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Glenn Sharman, Graduate Student, Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

I am a fifth year PhD student working with Steve Graham in the Stanford Project on Deep-water Depositional Systems group. My research interests include using sedimentary provenance to understand landscape evolution in the western U.S., particularly as related to the tectonic development of Late Cretaceous-Paleogene California forearc. I am also interested in the structural architecture and kinematics of sand-rich mass-transport deposits (i.e., submarine landslides). I am currently studying an upper Miocene mass-transport deposit exposed in coastal cliffs and wave-cut platforms in New Zealand. (click on my profile for additional information regarding research interests).


Eitan Shelef, Graduate Student, Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

My research interests are in the interaction of geomorphology, structural geology and active tectonics. Currently I am working on the affect of lithologic parameters on landscape evolution in areas of folded and deformed strata in the western US. I love the outdoors, especially deserts and high mountains.


D. Ziva Shulaker,

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences


Lauren Shumaker, PhD Candidate, Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences

I am a 3rd year PhD student working with Steve Graham in the Sedimentary Research Group.  I am broadly interested in the interaction of sedimentary depositional systems and tectonics, and am currently working on three projects in New Zealand.  For more details, click on my profile or visit my website.


Zachary Thomas Sickmann,

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences


Natalie Elizabeth Sievers,

Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences