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Emeritus Faculty

  • Tim Carr

    MARSHALL MILLER PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

    Tim is a geologist working to develop the energy resources that the people of the world require over the coming century, while protecting the environment. His current study areas concern unconventional resources and CO2 storage and utilization in North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

  • Greg Elmes

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY

    Greg’s research interests continue to be in the development of geographical information science (GISci), Crime Geography, the integration of geographical information systems (GIS) with spatial modeling, and their application in the interpretation and understanding of human problems.

  • Trevor Harris

    EBERLY DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY

    Geographic Information Science, GIS and Society, Critical GIS, Participatory GIS, Humanities GIS, Spatial Humanities, Virtual GIS, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis, GIS and Archaeology, Environmental Impact Assessment.

  • Ken Martis

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY

    Geography of Elections. The geographical aspects of American political culture. Legislative redistricting and gerrymandering.

  • Bob Behling

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

    rbehling@wvu.edu

  • Alan Donaldson

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

    adonaldson@wvu.edu


  • Joe Donovan

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

    Quantitative hydrogeology. Mining hydrogeology. Groundwater-lake interaction. Holocene paleoclimate.

  • Thomas Kammer

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

    Dr. Kammer specializes in paleontology and paleoecology of Paleozoic marine fossils, especially crinoids, plus stratigraphy of the Mississippian Period.

  • Steven Kite

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY

    Quaternary Stratigraphy; Fluvial and Glacial Geomorphology; Geoarcheology; Surficial Geology Mapping; Floods; Landslides; Debris Flows; Colluvium; Stream Restoration, Reclamation Geomorphology, Surficial Geology and Geomorphology of the Appalachians and the Ohio River Basin.

  • Helen Lang

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

  • Henry Rauch

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

    Henry Rauch specialized in hydrogeology and karst geology. He also researched the environmental impacts of carbon dioxide sequestration on groundwater and soil

  • Robert Shumaker

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

  • Richard Smosna

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

  • Thomas Wilson

    EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY

    tom.wilson@mail.wvu.edu

    Dr. Wilson specializes in reservoir characterization, property modeling and fracture model development, carbon sequestration, Marcellus Shale stimulation and microseismic responses.