Ph.D. University of Michigan, Geology, 1994
M.S. University of Michigan, Geology, 1990
B.S. University of Washington, Geology, 1988
Associate Professor, Western Washington University, Department of Geology, 2003-
Assistant Professor, Western Washington University, Department of Geology, 1997-2003
Research Associate, University of Minnesota, Geology & Geophysics 1996-1997
Post-doctoral Associate, University of Minnesota, Geology & Geophysics 1994-1996
Applications of geophysics to structural and tectonic problems, paleomagnetism and plate motions, deformation fabrics and tectonics of active accretionary prisms and mélanges, magnetic mineral diagenesis and environmental magnetism of marine sediments, emplacement and deformation fabrics in granitic rocks, magnetic anisotropy, biomagnetism, paleomagnetism of deformed rocks. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) and near-surface geophysics (seismic, electrical resistivity) applied to geological, hydrological, and forensic studies. Magnetic and sonic-velocity properties of materials.