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Ryan Samuels
Ryan Samuels
Phone:
(979) 845-2451
Fax:
(979) 845-6162
Email:
rsamuels@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 169
Address:

1501 Copperfield Pwky. Apt. 415,
College Station, TX, 77845


Degrees:

B.A. FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE

PH.D TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

Awards:

MARY AND HOWARD PATTON GEOPHYSICS AWARD
2013, 2014 ENVIROSCAN AWARD
2014 AFS SCHOLARSHIP

Courses:

PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY


Ryan Samuels

Graduate Student

Research Interests

I WILL BE USING THE POSTMORTEM AGES OF SHELLS TO RECONSTRUCT ANCIENT BURIAL PATHWAYS AND THE RATE OF RECYCLING IN DELTAS TO CREATE A MORE ACCURATE MIGRATION MODEL THAT WILL INTEGRATE THE EFFECTS OF SEA LEVEL FLUCTUATIONS SINCE THE HOLOENE.

Selected Publications

Samuels, Ryan C., 2014, “Channel and tube flow features associated with the Twin Craters lava flow, Zuni-Bandera volcanic field, NM: Insights into similar features on Mars”, 27th Keck Symposium Volume

Sternberg, Robert S.; Samuels, Ryan C.; Feinberg, Joshua M.; Shackley, Steven. “Magnetic properties of a new obsidian source, west Antelope Creek, Grant County, New Mexico”. (abstract) AGU Fall Meeting 2013

Von Meerscheidt, Hester C.; Bleacher, Jacob E.; Brand, Brittany D.; deWet, Andrew; Samuels, Ryan C.; Hamilton, Christopher; Garry, William B. “Shatter Complex Formation in the Twin Craters Lava Flow, Suni-Bandera Field, New Mexico”. (abstract) AGU Fall Meeting 2013

Bleacher, Jacob E.; Hamilton, Christopher W.; Garry, W. Brent; Mchale, Jessica; Wise, Charles; Switzer, Megan; Konkol L, Susan; von Meerscheidt, Hester; and Samuels, Ryan C. “Inflation Features associated with the McCartys Lava Flow, ZBVF, NM”. (abstract) 2014 GSA Abstracts with Programs, Northeastern Section

Sternberg, Rob; Shackley, Steven; Feinberg, Joshua M.; Steffen, Anastasia; Samuels, Ryan C. “Magnetic and Geochemical Characterization of Georeferenced Obsidian Samples from Three Source Areas in New Mexico” (abstract) ISA 2014

Additional Information

Advisor: Tom Olszewski
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