Roger Hooke, beloved University of Maine mentor and researcher and giant in the fields of glaciology and geomorphology, died March 10  at the age of 82.
Hooke joined the School of Earth and Climate Sciences and Climate Change Institute in 2000 as a research professor and adviser. One of Hooke's interests during his time at UMaine involved examining what glacial landforms in Maine revealed about the Laurentide Ice Sheet.
Division of Marketing and Communications, "Glaciology, geomorphology giant Roger Hooke passes away at 82" (2021). General University of Maine Publications. 1071.
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