Jesse Mosolf

Alumni
PhD Fall 2013

Specialization

Thesis/Dissertation

“Stratigraphy, structure, and geochronology of the Abanico Formation in the Principal Cordillera, central Chile: Evidence of protracted volcanism and implications for Andean tectonics”

 

Research Area(s)

Tectonics, Structure

 

Advisor

Phil Gans

Bio

Award(s)
UCSB Graduate Research Mentorship Program Fellowship, 2011/12

Preston Cloud Award, 2011/12

 

Courses

Earth 3:  History of Life (Teaching Assistant), S08

Earth 4:  Intro to Oceanography (Teaching Assistant), F09

Earth 7:  Dinosaurs (Teaching Assistant), S09

Earth 20:  Geological Catastrophes (Teaching Assistant), F07

Earth 20:  Geological Catastrophes (Teaching Associate), M11

Earth 103:  Structural Geology (Teaching Assistant), W10

Earth 104A:  Field Studies in Geology (Teaching Assistant), F08/F10

Earth 115:  Optical Mineralogy (Teaching Assistant), S10

Earth 118:  Summer Field Geology (Teaching Assistant), M08/M10

Earth 119:  Field Investigations in Geology (Teaching Assistant), M10

Earth 176:  Geological Application of GIS (Teaching Assistant), S11