Graduate students supervised by Professor T.M. Harrison at the University at Albany

Be K.  1983 MSc 
Geological and thermal aspects of the southern San Joaquin Basin, California: application of the 40Ar/39Ar stepwise heating technique to detrital microclines

Cushing G.W.   1984 MSc 
The tectonic evolution of the eastern Yukon Tanana Upland, Alaska

Baldwin S.   1984 MSc (shared supervision with K.C. Burke)
Fission track dating of detrital zircons from the Scotland Sandstones, Barbados, West Indies

Mahon K.   1985 MSc
A numerical approach for determining the variable ascent velocity of a granitoid diapir

Baldwin, S. 1988 PhD 
Thermochronology of a subduction complex in western Baja California

Foster, D.A. 1989 PhD 
Mesozoic and Cenozoic thermal history of the eastern Mojave Desert, California and western Arizona, with emphasis on the Old Woman Mountains area and the Chemehuevi Metamorphic Core Complex

Wang, P. 1989 PhD 
Progressive metamorphism of pelitic schists from the Tri-State, MA, CT and NY, area: a field and theoretical analysis of Garnet + Chlorite + Chloritoid + Biotite assemblages

Copeland, P. 1990 PhD (shared supervision with W.S.F. Kidd)
Cenozoic Tectonic History of the southern Tibetan Plateau and eastern Himalaya: Evidence from 40Ar/39Ar Dating

Spell, T.L. 1991 PhD (shared supervision with S.E. DeLong)
The application of microanalytical techniques in isotope geochemistry: 1. Single crystal 40Ar/39Ar dating of rhyolites in the Jemez Volcanic Field, New Mexico, with implications for evolution of the magma system. 2. Towards development of a Laser Microprobe Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometer for isotopic analysis of geologic samples

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