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08 May 2017


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I have never met Hugh Davies but I have heard a lot about him and witnessed the results of his efforts in imparting not just the theory of geology in all its facets but in the mindset necessary in geologists to his students, and anyone for that matter, that they must spend much time in the PNG field situation to be effective.

I cannot but compare his to the efforts of another early expat academic on the PNG scene - Ross Garnaut - and I'll let the readers judge who comes up trumps in my estimation, which probably means not much anyway, really.

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