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Charlier, Roger Henri

CHARLIER, Roger Henri

CHARLIER, Roger Henri. Also writes as Henri Rochard. American (born Belgium), b. 1921. Genres: Novels, Poetry, Earth sciences, Engineering, Environmental sciences/Ecology, Marine sciences/Oceanography. Career: Professor Emeritus of Geology, Geography and Oceanography, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago (Director, Bureau of Educational Travel, 1961-64; Co-ordinator, Earth Science Area, 1961-65; Research Scholar in Oceanography, 1962-64; Director, Oceanography Program, 1966-71; Vice-Chairman, Dept. of Geography, 1962-70). Professor Emeritus, University of Brussels, Belgium; Hon. Prof, University of Bordeaux I, France; Collab, Royal Institute Natural Sciences, Belgium; Visiting Professor, University of Maryland (European Division), 1976-90. Scientific Adviser to Pres./CEO HAECON Inc. Drongen, Belgium, 1984-99; Vice Pres, Europe, Environmental Planning Group, Inc, Elk Grove Village, IL, 1992-95. Publications: Analyse-mathematique, 1941; The Gifted: A National Resource, 1960; Introductory Earth Science, 1961; The Physical Environment, 1966; Harnessing the Energies of the Ocean, 1970; The World around Us, 1971; The Study of Rocks, 1971; The Study of Oceans, 1971; Ocean Resources, 1976, 1978; Marine Science and Technology, 1980; Our Physical Environment, 1980; Marine Geology, 1980; Tidal Energy, 1982; Economic Oceanography, 1987; Ocean Energies, 1993; Coastal Erosion, 1998; Using Today's Knowledge for Black Sea Area's Tomorrow, 2000; 2nd Leadership Conference of Intl Ocean Inst (Constantza), The Proceedings, 2003; Oceans bridging the Millenium, 2004. AS HENRI ROCHARD: I Was a Male War Bride (novel), 1950; For the Love of Kate (novel), 1963; Pensees (poetry), 1964. Address: 4055 N Keystone Ave, Chicago, IL 60641-2414, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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