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  1. Newsletter (University of Texas at Austin. Department of Geological Sciences) ; no. 40, 1990
    1. Research Report

    2. Research Facilities

    3. Research Personnel

    4. Faculty and Research Staff

    5. Technical Staff

    6. Faculty Research

    7. Exploration geophysics; geophysical data processing and interpretation Milo M. Backus

    8. Carbonates; water-rock interaction; isotope geochemistry Jay Banner

    9. Igneous petrology; geochemistry; volcanology Daniel S. Barker

    10. Aqueous geochemistry of rock-water interactions Philip C. Bennett

    11. Marine geology and geophysics; sequence stratigraphy Richard T. Buffler

    12. Metamorphic petrology; experimental geochemistry; kinetics William Carlson

    13. Structural geology and tectonics Mark Cloos

    14. Tectonics Ian W. D. Dalziel

    15. Energy and Mineral Resources William L. Fisher

    16. Clastic depositional systems; basin analysis; sedimentary economic geology William E. Galloway

    17. Seismology and Geophysics Stephen P. Grand

    18. Eolian sedimentology Gary Kocurek

    19. Tectonic and stratigraphic history of sedimentary basins; periodicity of cyclic sediment packages Michelle A. Kominz

    20. Ore deposits geology; stable-isotope and fluid-inclusion studies; mineral exploration Richard Kyle

    21. Micropaleontology Martin B. Lagoe

    22. Isotope geochemistry; diagenesis; low-temperature aqueous geochemistry Lynton S. Land

    23. Geochronology; Rb-Sr isotope geochemistry; clay diagenesis Leon E. Long

    24. Vertebrate paleontology; Quaternary faunas; taphonomy; biometrics Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr.

    25. Petrography and petrology of sandstones; sandstone diagenesis; evolution of porosity in sandstones; origin of chert Earle McBride

    26. Structural petrology; deformation mechanisms; complexly deformed terranes Sharon Mosher

    27. Regional tectonics of North and Central America William R. Muehlberger

    28. Lunar, planetary, and terrestrial seismology; solar system studies Yosio Nakamura

    29. Vertebrate paleontology; phylogenetic systematics; developmental biology; computer graphics Timothy Rowe

    30. Earthquake Seismology Toshimatsu Matsumoto

    31. Geology of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Amos Salvador

    32. Marine Geophysics John G. Sclater

    33. Marine Seismology Paul L. Stoffa

    34. Hydrogeology; alluvial aquifers; regional studies; energy transport in porous media; basin analysis John M. (Jack) Sharp, Jr.

    35. Igneous and metamorphic petrology; geochemistry; mantle processes Douglas Smith

    36. Invertebrate paleontology; Paleozoic echinoderms; evolutionary history James Sprinkle

    37. Tectonics and geochronology Nicholas Walker

    38. Geodesy and geophysics Clark R. Wilson

    39. Research Scientist Reports

    40. Paleomagnetism Wulf A. Gose

    41. Geochronology and isotope geochemistry of continental arc magmatism Fred W. McDowell

    42. Petrography and geochemistry of siliciclastic rocks Kitty Lou Milliken

    43. Emeritus Faculty Research

    44. Samuel P. Ellison, Jr.

    45. Ronald K. DeFord

    46. Robert L. Folk

    47. John C. Maxwell

    48. John A. Wilson

    49. Keith Young

    50. Publications

    51. Articles

    52. Abstracts

    53. Research Grants

    54. Student Activities

    55. Graduate Student Activities

    56. Graduate Student Executive Committee Offiers

    57. Undergraduate Student Geological Society Officers

    58. AAPG Student Chapter Officers

    59. Research Assistants

    60. Teaching Assistants

    61. Undergraduate

    62. Undergraduate Enrollment

    63. Graduate Graduate

    64. Petrography Contest

    65. Graduate Scholarships and Fellowships

    66. Field Camp

    67. Undergraduate Scholarships and Fellowships

    68. Student Speakers

    69. Job Placement Review

    70. Department News

    71. Administrative Staff

    72. Department Awards

    73. On A Personal Note

    74. Visiting Lecturers Program

    75. Visiting Speakers

    76. Bureau of Economic Geology Report

    77. Institute For Geophysics Report

    78. Walter Geology Library Report

    79. Vertebrate Paleontology Lab Report

    80. Foundation News

    81. Foundation Activities

    82. Advisory Council

    83. Officers

    84. Honorary Life Members

    85. Active Members

    86. New Members

    87. Geology Foundation Funds and Programs

    88. Curriculum Enrichment Funds

    89. Departmental Awards

    90. Equipment and Maintenance

    91. Faculty Endowments

    92. Foundation Administration

    93. General Research and Travel for Faculty

    94. Permanent Collections

    95. Publication Support

    96. Student Loans

    97. Student Support Funds

    98. Unrestricted Use Funds

    99. Visiting Speakers, Lectureships, and Faculty Recruitment

    100. Gifts

    101. Individual Donors

    102. Industrial and Society Contributors

    103. Donors of Books and Materials to the Walter Library

    104. Geology Foundation's Endowed Accounts

    105. New Endowments in the Geology Foundation

    106. Addresses of the Geology Foundation Advisory Council

    107. Alumni News

    108. In Memoriam

    109. Alumni Notes

    110. Final Notes

    111. We Need Your Help

  2. Illustrations
    1. Cover Photo: Graduate students working with faculty Gary Kocurek in Algodones Dune Field, Southeastern California

