Stanley Mertzman

Professor of Geosciences, Franklin & Marshall College

Ph.D. 1972, Case-Western Reserve University
M.S. 1970, Case-Western Reserve University
B.S. 1967, University of Dayton

Research includes the study of volcanoes in the western United States and applications of analytical geochemistry to a wide variety of geologic problems. Current projects include study of the eruptive and petrogenetic histories of volcanoes in that part of Oregon which stretches south from Crater Lake NP to Mount Shasta in northern California as well as volcanoes in south central Colorado. Also working with Dr. Dick Morris of NASA-Houston, helping to better calibrate the spectrometers on-board the Mars Pathfinder space vehicle. Lastly, working with Dr. Ching-Ying Lan of the Institute for Earth Sciences at the Academica Sinica in Taiwan on the origin of granitic rocks in southeast Asia, particularly in northern Vietnam and southeastern China.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor of Geosciences, Franklin & Marshall College