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Suzon Jammes

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Senior Lecturer
Ph.D., Université of Strasbourg, Geology/GeoPhysics, 2009
Office: ELA 372
Phone: 512.245. 0377
Email: s_j143@txstate.edu
Vita     HB2504 information
Research Interests: Tectonic, Rheology, deformation processes at lithospheric scale in extension and contraction

Publications:

2016 Jammes, S., and L. L. Lavier, The effect of bimineralic composition on extensional processes at lithospheric scale, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 17, doi:10.1002/2016GC006399.

2015 Jammes, S., L. L. Lavier, and J. E. Reber, Localization and delocalization of deformation in a bimineralic material,J. Geophys. Res. Solid Earth, 120, 3649–3663, doi:10.1002/2015JB011890.

2013 Jammes, S., R.S. Huismans, and J.A. Muñoz, Lateral variation in structural style of mountain building: controls of rheological and rift inheritance. Terra Nova, 2013, doi: 10.1111/ter.12087.

2012 Jammes, S. and R.S. Huismans, Structural styles of mountain building: Controls of lithospheric rheologic stratification and extensional inheritance. J. Geophys. Res., 2012. 117(B10): p. B10403.

2010 Jammes S., G. Manatschal & L. Lavier, Interaction between pre-rift salt and detachment faulting in hyper-extended rift systems: the example of the Parentis and Mauleon basins (Bay of Biscay-Western Pyrenees)
AAPG Bulletin, 94, 7, p. 957–975, doi:10.1306/12090909116.

2010 Jammes S., C. Tiberi & G. Manatschal, 3D architecture of a complexe transcurrent rift system: the example of the Bay of Biscay-Western Pyrenees Tectonophysics, 489, p. 210–226, doi:10.1016/j.tecto..04.023.s.

2010 Jammes S., L. Lavier & G. Manatschal, 2010, Extreme crustal thinning in the Bay of Biscay and the Western Pyrenees: from observation to modelling Geochemistry, Geophysics, and Geosystems (G3), 11, Q10016, doi:10.1029/2010GC003218.

2009 Jammes S., G. Manatschal & L. Lavier, Tectono-sedimentary evolution related to extreme crustal thinning ahead of a propagating ocean: the example of the Western Pyrenees Tectonics, 28, TC4012, doi:10.1029/2008TC002406.


Courses Taught:

Physical geology (Lecture, 3 semester)
Structural Geology (Lecture + Lab 2 semester)
Rock physics (Lab, 1 semester)
Geological field trip (Alpes) (2 semesters)
Petrology (Lab, 3 semesters)
Earth geometry (Lab, 3 semesters)