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Bain
Ciravolo
Delvecchio
Evans
Gainey
Hardy
Jayakody
Kara Ali
Lomeli-Uribel
Maharjan
Ness
Parry
Reppart
Steiner
Tarar
Shaimma Ali Abd Haleem
M.S. Student
Office: TEC 103
Phone: (702) 895-1162
aliabdel@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- Cairo University, 2010
Area of Focus: Structural Geology

Shaimaa is the president of the AAPG Student Chapter, her research focuses on the study of kinematics and timing of Nellis Dunes Recreational Area, Las Vegas Valley Shear Zone, Nellis, Nevada.
M.S. Student
Office: TEC 110
Phone: (702) 895-1531
austint@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2014
Area of Focus: Petrology, Mineralogy
Tomoyo’s research focuses on the genesis of naturally occurring asbestos that were recently found in southern Nevada and Arizona.
Tomoyo Austin
M.S. Student
Office: TEC 103B
Phone: (702) 895-1162
bainw1@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2011
Area of Focus: Economic Geology

Boomer's research focuses on using detailed fluid inclusion analysis to characterize potential porphyry Cu-Mo deposits.
Wyatt Bain aka Boomer
Ph. D. Student
Office: SEB
Phone: (702) 774-1412
bakerj61@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- Weber State University, 2008
Geology MS- University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2010
Area of Focus: Paleoclimatology

Jonathan utilizes stable-isotope records from secondary carbonates in western Eurasia to reconstruct the evolution of winter climate during the Holocene.
Jonathan Baker
M.S Student
Office: TEC 106
Phone: (702) 895-4633
ballt1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2012 – Brigham Young University
Area of Focus: Hydrogeology
Taylor’s research seeks to better understand the relative importance of vapor-phase diffusion and density-driven advection in the movement of moist air through desiccated soils.
Taylor Ball
M.S. Student
Office: TEC 107
Phone: (702) 895-3244
ciravolo@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- Furman University, 2012
Area of Focus: Tephra Studies

Amber’s research deals with finding cryptotephra in paleoarchaeological sites in South Africa.
Amber Ciravolo
Ph. D. Student
Office: SEB 4250
Phone: (702) 774-1422
bartlc1@unvl.nevada.edu
Geology BS- Midwestern State University, 2014
Area of Focus: Planetary Geology
Courtney’s research is concentrated on nutrient release from Mars-relevant phosphate-bearing minerals. Additionally, part of her research focuses on the presence and weathering of minerals in snow environments.
Courtney Bartlett
M.S. Student
Office: LFG 203
Phone: (702) 895-1238
beshears@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, 2011
Area of Focus: Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology

Mathew’s research focuses on the evolution continental crust creation, specifically the earliest stages of partial melting, which is often overprinted or obliterated by more advanced melting and melt mobility. The contact aureoles of mafic intrusions provide a natural laboratory to test current experimental models on texture development and geochemistry of early stage partial melts.
Mathew Beshears
Ph. D. Student
Office: SEB 3246
Phone: (702) 774-1412
bishom1@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- University of Akron, 2006
Geology MS- University of Akron, 2010
Area of Focus: Paleoclimatology, Stable Isotope Geochemistry

Melisa’s research involves the use of oxygen isotopes from cave stalagmites and lake sediments to better characterize spatial hydrologic variability in Central America spanning the last 2,000 years.
Melisa Bishop
Ph.D. Student
Office: SEB 3244
Phone: (702) 895-1162
crotty@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS – North Dakota State University, 2011
Area of Focus: Paleoclimatology

Chad’s research focuses on the use of trace element concentrations in speleothems as a proxy for paleoclimatic conditions.
Chad Crotty
M.S. Student
delvecc24@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2008
Pasquale Del Vecchio
M.S. Student
Office: TEC 117
Phone: (702) 895-1133
evansm13@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- California Lutheran University, 2013
Area of Focus: Fault System Modeling and Structural Geology

Michael’s research focuses on the Geometric and kinematic analysis of the Arrowhead Mine Fault in the Paharanagat Shear Zone. Understanding the role of and timing of the transition zone between Northern Basin and Range and Central Basin and Range and how strike-slip faults fit into this extension.
Michael Evans
Ph. D. Student
Office: TEC 122B
Phone: (702) 895-4614
evanss3@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- University of North Carolina, 2008
Geology MS- University of Kansas, 2011
Area of Focus: Tectonics, Thermochronology, Sedimentary Geology

