Monday, July 26, 2010


Paleo program ranked 10th in the nation for 2010!!

Our internationally recognized faculty lead research programs in forefront areas of Geosciences, including:

Earth Surface ProcessesGeomorphology, Quaternary Studies, Sedimentology, Sequence Stratigraphy, Planetary Surfaces, Paleoclimatology, Climate Modeling, Diagenesis.
GeobiologyPaleontology, Paleobiology, Paleoecology.
GeochemistryAqueus and Hydrothermal Geochemistry, Fluids in Earth Processes, Biogeochemistry of Earth Processes, Nanogeoscience and Mineral-Microbe Interactions.
GeophysicsGeodynamics and Geophysics of the Crust and Mantle, Exploration Geophysics: Seismology and Electromagnetics, Earthquake Seismology, Regional Seismic Network Monitoring, Seismic Hazard Assessment, Marine Geophysics.
HydrogeologyChemical and Contaminant Transport, Aquifer Mechanics, Well Hydraulics.
Mineralogy & PetrologyCrystallography, Metamorphic and Igneous Petrology, Isotopic Studies, High Pressure Mineral Physics, Computational Quantum Chemistry.
TectonicsStructural Geology, Paleotectonics, Active Tectonics, Plate Dynamics, Geodynamics.

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