Ph.D.: University of Utah
Academic Rank: Brady Presidential Distinguished Professor
Structural evolution of curved mountain systems including the Sevier mountain belt; Processes of foreland deformation;
Fluid-rock interaction and strain softening processes in fault and shear zones;
Neoproterozoic rifting and Snowball Earth climate systems;
Applications of geochronology and thermochronology to determine fault slip and strain rate histories;
Fluid flow in fractured bedrock aquifers; Development of fracture systems during weathering.
GEO 4510 - Geology Field Camp