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Charles Bacon, Co-Director of the SHRIMP lab

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences


Craig Bethke, 2011/12 Cox Visiting Professor

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences


Gary Byerly, Visiting Professor

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

Early evolution of Earth: volcanos and impacts, U/Pb isotope ages of rocks and minerals, and surface environments.


Brent R. Constantz Ph.D., Assoc Prof-Consulting

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

Biomineralization and biogenic sedimentary rocks.  Reef forming
marine invertebrates, especially modern corals. Carbonates, especially
reefs, biogenic siliceous and phosphatic sedimentary rocks. Paleoecology
and evolution of the marine biota. Global carbon dioxide cycles and
carbon dioxide sequestration. The Calera Limestone and the history of
the Pacific Ocean.


Jason Harvey, Blaustein Visiting Professor

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences


Arjun M. Heimsath, Blaustein Visiting Professor

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences


Thomas Holzer, Consulting Professor

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

Tom Holzer is a research geologist in the Earthquake Science Center at
the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park, California. He is a Consulting
Professor at Stanford, teaching engineering geology and global change
(GES115/CEE196) in the Spring Quarter in even years. His current
research is focused on both developing probabilistic methods for
mapping earthquake-induced liquefaction and estimating ground motion
from paleoliquefaction. He has extensive research experience with many
geologic hazards.


Jeremy Keith Hourigan, Blaustein Visiting Assistant Professor

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences


Carolyn Lampe, Director, Ucon Geoconsulting; Consulting Professor

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

Carolyn worked at BEB (German branch of Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil) analyzing cores and preparing reservoir-facies maps before receiving a Ph.D. in Geology (numerical simulation) from the University of Cologne in cooperation with the University of Minnesota. She spent seven years as chief geologist at Integrated Exploration Systems GmbH (IES) where she was involved in worldwide training of industry clients, agents and consultants for 2D and 3D petroleum system modeling. She is a technical expert for the support of oil and gas exploration and development projects with internationally operating E&P companies in the areas of petroleum system analysis, migration modeling, including fault migration, salt modeling, structural migration modeling, pressure calibration and prediction, charge risk and resource assessment. Carolyn is director of ucon Geoconsulting, providing expert consulting and full support for all aspects of quantitative numerical BPSM for E&P companies worldwide. She has been an invited lecturer in the Department of Geology, University of Cologne and in the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences, Stanford University.