- ESC1000: Introduction to
Exploring the Geological Sciences
- GLY5246: Geochemistry
research positions are available
1: Exhumation Histories of Korean Peninsula and Eastern
Russia (Sikhote-Alin); using (U-Th)/He and Fission Track
2: Thermal Histories of Martian Meteorites and Planet
Mars; using (U-Th)/He and 40Ar/39Ar
3: Detrital Zircons and Their Sources; using (U-Th)/He
4: Apatite Pb-Pb Thermochronometer using SHRIMP
(Sensitive High Resolution Ion Microprobe)
A few other research
subjects are under development. Please contact
Kyle Min if you are interested in such
opportunities. Most of the facilities needed for
these research are available at UF.
Antonios, Albert, Annette, Arkin
and Kyle at the UF REITZ Union (from left to right; summer 2011).
Sam, Jingnan, Ragiv and Chong at the REITZ Union (from left to right; July 2012,
celebrating hard work during the summer!)
near the "new rock" in front of the Geology Building
Ryan, Kyle, Lindsay, Diego, Angel and Wenyuan at the new
"Outcrop of Honor" in the Geology Building (from left to right; summer 2013). Yes, we worked hard on
(U-Th)/He dating over the hot summer!
with all members (after a coffee break at the REITZ Union).
Mike, Ryan, Angel, Hui, and Lina at "Copper Monkey" (from left to right; spring 2016,
farewell party for Hui). It was fun to talk about thermochronology with you guys during the semester!
Manuela, Kyle, Ying and Yao at "Gator Suyaki" (from left to right;
fall 2016). Hope Ying learned a lot about (U-Th)/He dating during his
short visit. Manuela and Yao sure did during their extended stay
in my lab. The food there was so delicious, yes, it was pig gut!