Earth

Tectonics and Structural Geology

Studying the tectonic forces within the Earth give rise to continents, ocean basins, mountain ranges, earthquake belts, and most volcanoes, along with the resulting deformation of geological structures.

Academics

GEE, JEFFREY

Professor

PARNELL-TURNER, ROSS

Assistant Professor


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Centers, Labs, and Projects

Brown Lab
Tectonics and hydrogeology.

Recent Publications

Tinto, K. J.; Padman, L.; Siddoway, C. S.; Springer, S. R.; Fricker, H. A.; Das, I.; Tontini, F. C.; Porter, D. F.; Frearson, N. P.; Howard, S. L.; Siegfried, M. R.; Mosbeux, C.; Becker, M. K.; Bertinato, C.; Boghosian, A.; Brady, N.; Burton, B. L.; Chu, W.; Cordero, S. I.; Dhakal, T.; Dong, L.; Gustafson, C. D.; Keeshin, S.; Locke, C.; Lockett, A.; O'Brien, G.; Spergel, J. J.; Starke, S. E.; Tankersley, M.; Wearing, M. G.; Bell, R. E.
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