The Person of Professor Zoller


In 1985, at age 43, William H. Zoller was an international authority on environmental and volcanic chemistry. His curriculum vitae listed more than 150 scientific publications. He had trained 45 graduate students at the University of Maryland and at the university of Washington (UW0 in Seattle, where he attracted research funding that exceeded $5 million. Zoller made four research expeditions to Antarctica and was the leader of the first team of scientists to land in the crater after Mount St. Helens erupted. he ventured into 34 other active volcanoes with an Indiana Jones flair that earned him the nickname, "Wild Bill" Zoller.

then in 1987 an auto accident caused a brain injury that threatened to end his career...

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