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Robert M. Reed
102 W. 38th St. #203
Austin, TX 78705
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Web: http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~rmr/


Education:


Current Research


Work Experience:

Research Positions, UTDOGS, UT Center for Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, U.T. Bureau of Economic Geology, Fall 1995 to present

Various projects involved in looking at the use of microfractures in sandstones to predict the density, distribution, and transmissivity of macrofractures in the same rocks. Supervisors: Steve Laubach, Jon Olson and Randall Marrett.

Teaching Assistant, UTDOGS, 1990-1995 and summers, 1996 & 1997

Teaching Assistant one or more times for the following courses, Introductory Geology, Earth Materials (Mineralogy), Sedimentary and Metamorphic Petrology, Introduction to Field Methods (majors), Introduction to Field Methods (non-majors), Structural Geology, and the graduate courses Thermodynamics, and Structural Petrology.



Awards:




Memberships:

Geological Society of America
Society for Luminescence Microscopy and Spectroscopy
Society for Sedimentary Geology

Abstracts


Contributions to Field Trip Guides

Barker, Daniel S. , Muehlberger, William R., and Reed, Robert M. (1996) Stop 12; Coarse-grained granite at Wirtz dam. in Guide to the Precambrian Geology of the eastern Llano uplift: Geological Society of America, 30th Annual South-central section meeting Guidebook, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, p. 33-40

Reed, Robert M. (1996) Stop 10; Wolf Mountain Intrusion. in Guide to the Precambrian Geology of the eastern Llano uplift: Geological Society of America, 30th Annual South-central section meeting Guidebook, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, p. 25-30.

Reed, Robert M. (1996) Optional Stop; the Midway granite sill. in Guide to the Precambrian Geology of the eastern Llano uplift: Geological Society of America, 30th Annual South-central section meeting Guidebook, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, p. 31-33.

Robinson, Peter, Tucker, R.D., Gromet, L.P., Ashenden, D.D., Williams, M.L., Reed, Robert M., and Peterson, V.L. (1992) The Pelham dome, central Massachusetts: Stratigraphy , geochronology, and Acadian and Pennsylvanian structure and metamorphism. in Robinson, Peter and Brady, J.B., eds. Guidebook for field trips in the Connecticut Valley Region of Massachusetts and adjacent states, 84th Annual Meeting of the New England Intercollegiate Geological Conference, Amherst, Massachusetts, p. 132-169.


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