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Adjunct Faculty


Robert Balch

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Paul W. Bauer

  • Associate Director for Government Outreach, Senior Geologist, Geologic Mapping Program Manager: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS University of Massachusetts; MS University of New Mexico; PhD New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
  • Interests: field geology, structural geology, geology of northern New Mexico, neotectonics of rift basins and adjacent bedrock uplifts, hydrogeology of basement structures, brittle structural history of the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico, Proterozoic geology of New Mexico with emphasis on structure and tectonics, absolute timing of deformation and metamorphism using isotopic data, mineralization of Proterozoic rocks of New Mexico

 Nigel J. F. Blamey

  • PhD Geology, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
  • Interests: fluid inclusion applications to geothermal systems, hydrothermal ore deposits, petroleum basins

 Ron Broadhead

  • Principal Senior Petroleum Geologist: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology; MS University of Cincinnati
  • Interests: petroleum exploration and development geology, petroleum source rocks, subsurface geology of NM, helium-rich gases in NM, natural occurrences of carbon dioxide in the subsurface

 Steven M. Cather

  • Senior Field Geologist: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology; MA, PhD University of Texas at Austin
  • Interests: basin analysis, structure, and regional tectonics of the Rio Grande rift, Laramide Rocky Mountains, and Ancestral Rocky Mountains

 Richard Chamberlin

  • Senior Field Geologist: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS, MS, New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology;
    PhD Colorado School of Mines
  • Interests: ignimbrite calderas, Magdalena radial dike swarm, geometry and kinematics of rift faults, indentation tectonics

 Charles E. Chapin

  • Director Emeritus: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS, DSc, Colorado School of Mines
  • Interests: volcanology, tectonics, economic geology

Denis Cohen

  • BS Chemical Engineering, University of Houston, TX, 1990
  • MS Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, NM, 1993
  • PhD Geology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1998

 Catherine Conley

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Michelle Creech-Eakman

  • Associate Professor Physics: New Mexico Tech
  • BS, MS University of North Dakota; PhD University of Denver
  • Interests: extra-solar planets

 Nelia W. Dunbar

  • Geochemist, Manager Electron Microprobe Lab: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BA Mount Holyoke College; MS, PhD New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
  • Interests: geochemistry, igneous petrology, volcanology, analytical methods

Sam Fernald

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Bonnie Frey

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Marty Frisbee

  • Hydrologist, Visiting Assistant Professor of Geology, Georgia Southern University: Department of Geology and Geography
  • BS UNC Charlotte, MS UNC Charlotte, PhD New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
  • Intersts: hydrology, geochemical evolution, groundwater

Fraser Goff

  • Retired from LANL
  • StateMap Program

 John W. Hawley

  • Emeritus Senior Environmental Geologist: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BA Hanover College; PhD University of Illinois at Urbana
  • Interests: geomorphology, Quaternary stratigraphy, environmental geology, hydrogeology

Jason Heath

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Matthew T. Heizler

  • Geochronologist, Co-director NM Geochronology Research Laboratory: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS University of Minnesota, Duluth; MS University of Maine, Orono; PhD UCLA
  • Interests: argon thermochronology

Shane Ingate

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Shari A. Kelley

  • Web Information Specialist, Field Geologist:
    NM Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources
  • BS New Mexico State University; PhD Southern Methodist University
  • Interests: application of apatite-fission track thermochronology to tectonic and landscape evolution problems in the High Plains-Rio Grande rift-Rocky Mountain-Colorado Plateau region; tectonic and landscape evolution of the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico

Thomas L. Kieft

  • Professor of Biology: New Mexico Tech
  • BA Carleton College, MS New Mexico Highlands University, PhD University of New Mexico
  • Interests: microbial ecology, environmental microbiology, biogeochemistry, bioremediation, general microbiology, molecular ecology

Daniel Koning

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 Lewis A. Land

  • Cave and Karst Hydrologist: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • MS Geology University of Oklahoma
    PhD Geology University of North Carolina
  • Interests: karst hydrology and geomorphology; patterns of regional groundwater circulation; water resources; hydrogeophysics; fresh water-saline water relationships in coastal aquifers and intermontane basins

 David W. Love

  • Principal Senior Environmental Geologist: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS Beloit College; MS, PhD University of New Mexico
  • Interests: environmental geology, sedimentology, Quaternary geology and geomorphology

Virgil Lueth

  • Mineralogist for the state of New Mexico
  • Director of activities for the New Mexico Bureau of Geology Mineral Museum

Jamie Martin

Virginia T. McLemore

  • Senior Economic Geologist & Minerals Outreach Liason: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS, MS New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology; PhD University of Texas, El Paso
  • Interests: weathering of mine waste rock piles; mineral resources in New Mexico (geology, origin, resource potential, environmental assessment, reclamation; see current projects on website); geology of state parks of New Mexico; geology and history of mining districts in New Mexico; geology and geochemistry of Proterozoic mafic and granitic rocks in the Burro Mountains and Little Hatchet Mountains and adjacent areas of southern New Mexico, West Texas, and Arizona; geology and geochemistry and tectonic evolution of Cambrian-Ordovician syenites and carbonatites in New Mexico

Talon Newton

  • Hydrogeologist: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • BS, MS New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology; PhD Queen's University Belfast
  • Interests: Isotope geochemistry; Applied and environmental tracer methodologies in hydrology; Contaminant transport; Groundwater modeling

Jack Oviatt

Alex Rinehart

Charlotte Rowe

  • Research seismologist, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • BS New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; MS University of Alaska Fairbanks; PhD New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
  • Interests: seismic signal processing - waveform classification for event identification, detection and location; volcano seismology/eruption surveillance; microseismic reservoir monitoring; glacier seismicity; local and regional seismic tomography.

 Daniel B. Stephens

  • Head: Daniel B. Stephens & Associates
  • BS Pennsylvania State University; MS Stanford University; PhD University of Arizona
  • Interests: hydrogeology, groundwater contamination, vadose zone processes

Elisabeth Stone

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  • Hydrologist/Senior Member of Technical Staff: Sandia National Laboratories
  • PhD New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
  • Interests: fluid flow, solute transport, media heterogeneity, laboratory technologies, and water resources management

 J. Michael Timmons

  • Geologic Mapping Program Manager: NM Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
  • PhD Geology, University of New Mexico
  • Interests: field geology; structural geology; Grand Canyon geology; mid-late Proterozoic geology of North America; basement cooling histories determined from 40Ar/39Ar thermochronologic studies; Proterozoic ancestry of Phanerozoic deformational structures in the Southwest; brittle structural history of the southern Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico; ancestral Rocky Mountain deformation in New Mexico and Colorado; Proterozoic geology of New Mexico, with emphasis on structure and tectonics; absolute timing of deformation and metamorphism using isotopic data

 Michael B. Underwood

  • Professor of Geological Sciences, University of Missouri
  • PhD Cornell University
  • Interests: Sedimentary and thermal evolution of continental margins and subduction zones, modern and ancient;
    Influence of sedimentary facies and diagenesis on subduction-margin fluid budgets;
    Links among physical properties of sediments, microfabric, compaction, diagenesis, fluid production, pore pressure, and shear strength; Effects of lithology and clay mineralogy on transitions of fault-slip behavior; Influence of sediment composition and clay-mineral dehydration on slow-slip phenomena

Peter Vrolijk

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