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William T. Anderson, Assistant Professor
Stable isotope geochemistry, biogeochemistry, and paleoclimatology.

Bradford M. Clement, Professor and Chairperson
Paleomagnetism and geomagnetism;
magnetic polarity transitions

Laurel S. Collins, Associate Professor
Micropaleontology, evolution and biogeography of benthic foraminifera

Grenville Draper, Professor and Undergraduate Adviser
Structural geology and tectonics; deformation of low grade rocks; fault and shear zones; Caribbean geology and tectonics

Michael Gross, Associate Professor and Graduate Adviser
Brittle deformation, structural geology, tectonics.

Stephen E. Haggerty, Distinguished Research Professor
Mantle petrology, diamonds

Rosemary Hickey-Vargas, Professor
Geochemistry; convergent margin

Jose F. Longoria, Professor
Regional geology of Mexico,
environmental geology, paleobiology

Andrew Macfarlane, Associate Professor
Economic geology; isotope geochemistry; sources of hydrothermal metals

Florentin Maurrasse, Professor
Biostratigraphy and sedimentology;
radiolaria; Caribbean geology and
regional stratigraphy

Rene M Price, Assistant Professor
Hydrology, low temperature aqueous geochemistry

Surendra Saxena, Professor & Director, Center for Studies of Materials under Extreme Conditions (CeSMEC)

Gautam Sen, Professor and Director, Florida Center for Analytical Electron Microscopy (FCAEM)
Experimental igneous petrology, basaltic magmatism, mantle nodules

Neptune Srimal, Lecturer
Tectonics, petrology, isotope geochemistry

Michael Sukop, Assistant Professor
Ground water and vadose zone hydrology, computer modeling

Dean Whitman, Associate Professor
Geophysics, GIS and remote sensing, seismology.

Hugh Willoughby, Distinguished Research Professor
Meteorology, hurricane dynamics, hurricane structural evolution and intensity change, and hurricane impacts,

Ping Zhu, Assistant Professor
Meteorology, hurricane boundary layer structures, boundary layer clouds, and cloud-climate feedbacks.