and Theater (Cecil Green asteroid)
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Oxford University, Green College
- Southern Methodist University
- Stanford University
- University of British Columbia
- Scripps Cancer Clinic
- University of Sydney
- Texas Christian University Library
- St. Marks school in Texas
- University of California at San Diego
- Wood's Hole Oceanographic Institution
Cecil Green resume at Texas Instrumentshistory of Texas Instruments
Society of Exploration Geophysics (SEG) PublicationsHere are some Green publications gleaned from the web data base at the Society of Exploration Geophysics:
- Green, C., 1993, SEG 1992 Award Citations-Honorary Membership Citation for John Hyden: The Leading Edge, 12, no. 2, 90-91.
- Green, Ted, 1990, The brothers Green: A family's exploration odyssey: The Leading Edge, 9, no. 3, 60-63.
- Green, Cecil H., 1980, President's page - Anniversary reflections: Geophysics, 45, no. 11, 1597-1599.
- Green, Cecil H., 1979, Memorial to J. C. Karcher: Geophysics, 44, no. 6, 1018-1021.
- Green, C. H., 1954, Geophysical management looks at safety as a public relations factor: Geophysics, 19, no. 4, 820-824.
- Green, C. H., 1953, A cooperative plan in student education: Geophysics, 18, no. 3, 525-531.
- Green, C. H., 1948, Integration in exploration: Geophysics, 13, no. 3, 365-370.
- Green, C. H., 1938, Velocity determinations by means of reflection profiles: Geophysics, 3, no. 4, 295-305.
Find any broken links? Any suggestions for improving this tour? Email to claerbout @ stanford.edu. This Cecil and Ida Green WWW tour is not copyrighted. I made it and I put it in the public domain. Please feel free to copy it, embellish on it, or make pointers to the original, which I hope to improve upon. -jon claerbout