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Noah Garrison (MS with Cathy)


Abbreviated Curriculum Vitae


University of California at Santa Barbara, Geology M.S. completed 2004 under supervision of Cathy Busby.
Wesleyan University, CT: B.A., Earth & Environmental Sciences, 1997
University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia, 1995
University of Pennsylvania/ Yellowstone Bighorn Research Association, Red Lodge, MT, 1996

University of California Regents Fellowship (Highest award possible to incoming graduate students)

URS Corporation (Portland, Oregon) - Geotechnical investigations and environmental site assessments (ESAs) in Oregon and Washington (1999 – 2001)

J. Varekamp, D. Delpino, A. Bermudez, J. DeBoer, S. Herman, N. Garrison, 1997, The Magmato-Hydrothermal System of Copahue Volcano Argentina: Newsletter of the IAVCEI Commission on Volcanic Lakes, No. 10, March 1997.


Noah Garrison took Structural Geology and Associated Field Mapping Courses at Wesleyan University, and took the full summer field mapping camp at Red Lodge, Montana. At UCSB Noah took both Physical Volcanology (with P.I. Phil Gans) and Advanced Stratigraphy courses (with co-P.I. Cathy Busby), each of which include field mapping exercises as a large component of their coursework.



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