Sarah’s research focuses on quantifying the timing, rates, and magnitude of extension in the Southern Snake Range Metamorphic Core Complex, NV using low-temperature thermochronology and geologic mapping. The other portion of her research focuses on quantifying the scale and magnitudes of thermal anomalies associated with salt bodies in sedimentary basins using low-temperature thermochronology.
Sarah Evans
Ph. D. Student
Office: SEB 4250
Phone: (702) 774-1421
gainey@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- St. Cloud State University, 2009
Geology MS- University of Oklahoma, 2011
Area of Focus: Planetary geochemistry

Seth's research focuses on transitions in clay mineral chemistry on Mars. The overall purpose of his research, is to further address martian paleo-environments which may have been suitable for the development and preservation of life.
Seth Gainey
M.S. Student
Office: TEC 110
Phone: (702) 895-1531
gedo@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- University of California, Riverside, 2012
Area of Focus: Vadose zone hydrology

Sara’s research focuses on conducting field and laboratory experiments to understand how surficial processes such as biotic activity and short-term climate effects (i.e., weather) influence water infiltration in soils.
Sara Gedo
M.S Student
Office: TEC 109
Phone: (702) 895-3874
hardyf@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2012 – University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Vertebrate Paleontology
Fabian’s research focuses in using stable isotope geochemistry to study the paleoecology of Pleistocene megafauna. He is particularly focused on Bison latifrons, an extinct species of giant, long-horned bison. His pet project is the reconstruction of a Miocene elephant-like gomphothere from central Nevada.
Fabian Hardy
M.S Student
Office: TEC 106
Phone: (702) 895-4633
ballt1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2012 – Brigham Young University
Area of Focus: Hydrogeology
Taylor’s research seeks to better understand the relative importance of vapor-phase diffusion and density-driven advection in the movement of moist air through desiccated soils.
Taylor Ball
M.S Student
Office: TEC 115
Phone: (702) 895-1132
hessl1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2011 – Idaho State University
Area of Focus: Structural geology/tectonics
Lee’s research focuses on late Cretaceous synconvergent extension and exhumation of mid-crustal rocks in southeast California.
Lee Hess
Ph. D. Student
Office: LFG 202A
Phone: (702) 895-5460
homtong@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2013- University of Colorado at Boulder
Area of Focus: Climate Change, Watershed Hydrology, Hydrogeology, Climatology, Water Resources Management
Homtong's research focuses Climate Change and Anthropogenic Effects (Hydropower Constructions) on Hydrological System in the Lower Mekong Basinon
Nudthawud (Dew) Homtong
Ph. D. Student
Office: TEC 106
Phone: (702) 895-4633
jayakody@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2005 – University of Peradeniya
MS Geology 2010- University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Hydrogeology
Jayakody studies single-phase and two-phase fluid flow in dual-permeability media such as fractured rocks, heap leach piles and engineered capillary barrier systems using laboratory experiments and numerical simulation.
Jeevan Jayakody
Ph. D. Student
Office: TEC 110
Phone: (702) 895-1531
jonesa27@unlv.nevada.edu
Marine Biology BS 2006- University of Oregon, 2006
MS Geology 2013 – Kent State University
Area of Focus: Paleontology
Ann Marie focuses on Miocene basin analysis and community response to climate change.
AnnMarie Jones
M.S Student
Office: TEC 103A
Phone: (702) 895-3120
josepw1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2014 – DePauw University
Area of Focus: Igneous Petrology
William’s research focusses on the petrogenesis of the post-collapse rhyolites of the Long Valley caldera in eastern California. More specifically he is interested in what phenocryst populations reveal about the magmatic plumbing system underlying the caldera during the late Pleistocene.
William Joseph
Ph. D. Student
Office: TEC 124
Phone: (702) 895-4751
karaali@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2004 – Baghdad University
Area of Focus: Petroleum Geology, Sequence Stratigraphy, Salt Tectonics
Uday Kara Ali is currently working for his Ph.D. in geoscience. His program is for six years and fully sponsored by ExxonMobil Company. He is working with Dr. Ganqing on carbonate heterogeneity. His approach is how to find the key for carbonate heterogeneity depending on wireline logs as alternative tool for expensive 3D seismic methods.
Uday Kara Ali
Ph. D. Student
jkoonce@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 1998 – University of California
MS Geology 2004 - University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Soil physics and hydrology
Jeremy’s research focuses on the physics of water movement from saturated and unsaturated soils, into the atmosphere via evaporation and transpiration in arid and semi-arid environments.
Jeremy Koonce
M.S Student
Office: TEC 106
Phone: (702) 895-4633

