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Paul Wallace

  • Title: Professor
  • Phone: (541) 346-5985
  • Office: 220 Cascade Hall
  • Interests: Igneous petrology, volcanology, geochemistry
  • Website: Website

Education

B.S., 1986, George Washington University Ph.D., 1991, California, Berkeley

Statement

Igneous petrology, volcanology, geochemistry Geological Sciences faculty member since 2001

Publications

Recent Publications: Johnson, E., Wallace, P., Cashman, K., Delgado Granados, H., Kent, A.J.R. (2008) Magmatic volatile contents and degassing-induced crystallization at Jorullo Volcano, Mexico: Implications for the plumbing systems of monogenetic volcanoes. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, in press. Roberge, J., Wallace, P., White, R.V., Coffin, M.F. (2005) Anomalous uplift and subsidence of the Ontong Java Plateau inferred from CO2 contents of submarine basaltic glasses. Geology, 33:501-504. Wallace, P. (2005) Volatiles in subduction zone magmas: concentrations and fluxes based on melt inclusion and volcanic gas data. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 140:217-240.

Students

Current Graduate Students: Kristina Walowski Lucy Walsh James Rae Madison Myers Recent Students: Robin Tuohy (M.S., 2013) Stan Mordensky (M.S., 2012) Stephanie Weaver (Ph.D., 2012) Dan Ruscitto (Ph.D., 2011) Emily Johnson (Ph.D., 2008) Nathalie Vigouroux (M.S., 2006) Julie Roberge (Ph.D., 2005) Stacey Hager (M.S., 2004)

 

Courses Taught

Courses Taught: GEOL 201: Earth's Interior Heat & Dynamics GEOL 332: Introduction to Petrology GEOL 450: Summer Geology Field Camp GEOL 471/571: Geochemical Thermodynamics