Alumni

Frederick James Alcock
Ph.D., 1915
The geology of the Lake Athabaska region

B.A. University of Toronto 1912. Temporary Junior Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

John B. Allcock
Ph.D., 1978
Gaspe Copper: A Devonian Porphyry Copper/Sk Complex.
James M. Allen
Ph.D., 1959
The Chemical and Isotopic Compositions of Fluid Inclusions

B.Sc. Queen’s University (Canada), M.A. Syracuse University. Exploration Geologist, International Mine Services, Ltd., 11 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, Ont., Canada.

Robert Allen
Ph.D., 2009
Steven Sherwood
Late 20th century atmospheric circulation changes: Implications for tropical tropospheric warming based on thermal winds and the role of absorbing aerosols
Robert C. Aller
Ph.D., 1977
The Influence of Macrobenthos on Chemical Diagenesis of Marine sediments
John Willis Ambrose
Ph.D., 1935

B.A. Stanford University. Professor of Geology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Roger Lyman Ames
Ph.D., 1963
Sulfur isotopic study of the Tintic Mining districts, Utah
Thomas William Amsden
Ph.D., 1947
Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Brownsport Silurian of Western Tennessee

B.A. University of Wichita, M.S. University of Iowa. Geologist, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman, Okla.

Brian Andres
Ph.D., 2010
Jacques Gauthier
Systematics of the Pterosauria
Megan Andrews
Ph.D., 2008
Jay Ague
Quantification of the effects of angiosperms and gymnosperms on silicate weathering and related soil nutrient cycling: Implications for phanerozoic atmospheric carbon dioxide and modern soil trace metal pollution
Richard Lee Armstrong
Ph.D., 1964
Geochronology and Geology of the Eastern Great Basin in Nevada and Utah
Paul Frederic Armstrong
Ph.D., 1923

B.S. McGill University. Died in 1956.

Steven M. Ashe
Ph.D., 1978
On the Time-Average Asymmetic Circulation of the Earth's Atmosphere.
Donald Bachinski
Ph.D., 1973
Metamorphism of Cupriferous Iron-Sulfide-Rich Rocks in Ophiolitic Terrains
Sharon L. W. Bachinski
Ph.D., 1972
Alkali Feldspars: Their Subsolidus Behavior
Arthur Alan Baker
Ph.D., 1931

Ph.B. Yale University. Associate Director, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Richard K. Bambach
Ph.D., 1969
Bivalvia of the Siluro-Devonian Arisaig Group, Nova Scotia
Arthur Barabas
Ph.D., 1977
Petrologic and Geochemical Investigations of Porphyry Copper Mineralization in West Central Puerto Rico
Erwin Hinckley Barbour
Ph.D., 1887
The osteology of the Heloderma

B.A. Yale University 1882. Head Professor of Geology and Curator of the University Museum, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb.; State Geologist.

Julian Devreau Barksdale
Ph.D., 1936

B.A. Stanford University. Professor of Geology, University of Washington.

Joseph Barrell
Ph.D., 1900
The geology of the Elkhorn District, Montana

B.S. Lehigh University 1892, M.S. 1897. Professor of Structural Geology, Yale College.

John Chase Barry
Ph.D., 1976
The Pelvin Anatomy and Adaptations of Extant Fissiped Carnivores.
Alan Mara Bateman
Ph.D., 1913
Geology and ore deposits of Bridge River district, British Columbia

B.S. Queen’s University 1910. Instructor in Geology, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University.

John Danvers Bateman
Ph.D., 1939

B.A. Queen’s University. United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif.

Hugh Hamilton Beach
Ph.D., 1940

B.Sc. in Mining Engineering, M.Sc. University of Alberta. Assistant to Vice-President, Domestic Producing Department, Texaco, Inc., 135 East 42d Street, New York, N.Y.

Charles Emerson Beecher
Ph.D., 1889
Brachiospongidae: a memoir on a group of Silurian sponges

B.S. University of Michigan 1878. Died 1904.

Walter Andrew Bell
Ph.D., 1920

B.S. Queen’s University (Canada). Senior Geologist, Nova Scotia Department of Mines, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Edward Scudder Bell
Ph.D., 1963
the Mabou Group (Middle Carboniferous), Nova Scotia, Canada
Lary Kester Benninger
Ph.D., 1976
The Uranium-Series Radionuclides as Tracers of Geochemical Processes in Long Island Sound.
Matthew Benoit
Ph.D., 2012
Elisabeth Vrba
Multiphasic Allometric Analyses of the Felidae: Addressing Variation and Covariation in Endangered and Extinct Populations
William Edward Barnes Benson
Ph.D., 1952
Geology of part of the Knife River Basin, North Dakota

B.A., M.S. Yale University. Program Director for Earth Sciences, National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C.

Gilbert Thomas Benson
Ph.D., 1963
Structural geology of the Stonewall area, Colorado
Jean Milton Berdan
Ph.D., 1949
Brachiopoda and Ostracoda of the Manlius Group of New York State

B.A. Vassar College, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Matthias Bernet
Ph.D., 2002
Mark Brandon
Exhuming the Alps through time: Clues from detrital zircon fission-track ages
Stanley Bernold
Ph.D., 1963
The Bedrock geology of the Guilford 7.5-minute Quadrangle, Connecticut
RIchard Harry Berry
Ph.D., 1961
Pre-Cambrian geology of the Putnam-Whitehall Quadrangles, New York
William Benjamin Newell Berry
Graptolite faunas of the Marathon region, West Texas

B.A., M.A. Harvard University. Visiting Assistant Professor of Paleontology, University of California at Berkeley. 9 Irving Street, Arlington, Mass.

Kathe K. Bertine
Ph.D., 1970
The Marine Geochemical Cycle of Chromium and Molybdenum
Faysal Bibi
Ph.D., 2008
Elisabeth Vrba
Evolution, Systematics, and Paleoecology of Bovinae (Mammalia: Artiodactyla) from the Late Miocene to the Recent
Kenneth Fletcher Bick
Ph.D., 1958
Structure and Stratigraphy of the Deep Creek Mountains, Utah

B.S., M.S. Yale University. Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, Washington and Lee University.

Henry Jonathan Biddle Dick
Ph.D., 1976
The Origin and Emplacement of the Josephine Peridotite of Southwestern Oregon
Edwin Binney, Jr.
Ph.D., 1925

B.A. Yale University. Research Assistant in Geology, Yale University. Died in 1928.

Pierre Eginton Biscaye
Ph.D., 1964
Mineralogy and Sedimentation of the Deep-Sea Sediment Fine Fraction in the Atlantic Ocean and Adjacent Seas and Oceans
Malcolm Havens Bissell
Ph.D., 1921

Ph.B., M.A. Yale University. Professor of Geography, and Head of Department, University of Southern California. Retired. Route 1, Box 40, Calistoga, Calif.

Madalyn Blondes
Ph.D., 2008
Mark Brandon
Single eruption temporal-compositional variation in basalts
Arthur L. Bloom
Ph.D., 1959
Late Pleistocene Changes of Sea Level in Southwestern Maine

B.A. Miami University, M.A. University of New Zealand. Assistant Professor of Geology, Cornell University.

Alex E. Blum
Ph.D., 1989
The Kinetics of Aqueous Low Temperature Silicate Mineral Dissolution
Henry J. Bokuniewicz
Ph.D., 1976
Estuarine sediment Flux Evaluated in Long Island Sound.
Gary McGregor Boone
Ph.D., 1959
Geology of the Fish River Lake District, Northern Maine

B.A. Bowdoin College, M.A. Brown University. Instructor, Department of Geology, University of Western Ontario, London, Ont., Canada.

Bernard P. Boudreau
Ph.D., 1985
Diagenetic Models of Biological Processes in Aquatic Sediments
Isaiah Bowman
Ph.D., 1909
The geography of the central Andes

B.S. Harvard University 1905. Director, American Geographical Society, New York, N.Y.

Wilmot Hyde Bradley
Ph.D., 1927

Ph.B. Yale University. Chief Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Milton Nunn Bramlette
Ph.D., 1936

B.A. University of Wisconsin. Professor of Geology, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California at La Jolla.

Garrett Brass
Ph.D., 1973
The Sources of Marine Strontium and the Sr87/Sr86 Ratio in the Sea
Christopher Breeding
Ph.D., 2004
Jay Ague
Fluid flow and mass transfer in subduction: a multi-scale view
Sara Stewart Bretsky
Ph.D., 1969
Phenetic and Phylogenetic Classifications of the Lucinidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia)
Peter William Bretsky, Jr.
Ph.D., 1968
Upper Ordovician Ecology of the Central Appalachians
Kenneth Harold Brink
Ph.D., 1977
A Laboratory Study of the Barometric Response Problem
Sawyer Reed Brockunier
Ph.D., 1936

B.A. Yale University. Assistant Geologist, United States Geological Survey. Died in 1936.

Alan Thomas Broderick
Ph.D., 1949
The Geology of the Southern Part of the San Antonio Mountains, Nevada

B.S. University of Minnesota, M.S. Yale University. Chief Geologist, Inland Steel Company, Ishpeming, Mich.

Hannes Kurt Brueckner
Ph.D., 1968
Relations of Anorthosite, Eclogite, and Ultramafic Rock to the Country Rock, Tafjord Area, Norway
Kirk Bryan
Ph.D., 1920

B.A. University of New Mexico, B.A. Yale University. Professor of Physiography, Harvard University. Died in 1950.

Edward John Buehler
Ph.D., 1953
Studies on the morphology and taxonomy of the Halysitidac

B.A., M.A. University of Buffalo. Associate Professor of Geology, University of Buffalo.

James R. Bulau
Ph.D., 1982
Intergranular Fluid Distribution in Olivine-Liquid Basalt Systems.
Thomas R. Bultman
Ph.D., 1979
Geology and Tectonic History of the Whitehorse Trough West of Atlin, British Columbia.
Burrrell Clark Burchfiel
Ph.D., 1961
Geology of the Spector Range Quadrangle, Nevada

B.S. 1957, M.S. 1958, Stanford University. Schlumberger Professor of Geology at MIT.

