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Samuel Warren Carey AO (1 November 1911, in Campbelltown – 20 March 2002, in Hobart) was an Australian geologist and a professor at the University of Tasmania. He was an early advocate of the theory of continental drift. His work on plate tectonics reconstructions led him to develop the Expanding Earth hypothesis.

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by Carey, S. Warren (Samuel Warren), 1911-2002
Amsterdam ; New York : Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co. ; New York : distributors for the U.S., Elsevier/North Holland, 1976
 
 
by Carey, S. Warren (Samuel Warren), 1911-2002
[Bedford Park, S.A.] : [Flinders University Science Association], 1974
 
 
 
by Carey, S. Warren (Samuel Warren), 1911-2002
Hobart, Tas. : School of Earth Sciences, University of Tasmania, c2000
 
 
by Carey, S. Warren (Samuel Warren), 1911-2002
Hobart, Tas. : Geology Dept., University of Tasmania, 1996
 
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