Executive Director, IUGFS. Instructor: EAS X429. Professor of Practice, IU Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. Contact for all landowner and access issues, industry, governmental agencies and professional societies for use of field station for courses and conferences. Contact for Field Station alumni.
Associate Director for Academics, IUGFS. Instructor: EAS X429/X429g. Senior Lecturer IU Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.
Contact person for questions about faculty and Associate Instructor positions. Course content EAS X429, and X429g. Structural Geology, Environmental Geology.
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Instructor: EAS X429. SUNY Pottsdam, Pottsdam, NY. My research focuses on understanding and documenting climate change in the geologic past. By embracing a multidisciplinary approach using stable isotope geochemistry, micropaleontology, and sedimentology I attempt to relate changes in global climate to perturbations in the global carbon cycle and major mass extinction events in deep time intervals (e.g. the Ordovician, Permian-Triassic boundary, and Cretaceous-Paleogene boundary). BIO | email
Instructor: EAS X429e. Winona State University, Winona MN.
Low–temperature geochemistry and environmental geology, metal retention in passive systems built to treat mine drainage, fate of mercury and other trace metals in FGD produced gypsum, use of GigaPan technologies in education, investigation of crater-related deposits at the Rock Elm Crater and the Sudbury Impact Layer Deposits in Northern Minnesota and Ontario.
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Instructor: EAS X429. SUNY Pottsdam, Pottsdam, NY. Expertise: Geoscience education, Facies analysis of shallow marine and terrestrial strata, Fluvial sedimentology and reservoir architecture, Sequence stratigraphy, Basin analysis, Ichnology, Geologic mapping, Geographic Information Sytems, Seismic interpretation. email
office: IUGFS 633 South Boulder Rd., Cardwell MT 59721
phone: 406-287-3323 | email
Primary contact for all questions regarding applications, scholarships, travel, payments, etc. and general questions about the Field Station, rental of facility, and alumni matters.
phone: 812-855-1475 | email
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