John Allan Burger
Ph.D., 1959
Mesaverde Group in Adjoining Areas of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming

B.S., M.S. University of Utah. Geologist, Texaco, Inc., Box 1046, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Kent Orpha Bushnell
Ph.D., 1955
Geology of the Rowland Quadrangle, Nevada

B.A. University of Connecticut, M.A. Yale University. Geologist, Standard Oil Company of California, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Martin Alexander Buzas
Ph.D., 1963
Ecology of the Foraminifera in Long Island Sound
Charles Byers
Ph.D., 1973
Biogenic Structures of Black Shale Paleoenvironments
Zhengyu Cai
Ph.D., 2015
David Bercovici
Fluid flow and damage in two-phase media: theory and applications to magma and environmental dynamics
DeLorme Donaldson Cairnes
Ph.D., 1910
The Wheaton River district, Yukon Territory, Canada

B.S. Queen’s University 1905, M.E. 1906. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Donald E. Canfield
Ph.D., 1988
Sulfate Reduction and the Diagenesis of Iron in Anoxic Marine Sediments
Edward Carlton
Ph.D., 1963
Strain facies of the metamorphic rocks in Trollheimen, Norway
Michael Harold Carr
Ph.D., 1960
The Geochemistry of Cobalt

B.Sc. University of London, M.S. Yale University. Research Associate in Geology, Yale University.

Gerald Vincent Carroll
Ph.D., 1952
Geology of the Dover P1ains Quadrangle, New York

B.A. Lehigh University. Associate Professor of Geology, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College.

Joseph Gaylord Carter
Ph.D., 1976
Vol. I Ecology and Evolution of the Gastrochaenaces (Mollusca, Bivalvia) with Notes on the Status of the Myoida. Vol. II The Ecologic and Phylogenetic Significance of the Periostracum in the Bivalvia. Vol. III The Structural Evolution of the Bivalve Shell
Michelle Casey
Ph.D., 2011
Derek Briggs
Conservation Paleobiology of Long Island Sound Mollusks
Robert M. Cerrato
Ph.D., 1980
A dynamical Systems Approach to Quantitative Models of Transient Population Behavior.
Bruce Chal
Ph.D., 1975
The Kinetics and Mass Transfer of Calcite during Hydrothermal Recrystallization Process
William Chameides
Ph.D., 1974
A Photochemical Theory of Tropospheric Ozone
Eric Swenson Cheney
Ph.D., 1964
Stable Isotopic Geology of the Gas Hills Uranium District, Wyoming
Xu Chu
Ph.D., 2015
Jay Ague
Metamorphic Phase Equilibria and Diffusion Kinetics, and Applications to the Taconic-Acadian Orogenic Belts in New England
James Wood Clarke
Ph.D., 1950
Geology of the Thomaston Quadrangle, Georgia

B.A. Emery University. Associate Professor of Geology, University of South Carolina.

Herdman Fitzgerald Cleland
Ph.D., 1900
A study of fossil faunas in the Hamilton stage of New York

B.A. Oberlin College 1894. Professor of Geology, Williams College, Williamstown, Mass.

Preston E. Cloud
Ph.D., 1940

B.S. George Washington University. Paleontology and Stratigraphy Branch, United States Geological Survey, United States National Museum, Washington, D.C.

John Russell Coash
Ph.D., 1954
Geology of part of the Mt. Velma Quadrangle, Elko County, Nevada

B.A. Colorado College, M.A. University of Colorado. Associate Professor, and Chairman of Department of Geology, Bowling Green State University.

Nicholas Kyros Coch
Ph.D., 1965
Post-Miocene Stratigraphy and Morphology of the Inner Coastal Plain, Southeastern Virginia
James K. Cochran
Ph.D., 1979
The Geochemistry of 226Ra and 228Ra in Marine Deposits.
Laurel S. Collins
Ph.D., 1988
Environmental Gradients and Morphologic Variation in Bulimina Aculeata and B. Marginata
Timothy M. Collins
Ph.D., 1989
Rates of MtDNA Evolution in Transisthmian Geminate Species
Gustav Arthur Cooper
Ph.D., 1929

B.S., M.S. Colgate University. Head Curator, Geology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Henry Welty Coulter, Jr.
Ph.D., 1954
Geology of the southeast portion of the Preston Quadrangle, Idaho-Utah

B.A. Dartmouth College. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Dwight Raymond Crandell
Ph.D., 1951
Geology of Parts of Hughes and Stanley Counties, South Dakota

B.A. Knox College, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, Engineering Geology Branch, United States Geological Survey, Denver, Colo.

Ralph Dixon Crawford
Ph.D., 1913
Geology and ore deposits of the Monarch and Tomichi districts, Colorado

B.A. University of Colorado 1905, M.A. 1907. Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Col.

Geoffrey William Crickmay
Ph.D., 1930

B.A. University of British Columbia. Manager, Venezuela Atlantic Refining Company, Caracas, Venezuela.

William Patrick Crowley
Ph.D., 1967
Stratigraphic Interpretation of Meta-igneous Rocks in South-Central Connecticut - Bedrock Geology of Long Hill and Bridgeport 7.5’ Quadrangles
James Shelley Cullison
Ph.D., 1942
The Jefferson City, Calter, and Powell Formations of Northern Arkansas and Southern Missouri

B.A. University of Illinois, M.S. University of Missouri. Oasis Oil Company of Libya, Tripoli, Libya.

Edgar Roscoe Cumings
Ph.D., 1903
The morphogenesis of Platystrophia: a study of the evolution of a Paleozoic brachiopod

B.A. Union University 1897. Professor, and Head of the Department, of Geology, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.

M. Carmela Cuomo
Ph.D., 1984
The Ecological and Paleoecological Significance of Sulphides in Marine Sediments.
Edward Salisbury Dana
Ph.D., 1876
Trap Rocks of the Connecticut Valley

B.A. Yale University 1870, M.A. 1874. Professor of Physics, Yale College, and Curator of the Mineralogical Collection, Peabody Museum, Yale University.

Carle Hamilton Dane
Ph.D., 1932

Ph.B. Yale University. Staff Geologist, Fuels Branch, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Julius E. Dasch
Ph.D., 1969
Strontium Isotopes in Deep-Sea Sediments, Weathering Profiles
Andrew M. Davis
Ph.D., 1977
The Cosmochemical History of the Pallasites
Stanley Nelson Davis
Ph.D., 1955
Pleistocene Geology of Platte County, Missouri

B.S. University of Nevada, M.S. University of Kansas. Assistant Professor of Geology, Stanford University.

Ernest William Chetham Dechow
Ph.D., 1959
The Geology of the Heath Steel Mines, Newcastle, New Brunswick, Canada

B.Sc., University of Capetown (South Africa), B.Sc. University of Witwatersand, M.S. Yale University. c/o R.S.T. Mines Survius, Ltd., Kalulus Li, Northern Rhodesia, Africa.

Andre Normand Deland
Ph.D., 1955
Geology of the Lake Surprise Area, Abitibi, East County, Quebec

B.A. University of Montreal, B.Sc. McGill University. Resident Geologist, Montreal District, Quebec Department of Mines, Quebec, Canada.

David J. DeMaster
Ph.D., 1979
The Marine Pudgets of Silica and 32Si
George Henry Denton
Ph.D., 1965
Late Pleistocene Glacial Chronology, Northeastern St. Elias Mountains, New York
James H. Dieterich
Ph.D., 1968
Sequence and Mechanics of Folding in the Area of New Haven, Naugatuck and Westport, Connecticut
Richard Vincent Dietrich
Ph.D., 1951
The Macomb Phacolith and Surrounding Area, Northern New York

B.A. Colgate University, M.S. Yale University. Professor of Geological Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

Craig W. Dietsch
Ph.D., 1988
The Geology of the Waterbury Dome, West-Central Connecticut
Eric C. Dion
Ph.D., 1983
Trace Elements and Radionuclides in the Connecticut River and Amazon River Estuary
Sitindra Dirghangi
Ph.D., 2013
Mark Pagani
An Evaluation of the Environmental and Biological Controlling Factors of Lipid-Based Climate Proxies
Paul R. Dixon
Ph.D., 1990
The Role of Basement Circulated Fluids in the Origin of Sediment-Hosted Zn-Pb-Ba Mineralization
Richard E. Dodge
Ph.D., 1978
The Natural Growth Records of Reef Building Corals.
Peter Dodson
Ph.D., 1974
A Study of Relative Growth in Some Living and Fossil Reptiles
Peer Douglas
Ph.D., 2014
Mark Pagani
Plant-wax Isotopes in Neotropical Lake Sediments and Insights into the Ancient Maya Civilization
Jason Downs
Ph.D., 2006
Jacques Gauthier
Integrating Paleohistological Nomenclature: A Comparative Framework for the Study of Basal Vertebrate Hard Tissues
Harald Dietrich Drewes
Ph.D., 1954
Structural Geology of part of the Southern Snake Range, Nevada

B.A. Washington University, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Denver, Colo.

Charles Wales Drysdale
Ph.D., 1912
The geology of the Franklin mining district, British Columbia

B.S. McGill University 1909. Assistant Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Xiaoyue Du
Ph.D., 2012
Thomas Graedel
Uncovering the Cycles and Criticalities of the Rare Earth Elements
Zhixue Du
Ph.D., 2015
Kanani Lee
Melting and Rheology of (Mg,Fe)O Ferropericlase at High Pressures
Carl Owen Dunbar
Ph.D., 1917
The Paleontology and Stratigraphy of the Devonian of Western Tennessee

B.A. University of Kansas. Director, Peabody Museum, and Professor Emeritus of Stratigraphy and Paleontology, Yale University.

Robert J. Dunham
Ph.D., 1961
Geology of Uranium in the Chaldron Area, Nebraska and South Dakota
Christopher J. Durden
Ph.D., 1972
Systematics and Morphology of Acadian Pennsylvanian Blattoid Insects (Dictyoptera: Plaeblattina): A Contribution to the Classification and Phylogeny of Paleozoic Insects
John Thomas Dutro, Jr.
Ph.D., 1953
Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Noatak and Associated Formations, Brooks Range, Alaska

B.A. Oberlin College, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Caroline Eakin
Ph.D., 2015
Maureen Long
Dynamics of Flat Slab Subduction beneath Peru
George Francis Eaton
Ph.D., 1898
The prehistoric fauna of Block Island, as indicated by its ancient shell heaps

B.A. Yale University 1894. Instructor in Comparative Osteology, Curator of the Osteological Collection, and Associate Curator in Vertebrate Paleontology, Yale University.

