Thomas Wilson Dibblee, Jr. (1911 –2004)
In over 60 years of active mapping, Thomas Wilson Dibblee, Jr., created a true California legacy through his geologic maps and reports. They provide an unsurpassed regional perspective that contributes a wealth of locally important information. His knowledge of regional stratigraphy, structure, and paleontology was foundational to the current understanding of much of California’s geology. The magnitude, integrity, and permanence of Dibblee’s geologic mapping of one fourth of the state of California is unprecedented.
About the Dibblee Geological Foundation
The Dibblee Geological Foundation was created as a non-profit California education organization by those who admire the quality and quantity of Tom Dibblee's, Jr., geologic mapping. After Thomas Wilson Dibblee, Jr.’s death in 2004, the foundation donated the stock of maps and the digital collection to the Museum. Select your choice from 419 Dibblee Maps covering 500 quadrangles of California Geology
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