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Lynn F. Fenstermaker is a remote-sensing research professor at the Desert Research Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada. ... more
Gregory C. Ferdock is the owner of CGF Geological Resources and a consulting mineralogist and economic geologist.... more
Bill Fiero, a resident of the Great Basin for over twenty years, logged more than 11,000 miles on highways and dirt roads conducting research for Geology of the Great Basin.... more
David Fine is Professor Emeritus at California State University, Long Beach, where he taught American Literature and American Studies since 1968. His first book was The City the Immigrant, and American Fiction, 1880-1920 (1977), and he has edited, or co-edited, four collections of literary essays, Unknown California, Los Angeles in Fiction (1985, 2nd edition 1995), San Francisco in Fiction (1995), and John Fante, a Critical Gathering (1999).... more
Ted Floyd is the editor of Birding magazine, the flagship publication of the American Birding Association, and served as the Great Basin Bird Observatory’s atlas project coordinator throughout the field survey period.... more
Victoria Ford is a former communications specialist for the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension. She is an oral historian who has published fifteen books on Nevada and its people.... more
Bill Fox remains stubbornly outside the ability of critics to label him. An independent scholar, a cultural geographer, an essayist, a poet, a travel writer, Fox consistently brings together unexpected fields of knowledge in order to illuminate the subjects at hand.... more
Richard V. Francaviglia is a professor of history and geography at the University of Texas at Arlington and serves as director for the Center for Greater Southwestern Studies and the History of Cartography.... more