Don Lauren Eicher
Ph.D., 1958
Stratigraphy and Micropaleontology of the Thermopolis Shale

B.S., M.S. University of Colorado. Assistant Professor of Geology, University of Colorado.

Gus Kearney Eifler, Jr.
Ph.D., 1941
Geology of the Santiago Peak Quadrangle, Texas

B.A., M.A. University of Texas. Consulting Geologist, 433 Perry Brooks Building, Austin, Texas.

Maxim Konrad Elias
Ph.D., 1939

Engineer of Mines, Mining Institute of the Empress Catherine II. Professor, University of Nebraska.

David E. Ellis
Ph.D., 1977
Mineralogy and Petrology of Chloride and Carbonate Bearing Scapolites synthesized at 750°C and 4000 Bars
Charles William Ellis, Jr.
Ph.D., 1960
Marine Sedimentary Environments in the vicinity of the Norwalk Islands, Connecticut

B.S. University of Texas, M.S. Yale University. Research Geologist, Exploration Research Division, Continental Oil Company, Ponca City, Oklahoma.

John Albert Elson
Ph.D., 1956
Surficial Geology of the Tiger Hills Region, South Central Manitoba

B.Sc. University of Western Ontario, M.S. McMaster University, M.S. Yale University. Assistant Professor, McGill University.

Wilson Barton Emery
Ph.D., 1914
Geology of Carrizo Mountain, Arizona

B.A. Yale University 1911. Assistant Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Paul Portenier Enos
Ph.D., 1965
Anatomy of a Flysch-Middle Ordovician Cloridorme Formation, Northern Gaspe Peninsula
Catherine Everett
Ph.D., 2000
Danny Rye
Tracing ancient fluid flow pathways: a study of the Lower Carboniferous base metal orefield in Ireland
James O. Farlow
Ph.D., 1980
Natural History and Ecology of a Demersal Fish-Megabenthic Invertebrate Community from the Upper Continental Slope off Southern New England.
Una Farrell
Ph.D., 2011
Derek Briggs
Taphonomy and Paleoecology of Pyritized Trilobite Faunas from Upstate New York
Oliver Cummings Farrington
Ph.D., 1891
Crystallized azurite from Arizona

B.S. Maine State College 1881, M.S. 1888. Curator of Geology, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Ill.

Jeffrey Feehan
Ph.D., 1997
Mark Brandon
Finite strain and fluid flow in accretionary wedges, northwest Washington State
Mihali Abraham Felipe
Ph.D., 2003
Antonio Lasaga
Molecular orbital and transition state theory modeling of isotope exchange in aqueous systems
Henry Gardiner Ferguson
Ph.D., 1924

B.A., B.S., M.A. Harvard University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. Retired.

Daniel Field
Ph.D., 2016
Jacques Gauthier
Macroevolutionary Patterns in Total-Clade Avialae: The Complex Evolution of Avian Biogeography, and the Origin of Avian Flight
Peter Tyrell Flawn
Ph.D., 1951
Geology of the Mica Mine Area, Culberson and Hudspeth Counties, Texas

B.A. Oberlin College, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas.

Bradford Foley
Ph.D., 2014
David Bercovici
Generation and Initiation of Plate Tectonics on Terrestrial Planets
Edwin Horace Forbes
Ph.D., 1895
On the epidote from Huntington, Massachusetts

Ph.B. Yale University 1874. Superintendent of Schools, Torrington, Conn.

William Ebenezer Ford
Ph.D., 1903
Investigations in mineralogy

Ph.B. Yale University 1899. Assistant Professor of Mineralogy, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University.

Michael A. Fracasso
Ph.D., 1983
Cranial Osteology, Functional Morphology, Systematics and Paleoenvironment of Limnoscells paludis Williston
Jules Daniel Friedman
Ph.D., 1958
Bedrock Geology of the Ellenville area, New York

B.A. Cornell University, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

David Gallagher
Ph.D., 1935

B.S. Yale University. Division Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif.

Robert P Gamble
Ph.D., 1978
The Sulfidation of Andradite and Hedenbergite: An Experimental Study of Skarn-Ore Genesis.
John Gatesy
Ph.D., 1993
Cows, Sheep. Antelopes, and Molecules
John Gatesy
Ph.D., 1993
Cows, Sheep, Antelopes, and Molecules
John Robert Gealy
Ph.D., 1955
Geology of Cape Girardeau and Jonesboro Quadrangles, Southeast Missouri

B.S. Southern Methodist University, M.S. Yale University.  Associate Geologist, Humble Oil and Refining Company, Box 840, Wichita Falls, Texas.

Robert Francis Giegengack, Jr.
Ph.D., 1968
Late-Pleistocene History of the Nile Valley in Egyptian Nubia
James Gilluly
Ph.D., 1926

B.S. University of Washington. Research Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Federal Center, Denver, Cola.

Philip Gingerich
Ph.D., 1974
Cranial Anatomy and Evolution of Early Tertiary Plesiadapidae (Mammalia Primates)
George Herbert Girty
Ph.D., 1894
A partial revision of the fauna of the Lower Helderberg group

B.A. Yale University 1892. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Alan Gishlick
Ph.D., 2002
Elisabeth Vrba, Jacques Gauthier
The Functional Morphology of the Forelimb of Deinonychus Antirrhopus and its Importance for the Origin of Avian Flight
Waldo Sumner Glock
Ph.D., 1925

B.A. State University of Iowa. Professor and Head of Department of Geology, Macalester College.

Joseph Lucas Graf, Jr.
Ph.D., 1975
Rare Earth Elements as Hydrothermal Tracers during the formation of Massive Sulfide Deposits and Associated Iron Formations in New Brunswick
William Graustein
Ph.D., 1981
The Effects of Forest Vegetation on Solute Acquisiton and Chemical Weathering: A Study of the Tesuque Watersheds Near Sante Fe, New Mexico.
Walton Green
Ph.D., 2007
Leo Hickey
Using Leaf Architectural Data for Phenetic Ecological Comparison of Modern and Fossil Forest Stands
Herbert Ernest Gregory
Ph.D., 1899
Geology of the Aroostook volcanic area of Maine

B.A. Yale University 1896. Silliman Professor of Geology, Yale College.

Hugo Robert Greiner
Ph.D., 1955
Spirifer disjunctus in the Upper Devonian rocks of the Catskill Delta: a study in paleoecology
Hugo Robert Greiner
Ph.D., 1954
Spirifer disjunctus in the Upper Devonian rocks of the Catskill Delta: a study in paleoecology

B.S., M.S. University of Alberta. Assistant Professor of Geology, University of New Brunswick, Canada.

George Bird Grinnell
Ph.D., 1880
The osteology of Geococcyx californianus

B.A. Yale University 1870. Writer, 238 East 15th St., New York, N.Y.

Lawrence Grossman
Ph.D., 1972
Condensation, Chondrites and Planets
Frank Fitch Grout
Ph.D., 1917

B.S., M.S. University of Minnesota. Professor Emeritus of Geology, University of Minnesota.

John Emerson Grover
Ph.D., 1972
Two problems in Pyroxene Mineralogy: A Theory of Partitioning of Cations Between Coexisting Single and Multi-Site Phases and A Determination of the Stability of Low-clinoenstite Under Hydrostatic Pressure
Bradford Allyn Hall
Ph.D., 1964
Stratigraphy and Structure of the Spider Lake Quadrangle Maine
William Eugene Ham
Ph.D., 1951
Geology and Petrology of the Arbuckle Limestone in the Southern Arbuckle Mountains

B.S., M.S. University of Oklahoma. Geologist, Oklahoma State Geological Survey, Norman, Okla.

Thor A. Hansen
Ph.D., 1978
Ecological Control of Evolutionary Rates in Paleocene-Eocene Marine Molluscs.
Bernard James Harrington
Ph.D., 1871
The Siemens-Martin steel process

B.A. McGill University 1869.  Professor of Metallurgy, Chemistry, and Mineralogy, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Died 1907.

Ruth Sawyer Harvey
Ph.D., 1908
Drainage and glaciation in the central Housatonic basin

B.A. University of Cincinnati 1905. Teacher of Physical Geography, Philadelphia High School for Girls, Philadelphia, Pa.

William Henry Hays
Ph.D., 1958
Geology of the central Mecca Hills, Riverside County, California

B.S. Stanford University, M.S. Yale University. Areal Geologist, United States Geological Survey, General Geology, Denver, Colo.

Hui He
Ph.D., 1998
Ronald Smith
Stable Isotopes in the Evaporating Atmospheric Water Vapor
Thomas Hegna
Ph.D., 2012
Derek Briggs
Phylogeny and Fossil Record of Branchiopod Crustaceans: An Integrative Approach
Richard A. Heimlich
Ph.D., 1959
Structure and Petrology of Acid Plutons in the Deer Lake Area, Northern Ontario, Canada

B.A. Rutgers University, M.A. Yale University.

Donnel Foster Hewett
Ph.D., 1924

Met.E. Lehigh University. Staff Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif.

David A. Hewitt
Ph.D., 1970
An experimental and field study of the progressive metamorphism of Micaceous Limestones.
William Orville Hickok, 4th
Ph.D., 1932

B.S., M.S. Yale University. Director, W. O. Hickok Manufacturing Company, Harrisburg, Pa. Died in 1957.

Charles Frederick Hickox, Jr.
Ph.D., 1958
Geology of the Central Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia

B.A. Harvard University, M.A. Columbia University, M.S. Yale University. Department of Geology, Colby College.

