University of Texas at Austin Libraries Home | Mobile | My Account | Renew Items | Sitemap | Help
support us
University of Texas Libraries
details contents options

Table of Contents

  1. Newsletter (University of Texas at Austin. Department of Geological Sciences) ; no. 39, 1989
    1. Geology 2988: A View of the Future

    2. Lift-off: The Last 50 Years

    3. Technology, Key to the Future

    4. More than 100 Years of Teaching

    5. An Adventure-Seeker: Students love his enthusiasm

    6. An Outstanding and Unorthodox Teacher

    7. A World Authority Dedicated to Students and the University

    8. Faculty News

    9. Faculty

    10. Professors

    11. Adjunct Professor

    12. Associate Professors

    13. Assistant Professors

    14. Research Scientists

    15. Lecturers

    16. Professors Emeriti

    17. News Briefs

    18. Chairman's Report

    19. Tradition of Faculty Excellence Continues

    20. Student Programs Show Success

    21. New Facilities Promote Research

    22. Faculty Publications

    23. Department Staff

    24. Staff Honors and Awards

    25. Karl Hoops Retires

    26. Visiting Lecturers Program

    27. Visiting Speakers

    28. Bureau of Economic Geology Report

    29. Vertebrate Paleontology Lab Report

    30. Institute for Geophysics Report

    31. Walter Geology Library Report

    32. A complete and indexed list of graduate theses

    33. Folk Roast

    34. A Note from Bill Ward

    35. UT/Freeport-McMoRan Researchers Cooperate to Conquer Final Frontier

    36. Student News

    37. Student Activities

    38. Undergraduate Student Geological Society

    39. Research Assistants

    40. Teaching Assistants

    41. 1989 Petrography Contest

    42. Geologist Rocks Political Group

    43. Degrees

    44. Undergraduate

    45. Undergraduate Enrollment

    46. Graduate

    47. Undergraduate

    48. Scholarships

    49. AFMS Gives Earth Science Grants

    50. Bookout Scholarship Funded

    51. Houston Geological Society Awards

    52. Graduate Scholarships

    53. New SEM Spurs Department's Research Efforts

    54. Student Speakers Technical Sessions

    55. Best Speaker Awards

    56. Student Job Program

    57. Foundation News

    58. Membership Changes

    59. Advisory Council Activities

    60. Wes Ogden Scholarship Pledged

    61. Geology Foundation Advisory Council

    62. Chairman

    63. Vice Chairman

    64. Members

    65. Honorary Life Members

    66. Gifts

    67. Individual Donors to the Geology Foundation

    68. Industrial and Society Contributors to the Geology Foundation

    69. Donors of Books and Special Items to the Department of Geological Sciences

    70. Geology Foundation Endowment Accounts

    71. Gregory Trust Established

    72. New Endowments

    73. In Memoriam

    74. Alumni News


    75. Photo Credits

    76. A Final Note

  2. Illustrations
    1. Cover Photo: Triassic Portoro Limestone from the Cinque Terre, NW Italy

    2. Scanning Electron Microscope Electron Microprobe

    3. Ultraclean Laboratory for U-Pb Dating

    4. X-Ray Diffraction Laboratory

    5. Inductively Coupled Plasmaspectrometer

    6. Stable Isotope Laboratory

    7. Experimental Petrology Laboratory

    8. Cathodoluminescence Microscope

    9. Solid-Source Mass Spectrometer

    10. Page 1 photos:

    11. Untitled

    12. Untitled

    13. Scanning Electron Microscope photo: Specimen from Bullicane Springs, Viterbo, Italy

    14. Untitled

    15. Untitled

    16. Ed Jonas

    17. Ed and Martha Jonas at retirement dinner, October, 1988

    18. Bob Folk

    19. Bob and Marge Folk at retirement dinner, October, 1988

    20. Keith Young

    21. Keith and Ann Young at retirement dinner, October, 1988

    22. Untitled

    23. Untitled

    24. Untitled

    25. A portrait of President Emeritus Peter Flawn dedicated May 6 in the Peter T. Flawn Academic Center

    26. Sharon Mosher, recipient of the 1988-89 Knebel Distinguished Teaching Award

    27. Timothy Rowe, one of five UT faculty members to receive the Presidential Young Investigator's award

    28. John G. Sclater, elected in April to membership in the National Academy of Sciences

    29. Douglas Smith, recipient of the Houston Oil & Minerals Faculty Excellence Award

    30. Clark Wilson replaces Mark Cloos as Associate Chairman of the Department and Associate Director of the Geology Foundation for 1989-90

