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Lee Gray


  Professor, started at Mount Union in 1984
  BA  Colgate University; MS, PhD University of Rochester.
  Courses Taught
    Physical Geology, Historical Geology, History of Life, Weather and Climate, Stratigraphy and Sedimentation, Paleontology, Regional Geology, Glacial Geology.
  Research Interests
    Middle Devonian stratigraphy in NY

Use of epizoans in paleoecological studies

Modern carbonate environments .


Mark McNaught


  Associate Professor and Chair,  Stated at Mount Union in 1998
  BS  Lafayette College; MS, PhD University of Rochester.
  Courses Taught
Physical Geology, Investigation Earth, Hydrology and Water Resources, Mineralogy, Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology, Structural Geology.
  Research Interests: 

Study of deformation associated with thrust sheet emplacement during mountain building.

Development of  methods for measuring finite strain, with emphasis on computerized methods.

Study of  the relationship between deformation and metamorphism, particularly the origin of solution cleavage.

Monitoring of seismic activity in northeast Ohio.





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