Jason Hicks
Ph.D., 1993
Chronostratigraphic Analysis of the Foreland Basin Sediments of the Latest Cretaceous, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Jason Hicks
Ph.D., 1993
Chronostratigraphic Analysis of the Foreland Basin Sediments of the Latest Cretaceous, Wyoming, U.S.A.
Francis Allan Hills
Ph.D., 1965
The Precambrian Geology of the Glens Falls and Fort Ann Quadrangles, Southeastern Adirondack Mountains, New York
Samuel Warren Hobbs
Ph.D., 1948
Geology of the Northern Part of the Osgood Range, Humboldt County, Nevada

B.S. University of Washington. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Minerals Deposit Branch, Washington, D.C.

Robert Arnold Hodgson
Ph.D., 1959
A regional study of jointing in the Comb Ridge-Navajo Mountain area, Arizona and Utah

B.A. Antioch College, M.S. Brigham Young University, M.S. Yale University. Research Geologist, Gulf Research Company, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Chauncey DePew Holmes
Ph.D., 1939

B.A., M.A. Syracuse University. Professor of Geology, University of Missouri.

Thomas Holtz
Ph.D., 1993
An Unusual Structure of the Metatarsus of Theropoda (Archosauria: Dinosauria: Saurischia) of the Cretaceous
Thomas Holtz
Ph.D., 1993
An Unusual structure of the Metatarsus of Theropoda (Archosauria: Dinosauria: Saurischia) of the Cretaceous
Edmund Otis Hovey
Ph.D., 1889
Observations on some of the trap ridges of the East Haven-Branford region

B.A. Yale University 1884. Curator of Geology and Invertebrate Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History, New York, N.Y.

Keith Arthur Howard
Ph.D., 1966
Structure of the Metamorphic Rocks of the Northern Ruby Mountains, Nevada
Allison Hsiang
Ph.D., 2015
Jacques Gauthier
Evolutionary origins of major reptile lineages: Case studies on phylogenetic incongruence and the importance of fossils
George Sherwood Hume
Ph.D., 1920

B.A. University of Toronto. Vice-President and Chief Geologist, West Coast Transmission Company, Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Ellsworth Huntington
Ph.D., 1909
Changes in climate of recent geological time

B.A. Beloit College 1897, M.A. Harvard University 1902. 222 Highland St., Milton, Mass.

Heikki Gustaf Ignatius
Ph.D., 1956
Late Wisconsin stratigraphy in north-central Quebec and Ontario, Canada

M.S. Yale University. Pleistocene Geologist, Geological Survey of Finland, Helsinki, Finland.

John Imbrie
Ph.D., 1951
Brachiopods of the Middle Devonian of Michigan

B.A. Princeton University, M.S. Yale University. Professor of Geology, Columbia University.

Ellery Ingall
Ph.D., 1991
Geochemistry of Orgranic Phosphorus in Marine Sediments
Fred Earl Ingerson
Ph.D., 1934

B.A., M.A. Simmons University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

David I. Jablonski
Ph.D., 1979
Paleoecology, Paleobiogeography, and Evolutionary Patterns of Late Cretaceous Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plains Mollusks.
Jeremy B.C. Jackson
Ph.D., 1971
The Ecology of the Molluscs of Thalassia Communities, Jamaica, W.I.
Farish A. Jenkins, Jr.
Ph.D., 1969
The Postcranial-skeleton of African Cynodonts and Problems in the Evolution of Mammalian Postcranial Anatomy
Stuart Edward Jenness
Ph.D., 1955
Geology of the Gander River ultrabasic belt, Newfoundland

B.Sc. Queen’s University (Canada), M.S. University of Minnesota. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Zhicheng Jing
Ph.D., 2010
Shun-ichiro Karato
Equation of state of silicate liquids
Bong Gon Jo
Ph.D., 1986
Dispersion and Attenuation of Mantle Rayleigh Overtones
Kirk R. Johnson
Ph.D., 1989
A High-Resolution Megafloral Biostratigraphy Spanning the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary in the Northern Great Plains
Craig A. Johnson
Ph.D., 1990
Petrologic and Stable Isotopic Studies of the Metamorphosed Zinc-Iron-Manganese Deposit at Sterline Hill, New Jersey
Walter Joyce
Ph.D., 2004
Jacques Gauthier
Phylogeny, nomenclature, and ecology of Mesozoic turtles
Michael Kashgarian
Ph.D., 1992
Radiocarbon in Eastern United states Coastal Waters
Richard KaY
Ph.D., 1973
Mastication, Molar Tooth Structure and Diet in Primates
Robin S. Keir
Ph.D., 1979
The Dissolution Kinetics of Plogenic Calcium Carbonate: Laboratory Measurement and Geochemical and Implications.
Fred B. Keller
Ph.D., 1980
Late Precambrian Stratigraphy, Depositional History, and Structural Chronology of Part of the Tennessee Blue Ridge.
Marcus M. Key Jr.
Ph.D., 1988
Evolution of the Halloporid Clade (Bryozoa: Trepostomata) in the Ordovician Simpson Group of Oklahoma
Susan M. Kidwell
Ph.D., 1982
Stratigraphy, Invertebrate Taphonomy and Depositional History of the Miocene Calvert and Choptank Formations, Atlantic Coastal Plain.
Taylor Kilian
Ph.D., 2015
David Evans
Precambrian Paleomagnetism of Mafic Dike Swarms and the Wyoming Craton: Implications for an Archean Supercontinent
Edward Martin Kindle
Ph.D., 1899
The Devonian and Lower Carboniferous faunas of southern Indiana and central Kentucky

B.A. Indiana University 1893, M.S. Cornell University 1896. Paleontologist in charge of Invertebrate Paleontology, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Philip Burke King
Ph.D., 1929

B.A., M.S. State University of Iowa. Geologist in Charge of Tectonic Investigations, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif.

Robert Evans King
Ph.D., 1929

B.A. State University of Iowa. Chief Exploration Geologist, American Overseas Petroleum, Ltd., New York, N.Y.

Douglas Merrill Kinney
Ph.D., 1951
Pre-Cenozoic Geology of the Uintah River-Brush Creek Area, Duchesne and Uintah Counties, Utah

B.A. Occidental College, M.S. Yale University. Geologic Map Editor, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

George DeVries Klein
Ph.D., 1960
Stratigraphy, Sedimentary Petrology and Structures of Triassic Sedimentary Rocks, Maritime Provinces, Canada

B.A. Wesleyan University, M.A. University of Kansas. Research Sedimentary Petrologist and Geologist, Sinclair Research Laboratories, Inc., P.O. Box 3006, Whittier Station, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Montis Ruhl Klepper
Ph.D., 1950
Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Southern Elkhorn Mountains, Jefferson and Broadwater Counties, Montana

B.S. Pennsylvania State University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Chevy Chase, Md.

James Brookes Knight
Ph.D., 1931

B.A. Princeton University, M.A. University of Kansas. Research Associate in Paleontology, Smithsonian Institute. Retired. Route 5, Sarasota, Fla.

Dorothy Koch
Ph.D., 1993
A Spreading Drop Model for Mantle Plumes and Volcanic Features on Venus
Dorothy Koch
Ph.D., 1993
A Spreading Drop Model for Mantle Plumes and Volcanic Features on Venus
Harold Elton Koerner
Ph.D., 1939

B.A., M.A. University of Colorado. Department of Geology, University of Colorado

Allan G. Krill
Ph.D., 1980
Tectonics of N.E. Dovrefjell, Central Norway
Srinath Krishnan
Ph.D., 2014
Mark Pagani
Changes in the hydrological cycle during early Eocene hyperthermals
Mark Kritz
Ph.D., 1975
Formation Mechanism of the Stratospheric Aerosol
Paul Dimitri Krynine
Ph.D., 1936

Professor of Petrology and Sedimentation, Pennsylvania State University. Professor of Petrology and Sedimentation, Pennsylvania State University.

James D. Kubicki
Ph.D., 1990
Structure and Kinetics of Silicate Melts and Glasses
Donald Harry Kupfer
Ph.D., 1951
The Geology of the Silurian Hills, California

B.S. California Institute of Technology, M.A. in Geology University of California, M.S. Yale University. Professor of Geology, Louisiana State University.

Neil Landman
Ph.D., 1982
Ontogeny and Evolution of Late Cretaceous (Turonian-Santonian) Scaphites
William Landuyt
Ph.D., 2009
David Bercovici
The Generation of Plate Tectonics on a Planet
Francis Baker Laney
Ph.D., 1908
The Gold Hill mining district of North Carolina

College 1902, M.A. University of Wisconsin 1905. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, and Microscopist and Mineralogist, United States Bureau of Mines, Washington, D.C.

Arnold William Lauer
Ph.D., 1917

Ph.B. State University of Iowa. Geologist. Died in 1956.

David T. Lawrence
Ph.D., 1984
Patterns and Dynamics of Late Cretaceous Marginal Marine Sedimentation; Overthrust Belt, Southwestern Wyoming
Garrett Leahy
Ph.D., 2008
David Bercovici
Structure and dynamics of mid-mantle melt layer: Predictions and observations of hydrous melting above the transition zone
Jae Hak Lee
Ph.D., 1991
The Determination of Velocities and Diffusion Coefficients from Tracer Distributions
Frank Gardner Lesure
Ph.D., 1955
Geology of Clifton Forge Iron District, Virginia

B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Knoxville, Tenn.

Jeffrey Levinton
Ph.D., 1971
The Ecology of Shallow Water Deposit Feeding Communities
George Edward Lewis
Ph.D., 1937

Ph.B. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Denver, Colo.

Dale Marion Lewis
Ph.D., 1976
The Geochemistry of Manganese, Iron, Uranium, Lead-210 and Major Ions in the Susquehanna River
Yanping Li
Ph.D., 2009
Ronald Smith
Diurnal thermal circulation on two scales: Valley and Continental
Yuhong Liang
Ph.D., 2005
Ruth Blake
Oxygen isotope studies of biogeochemical cycling of phosphorus
Yuh-Lang Lin
Ph.D., 1984
The Dynamics of Orographic Rain with Large Latent Heat Release
Chao Liu
Ph.D., 2015
Zhengrong Wang
Sr and Mg isotope geochemistry of Marinoan cap carbonates
Emma Locatelli
Ph.D., 2016
Derek Briggs
The Roles of Decay and Mineralization in Leaf Preservation: Implications for the Fossil Record
Chester Ray Longwell
Ph.D., 1920

B.A., M.A. University of Missouri. Henry Barnard Davis Professor Emeritus of Geology, Yale University; Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Menlo Park, Calif.

