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Glenn Minuth

Instructor In Geography and Geology for 10 Years

Cochise College

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Cochise College

4190 West Highway 80

Douglas, Arizona,85607

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Instructor In Geography, Geology, Physical Science and Biology In the Life and Physical Science Department

American River College


Instructor

Centre for Lifelong Learning


Affiliations

Huachuca Astronomy Club

Member


National Ski Patrol

Member


Education

credit and non-credit programs

Cochise College


geology and geography credit

Cochise College


bachelors Degree

geography


graduate degree

geography


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Glenn Minuth
Glenn Minuth is a Department of Army civilian employed as division chief/technical integrator (project manager) for the Network Enterprise Technology Command at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. His bachelor's and graduate degrees are in geography with specialties in cartography, geomorphology, remote sensing, and geology. Others areas of academic focus were biogeography (flora/fauna), weather/climate, and pedology (soils). His research focused in the area of geomorphology and geology examining mound micro-relief (Mima-type mounds) on volcanic mudflows in the central Sierra Nevada foothills, California. Glenn taught geography and geology in the Life and Physical Science Department of American River College, Sacramento, California for 7 years. He was an instructor in geography and geology for 10 years at Cochise College in both credit and non-credit programs.


HAC Speakers: Glenn Minuth

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Glenn Minuth
HAC Speakers: Glenn Minuth Glenn Minuth Bio: Glenn Minuth is a Department of Army Civilian employed at Fort Huachuca as a technical integrator for the Network Enterprise Technology Command. During the past 26 years, his civil service assignments have been as a: cartographer for the Defense Mapping Agency Aerospace and Hydro-Topographic Centers, instructor of acquisition law and project management in the National Defense University, and US Air Force information management specialist. His bachelors and graduate degrees are in geography with concentrations in cartography, geomorphology, remote sensing, and geology. Others areas of academic focus were biogeography (flora/fauna), weather/climate, and pedology (soils). His graduate research focused in the area of geomorphology and geology examining mound micro-relief (Mima-type mounds) on volcanic mudflows in the central Sierra Nevada foothills, California. Glenn was an instructor in geography, geology, physical science, and biology in the Life and Physical Science Department of American River College , Sacramento for seven years. He was an instructor in geography and geology for 10 years at Cochise College for credit and non-credit programs. He now leads field trips and lectures for the City of Sierra Vista Parks and Recreation Department in the areas of--military history, ecology, weather/climate, geography, and geology. He enjoys canoeing, snowshoeing, downhill skiing as a member of the National Ski Patrol for 38 years performing winter mountain rescue work and is a proficiency instructor in the areas of outdoor emergency care, avalanche rescue, and toboggan handling. His local academic interests in the greater southeastern Arizona area involve geology (ancient (fossilized) coral reefs, metamorphic core complexes, industrial copper mining, speleology (cave study), volcanic terrains); regional agriculture; forest fire ecology; sky island biogeography; monsoon season dynamics; and military history (such as the Apache Campaign). Glenn Minuth speaks at the April 18, 2008 meeting of the Huachuca Astronomy Club.


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Glenn Minuth, a part-time instructor at the Center for Life Long Learning at Cochise College, demonstrates a "blow-out" on a small scale.
Using the match sticks as trees, Minuth explains a new behavior which was demonstrated by the Monument Fire last month. Minuth explains "blow-outs" in the canyons during the fire. (Beatrice Richardson • Herald/Review) By Glenn Minuth Glenn Minuth is a geomorphologist/geographer/cartographer by training and a part-time instructor in the Center for Life Long Learning, Cochise College who offers fire ecology, geology, ecology, climate and meteorological lectures and field trips in the local mountains as well as for regional nature conferences. EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series, the second article to be published Sunday, July 24, offering insight into the factors that contributed to the development and growth of The Monument Fire. The series was written by Glenn Minuth, an instructor at the Center for Life Long Learning at Cochise College.


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Glenn Minuth is a Department of Army Civilian employed at Fort Huachuca as a technical integrator for the Network Enterpirse Technology Command.
Over the past 25 years, his past civil service postions have been as a cartographer (Defense Mapping Agency), acquistion laws and project management instructor (National Defense University) and information management specialist assigned to Washington, D.C., Seattle, and St. Louis. His bachelors and graduate degrees are in geography with a specialty in cartography, geomorphology and geology. His other focus areas of study were in flora/fauna geography, weather and climate, and soils. His research was in the area of geomorphology studing mound microrelief (Mima-type mounds) in California. He was an instructor for 10 years at Cochise College in geology and geography credit and non-credit progams. He now leads field trips and lectures for the City of Sierra Vista, Parks and Leisure Department in the areas of--military history, ecology, geography, and geology. He enjoys canoeing, hiking, snowshoeing, downhill skiing and been a member of the National Ski Patrol for 36 years performing winter moutain rescue work and instructing in the areas of outdoor emergency care, avalanche rescue, and toboggan handling.


Huachuca Astronomy Club Slate of Nominees 2008

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