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Abstract The Geology Department graduate student records are comprised of twenty-five boxes. The material dates from 1936 to 1989. The records are arranged alphabetically by the student's surname and chronologically within each folder. The files consist mainly of the following: graduate school applications, transcripts, grade reports, and recommendations. Some files may contain correspondence, letters of acceptance, test booklets, or dissertation topic outlines.
Abstract The National Aeronautics and Space Administration Research Grant was a six year project to study the application of statistical techniques to remotely-sensed data for the purposes of lunar mapping. Using statistical analysis, Northwestern geologists profiled the composition, physical properties, and surface configurations of selected test sites in Michigan and California. This series consists of an incomplete run of periodically-issued status and special subject reports as well as a copy of the...
Abstract This series, comprising three boxes, includes a small variety of master's theses and doctoral dissertations written by graduate students in the Department of Geological Sciences. These theses and dissertations span the years from 1960 to 1973. The series does not form a complete record of graduate work sponsored by the Department during these years. Rather, these theses and dissertations mainly represent some of the work sponsored by E.H. Timothy Whitten, professor in the Department.
Abstract This collection contains field notebooks, cross section books, and catalogues of minerals, composed by professors, instructors, and students of Northwestern University's Geology Department between 1881 and 1953.
Abstract Geologist E.H. Timothy Whitten's research interests included the origin and variability of granite as well as analysis of geological materials.The E.H. Timothy Whitten Papers, comprising two boxes, span the years from 1956 to 1981. The papers, including biographical materials, general correspondence, and course, research projects, and publications files, are scattered and provide only thin documentation of Whitten's personal life and academic career. Whitten's research projects files comprise...
Abstract Robert M. Garrels joined the Northwestern University faculty as an instructor in geology in 1941. In 1944 he became an assistant professor, and in 1949 an associate professor in 1949. After interruptions for work with the U.S. Geological Survey and at other universities, he returned to Northwestern as professor in 1974, retiring in 1980. His papers fill twenty-one boxes, spanning the period 1938 to 1988, are arranged into four principal categories: correspondence, teaching files, research...
Abstract The Edward C. Dapples Papers, filling three boxes, span the years 1938 to 1980 and cover his career as a geologist, consultant and university professor. The papers include biographical materials, correspondence, publications files, and research and subject files. Included in the subject files are drawings, booklets, a few letters, graphs, maps, diagrams, and bibliographies on various geological subjects from the period 1940-1976.
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Abstract The Papers of stratigraphic and petroleum geologist Laurence L. Sloss, who taught at Northwestern University from 1947-1981, consist of correspondence, publications, fieldwork (notes and maps), publications, and photographs.
Overview The records of the Department of Geology include departmental correspondence files, subject files, and grant and research proposal files.
Abstract Structural geologist and geophysicist Robert C. Speed (1933-2003) taught at Northwestern University from 1966 to 2002. His work focused on tectonics, structural geology, and active continental margins, mostly in Nevada, Barbados, and across the Caribbean. These papers document Speed's research, fieldwork, publications, and teaching life.