Steven Losh
Ph.D., 1985
Fluid Migration and Interaction in Brittle-Ductil Shear Zones, Central Pyrenees, France
Gerald Francis Loughlin
Ph.D., 1906
Contribution to the geology of eastern Connecticut

B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1903. Associate Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

John David Love
Ph.D., 1938

B.A., M.A. University of Wyoming. Staff Geologist, United States Geological Survey, University of Wyoming.

Elizabeth Jean Lowry
Ph.D., 1951
Geology of part of the Roan Mountain Quadrangle in Tennessee

B.S. Pennsylvania State University. Assistant Professor, East Carolina College.

Spencer G. Lucas
Ph.D., 1984
The Evolution of Coryphodon and the Systematics of the Early Tertiary Pantodonta (Mammalia, Eutheria)
Lawrence William Lundgren, Jr.
Ph.D., 1958
Geology of the Deep River area, Connecticut

B.A. Brown University. Assistant Professor of Geology, University of Rochester.

Colton Lynner
Ph.D., 2015
Maureen Long
Seismic Anisotropy from the Core-Mantle Boundary to the Surface
Timothy Lyons
Ph.D., 1993
Contrasting Sediment Types from Oxic and Anoxic Sites of the Modern Black Sea: Geochemical and Sedimentological Criteria
Timothy Lyons
Ph.D., 1993
Contrasting Sediment Types from Oxic and Anoxic Sites of the Modern Black Sea: Geochemical and Sedimentological Criteria
Tyler Lyson
Ph.D., 2012
Jacques Gauthier
The Origin of Turtles and their Enigmatic Shell: Insights from Morphology, Molecules, and Development
Tatiana Lyubetskaya
Ph.D., 2010
Jay Ague
New models of thermal evolution and fluid flow in collisional orogens
Kirk Allen Maasch
Ph.D., 1989
Dynamics of the Pleistocene Climate - Observation and Theory
Georgy Manucharyan
Ph.D., 2014
Alexey Fedorov
The Role of Upper-Ocean Mixing in Large-Scale Ocean and Climate Dynamics
Candace E. Martin
Ph.D., 1990
Rhenium-Osmium Isotope Geochemistry of the Mantle
Charles Day Masters
Ph.D., 1965
Sedimentology of the Mesaverde Group and of the Upper Part of the Mancos Formation, Northwestern Colorado
Rebecca Masters
Ph.D., 2004
Jay Ague
Fluid flow during Barrovian metamorphism, Stonehaven, Scotland
Josep Maria Soler Matamala
Ph.D., 1997
Antonio Lasaga
Coupled reaction-transport modeling of bauxite formation: Application to the Los Pijiguaos bauxite deposit (Venezuela)
Gianni Matteucci
Ph.D., 1991
The Role of Stochastic Noise on the Abrupt Climatic Transitions of the Pleistocene
Arcie Lee McAlester
Ph.D., 1960
Pelecypod Faunas of the Late Devonian Chemung Stage, Central New York
George McCutchen McBride
Ph.D., 1921

B.A. Park College. Professor of Geography, University of California at Los Angeles.

Peter McCall
Ph.D., 1975
The Influence of Disturbance on Community Patterns and Adaptive Strategies of the Infaunal Benthos of Central Long Island Sound
William Sidney McCann
Ph.D., 1920

B.S. Queen’s University (Canada). Consulting Geologist. 116 Lisgar Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Victoria McCoy
Ph.D., 2015
Derek Briggs
The Formation of Concretions and their Role in Fossilization
Barrie Clifton McDonald
Ph.D., 1966
Pleistocene Events and Chronology in the Appalachian Region of Southeastern Quebec, Canada
Clinton Carew McFall
Ph.D., 1956
The geology of the Escalante-Boulder area, Garfield County, Utah

B.S. University of Texas. Geologist, The Texas Company, Santa Clara, Cuba.

Michael L. McKinney
Ph.D., 1985
Heterochrony and Its Environmental Correlates in Cenozoic Echinoids of the Coastal Plain adn Caribbean Aread
Frank Harris McLearn
Ph.D., 1917

Eng.B. Dalhousie University. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ont., Canada.

Devin McPhillips
Ph.D., 2011
Mark Brandon
Erosion and Mountain Evolution: New Insights from Thermochronology
Kenneth Cunningham McTaggart
Ph.D., 1948
A belt of Cretaceous Rocks along Fraser River, B.C.

B.A., B.A.Sc. University of British Columbia, M.Sc. Queen’s University (Canada). Associate Professor of Geology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.

Deborah K. Meinke
Ph.D., 1980
Structure and Development of teh Dermal Skeleton of Polypterus and Fossil Osteichthyans and Acanthodians.
James F. Mello
Ph.D., 1962
Stratigraphy and micropaleontology of the upper Pierre shale in north-central South Dakota
David L. Meyer
Ph.D., 1970
Functional Morphology and Living Habits of Shallow Water Unstalked Crinoids of the Caribbean Sea
Harry M. Mikami
Ph.D., 1945
Granite Intrusives and Metamorphic Gneisses of the East Haven-Guilford Area, Connecticut

B.S. in Chemistry University of Alaska, M.S. Yale University. Research Petrologist, Research Department, E. J. Lavino Company, Post Office Box 29, Norristown, Pa.

Ian Miller
Ph.D., 2007
Leo Hickey
The taxonomy, paleoecology and paleolatitude of the early Cretaceous (Albian) Winthrop formation flora, Washington state, United States
Arthur K. Miller
Ph.D., 1930

B.A., M.A. University of Missouri. Professor and Head of Geology Department, State University of Iowa.

Ross Mitchell
Ph.D., 2013
David Evans
Supercontinents, True Polar Wander, and Paleogeography of the Slave Craton
Marc C. Monaghan
Ph.D., 1984
Be-10 in the Atmosphere and Soils
Woosok Moon
Ph.D., 2014
John Wettlaufer
Arctic Sea Ice: Trends, Stability and Variability
George W. Moore
Ph.D., 1960
Origin and Chemical Composition of Evaporite Deposits
Richard E. Moritz
Ph.D., 1988
The Ice Budget of the Greenland Sea
Aubrey Lyndon Morrow
Ph.D., 1941
The Invertebrate Paleontology of the Colorado Group in Kansas and Eastern Colorado

B.S., M.S. University of Kansas. Vice-President and Chief Geologist, Vincent and Welch, Inc., 910 Pioneer Building, Lake Charles, La.

John Morse
Ph.D., 1973
The Dissolution Kinetics of Calcite: A Kinetic Origin for the Lysocline
Katherine Moulton
Ph.D., 1999
Robert Berner
Quantification of the Effect of Plants on Silicate Weathering
Varanasi Rama Murthy
Ph.D., 1957
Bedrock Geology of the East Barre area, Vermont

B.S. University of Andhra, M.S. Yale University. Research Geologist, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California at La Jolla.

George Henry Myer
Ph.D., 1965
The Mineralogy of Epidote and Zoisite
Ernest Richard Ward Neale
Ph.D., 1953
Geology of the Bethoulat Lake Area, Quebec

B.Sc. McGill University, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Jerome Neufeld
Ph.D., 2008
John Wettlaufer
Natural and forced convection during solidification
Norman Dennis Newell
Ph.D., 1933

B.A., M.S. University of Kansas. Professor of Geology, Columbia University, and Curator of Historical Geology and Invertebrate Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History.

Levi Fatzinger Noble
Ph.D., 1909
The geology of the Shinumo area, Grand Canyon, Arizona

B.A. Yale University 190S, M.A. 1907. Assistant Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Thomas Brennan Nolan
Ph.D., 1924

Ph.B. Yale University. Director, United Sates Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Richard Nolen-Hoeksema
Ph.D., 1983
A Heat-FLow Investigation of the Lepontine Alps in the Valle Maggia Region, Ticino Canton, Switzerland.
Brian Seeley Norford
Ph.D., 1959
Paleozoic Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Turnagain River Map area, Northern British

B.A. University of Cambridge, M.S. Yale University. Paleontologist, Shell Oil Company of Canada, Box 100, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Stuart Alvord Northrop
Ph.D., 1929

B.S. Yale University. Professor and Head of Department of Geology, and Curator of Museum, University of New Mexico.

Stanislaus Thomas Novakovsky
Ph.D., 1921

M.Ec.S. Kiev Commercial Institute. Professor of Economic Geography, University of Poznan, Poznan, Poland. Died in 1938.

Alison Nugent
Ph.D., 2014
Ronald Smith
Orographic Convection and Precipitation in the Tropics
John Johnston O'Neill
Ph.D., 1912
Geology and petrography of the Beloeil and Rougemont Mountains, Quebec

B.S. McGill University 1909. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Robert Quincey Oaks, Jr.
Ph.D., 1964
Post-Miocene Stratigraphy and Morphology, Outer Coastal Plains Southeastern Virginia
Terry Watson Offield
Ph.D., 1962
Geology of the Goshen and Greenwood Lake Quadrangles, New York
Robert J. Oglesby
Ph.D., 1990
The Application of Equilibrium Climate Models to Questions of Glaciation at High Latitudes
Tolulope Olugboji
Ph.D., 2014
Jeffrey Park
Revealing the Fine Structures of the Lithosphere Asthenosphere Boundary
Richard John Ordway
Ph.D., 1948
Geology and Structure of the Buffalo Mountain-Cherokee Mountain Area in Northeast Tennessee

B.S. University of New Hampshire, M.S. Yale University. Professor of Geology, State Teachers College at New Paltz, State University of New York.

Steven Solomon Oriel
Ph.D., 1949
Geology of the Hot Springs Window, North Carolina

B.A. Columbia University, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Denver, Colo.

Philip Moore Orville
Ph.D., 1958
The composition of some unzoned pegmatites in the Keystone District, South Dakota

B.S. California Institute of Technology, M.S. Yale University. Postdoctorate Fellow, Geophysical Laboratory, 2801 Upton Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.