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    4. Sally Sutton discusses research with Heinrich Holland, Allday Lecturer in Geological Sciences

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    8. Offshore area 1 variable-intensity display of first arrival time residuals in midpoint-offset space

    9. Time slice from Gulf of Mexico salt dome data set

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    11. Simultaneous variations in the isotopic composition of O, Sr, C, and Nd during the recrystallization of a limestone

    12. Photomicrograph, taken with plane-polarized transmitted light, of crystal-liquid reaction texture in rhyolite lava, Lipari, Italy

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    15. Molecular model of a quartz particle with citrate adsorbed onto the surface

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    18. Partially resorbed garnet crystal from the Llano Uplift, Texas

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    34. View northeast at Fort Peña Colorada, near Marathon, Texas

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    37. Tim Rowe and Rich Cifelli collect a femur of the large hadrosaurian dinosaur Kritosaurus

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    50. 1989 Geology 660 participants rest in the shade of an outcrop

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    53. Martin Lagoe and Carolyn Eyles on the Yakataga Formation in the Robinson Mountains

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    57. Geology 348K Training Cruise course lowering a box coring device over the side of the UT Research Vessel "Longhorn"

    58. A graduate class with faculty member Gary Kocurek trenches coastal dunes in Guerro Negro, Baja California, Mexico

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    75. Roberto Gutierrez, Young Sun Nam and Yosio Nakamura at National Geodetic Survey benchmark near Terlingua, Texas

    76. Glenn and Martha Vargas work with Geo 347K students to teach lapidary skills

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    78. Gary Kocurek takes a break from driving to the Sahara Desert from Dakar, Senegal to visit children at a village

    79. Department Staff

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    82. Bob Folk pauses during a visit to the Portoro limestone quarry

    83. Bob Folk, Bill Muehlberger, Edd Turner, and Earle Mcßride on student field trip

    84. Sharon Mosher, recipient of the 1990 Outstanding Educator Award given by the Association for Women Geoscientists Foundation

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    86. Richard L. Hay

    87. Tom Jordan

    88. 1988 fall field trip for new graduate students

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    90. Computer-controlled deformation rig used at the Bureau's Applied Geodynamics Laboratory

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    95. Volunteer cataloguer Mary Pettengill and Carol Russell, map room library assistant, at work station in the Walter Library

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    98. Workers carefully excavate the plesiosaur found in Shoal Creek

    99. Council members and faculty during the spring 1990 Foundation meeting

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    163. Mike Follis and Tom Burch present Dr. Clark Wilson with a check from the AMOCO Foundation Inc.

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    167. Stacey Tyburski discusses student activities and needs with Peter Flawn and Tom Barrow

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    172. Dr. William Fisher receives a plaque in recognition of his service to the Department as Chairman from Dr. Rodger Denison, Advisory Council Chairman

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    174. F. L. Whitney and others digging out a fossil elephant at an unidentified location

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    177. Arthur Carroll on a combined geology and zoology field camp near Big Bend, summer 1948

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    180. Gaston H. Parrish

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    183. Surce J. Taylor

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    188. The Department of Geology's first "auto"—a second-hand truck acquired when the School of Auto Mechanics was closed out after World War I It was the sole transportation used for the 1919 Mason County Summer Camp. Here the vehicle is shown as a float for a University parade in 1921. At the wheel is L. T. Barrow, Lester A. Luecke with megaphone, R. L. Cannon standing to right ofLuecke. Photo identified by L. T. Barrow in 1969.

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    193. Halbert & Robert W. Bybee, Jeff, the camp cook, and Saphroni, the fawn, at the summer field camp in Mason County, Texas, 1921

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    197. Bill and Mary Anne Dingus pose while cross-country skiing at Yellowstone National Park last winter

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    202. Geology 60 field camp at Brady, July 1948 Photo provided by Charles Renaud.

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    205. Students on a Saturday field trip for a course taught by Dr. Henryk Stenzel in about 1947

    206. Sam Ellison and John Hampton at Geology 660 field camp, first term, 1952, in Big Bend

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    210. Rapid transit system used for geology field trips in the early 1900's

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    212. Geo. 660 field camp, June 1984, Picuris Peak, Taos, New Mexico

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    220. 1922 UT summer field trip to Petrified Forest, Arizona

    221. Geology field camp headquarters in Denison, Texas, 1926

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    229. Santa Helena Canyon, 1936

    230. Charles Renaud at Dutton Ranch near Brady, July 1948

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    235. A field trip to Barton Creek

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    241. Drue D. Christner, about 1918

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    245. Scenes from 1921 Summer Field Camp, Mason County

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