BS Geology 2012 – University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Remote Sensing and GIS
Originally from Mexico, Erika grew up in Las Vegas and attended UNLV her Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Geology. She is pursuing a Masters degree in Geology with a specialization in Remote Sensing and GIS. Erika's Master’s Thesis research involves thermophysically mapping surface geomorphology and sediment characteristics in arid land surfaces using remotely sensed ground truth data and ASTER and MODIS satellite data with implications for habitat and climate modeling.
Erika Lomeli-Uribe
Ph. D. Student
luoy5@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2011 – North China University of Water Resources
and Electric Power
MS Geology 2013 - University of Kansas
Area of Focus: Hydrology
Yuan Luo’s research focuses mainly on vadose zone hydrology.
Yuan Luo
Ph. D. Student
Office: TEC 122A
Phone: (702) 895-5226
maharjan@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 1999 – Trichandra College
MS Geology 2010 - University of Louisiana
Area of Focus: Early Mississippian Climate
Dev’s current research at UNLV explores Early Mississippian climate using stratigraphic successions of carbonate rocks in the Great Basin of western USA and its temporal variation in stable isotope geochemistry. A positive anomaly in carbon isotopes across the globe during Early Mississippian represents a large change in ocean chemistry and climate. He uses isotopic compositions of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur from carbonate sediments, sedimentary pyrite, organic matter and conodont fossils to understand the major oceanographic changes during Early Mississippian.
Dev Maharjan
M.S Student
Office: TEC 212
Phone: (702) 895-5461
marsac@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2013 – Eastern Michigan University
Area of Focus: Radiation Modeling using Geochemistry
Kara’s research involves modeling radiation surveys using existing geochemical data. To create a model of the gamma radiation coming from the rocks and soil, she attempts to create units of homogeneous background radiation. The goal of this research is to be able to predict background radiation coming from the top 30 cm of rocks and soil, and thus be able to find radiation contamination in the environment, mineral resources, and radiation hazards.
Kara Marsac
M.S Student
Office: TEC 108
Phone: (702) 895-4799
mille559@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2011 - University of Nevada Las Vegas

