Geomorphologist Dr Robert Price, who died on 29 November 2012, was a specialist in how ice shaped landscapes. His interest in the Quaternary period informed his contribution to more contemporary issues, and he became a consultant after retiring from the Geography Department of Glasgow University in 1990. He was a Council member of the Institute of British Geographers and Editor of Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (1970–4)
A full obituary was published in The Geographical Journal
Dr Robert John Price. Reproduced courtesy of Mrs Mary Price
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