    31. Untitled

    32. Untitled

    33. Guests watch as Karl Hoops cuts cake

    34. John C. Crowell

    35. Untitled

    36. Untitled

    37. Earl Yarmer works on a skeleton of a Cretaceous marine crocodile

    38. Untitled

    39. Untitled

    40. Untitled

    41. Graduate Degrees Conferred in Geological Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin, 1897-1988

    42. Untitled

    43. Bob and Marge Folk prepare for an evening of fun

    44. Clyde Moore gleefully shows incriminating slides of Bob Folk

    45. Rafik Salem shares Folklore with Skip Davis and Robbie Gries

    46. Page Twiss, Pete Rose, Don Winston, Dick Grant and Luigi perform an old favorite of the Holler Group, "Down in the Mine"

    47. A host of former students look on as others take their turns "roasting" Folk

    48. Untitled

    49. Untitled

    50. William Cunningham, James Robert Moffett and Robert E. Boyer

    51. Untitled

    52. Untitled

    53. Untitled

    54. New design for T-shirts sold by USGS and AAPG

    55. Photo taken on the Presidential Palace Grounds as Gorbachov departs from his visit to Bonn

    56. Untitled

    57. Untitled

    58. Untitled

    59. Untitled

    60. Untitled

    61. Mike Rosen receiving his PhD degree in May

    62. Untitled

    63. Untitled

    64. Untitled

    65. Untitled

    66. Untitled

    67. Untitled

    68. Untitled

    69. Untitled

    70. Paul Warren performs rock crushing and mineral separation duties for Nick Walker

    71. Sally Sutton trains Matt Wilson to use the SEM

    72. Mark Cloos teaches Chris Shorey to perform X-ray diffraction studies

    73. Untitled

    74. Untitled

    75. Jerry W. Box

    76. Robert D. Ottmann

    77. James C. Patterson

    78. Don Boyd presents a plaque to Bill Gipson in appreciation for Mr. Gipson's two years of service as chairman of the Geology Foundation Advisory Council

    79. Wes Ogden

    80. Untitled

    81. Untitled

    82. Bill Fisher receives a check for the Department from BP Exploration Inc., presented by Robert Ruggiero

    83. Untitled

    84. Untitled

    85. Untitled

    86. Untitled

    87. Untitled

    88. Karl F. Hagemeier Jr.

    89. Untitled

    90. J. Ben Carsey Sr.

    91. Carroll E. Cook

    92. C. Wayne Holcomb

    93. Untitled

    94. G. Baxter Adams Jr., geologist and apple grower, as featured in Texas Highways, July 1989

    95. In the early 1920's, UT geologists get field experience in hydrogeology

    96. Untitled

    97. The Ford in 1919 and 1921

    98. Charles Weiner, Leroy Gideon, Jack Wilson, Mary Gideon, and Nita Weiner "Hook 'em!"at Kula Lodge, Maui in January, 1989

    99. "Home for three weeks": Summer field camp housing in 1920

    100. Easter morning, 1965 near Chihuahua, Mexico

    101. Kerrville's Hill Country Geoscientists viewing a cropping of a Caprinid Reef in the Lower Glen Rose Formation

    102. Rho Kappa members, 1939

    103. Summer Camp, 1919

    104. Field Camp, Second Term, 1921

    105. John C. Crowell's 1936 photograph from inside the Main Building tower, then under construction

    106. Untitled

    107. Untitled

    108. Untitled

    109. Untitled

    110. Untitled

    111. Untitled

    112. Page 104 photo: Collage of images generated by a desk-top computer graphics work station assembled by Dr. Tim Rowe

    113. Untitled