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Faculty

Nancye DawersNancye H. Dawers
Associate Professor

Ken and Ruth Arnold Early Career Endowed Professor in Earth and Ecological Science, 2006-2008

Phone: 504-862-3200
Fax: 504-865-5199
Email: ndawers@tulane.edu

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Room 202 Blessey Hall
New Orleans, LA 70118

Further Interests and Information
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Education

Ph.D., Columbia University, 1997
M.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1987
B.S., University of Kentucky, 1984

Research Interests

Fault growth and interaction; Scaling in fault populations
Neotectonics and landscape evolution
Structural geology and syn-tectonic stratigraphy using 3-D seismic data

Selected Publications

Densmore, A.L., Dawers, N.H., Gupta, S., and Guidon, R. , 2005, What sets topographic relief in extensional footwalls?, Geology, 33, 453-456.

Dawers, N.H., and Underhill, J.R., 2000, The role of fault interaction and linkage in controlling syn-rift stratigraphic sequences: Late Jurassic, Statfjord East area, northern North Sea, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 84, 45-64.

McLeod, A.E., Dawers, N.H., and Underhill, J.R., 2000, The propagation and linkage of normal faults: Insights from the Strathspey-Brent-Statfjord fault array, northern North Sea, Basin Research, 12, 263-284.

Dawers, N.H., Berge, A.M., Hager, K.-O., Puigdefabregas, C., and Underhill, J.R., 1999, Controls on Late Jurassic, subtle sand distribution in the Tampen area, northern North Sea, In: Fleet, A. J., and Boldy, S.A.R., eds., Petroleum Geology of NW Europe: Proceedings of the 5th Conference, The Geological Society, London, v. 2, 827-838.

Gupta, S., Cowie, P.A., Dawers, N.H., and Underhill, J.R., 1998. A mechanism to explain rift basin subsidence and stratigraphic patterns through fault array evolution, Geology, 26, 595-598.

Dawers, N.H., and Anders, M.H., 1995, Displacement-length scaling and fault linkage, Journal of Structural Geology, 17, 607-614.

Dawers, N.H., Anders, M.H., and Scholz, C.H., 1993, Growth of normal faults: Displacement-length scaling, Geology, 21, 1107-1110.

Courses Taught

EENS 1110 – Physical Geology
EENS 3410 – Structural Geology
EENS 4320 – Subsurface Geology
EENS 6070 – Seminar on Fault Growth & Interaction
EENS 6070 – Neotectonics of the San Andreas Margin
EENS 6060 – Tectonic Geomorphology (co-taught with Gasparini)
EENS 6320 – Subsurface Geology
EENS 6410 – Structural Geology
EENS 7100 – Tectonics Seminar

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