Keck Geology Presentations at the 2019 GSA Cordilleran Section Meeting

Keck Geology Presentations at the 2019 GSA Cordilleran Section Meeting

Presentations by Keck Geology Consortium at the 2019 Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section Meeting

15-17 May 2019, Portland, Oregon

 

Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM; Oregon Convention Center – Exhibit Hall B

Booth No. 68 GEOMECHANICAL ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENTARY LAYERING AS A STRUCTURAL CONTROL ON FAULT PROPAGATION
Curtis Segarra (Trinity University), Benjamin Surpless (Trinity University ), Charley Hankla (College of Wooster ), Caroline McKeighan (Trinity University), (Madison Woodley (Mt. Holyoke College)

Booth No. 67 AN ANALYSIS OF FRACTURES AROUND THE SEVIER FAULT TRANSFER ZONE NEAR ORDERVILLE, UTAH
Charley Hankla (College of Wooster), Shelley Judge (The College of Wooster), Benjamin Surpless (Trinity University), Caroline McKeighan (Trinity University), Curtis Segarra (Trinity University), Madison Woodley (Mt. Holyoke College

Booth No. 66 ANALYZING DEFORMATION WITHIN A NORMAL FAULT TRANSFER ZONE USING SFM 3D MODELING
Caroline McKeighan (Trinity University), Benjamin Surpless (Trinity University), Curtis Segarra (Trinity University), Charley Hankla (College of Wooster), Madison Woodley (Mt. Holyoke College)

 

Thursday, May 16, 2019, 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM, Oregon Convention Center – Exhibit Hall B

Booth No. 44: U-PB DATING OF DETRITAL ZIRCON FROM TURBIDITES OF THE CHUGACH AND PRINCE WILLIAM TERRANES IN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CONTACT FAULT SYSTEM AS A TERRANE BOUNDARY
MALIK, Alysala (Carleton College), FISHER, Will Sparhawk (Union College), GROSS ALMONTE, Nicholas (Carleton College), GARVER, John (Union College) and DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College)

Booth No. 45: AGE AND PROVENANCE OF THE UPPER CRETACEOUS TO PALEOCENE VALDEZ GROUP OF THE CHUGACH TERRANE FROM THE RICHARDSON HIGHWAY AND NORTHERN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA
GROSS ALMONTE, Nicholas (Carleton College), FISHER, Will (Union College), MALIK, Alysala (Carleton College), GARVER, John (Union College) and DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College)

Booth No. 46: ZIRCON FACIES IN THE PALEOCENE-EOCENE ORCA GROUP INDICATE A PROVENANCE LINK TO THE CHUGACH TERRANE, PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA
FISHER, Will (Union College), POPE, Mollie (Union College), MALIK, Alysala (Carleton College), GARVER, John (Union College) and DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College)

Booth No. 47: PROVENANCE OF SANDSTONE CLASTS FROM CONGLOMERATE OF THE PALEOCENE-EOCENE ORCA GROUP IN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA
POPE, Mollie (Union College), FISHER, Will (Union College), MALIK, Alysala (Carleton College), GARVER, John (Union College) and DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College)

Booth No. 66: SEDIMENT ASSIMILATION EXERTS PRIMARY CONTROL ON HF ISOTOPE RATIOS IN THE PALEOCENE-EOCENE SANAK-BARANOF PLUTONIC BELT, ALASKA
DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College) and GARVER, John I. (Union College)

Booth No. 67: CRYSTALLIZATION AGES AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF THE MINERS BAY AND CEDAR BAY PLUTONS, PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA
GARCIA Jr., Victor (University of Texas at Austin), STOCKLI, Daniel (University of Texas at Austin), DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College) and GARVER, John I. (Union College)

Booth No. 68: AGE AND TECTONIC SETTING OF THE PALEOCENE GLACIER ISLAND VOLCANIC SEQUENCE OF THE ORCA GROUP IN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND, ALASKA
NOSEWORTHY, Caitlin (St. Norbert College), FLOOD, Tim (St. Norbert College), DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College) and GARVER, John I. (Union College)

 

Friday, May 17, 2019, 11:00 AM – 11:20 AM, Oregon Convention Center – Room B117-1

32-9: REVISIONS TO THE STRATIGRAPHY OF THE FLYSCH FACIES OF THE CHUGACH, PRINCE WILLIAM, AND YAKUTAT TERRANES, SOUTHERN ALASKA: IMPLICATIONS FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF BAJA BC
GARVER, John I. (Union College) and DAVIDSON, Cameron (Carleton College)

Utah Project Featured on Texas Public Radio

Utah Project Featured on Texas Public Radio

An article about the use of drones to study the Sevier fault was recently featured on the Texas Public Radio website. The article, which also includes an audio recording, describes research by Project Director Ben Surpless (Trinity University) and four Keck Consortium REU students to construct 3D models of the Sevier fault system in southern Utah.

Follow this link to view the full article.

Professor Jade Star Lackey (Pomona College) and Student Jesslyn Starnes (Denison University) have published results from their 2010 Keck project on magmatism in the Sierra Nevada Range, CA

Professor Jade Star Lackey (Pomona College) and Student Jesslyn Starnes (Denison University) have published results from their 2010 Keck project on magmatism in the Sierra Nevada Range, CA along with co-author Eric Klemetti (Denison University).  Read on…http://www.pomona.edu/news/2014/01/28-wired-lackey.aspx

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