The primary mission of the Department of Geology is teaching of the highest quality at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The Department, through its various programs, continually strives to provide students with the following: 1) The knowledge and skills necessary for life-long learning. 2) An understanding of the geological aspects of the world in which we live. 3) The ability to comprehend geological science and its benefits to our culture and future generations.

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Submissions from 2016

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Geology of the Northern Llano Uplift, Junction to Llano, Texas, R. LaRell Nielson and Chris Barker

Submissions from 2013

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Geology of the Western Llano Uplift, Fredericksburg to Mason, Texas, R. LaRell Nielson and Chris Barker

Delineation and Classification of Karst Depressions Using LiDAR: Fort Hood Military Installation, Texas, Melinda G. Shaw-Faulkner, Kevin W. Stafford, and Aaron W. Bryant

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Caves and Karst Hydrology of the Mariana Islands (Abstract), Kevin W. Stafford

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Evaporite Karst and Hydrogeology of the Castile Formation: Culberson County, Texas and Eddy County, New Mexico, Kevin W. Stafford

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Clastic Sinkhole and Pseudokarst Development in East Texas, Kevin W. Stafford, Melinda G. Shaw-Faulkner, and Wesley A. Brown

Submissions from 2011

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A Comparative Integrated Geophysical Study of Horseshoe Chimney Cave, Colorado Bend State Park, Texas, Wesley A. Brown, Kevin W. Stafford, and Melinda G. Shaw-Faulkner

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Surface Denudation of the Gypsum Plain, West Texas and Southeastern New Mexico, Melinda G. Shaw-Faulkner, Kevin W. Stafford, and B. P. Tate

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Spring Hydrology of Colorado Bend State Park, Central Texas, Kevin W. Stafford, Melinda G. Shaw-Faulkner, and Jessica L. DeLeon

Submissions from 2009

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The Pecos River Hypogene Speleogenetic Province: a Basin-Scale Karst Paradigm for Eastern New Mexico and West Texas, USA, Kevin W. Stafford, Alexander Klimchouk, Lewis Land, and Marcus O. Gary

Submissions from 2008

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Hypogene speleogenesis within the Central Basin Platform: Karst Porosity in the Yates Field, Pecos County, Texas, U.S.A., Kevin W. Stafford, Fred H. Behnken, and Jesse G. White

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Hypogenic Speleogenesis within Seven Rivers Evaporites: Coffee Cave, Eddy County, New Mexico, Kevin W. Stafford, Lewis Land, and Alexander Klimchouk

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Epigene and Hypogene Karst Manifestations of the Castile Formation: Eddy County, New Mexico and Culberson County, Texas, USA, Kevin W. Stafford, Raymond Nance, Laura Rosales-Lagarde, and Penelope J. Boston

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Castile Evaporite Karst Potential Map of the Gypsum Plain, Eddy County, New Mexico and Culberson County, Texas: A GIS Methodological Comparison, Kevin W. Stafford, Laura Rosales-Lagarde, and Penelope J. Boston

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Hypogene Calcitization: Evaporite Diagenesis in the Western Delaware Basin, Kevin W. Stafford, Dana Ulmer-Scholle, and Laura Rosales-Lagarde