Timothy L. Clarey
Timothy L. Clarey received a Ph.D. and B.S. (summa cum laude) from Western Michigan University (USA), and an M.S. from University of Wyoming (USA), all in geology. He worked for nearly a decade as a geologist for a major oil company and then spent 17 years as a college professor. His publications include numerous articles on the geology of the Rocky Mountain region. He has written and/or co-authored several books, including Guide to Dinosaurs (ICR). Tim currently works as a Research Associate for the Institute for Creation Research.
- How the rocks fit the Flood
Creation magazine interview with Shaun Doyle
- The pre-Flood world resembled Pangaea with Davis J. Werner
- South Caspian Basin supports a late Cenozoic Flood boundary with Davis J. Werner
- Empirical data support seafloor spreading and catastrophic plate tectonics
- Floating forest hypothesis fails to explain later and larger coal beds
- Examining the floating forest hypothesis: a geological perspective
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