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Dr. Vince Cronin


Cronin

Web page: http://CroninProjects.org/Vince/

Professor

• Structural Geology

• Neotectonics/Paleoseismology

• Plate Kinematics

• Engineering Geology

• GeoEthics

Co-Chair, US Section, International Association for Promoting Geoethics (www.iapg.geoethics.org)

Editor, AGI/NAGT Laboratory Manual in Physical Geology (starting with 11th edition)

Education

Ph.D., Geology (Tectonophysics), Texas A&M University, 1988

A.M., Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, 1983

B.A., Geology, Pomona College, 1979

Teaching

Dr. Cronin teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in structural geology, as well as an introductory course in physical geology.

Research Interests

Dr. Cronin's research includes identification of potentially active faults, structural lineament analyses, plate kinematics, earthquake relocation analyses, and work on applied professional and scientific ethics in the geosciences. At Baylor, he is working primarily on the recognition and characterization of active faults.

Publications

A current list of Vince Cronin's publications is available via http://CroninProjects.org/Vince/Credentials.html

Graduate Students

Information about Dr. Cronin's current or past graduate students at Baylor is accessible via CroninProjects.org/Vince/CroninStudents/Current-Past.html.

People who might be interested in pursuing graduate work under Dr. Cronin should review the information at CroninProjects.org/Vince/CroninStudents/Prospective.html.