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Calvin G. Barnes

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Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

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About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

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Goelogy can rock your world! - The Lubbock Gem & Mineral Society. Lubbock, Texas

www.lubbockgemandmineral.org [cached]

Follow the link for an article about Goelogy and Dr. Cal Barnes, a professor of geology in the Texas Tech University Department of Geosciences.


Job Detail

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These documents should be uploaded to the employment website and we request that copies by emailed or sent directly to: Dr. Calvin Barnes, Pevehouse Chair Search Committee, Department of Geosciences, Texas Tech University, MS 1053, Lubbock, TX 79409-1053.
E-mail questions regarding the position are received at cal.barnes@ttu.edu. Review of applicants will begin January 1 and continue until the position is filled. Texas Tech University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer, committed to excellence through diversity. Texas Tech welcomes applications from minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities. Contact Information Name: Dr. Calvin G. Barnes Address: Pevehouse Chair Search Committee, Department of Geosciences, Texas Tech University, MS 1053, Lubbock, TX 79409-1053 Phone: (806)742-3102


Geological Society of America - Cordilleran Section Officers

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Calvin G. Barnes
Texas Tech University Science Building, Room 125 MS 1053 Lubbock, TX 79409-1053, USA +1-806-742-3106


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Dr C.M. Allen collaborated with Dr C.G. Barnes ( Texas Tech University ) and Dr C. Frost (U of Wyoming) on geochronology of central western Norway .


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This discovery overturns a longtime belief by geologists, who thought that carbon dioxide was incapable of dissolving in magma, said Calvin Barnes, professor of geosciences and lead investigator.Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, Barnes, Aaron Yoshinobu, associate professor of geosciences, and doctoral student Yujia Li, discovered that carbon dioxide is released when magma interacts with rocks such as limestone and marble.Because searing hot temperatures prevent scientists from observing these reactions directly, Barnes studied samples from the ancient Caledonian fold belt in Norway - Scandinavia's equivalent of the Appalachian Mountains of North America.Erosion has exposed the layers of magma that solidified within earth's crust when the Caledonian fold belt was formed, Barnes said.Through chemical analysis, he and Li confirmed that carbon dioxide not only is released when magma encounters calcium carbonated-based rocks, but also that a great deal of calcium dissolves in the magma and equal amounts of carbon dioxide are released."It's useful because a volcanic eruption gives you a snapshot of what is happening beneath Earth's surface," Barnes said.CONTACT: Calvin Barnes, professor, Department of Geosciences, Texas Tech University, (806) 742-3106, or cal.barnes@ttu.edu.


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