Freleigh Fitz Osborne
Ph.D., 1928

B.A.Sc., M.A.Sc. University of British Columbia. Titulaire de Petrologie, Université Laval, Quebec, P.2, Canada.

Kazuhiko Otsuka
Ph.D., 2015
Shun-ichiro Karato
Point Defects and Transport Properties of Ferropericlase in the Lower Mantle
Karen Paczkowski
Ph.D., 2012
Maureen Long
Dynamic Analysis of Modifications to Simple Plate Tectonic Theory
Michael Palin
Ph.D., 1992
Petrologic and Stable Isotopic Studies of the Wepawaug Schist, Connecticut
Harold Schjoeth Palmer
Ph.D., 1923

B.A. Yale University. Professor Emeritus of Geology, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Vivian Pan
Ph.D., 1989
Low and High Pressure Experimental Phase Equilibri in the System Mg2Sio4-Ca2sio4-NaAlsio4-CaA1204-Sio An Analog to the Petrology of Alkaline Mafic Lavas
Lionel Pandolfo
Ph.D., 1992
Minimal Modeling of the Bimodality of Extratopical Atmospheric Planetary Waves
Joseph Panzik
Ph.D., 2015
David Evans
Assessing Earth's Proterozoic Geomagnetic Field Geometry and Paleogeography Using Theoretical and Analytical Techniques
Melanie Parker
Ph.D., 2012
Alexey Fedorov
Ocean Response to Wind Perturbations: Implications for ENSO and Decadal Climate Variability
Christopher Parton
Ph.D., 1983
Systematic Jointing in the Cardium Sandstone Along the Bow River, Alberta, Canada
Jill D. Pasteris
Ph.D., 1980
Opaque Oxide Phases of the DeBeers Pipe Kimberlite (Kimberey, South Africa) and Their Petrologic Significance.
Lindamae Peck
Ph.D., 1982
Stress Corrosion and Crack Propagation in Siuox Quartzite.
Daniel Peppe
Ph.D., 2009
Leo Hickey
A high resolution chronostratigraphic study of the early Paleocene floral record in the northern Great Plains
Edward Henry Perkins
Ph.D., 1919

B.S. Wesleyan University. Professor of Geology, Western University, London, Ont., Canada. Died in 1936.

George Henry Perkins
Ph.D., 1869
The molluscan fauna of New Haven

B.A. Yale University 1867. Howard Professor of Natural History, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Curator of the Museum, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt.; State Geologist.

William J. Perry
Ph.D., 1971
The Structural Development of the Nittany Anticlinorium in Pendleton County (West Virginia)
Kenneth Perry, Jr.
Ph.D., 1965
High-Grade Regional Metamorphism of Precambrian Gneisses and Associated Rocks, Paradise Basin Quadrangle, Wind River Mountains, Wyoming
Radomir Petrovic
Ph.D., 1972
Alkali Ion Diffusion in Alkali Feldspars
Miriam Steele Petrovich
Ph.D., 1984
Stratigraphy and Paleoenvironments of Middle Ordovician Carbonate Rocks, Ottawa Valley, Canada
Kenneth Lee Pierce
Ph.D., 1964
Bedrock and Surficial Geology of the McConnellsburg Quadrangle, Southern Pennsylvania
Lucian Platt
Ph.D., 1960
Structure and Stratigraphy of the Cassayuna area, New York
Joseph Ezekiel Pogue
Ph.D., 1909
The Cid mining district of Davidson County, North Carolina: a region of ancient volcanic rocks

B.A. University of North Carolina 1906, M.S. 1907. Associate Professor of Geology, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill.; Associate Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Stephan C. Porter
Ph.D., 1962
Geology of the Anaktuvak Pass, central Brooks Range, Alaska
R.W. Powers
Ph.D., 1961
Arabian Upper Jurassic carbonate reservoir rocks.
Joseph Hyde Pratt
Ph.D., 1896
Northupite; pirssonite, a new mineral; gaylussite; and hanksite, from Borax Lake, San Bernardino County, California

Ph.B. Yale University 1893. State Geologist of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C.

William Charles Prinz
Ph.D., 1959
Geology of the Quinnesec igneous complex, northeastern Wisconsin and adjacent Michigan

B.S., M.S. Ohio State University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Spokane, Wash.

Rachel Racicot
Ph.D., 2014
Jacques Gauthier
What goes on inside the heads of porpoises? Investigations of porpoise (Cetacea: Phocoenidae) skull anatomy using CT data
Jerome S. Rackoff
Ph.D., 1976
The Osteology of Sterropterygion (Crossopterygii: Osteolepidae) and the Origin of Tetrapod Locomotion
Leonard B. Radinsky
Ph.D., 1962
Origin and early evolution of North American Tapiroidea
Jeffrey Rahl
Ph.D., 2005
Mark Brandon
Tectonic evolution of the Hellenic (Greece) and Otago (New Zealand) subduction wedges
Ji-Long Rao
Ph.D., 1994
Robert Berner
Geochemistry of Phosphorus in Sediments of Rivers and Estuaries
Xuefeng Rao
Ph.D., 1997
Danny Rye
Genesis of strata-bound ore deposits in central Guangxi, South China: Fluid inclusion and isotope constraints
Jon Llewelyn Rau
Ph.D., 1959
Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Three Forks Formation (Upper Devonian) in Southwestern Montana
Timothy Raub
Ph.D., 2008
David Evans
Prolonged deglaciation of "Snowball Earth"
Theresa Raub
Ph.D., 2008
David Evans
Paleomagnetism of Dubawnt Supergroup, Baker Lake Basin, Nunavut, Canada: Refining Laurentia's Paleoproterozoic apparent polar wander path
Percy Edward Raymond
Ph.D., 1905
A Tropidoleptus faunule at Canandaigua Lake, N. Y.: the Chazy formation and its fauna

B.A. Cornell University 1902. Assistant Professor of Paleontology, Harvard College, and Curator of Invertebrate Paleontology, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Syed Mahmood Raza
Ph.D., 1983
Taphonomy and Paleoecology of Middle Miocene Vertebrate Assemblages, Souther Potwar Plateau, Pakistan
Christopher M. Reaves
Ph.D., 1984
The Migration of Iron and Sulfur During the Early Diagenesis of Marine Sediments
Louis Ehrhart Reber, Jr.
Ph.D., 1916

B.S. University of Wisconsin. Morenci Branch, Phelps Dodge Corporation, Morenci, Ariz.

Chester Albert Reeds
Ph.D., 1910
The stratigraphy of the Hunton formation, with introductory chapters on the physiography and structure of the Arbuckle Mountains, Oklahoma

B.S. University of Oklahoma 1905, M.S. Yale University 1907. Assistant Curator of Geology and Invertebrate Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History, and Instructor in Extension Teaching, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.

Leopold Reinecke
Ph.D., 1914
The geology and ore deposits of the Beaverdell Map-Area, British Columbia

B.A. University of the Cape of Good Hope 1902, M.A. Cornell University 1909. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Ilene Miller Reinitz
Ph.D., 1990
The Timing of Magma Genesis from Disequilibrium Among 238U Chain Nuclides in Young Volcanic Rocks
William Abbott Rice
Ph.D., 1940

B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University. Associate Professor of Geology, Mount Union College.

William North Rice
Ph.D., 1867
The Darwinian theory of the origin of species

B.A. Wesleyan University 1865.  G. I. Sency Professor of Geology, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.

Duayne Rieger
Ph.D., 2014
Jeffrey Park
Love to Rayleigh Conversions and Seismic Anisotropy in Cascadia
Leonard Benjamin Riley
Ph.D., 1936

Ph.B. Yale University, B.S. in Mining Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Geologist, Denver Coordinator, Geochemistry and Petrology Branch, United States Government Survey, Denver Federal Center, Denver, Colo.

David Roberts
Ph.D., 1973
Form and Function of the Primate Scapula
Ralph Jackson Roberts
Ph.D., 1949
Geology of the Antler Peak Quadrangle, Nevada

B.S., M.S. University of Washington. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, 345 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park, Calif.

Wilber Irving Robinson
Ph.D., 1916

B.S., M.S. University of Michigan. Professor of Geology, Texas Technological College. Retired.

Henry Hollister Robinson
Ph.D., 1903
Geology of San Francisco Mountain and vicinity, Arizona

Ph.B. Yale University 1895, C.E. 1897. Clintonville, Conn.

Peter Robinson
Ph.D., 1960
The Fossil Mammals of the Huerfano Formation (Eocene) of Colorado
John Rodgers
Ph.D., 1944
Geology and mineral deposits of Bumpass Cove, Unacai and Washington Counties, Tennessee

B.A., M.S. Cornell University. Professor of Geology, Yale University.

Max Roesler
Ph.D., 1916

Ph.B. Yale University, M.A. Columbia University. Consulting Mining Geologist. 137 West 85th Street, New York, N.Y. Died in 1935.

Peter Arnold Rona
Ph.D., 1967
A Seismic and Sedimentological Investigation of the Continental Terrace, Continental Rise, and Abyssal Plain of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina
Bruce Rose
Ph.D., 1913
Geology of Savona district, British Columbia

B.S. Queen’s University 1909. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Jeffrey Rosenfeld
Ph.D., 1977
Nitrogen Diagenesis in Nearshore Anoxic Sediments
Charles Alexander Ross
Ph.D., 1959
The Type Wolfcamp series (Permian) Glass Mountains, Texas

B.S. University of Colorado, M.S. Yale University. Peabody Museum, Yale University.

Reuben James Ross, Jr.
Ph.D., 1948
Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Garden City Formation (Ordovician) in Northeastern Utah

B.A. Princeton University, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Denver, Colo.

