Robert S. (Robert Sinclair) Dietz (1914-1995) he served as an adjunct professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography from 1950-1963, he many significant contributions in the fields of geology, marine geomorphology, and oceanography. He was well known for his advocacy of continental drift and for the term "sea-floor spreading," which he coined. Circa 1952.
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