Andrew Miller
M.S Student
Office: TEC 117
Phone: (702) 895-1133
muhamm1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2010 – Salahaddin University, Hawler, Kurdistan Region, Iraq
Area of Focus: Structural Geology
Mahmud Muhammad’s is currently working on the Basin and Range province (BRP) of western North America that are subdivided into three sub-provinces Northern, Central, and Southern. The boundary between the NBR and CBR is marked by two caldera complexes and left-lateral fault zones, one of which is the Pahranagat shear zone (PSZ).
Mahmud Muhammand
M.S Student
Office: TEC 100
Phone: (702) 895-3118
nessr1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2014 – University of Tennessee
Area of Focus: Petroleum Geology, Sequence Stratigraphy, Salt Tectonics
Richard works on the Salt Thermal Anomalies Project with Dr. Andrew Hanson to constrain how salt formations in the subsurface suppress the geothermal gradient and affect the maturation of hydrocarbon source rocks in the oil window. In addition, he is also researching how suppressed subsurface temperatures in salt basins affect the porosity and permeability of reservoir rocks.
Richard Ness
M.S Student
Office: TEC 124
Phone: (702) 895-4751
newtonm8@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2011 – Western Kentucky University
Area of Focus: Economic Geology
Melanie’s research is based on the North Bullion Carlin System, a Carlin-type gold prospect in northern Nevada. Her main focus was characterization of ore and alteration minerals, development of the mineral paragenesis, and determining the visual and cryptic indicators that vector to higher grade gold mineralization.
Melanie Newton
Ph. D. Student
Office: TEC 109
Phone: (702) 895-3874
parryl1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Biology 2013 – State University of New York
Area of Focus: Quaternary Paleoecology
Lauren’s research focuses on the paleoecology of Columbian mammoths in the southwest during the Late Pleistocene. She is currently testing whether populations of mammoths in this area were resource limited or predator limited, as well as what ecological stresses may have contributed to their extinction.
Lauren Parry
Ph. D. Student
pilesky@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2012 – Rutgers University
BS Geology 2014 – California State University Fullerton
Area of Focus: Carbonate Sedimentology, Paleoceanography,
Isotope Geochemistry
Billy’s research focuses on Late Ordovician-Early Silurian carbonates throughout the Great Basin. Currently, he is reconstructing the sequence and chemostratigraphy of the carbonate platform during this time through bed-by-bed sedimentological and carbon-oxygen isotope analyses. The resulting sequence and chemostratigraphic framework will serve as the basis for interpreting the relationship between glacioeustatic changes and shifts in marine chemistry during this critical time in Earth history. Overall, my research aims to answer questions related to the effects of changes in ocean chemistry on Late Ordovician glaciation, the Hirnantian Isotopic Carbon Excursion (HICE), and the end-Ordovician mass extinction.
William Pilesky
M.S Student
Office: TEC 124
Phone: (702) 895-4751
pricet10@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2013 – University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Structural Geology
Thomas works on analyzing the structural history of the Buckhorn Fault region, Pahranagat Shear Zone, Nevada. His research includes fault/fold analysis, tuff identification, seismic analysis, and Stratigraphy relationship analysis between Paleozoic carbonates, Oligocene-Miocene Tuffs, and Quaternary deposits.
Thomas Price
M.S Student
Office: TEC 115
Phone: (702) 895-1132
rowlan31@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2014 – University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Mineralogy/Geochemistry
Richard’s research focuses in the thermodynamics of rare earth element bearing carbonate minerals and what conditions/environments favor their formation
Richard Rowland
M. S. Student
Office: SEB 4250
Phone: (702) 774-1422
steine18@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2013
Area of Focus: Geochemistry
Michael’s research focuses on the Dissolution of nontronite ranging in activities of water and temperatures relevant to Mars.
Michael Steiner
Michael Strange
Ph. D. Student
Office: TEC 103A
Phone: (702) 895-3120
strange@unlv.nevada.edu
Geology BS- Brigham Young University, 2010
Geology MS- University of Kansas, 2011
Area of Focus: Paleontology

Michael’s research focuses on the study of taphonomic pathways in which Precambrian fossil became preserved.
Michael Strange
M.S. Student
Office: TEC 103
tarara@unlv.nevada.edu
Biology BS- University of Nevada Las Vegas, 2012
Area of Focus: Hydrology

Afan's research focuses on the transmissivity within an aquifer is directly proportional to the aquifer thickness and the measured aquifer conductivity. Accurately simulating transmissivity poses a significant challenge when modeling complex groundwater systems. With complex geology (especially in fractured systems) and multiple hydrogeologic units, transmissivity can vary over several orders of magnitude in relatively short distances.
Afan Tarar
M.S Student
Office: TEC 108
Phone: (702) 895-4799
combsl1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2014 – University of Tennessee
Area of Focus: Planetary petrology
Logan's research focuses on understanding the petrogenesis of the martian enriched lherzolitic shergottite meteorites. The main goals of this research are uncovering their formation conditions and their relation to the intermediate lherzolitic shergottites and other martian meteorites.
Logan Combs
Valentine
M.S Student
Office: TEC 114
Phone: (702) 895-3584
valena6@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – University of California
Area of Focus: High-Temperature Geochemistry
Alexander's research involves investigation of basaltic magma with respect to the origination of the Hawaiian islands. His work includes usage of stable isotope detection from field samples via mass spectrometer as a means to identify crucial geochemical patterns within data.
Alexander J. Valentine
M.S Student
Office: TEC 108
Phone: (702) 895-4799
defelc1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 - Norwich University
Area of Focus: Geochemistry/Igneous petrology
Chris' research looks into the origins of magmatism in Hawaii using non-traditional isotopes and high temperature geochemistry.
Christopher DeFelice
Warren
PhD Student
Office: SEB 4250
Phone: (702)
warrea2@unlv.nevada.edu
MS Geology 2013 - Brigham Young University
BS Geology 2015 - University of Idaho
Area of Focus: Biogeochemistry and Sedimentology
Audrey is interested in the causes of extinction and diversification events and in developing methods to discern these causes.
Audrey Warren
Fisher
M.S Student
Office: TEC 124
Phone: (702) 895-4751
fishet@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – Central Washington University
Area of Focus: Hydrogeology
Teo Fisher
M.S Student
Office: TEC 100
Phone: (702) 895-3118
huanc1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2014 – Purdue University West Lafayette, Indiana
Area of Focus: Sequence Stratigraphy
Hugo's research focuses on isotope geochemistry and sedimentary research.
Chin Chai (Hugo) Huan
M.S Student
Office: TEC 115
Phone: (702) 895-1132
jensez1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – University of Utah
Area of Focus: Invertebrate Paleontology
Zachary A. Jensen
Ali Abd Haleem
Austin
Baker
Ball
Bartlett
Beshears
Bishop
Combs
Crotty