Edward Thompson Ruppel
Ph.D., 1958
Geology of the Basin Quadrangle, Montana

B.A. Montana State University, M.A. University of Wyoming. United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

William Low Russell
Ph.D., 1927

B.A. Yale University. Professor of Geology and Research Geologist, Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College

Kathleen C. Ruttenberg
Ph.D., 1990
Diagenesis and Burial of Phsophorous: Implications for the Marine Phosphorous Budget
Thomas Allan Ryer
Ph.D., 1975
Patterns of Sedimentation and Environmental Recon struction of the Western Margin of the Interior Cretaceous Seaway, Coalville and Rockport Areas, Utah.
Floyd F. Sabins, Jr.
Ph.D., 1955
Geology of the Cochise Head and Western Vanar Quadrangles, Cochise County, Arizona

B.S. University of Texas. Research Geologist, California Research Corporation, La Habra, Calif.

Eric Salathe
Ph.D., 1994
Ronald Smith
The Interaction of UppeTropespheric Water Vapor and the Earth's Infra-Red Radiation Field
John William Salisbury, Jr.
Ph.D., 1959
Geology and Mineral Resources of the Northwest Quarter of the Cohutta Mountain Quadrangle

B.A. Amherst College, M.S. Yale University. Second Lieutenant, United States Air Force, Scientist, Lunar and Planetary Exploration Branch, Air Force, Cambridge Research Center, Bedford, Mass.

John Essington Sanders
Ph.D., 1953
Geology of the Pressmen's Home Area, Hawkins County, Tennessee

B.A. Ohio Wesleyan University. Assistant Professor of Geology, Yale University.

Clifton James Sarle
Ph.D., 1906
The Medina formation and fauna of New York

B.S. University of Rochester 1902, M.S. 1903. Professor of Geology, and Instructor in Biology, St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y.

Thomas Edmund Savage
Ph.D., 1909
The stratigraphy of the Lower Paleozoic formations in southwestern Illinois

B.A. Iowa Wesleyan University 1895, B.S. State University of Iowa 1897, M.S. 1898. Associate Professor of Stratigraphic Geology, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.

Steven Schamel
Ph.D., 1974
Eocene Subduction in Central Liguria, Italy
Robert M. Schock
Ph.D., 1983
Systematics, Functional Morphology and Macroevolution of the Extinct Mammalian Order Taeniodonta.
Paul Schroeder
Ph.D., 1992
Coupled Reaction-Transport Models: Development and Application to Geological Systems
Donald F. Schultz
Ph.D., 1964
The Geographical and Vertical Distribution of Trace Elements in Seawater
Charles Bertram Sclar
Ph.D., 1951
Basic Intrusives and Associated Metamorphite Rocks in the Preston-Griswold-North Stonington Region, Connecticut

B.A. Yale University. Assistant Technical Consultant, Battelle Memorial Institute, 505 King Avenue, Columbus, Ohio.

William Henry Scott
Ph.D., 1967
Evolution of Folds in the Metamorphic Rocks of Western Dovrefjell, Norway
George Farrington Seager
Ph.D., 1936

B.A. University of California. Treasurer, James S. Baker Company, 110 Market Street, San Francisco, Calif.

David Elihu Seidemann
Ph.D., 1976
K-Ar and Ar40/Ar39 Dating of Deep-Sea Igneous Rocks
Elias Howard Sellards
Ph.D., 1903
A study of some Paleozoic plants and insects

B.A. University of Kansas 1899. State Geologist of Florida, Tallahassee, Fla.

Eylon Shalev
Ph.D., 1993
Three-Dimensional Seismic Investigation of the Crust in New Hampshire and Loma Prieta
Eylon Shalve
Ph.D., 1993
Three-Dimensional Seismic Investigation of the Crust in New Hampshire and Lorna Prieta
John Sewall Shelton
Ph.D., 1947
Miocene Volcanism in the Northeastern Part of the Los Angeles Basin, California

B.A. Pomona College. Department of Geology, Pomona College.

Kevin L. Shelton
Ph.D., 1982
Evolution of the Porphyry Copper and Skarn Deposits at Murdochville, Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec: A geochemical, Stable Isotopic, and Fluid Inclusion Study.
George Gaylord Simpson
Ph.D., 1926

Ph.B. Yale University. Curator, and Chairman, Department of Geology and Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History, New York, N.Y.

Howard Edwin Simpson
Ph.D., 1953
Geology of an area about Yankton, South Dakota

B.A. University of North Dakota, M.S. University of Illinois. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Denver, Colo.

Philip Skemer
Ph.D., 2007
Shun-ichiro Karato
Deformation and Grain-size Evolution of Orthopyroxene in the Upper Mantle
Shona Smith
Ph.D., 2000
Phillip Ihinger
Evolution, degassing and deuteration of mafic alkaline magmas: a case study of the New England-Quebec lamprophyre suite
Charles Haddon Smith
Ph.D., 1952
Bay of Islands igneous complex (northern half), Newfoundland

B.Sc., M.Sc. Dalhousie University, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Krister Smith
Ph.D., 2006
Jacques Gauthier
Horizontal and Vertical Aspects of Species Diversity in the Fossil Record: Alpha, Beta, and the Temporal Nature of the Richness-Temperature Relation
Ward Conwell Smith
Ph.D., 1936

B.A. Stanford University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Claremont, Calif.

Melissa Spannuth
Ph.D., 2010
John Wettlaufer
Structure and Dynamics in Freezing and Frozen Colloidal Suspensions from Direct Observation and X-ray Scattering
Ian Gordon Speden
Ph.D., 1965
Paleozoology of Lamellibranchia from the type area of Fox Hills Formation, (Maestrichtian), South Dakota
Erik Sperling
Ph.D., 2010
Derek Briggs
Molecular Paleobiology and Early Animal Evolution
Jean P. St. Maurice
Ph.D., 1975
Ion Velocity Distributions in the Auroral Ionosphere
Rolfe S. Stanley
Ph.D., 1962
Metamorphic stratigraphy and structural geometry in the Collinsville Quadrangle, Connecticut
Steven M. Stanley
Ph.D., 1968
Relationship between Shell Form and Mode of Life among Bivalve MolluscsRelationship between Shell Form and Mode of Life among Bivalve Molluscs
Frederick Clark Stanley
Ph.D., 1905
A critical study of the composition of hornblende

B.A. Williams College 1893. Teacher of Chemistry, Bridgeport High School, Bridgeport, Conn.

Collin William Stearn
Ph.D., 1952
Stratigraphy and coral faunas of the Silurian of southern Manitoba

B.A. McMaster University, M.S. Yale University. Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

Carl Steefel
Ph.D., 1992
Coupled Reaction-Transport Models: Development and Application to Geological Systems
Carl Steefel
Ph.D., 1993
Coupled Reaction-Transport Models: Development and Application to Geological Systems
James Stevenson
Ph.D., 2006
Mark Brandon
Partial Melting of Eclogite: Formation of High Mg# Adakitic Melts During Fluid-Induced, High Pressure Partial Melting of Cnntinental Eclogite, Involving Growth of Peritectic Garnet and Amphibole, Tromso, Norway
Lisa M. Stewart
Ph.D., 1983
Strain Release Along Oceanic Transform Faults
James Smith Stewart
Ph.D., 1916

B.S. Queen’s University. Department of Mines and Resources, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Died in 1958.

Alastair J. Stewart
Ph.D., 1971
Structural Evolution of the White Range Nappe (Central Australia)
Richard Stocker
Ph.D., 1973
The Acoustic Properties of Copper-Lead and Copper-Silver Partial Melts
John Ball Stone
Ph.D., 1926

B.A. Yale University. General Manager, The Fresnillo Company, Fresnillo, Zac., Mexico.

Glenn W. Storrs
Ph.D., 1986
Antomy and Relationships of Corosaurus alcovensis (Reptilia: Nothosauria) and the Triassic Alcova Limestone of Wyoming
John Dixon Strobell, Jr.
Ph.D., 1956
Geology of the Carrison Mountains area, Arizona

B.A., M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Grand Junction, Colo.

Frederick Stugard, Jr.
Ph.D., 1950
Pegmatites of the Middletown Area, Connecticut

B.A., M.S. Yale University. Senior Geologist, Phillips Petroleum Company, Salt Lake City, Utah.

John Wentworth Sullivan
Ph.D., 1940

B.A., M.A. Colgate University. Geologist, Southern Minerals Corporation, Corpus Christi, Texas.

Jielun Sun
Ph.D., 1991
Tropopause Fold Investigations: Secondary Circulations, Water Vapor and Ozone Analyses
John Edward Suppe
Ph.D., 1969
Franciscan Geology of the Leech Lake Mountain - Anthony Peak Region, Northeastern Coast Ranges, California
Dimitri A. Sverjensky
Ph.D., 1980
The Origin of a Mississippi Valley Type Deposit in the Viburnum Trend, Southeast Missouri.
Susan M. Swapp
Ph.D., 1982
Metamorphism and Mass Transfer in Calcareous Concretions from the Black Hills of South Dakota.
Mignon Talbot
Ph.D., 1904
Contributions to a revision of the Helderbergian fauna of New York

B.A. Ohio State University 1892. Professor of Geology, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Mass.

Aaron Taylor
Ph.D., 2000
Robert Berner
Chemical weathering rates and strontium isotopes
Karl E. Taylor
Ph.D., 1978
The Role of Mean Meridional Motion in Climate Modeling.
Michael Tevesz
Ph.D., 1974
Taxonomy and Ecology of the Philobryidae and Limopsidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia).
Charles W. Thayer
Ph.D., 1972
Marine Paleoecology of the Upper Devonian Genesee Group of New York
Christopher Thissen
Ph.D., 2016
Mark Brandon
Deformation Processes in Orogenic Wedges: New Methods and Application to Northwestern Washington State
Erik Thomson
Ph.D., 2010
John Wettlaufer
An Optical Study of Ice Grain Boundaries
Charles Perkins Thornton
Ph.D., 1953
Geology of Mt. Jackson Quadrangle, Virginia

B.A. University of Virginia, M.S. Yale University. Department of Mineralogy, Pennsylvania State University.

Malcolm Rutherford Thorpe
Ph.D., 1916

B.A. Yale University. Retired. 10 Silver Sands Road, East Haven, Conn. Died in 1958.

