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  • Professor (Lecturer), Geology & Geophysics
801-581-7937

Current Courses

Fall 2018

  • GEO 2500-001
    Wasatch in the Field
    Location: TBA (TBA), FASB 330 (Frederick Albert Sutton Bldg)
  • GEO 3030-001
    Living with Quakes
    Location: WEB L103 (Warnock Engineering Building)
  • GEO 3250-001
    Geology of Utah
    Location: FASB 375 (Frederick Albert Sutton Bldg)

Summer 2018

Spring 2018

Professional Organizations

  • Geological Society of Greece. 08/1989 - present. Position : Member.
  • Geological Society of America. 08/1977 - present. Position : Member.
  • American Geophysical Union. 08/1977 - present. Position : Member.

Courses I Teach

  • GEO 1000 - Natural Disasters: From Hollywood to Reality
    Earthquakes, volcanoes, hurricanes, tsunamis, avalanches, wild fires, meteorite impacts and more!
  • GEO 1030 - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
    "Shake and Bake." The science of these events presented in the context of plate tectonics, and their momentous impacts on human populations.
  • GEO 4500 - Geologic Field Methods
    Geologic field mapping of rocks, structures and landforms. Preparation of cross sections, stratigraphic columns, and stereoplots. Professional report writing.
  • GEO 4510 - Field Geology
    Capstone course for Earth Science majors. Map and interpret two challenging regions in the western Cordilleran Sevier fold-and-thrust belt.