PhD, 2005, University of California, Berkeley
My research uses a combination of geophysical approaches (e.g., rock magnetism, paleomagnetism, gravity), material characterization techniques (e.g., scanning and transmission electron microscopy, scanning force microscopy, X-ray diffraction), and field geology methods to critically examine a broad range of scientific problems. These tools enable my group to collaborate with specialists from a variety of disciplines, including the geosciences, anthropology, soil science, planetary geology, material sciences, physics, chemistry, and biology. Our research aims to understand the fine details of processes that operate on global, tectonic, outcrop, and nanometer scales. Please see my personal webpage for more detailed, up-to-date information.
- Mineralogy, ESCI 2301
- Natural Hazards and Disasters, ESCI 1012
- Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism, ESCI 4204
- Field Methods, ESCI 3891
- Introductory Field Geology, ESCI 3911