Gary A Kocurek
Dr. Kocurek's research interests are in the sedimentology, geomorphology and stratigraphy of aeolian and related systems. His interests range from fluid flow and grain transport, to bedform dynamics and pattern evolution of dune fields, to the stratigraphic record of aeolian and related systems at the basinal scale on Earth and Mars.
Areas of Expertise
Sedimentology, geomorphology and stratigraphy of aeolian systems; fluid flow and grain transport; bedform dynamics and pattern evolution of dune fields; the stratigraphic record of aeolian and related systems on Earth and Mars.
Editorial Board, Bulletin of Geosciences
Mackenzie D Day
, Ph.D., expected 2017
Covering a broad range of topics under the thesis title [italic] Sedimentary Dynamics of Aeolian Systems on Earth and Mars [/italic], Mackenzie Day's research includes inter-planetary comparison of dunes, analysis of aeolian features on the surface of Mars, and the physics of aeolian bedform formation. Currently Mackenzie is in her fourth year of graduate school and plans to leave UT...
Sarah C Brothers , Ph.D., expected 2016 (Supervisor)
Anine Pederson , M.S., expected 2014 (Supervisor)
|2017||Spring||GEO 391||Aeolian Sys Of Colo Plateau|
|2016||Fall||GEO 416M||Sedimentary Rocks|
|2016||Fall||GEO 380R||Dynamics Of Sedimentary Sys I|
|2016||Spring||GEO 302E||Earth, Wind, And Fire|
|2015||Fall||GEO 380R||Dynamics Of Sedimentary Sys I|
|2015||Fall||GEO 391||Bedform Pattern Analysis|
|2015||Spring||GEO 391||Fluvial Trmnl Fans/Aeolian Sys|
|2015||Spring||GEO 394||Rsch In Sedimentary Processes|
|2014||Fall||GEO 416M||Sedimentary Rocks|
|2014||Fall||GEO 380R||Dynamics Of Sedimentary Sys I|
|2014||Fall||GEO 394||Rsch In Sedimentary Processes|
|2014||Spring||GEO 302E||Earth, Wind, And Fire|
|2014||Spring||GEO 391||Fld Strat: Southwest Oregon|
|2014||Spring||GEO 394||Rsch In Sedimentary Processes|