James Martell

James Martell

Graduate Student

  jmartell@tamu.edu

  Halbouty 54

Research

Focusing on the Late Ordovician-Early Silurian Mount Kindle-Whittaker Formations and their transition into the coeval deep ramp facies of the Selwyn Basin. This ramp is part of an extensional setting, which includes a series of arches and basins. I am interested in determining if, and how, syndepositional tectonism affected passive margin sedimentation during the Late Ordovician-Early Silurian.

Area of Study: Mackenzie Mountains, NWT, Canada

Education

Bachelor of Science in Geology, 2017, Texas A&M University

Courses

GEOL 104 Lab

GEOL 289 Lab

Additional Information

Advisor: Mike Pope and Juan Carlos Laya

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