Students

Steve Alm
M.S. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: A Geological and Geophysical Investigation into the Evolution and Potential Exploration of a Geothermal Resource at the Dixie Valley Training Range, Naval Air Station Fallon.

Advisor: Doug Walker

Tyson Berndt
M.S. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: Geochronology, metamorphic petrology of Blue Ridge Area, Fremont County, Colorado

Advisor: Andreas Moeller

Tandis Bidgoli
Ph.D. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: Low temperature thermochronometric contraints on Cenozoic intraplate deformation in the central Basin and Range

Advisor: Doug Walker

Sam Coleman
Ph.D. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: Geochemistry of the Independence Dike Swarm and its relation to the evolution of the Jurassic Sierra Nevada.

Advisor: Doug Walker

Erica Dalman
Ph.D. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: Constraining Active Deformation on the Guaicaramo Fault; Implications for Strain Partitioning in the Eastern Cordillera and LLanos Basin of Colombia.

Advisor: Michael Taylor

Christian Hager
Ph.D. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: Timing and Kinematics of Cenozoic and Recent E-W Extensions on the Tibeta lateau. A case study from the Xainza rift (S-Tibet)

Advisor: D. Stockli

Maureen Logan
M.S. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: Quanterary normal faulting of North Lunggar, Tibet

Advisor: Taylor

Jeff Oalmann
Ph.D. student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Advisor: A. Moeller

Jeff Schroeder
PhD student
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Research Project: Late Cenozoic to Recent Fault Slip Distribution in Northern Fish Lake Valley, Nevada

Advisor: D. Stockli

Gabriel Veloza-Fajardo
Lindley Hall, Room 120

Research

Advisor: M. Taylor




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