Department of Geosciences

School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Graduate Areas of Study

Our graduate program focuses on six areas of graduate study:

Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology involves graduate courses and research conducted by professors Tom Brikowski and William Manton along with research scientist Robert Finkelman.

Remote Sensing, Geospatial Information Sciences (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) involves graduate courses and research conducted by professors Carlos Aiken, John Ferguson, and Robert Stern.

Geophysics involves graduate courses and research conducted by professors Carlos Aiken, John Ferguson, and George McMechan as well as research scientist Xiaoxian Zeng.

Sedimentology, Stratigraphy and Paleontology involves graduate courses and research conducted by adjunct faculty Alton Brown and Homer Montgomery as well as senior lecturer Ignacio Pujana.

Low Temperature, Trace Elements and Isotope Geochemistry involves graduate courses and research conducted by professors William Manton, Richard Mitterer, and Robert Stern, as well as research scientists Rodger Denison and Douglas Kirkland.

Structural Geology and Tectonics involves graduate courses and research conducted by professor Robert Stern and adjunct faculty Russell Davies and Weldon Beauchamp.

  • Updated: August 9, 2007