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Evan Scannapieco
Professor

Scannapieco is an astrophysicist whose research is focused on achieving a better understanding of the feedback processes in galaxy formation and the evolution of the elements across cosmic time.

Steven Semken
Professor

Steven Semken is an ethnogeologist and geoscience education researcher whose work integrates geology, geography, ethnography, and pedagogy to explore influences of place and culture on geoscience learning and inquiry.

480-965-7965
Bateman Physical Sciences F-Wing 550 E Tyler Mall, Room F528
Thomas Sharp
Professor

Sharp teaches mineralogy, mineral physics and field geology. His research interests include impacts and shock metamorphism in meteorites, high-pressure minerals and phase transformations in Earth's mantle.

480-965-3071
PS F534
Everett Shock
Professor

Shock has appointments in the School of Molecular Sciences and School of Earth and Space Exploration and is director of the W. M. Keck Foundation Laboratory for Environmental Biogeochemistry at ASU.

480-965-0631
PSC -C306A PHYSICAL SCIENCE CENTER
Francis Timmes
Professor

Frank Timmes is an astrophysicist in interested in stars, chemical evolution, astrobiology, gamma-ray astronomy, and community driven software instruments. http://cococubed.asu.edu

480-965-4274
Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration
Professor

James Tyburczy is a mineral physicist studying the physical and chemical properties of minerals, melts, and rocks. He also studies environmental geophysics, effects of shock and implications for early planetary evolution.

480-965-2637
PS F514
Enrique Vivoni
Professor

Vivoni is a hydrologist who focuses on interactions with climate, ecosystems and landscapes in arid and semiarid regions.

480-727-7357
ISTB4 769
Meenakshi Wadhwa
Professor

Wadhwa is an isotope cosmochemist interested in the time scales and processes involved in the formation and evolution of the Solar System.

480-965-0796
PSF 628
Kelin Whipple
Professor

Kelin Whipple is a geomorphologist interested in the interactions among climate, topography, and tectonics. His research integrates field, experimental, remote sensing, and numerical approaches.

480-965-9508
ISTB4 777
Stanley Williams
Professor
480-965-1438
PS F634

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