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Rapid 3-D analysis of rockfalls
Greg M. Stock, Antoine Guerin, Nikita Avdievitch, Brian D. Collins, Michel Jaboyedoff
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Using place-based, community-inspired research to broaden participation in the geosciences
Emily Geraghty Ward, Diana Dalbotten, Nievita Bueno Watts, Antony Berthelote
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Mihai N. Ducea
University of Arizona
Term: Jan. 2018–Dec. 2021
Ducea is a professor of geology at the University of Arizona and also holds a courtesy appointment at the University of Bucharest. He received a Ph.D. at the California Institute of Technology. Ducea’s research is aimed at understanding the links between igneous and metamorphic petrologic processes and the tectonic evolution of continents. He is interested in continental margin processes and conducts ﬁeldwork at various locations in the western North American Cordillera, the central Andes, the Carpathians, and southern Tibet. He runs a geochemical and radiogenic isotope laboratory at the University of Arizona. Ducea is a GSA Fellow who has published 31 papers in GSA journals (Geology, GSA Today, GSA Bulletin, Geosphere, and Lithosphere) over the past 16 years and has co-edited a GSA Memoir (2015) and a GSA Special Paper (2005).
Gerald (Jerry) Dickens
Term: Jan. 2015–Dec. 2018
Jerry Dickens is a professor of oceanography in the Dept. of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Science at Rice University. His research interests range from past changes in climate and carbon cycling to marine methane systems, mixed siliciclastic-carbonate margins, and sediment-hosted ore deposits. He previously was editor for Paleoceanography, and is a Fellow of both GSA and AGU.