B.Sc. (Vordiplom) in geology, 1978, University of Tübingen, Germany

Ph.D. in geology, 1985, University of Oregon

Dissertation: The Relationship between Basin Evolution and Genesis of stratiform Sulfide Horizons in Mid-Proterozoic Sediments of Central Montana (Belt Supergroup), 811pp.

Academic Appointments

University of Oregon

1982-1984, Research Assistant, Department of Geology

1984-1985, Teaching Assistant, Department of Geology

1986, Research Associate, Department of Geology

The University of Texas at Arlington

Department of Geology

1986-1992, Assistant Professor

1992-present, Associate Professor


International Association of Sedimentologists

Deutsche Geologische Vereinigung

Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits

Deutscher Hochschulverband

Geological Society of America

Professional Experience

1985, northern Taiwan, Research

1987-1990, western Montana, northern Idaho, Research

1991, SW Germany, Research

1990-1999, eastern US and Great Basin Region, Research

Research Interests

Basin Analysis and Sedimentology, Sedimentology of Shales, the Genesis of Black Shales and Sediment hosted Mineral Deposits, Evolution of the Belt Basin and the Appalachian Basin, Geochemistry of Sediments.

Publications and Abstracts

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