Sydney Ewart Hollingworth

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Sydney Ewart Hollingworth (1899–1966) was a British geologist who specialized in the Pleistocene geology of northwest England, and was Professor of Geology at University College London, 1946–66. The Hollingworth Cliffs in Antarctica are named after him.[1] Awarded the Murchison Medal in 1959.