|Present||Chair, Department of Geology, Western Washington University ‐ Department of Geology|
|Present||Professor, Department of Geology, Western Washington University|
- Paleomagnetism Seminar (558)
- Magnetic Fabrics (454/554)
- Practical Paleomagnetism (457/557)
- Plate Tectonics (453/553)
- Applied Geophysics (452/552)
- Field Camp (410)
- Geophysics (352)
- Marine Geology (340)
- Structural Geology (318)
- Introduction to Geology (101 and 211)
|1994||Ph.D., University of Michigan|
|1990||M.S., University of Michigan|
|1988||B.S., University of Washington|
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Unblocking Temperatures of Viscous Remanent Magnetism in Displaced Granitic Boulders ...
Geophysical Research Letters (2015)
Viscous remanent magnetization (VRM) may partially overprint original magnetization in rocks displaced by geomorphic events. An established theoretical relationship between ...
Depth Distribution of Magnetofossils in Near-Surface Sediments From the Blake ...
Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences (2006)
Fe-oxide and Fe-sulfide trace minerals in sediments and sedimentary rocks provide proxy records of biogeochemical processes, record past variations in ...
Paleomagnetism and Tectonic Significance of Albian and Cenomanian Turbidites, Ochoco ...
Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth (2005)
Understanding continental growth and convergent margin dynamics associated with terrane accretion and modification of the Cordilleran margin of North America ...