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Jimmy F. Diehl
Emeritus Professor of Geophysics
Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences
Michigan Technological University
1400 Townsend Drive
Houghton, Michigan 49931-1295
Office: (906) 487-2665
Home: (906) 482-1654
Fax: (906) 487-3371
- American Geophysical Union: AGU
- Geological Society of America: GSA
- National Center for Science Education: NCSE
Honors and Awards:
- WWU Distinguished Alumni Award, 2003
- MTU Academy of Teaching Excellence, 1998
- MTU Distinguished Teaching Award, 1995
- Associate Editor, Journal Geophysical Research, Solid Earth, 1994-97
- Syllabus for GE 3040 - Fundamentals of Applied and Environmental Geophysics
- Syllabus for GE 4550 - Gravity and Magnetic Interpretation Methods
- North American Apparent Polar Wander (APW) during the Late Cretaceous/Early Tertiary into the mid-Tertiary.
- Keweenawan paleomagnetism: tectonic and geomagnetic field implications.
- Paleosecular variation as recorded in Plio-Pleistocene volcanic rocks from low and high latitudes.
- Environmental magnetism and climate records from cave sediments from Moravian Karst, Czech Republic.
- Magnetic properties of Lake Superior sediments.
- Application of seismic refraction, resistivity, and gravity methods to ground water exploration and geological engineering problems.
- Research publications