- David D. Blackwell, Hamilton Professor, Ph.D.,
and their application to plate tectonics,
especially of the western United States;
energy resource estimates and geothermal exploration.
- Robert T. Gregory, Professor and Director,
Graduate Studies, Ph.D., Caltech.
Stable isotope geology and geochemistry, evolution of Earth's
fluid envelope and lithosphere.
- Eugene T. Herrin, Shuler-Foscue Professor,
Ph.D., Harvard. Theoretical and applied seismology, solid earth properties,
computer analysis of geophysical data.
- Louis L. Jacobs, Professor and Director,
Shuler Museum of Paleontology, Ph.D., Arizona. Vertebrate paleontology,
- A. Lee McAlester,
Professor and Chairman,
Ph.D., Yale. Marine ecology-paleoecology, evolutionary theory, Paleozoic
geology, petroleum geology.
- Brian W. Stump, Professor,
Ph.D., Berkeley. Seismology, seismic wave theory.
- John V. Walther, Matthews Professor,
Berkeley. Experimental and theoretical aqueous geochemistry, fluid-mineral
surface interactions, kinetics of dissolution, and mineral solubilities
as a function of temperature, pressure and solution composition.
- Crayton J. Yapp, Professor, Ph.D. Caltech.
Paleoclimates, paleoatmospheres, and the hydrologic cycle, using the methods of light element
stable isotope geochemistry.
- Bonnie F. Jacobs, Adjunct
Professor, Ph.D., Arizona. Paleobotany of Miocene deposits of
East Africa. Application of pollen analysis to Cenozoic geological
and environmental problems.
Assistant Professor and Director,
Environmental Science Program.
- Anthony Fiorillo, Adjunct
Professor, Ph.D., Pennsylvania. Curator of Paleontology, Dallas
Museum of Natural History.
- Alisa J. Winkler, Adjunct
Professor, Ph.D., S.M.U. Mammalian paleontology, anatomy.
- Dale A. Winkler, Adjunct
Professor and Associate Director,
Shuler Museum of Paleontology, Ph.D., Texas at Austin. Paleontology,