Flower, obituary, paleoceanography
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Benjamin P. Flower, a gifted paleoceanographer and marine geologist, supportive colleague, and dedicated educator at the University of South Florida (USF) College of Marine Science (CMS) passed away on 1 July 2012 from complications related to a rare genetic immune dysfunction, Common Variable Immunodeficiency. He was 49 years old. During his brief illness, Ben's love of life and boundless high spirits were an inspiration to his family, friends, and colleagues. He exhibited remarkable courage and kept his sense of humor in face of adversity. Ben's intellectualism and enduring love of science remained intact, even in his last hours.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, v. 93, issue 40, p. 388
©2012. American Geophysical Union. All Rights Reserved.
Scholar Commons Citation
Hastings, David W.; Shevenell, Amelia E.; and Kennett, James P., "Benjamin P. Flower (1962–2012)" (2012). Marine Science Faculty Publications. 576.