SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis Defense - Bryant Fulk

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Seismic Analysis of the Umiat Basin, NPRA, North Slope, Alaska - Bryant Fulk, M.S. Candidate, Department of Geological Sciences, San Diego State University, Advisor Dr. Rob Mellor, Committe: Dr. Gary Girty, Committe: Dr. Rob Edwards - http://www.geology.sdsu.edu/people/students/theses/spring2010/bryant_ful...

SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis Defense - Arifandy Aulia

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Seismic Hazard Analysis of Kyrgyzstan using Data from the 2006 MW 5.8 Kochkor Earthquake - Arifandy Aulia, M.S. Candidate. Department of Geological Sciences, San Diego State University, Advisor Dr. Robert Mellors - ABSTRACT - Using seismic data from the 2006 Mw 5.8 Kochkor, Kyrgyzstan earthquake, two studies were done: (1) Source parameter study of the Kochkor earthquake and (2) determination of Arias intensity attenuation relation for Kyrgyzstan. In the first study, seismic event...

SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Stephen Self

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Super-eruptions: Volcanic Activity with a Global Impact; Stephen Self, Volcano Dynamics Group, Department of Earth Science, The Open University, Senior Volcanologist, US NRC - Every now and again, Earth suffers from tremendous explosive volcanic eruptions, much bigger than those witnessed in modern times. Although the return period for such events is long, perhaps every 10-100,000 years depending on the size, it is statistically more likely that Earth will next experience a large...

SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Anthony Park

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Patterned mineral deposits on Earth and Mars Anthony J. Park Sienna Geodynamics and Consulting, Inc. Computational Science Research Center (CSRC), San Diego State University Well-exposed Jurassic Navajo Sandstone iron oxide concretions preserve important diagenetic records of groundwater flow and water–rock interactions. Field relationships, precipitation patterns, and geometries of the Navajo concretions provide the basis for input parameters in numerical computer simulations and...

SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis - Nicole Velasco

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Bulk and Elemental Mass Change in Development of Gabbroic Corestone and Saprolite near the Elsinore Fault

Nicole Velasco
B.S. Candidate
Advisor Gary Girty

SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis - Kieri Hutchins

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Late Devonian Alamo Impact, Southern Nevada: Analysis of Hematite Inclusions within Quartz Grains Kieri Hutchin B.S. Candidate Department of Geological Sciences San Diego State University Advisor Dr. Jared Morrow -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABSTRACT The early Late Devonian (~382 Ma) Alamo event was produced by a marine bolide impact near the offshore margin of a large Paleozoic carbonate platform fringing western North America,...

SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis - Marck Maroun

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Major and minor elemental analyses of distal channel deposits from the Late Devonian marine Alamo Impact Event Marck Maroun B.S. Candidate Department of Geological Sciences San Diego State University Advisor Dr. Jared Morrow -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABSTRACT This study determined the geochemical signal—major and trace element composition as well as a potential extraterrestrial component, iridium—of distal, onshore channel...

SDSU Geological Sciences - Thesis - Michelle Dooley

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Geologic Mapping and Petrochemical Stratigraphy of Southern Warner Valley, Southern Oregon, USA Michelle Dooley M.S. Candidate Department of Geological Sciences San Diego State University Advisor Dr. Vic Camp -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABSTRACT The tectonomagmatic evolution of the northwestern margin of the Basin and Range Province is well expressed by the mafic-to-intermediate-to-silicic volcanic stratigraphy and structure of...

SDSU Geological Sciences Webinar - Kenneth S. Deffeyes

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PEAK OIL AND THE GREAT RECESSION Kenneth S. Deffeyes Emeritus Prof. of Geology Princeton University In 2001, my first oil book predicted that world oil production would peak in the year 2005. The most recent data from the Energy Information Agency say that it happened! Even with the extreme spike in oil prices, the year 2008 produced less oil than 2005. Production for the first half of 2009 is even lower. The invisible hand of economics has become the invisible fist; pounding the...

Geol 580 Lecture 1

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Lecture for Geology 580; San Diego State University, Department of Geological Sciences