Meng Tian
Ph.D., 2016
Jay Ague
Compaction-Driven Fluid Flow During Metamorphism: Its Impacts on Carbon Dioxide Transfer, Thermal Advection, and Its Competition with Porous Convection
Robert Ingersoll Tilling
Ph.D., 1963
Batholith emplacement and contact-metamorphism in the Paipote-Tierra Amarilla area, Atacama Province, Chile
Brett Tipple
Ph.D., 2009
Mark Pagani
Leaf Waxes as Environment Recorders: An Empirical Evaluation and Paleoclimate Applications
Carl Tolman
Ph.D., 1927

B.A. University of British Columbia, M.S. Yale University. Dean of Graduate School, and Head of Department of Geology, Washington University.

Joshua Irving Tracey, Jr.
Ph.D., 1950
The Subsurface Geology of Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands

B.A., M.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Johannes Christian Troelsen
Ph.D., 1947
Geology of the Bonne Bay-Trout River Area, Western Newfoundland

M.A. University of Copenhagen. Chief Paleontologist, Amazon District, Petrobras (Petroleo Brasileiro, South America), Belem, Brazil.

Edward Leffingwell Troxell
Ph.D., 1914
The vertebrate fossils of Rock Creek, Texas

B.A. Northwestern University 1908, M.A. 1911. Ann Arbor, Mich.

Takanobu Tsuihiji
Ph.D., 2004
Jacques Gauthier
Homologies of the Cervical and Dorsal Axial Muscles in Sauria as a Basis for the Muscle Reconstruction of the Neck in Non-Avian Dinosaurs
Robert D. Tucker
Ph.D., 1985
Geology of Vestranden WEst of Trondheim, South-Central Norway
William Henry Twenhofel
Ph.D., 1912
Geology, stratigraphy, and physiography of Anticosti Island

B.A. Yale University 1908. Associate Professor of Geology and Paleontology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan.; and State Geologist, Kansas University Geological Survey.

Willis Woodbury Tyrrell, Jr.
Ph.D., 1957
Geology of the Whetstone Mountain area, Cochise and Pima Counties, Arizona

B.S. Florida State University, M.S. Yale University. Intermediate Geologist (District Stratigrapher), Pan American Petroleum Corporation, Albuquerque, N. Mex.

John Vanden Brooks
Ph.D., 2007
Robert Berner
The effects of varying partial pressure of oxygen on vertebrate development and evolution
Ricardo Vazquez
Ph.D., 1993
Functional Morphology of the Avian Wing and Its Implications for Archaeopteryx and the Evolution of Birds
Ricardo Vazquez
Ph.D., 1993
Functional Morphology of the Avian Wing and Its Implications for Archaeopteryx and the Evolution of Birds
Danita Brandt Velbel
Ph.D., 1985
Stratigraphic Resolution in the Nicolet Formation (Upper Ordovician), Quebec, Canada
Michael A. Velbel
Ph.D., 1984
Mineral Transofmrations During Rock Weathering, and Geochemical Mass Balances in Forested Water-sheds of Southern Applachians
Rosemary Jacobson Vidale
Ph.D., 1968
Calc-Silicate Bands and Metasomatism in a Chemical Gradient
Jakob Vinther
Ph.D., 2011
Derek Briggs
The role of fossils and phylogeny in understanding the early evolution of annelids and mollusks (lophotrochozoans)
Sarah Vorhies
Ph.D., 2013
Jay Ague
Pressure-Temperature Conditions, Timing, Timescales, and Mechanisms of Metamorphism in the Barrovian Zones, Scotland
Kim Waldron
Ph.D., 1986
High Pressure Contact Metamorphism in the Aureole of the Cortlandt Complex, Southeastern New York
Kenneth Russell Walker
Ph.D., 1969
The Stratigraphy, Environmental Sedimentology, and Community Ecology of the Middle Ordovician Black River Group of New York State
Chia-Ching Wang
Ph.D., 1992
Phylogenetic Analysis of the Clypeasteroid Echinoids
Freeman Ward
Ph.D., 1908
Geology of the New Haven-Branford region

B.A. Yale University 1903. Professor of Geology, University of South Dakota, Vermilion, S. D.; and State Geologist.

Charles Reynolds Warren
Ph.D., 1939

B.S. Yale University. Geologist, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.

Charles Hyde Warren
Ph.D., 1899
Investigations in mineralogy and crystallography, including a description of four new minerals from Franklin, NJ

Ph.B. Yale University 1896. Professor of Mineralogy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass.

Albert Lincoln Washburn
Ph.D., 1942
Reconnaissance Geology of Portions of Victoria Land and Adjacent Regions, northern Canada

B.A. Dartmouth College. Professor of Geology, Yale University.

Aaron Clement Waters
Ph.D., 1930

B.S., M.S. University of Washington. Professor of Geology, Johns Hopkins University.

Amelinda Webb
Ph.D., 2013
Derek Briggs
The Effects of Stress on Communities: Using Modern and Fossil Data to Explore Community Response
Joseph Leonard Weitz
Ph.D., 1954
Geology of the Bay Islands, North Area, Western Newfoundland

B.A. Wesleyan University, M.S. Yale University. Geologist, Independent Explosives Company of Pennsylvania, Forty Fort, Pa.

Stuart Weller
Ph.D., 1901
Studies of the Paleozoic faunas of the interior continental basin of North America

B.S. Cornell University 1894. Professor of Paleontologic Geology, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

Thomas A. Wellman
Ph.D., 1969
The Stability of Sodalite in the System NaAlSi3O8-KAlSi3O8-NaA1SiO4-KA1SiO4-NaCl-KCl-H2O
Joseph T. Westrich
Ph.D., 1983
The Consequences and Controls of Bacterial Sulfate Reduction in Marine Sediments.
Edward Moffat Weyer, Jr.
Ph.D., 1930

B.S. Washington and Jefferson College. Editor, Natural History Magazine, 40 West 77th Street, New York, N.Y.

Walter Hall Wheeler
Ph.D., 1951
A Revision of the Uintatheres

B.S., M.S. University of Michigan. Professor of Geology and Geography, University of North Carolina.

George Reber Wieland
Ph.D., 1900
study of American fossil cycads: 1, Geological distribution; 2, Structure of the leaf.

B.S. Pennsylvania State College 1893. Research Associate, Carnegie Institution, Washington; Lecturer in Paleobotany, Graduate School, Yale University.

Thomas E. Williams
Ph.D., 1962
Fusulinidae of the Hueco limestone, Hueco Mountains, Texas
Henry Shaler Williams
Ph.D., 1871
Comparison of the muscles of the chelonian and human shoulder-girdles

Ph.B. Yale University 1868. Professor of Geology, Emeritus, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

Merton Yarwood Williams
Ph.D., 1912
Geology of the Arisaig-Antigonish district, Nova Scotia

B.S. Queen’s University 1909. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Neil Williams
Ph.D., 1976
The Formation of Sedimentary-Type Stratiform Sulfide Deposits
Samuel Wendell Williston
Ph.D., 1885
Synopsis of the North American Syrphidae

B.S. Kansas Agricultural College 1872, M.D. Yale. Professor of Paleontology, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.

Morley Evans Wilson
Ph.D., 1912
Preliminary memoir on the Abitibi district, Pontiac County, Quebec

B.A. University of Toronto 1907. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

James Lee Wilson
Ph.D., 1949
The Stratigraphy and Franconian faunas of the upper Cambrian in the Central Appalachians

B.A., M.A. University of Texas. Senior Research Geologist, Shell Development Company, Houston, Texas.

Erin Wirth Moriarty
Ph.D., 2014
Maureen Long
Interrogating Seismic Anisotropy in Subduction Zones and Continental Interiors
Joanna Wolfe
Ph.D., 2012
Derek Briggs
Fossil, Molecular, and Developmental Approaches to Elucidate Pancrustacean Phylogeny
William John Wolfe
Ph.D., 1966
Petrology, Mineralogy and Geochemistry of the Blue River Ultramafic Intrusion, Cassiar District, British Columbia
Bryan Woods
Ph.D., 2010
Ronald Smith
Secondary Generation of Mountain Waves in the Stratosphere
Grant R Woodwell
Ph.D., 1985
Fluid Migration in an Overthrust Sequence of the Canadian Cordillera
Charles Wray
Ph.D., 1994
Kuo-Yen Wei
A Molecular Systematic Assessment of the Foraminifera
William Josiah Wright
Ph.D., 1915
Geology of the New Ross Map-Area, with an introductory chapter on the gold-bearing series and the granites of southern Nova Scotia

B.S. Acadia College 1907, B.A. Yale University 1908, M.A. 1912. Temporary Junior Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Grant MacLachlan Wright
Ph.D., 1950
The Geology of the Ranji Lake-Ghost Lake Area, Northwest Territories, Canada

B.Sc., M.Sc. Queen’s University (Canada). Senior Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Ellen M.M. K. Wright
Ph.D., 1986
Stratification and Paleocirculation Patterns of the Upper Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway of North America
Gladys Mary Wrigley
Ph.D., 1917

B.S. University of Wales. Editor, Geographical Review, Broadway at 156th Street, New York, N.Y.

Huatao Wu
Ph.D., 1997
Jonathan Lees
Seismic tomography and synthetic calculation in Coso geothermal area, inyo County, California
Tsun-Yi Yang
Ph.D., 1939

B.S. National Tsing Hua University. National Tsing Hua University, Peiping, China.

Hobart Patrick Young
Ph.D., 2016
Mark Brandon
The Contribution of Metasomatized Lithospheric Mantle to Arc Magmatism
George Albert Young
Ph.D., 1904
Geology and petrology of Mount Yamaska, Province of Quebec

B.S. McGill University 1898. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Shikma Zaarur
Ph.D., 2014
Hagit Affek
Clumped isotope thermometry as a tool for reconstructing terrestrial environments: case studies from the Levant and East Africa
Benjamin Zaitchik
Ph.D., 2006
Ronald Smith
Local Drivers of Aridity in the Middle East and Beyond
Taiping Zhang
Ph.D., 2003
Robert Berner
The atmospheric carbon dioxide variations associated with the glacial-interglacial cycles: Simulation with a global dynamical climate model of intermediate complexity.
Yige Zhang
Ph.D., 2015
Mark Pagani
Deciphering the “doubthouse” climate change of the Cenozoic era”