Faculty

greg   Greg Balco greggreg more ...
Geochronologist
Ph.D Geological Sciences, 2002, University of Washington

Quaternary and glacial geochronology, Antarctic ice sheet history, cosmogenic-nuclide geochemistry, quantitative geomorphology.

 

510-644-9200

         
Alan Deino   Alan L. Deino more ...
Geochronologist
Ph.D. Geology, 1985
University of California at Berkeley

40Ar/39Ar geochronology, climate change, volcanology, evolution, timescale, East Africa

 

510-644-1295

 

       
Kenneth R. Ludwig   Kenneth R. Ludwig more ...
Geochronologist
Ph.D. Geology, 1973
California Institute of Technology

 

510-644-0225

         
Roland Mundil   Roland Mundil more ...
Geochronologist
Ph.D. Geology, 1996
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zürich

Time scales of evolution, climate signals in sediments, pluton assembly, U/Pb zircon geochronology

 

510-644-1250

         
Paul R. Renne   Paul R. Renne more ...
Geochronologist
Ph.D. Geology, 1987
University of California at Berkeley

Applications of geochronology and paleomagnetism to various problems in the evolution of the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere

 

510-644-9200

         
Warren Sharp   Warren D. Sharp more ...
Geochronologist
Ph.D. Geology, 1984
University of California at Berkeley

U-series Dating, Quaternary Geochronology, Paleoclimate, Geomorphology, Paleoanthropology, Archaeology

 

510-644-1338

         
David L. Shuster   David L. Shuster more ...
Geochronologist
Ph.D., Geochemistry, 2005
California Institute of Technology

Low-temperature and 4He/3He thermochronometry, deciphering influences of long-term climate variability on planetary surfaces, erosion histories of mountain ranges, near-surface thermal history of Mars, geochronology of chemical weathering, kinetics of noble gas diffusion

 

510-644-9891

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