GEOS 101/2 Dynamic Earth Lecture and Lab GEOS 201 Foundations of Geology Lecture and LabGEOS 301 Mineralogy GEOS 311 Geochemistry GEOS 345 Igneous and Metamorphic PetrologyGEOS 470 Research Methods in the GeosciencesGEOS 403 Field Geology Workshop in NewfoundlandGEOS 481 Field Research Experience in Oregon
Physical Volcanology, Petrology, Geochemistry, GIS. My research involves examining eruptive processes of volcanoes in both subaerial and submarine environments. I am interested in explosive eruption dynamics of submarine arc volcanoes, the resulting deposits, and geochemical exchange between magma and seawater and magma and hydrothermal fluids. I am also interested in lava flow morphologies and using remote sensing techniques, such as LiDAR, to quantitatively analyze volcanic terrains.
Soule SA, Mackey BH, Deligne NI, Deardorff
ND, Dietterich HR, 2013. How Lava Flows: New Insights from Applications of
Lidar Technologies to Lava Flow Studies. Geosphere. Vol. 9: 6,
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