DeFelice

Evans
Gedo
Gentry
Hess
Hertfelder
Homtong

Huan
Jensen
Jones
Joseph
Koonce
Luo
Marsac
Muhammad
Newton
Pilesky
Price
Strange
Christensen
M.S Student
chrisa5@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2014 – Brigham Young University
Area of Focus: Structure
Aaron Christensen
M.S Student
Office: LFG 115
Phone: (702) 895-3299
gentra1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2012 – Weber State University
Area of Focus: Structural geology with a sedimentology component
Amanda’s studies synorogenic basin development associated with emplacement of the Willard-Paris-Meade thrust sheet in northeast Utah, southeast Idaho, and southwest Wyoming during the Early Cretaceous as it relates to the early deformation history of the Sevier orogenic belt and its bearing on whether the Sevier orogen experienced a two-stage or continuous shortening history
Amanda Gentry
Haber
M.S Student
Office: LFG 212
Phone: (702) 895-5461
haberd@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2013 – University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Geochemistry, Terrestrial Radiation
Daniel’s research topic involves modeling terrestrial gamma ray radiation from geology as a means of predicting the results of an aerial gamma ray survey. Aerial gamma ray surveys are conducted for many reasons ranging from national defense to scientific; but in all cases having prior knowledge of the terrestrial background significantly enhances the ability of those conducting the survey to find what they are looking for.
Daniel Haber
M.S Student
Office: TEC 106
Phone: (702) 895-4633
haighg1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2014 – Southern Utah University
Area of Focus: Paleontology
Gordon studies fossil track ways in the Jurassic Aztec Sandstone of southern Nevada. The most common tracks he looks at are from theropods, therapsids, and arthropods. Gordon documents these fossils by using photogrammetry to build 3D models. These models are a permanent digital record that can be used for future study and replication via 3D printing. He is also studying track formation in sand dunes.
Gordon Haight
Haight
Glasscock
M.S Student
Office: TEC 109
Phone: (702) 895-3874
hertfs1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – California State University, Fresno
Area of Focus: Paleontology
Susan's research focuses primarily on taphonomy of Quaternary mammals. For her senior thesis project at Fresno State, She worked with Mid-Irvingtonian age (~780,000-500,000 year old) specimens from the Fairmead Landfill to determine what type of taphonomic processes that they have undergone. The main types of taphonomic processes that she focused on were trampling of bones (mainly by large herbivores), scavenging, weathering, and bone orientation. For her research at UNLV, she plans to work with specimens found at the Tule Springs National Monument and to determine what types of taphonomic modification they have undergone.
Susan Hertfelder

Zachary's research focuses on using trace fossils to interpret the neurological development of early Cambrian invertebrates.
Rowland
M.S Student
Office: TEC 114
Phone: (702) 895-3584
reppartj@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Area of Focus: Mineralogy/Petrology
Justin’s research focuses on the conditions of the shock-induced formation of bridgmanite as well as the mixing volume relations in Ca- and Fe-bearing bridgmanite.
Justin Reppart
M.S Student
Office: SEB 3162
Phone: (702) 895-2636
glasss1@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – University of Missouri-Columbia
Area of Focus: Structural Geology
Sam Glasscock
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Regis
M.S Student
Office: TEC 103B
Phone: (702) 895-1162
regisn2@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – University of Nevada Las Vegas
Area of Focus: High Pressure Rock Deformation, Mineral Physics
Nolan's research involves deforming, analyzing and modeling various Earth materials at high pressure and temperature to help understand the grain-scale mechanism that govern geological processes such as mountain building and mantle convection.
Nolan Regis
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Peck
M.S Student
Office: TEC 107
Phone: (702) 895-3244
pecka@unlv.nevada.edu
BS Geology 2015 – University of Nevada Las Vegas
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