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John E. Mylroie

Member, Department of Geosciences

Mississippi State University

HQ Phone:  (662) 325-7000

Email: m***@***.edu

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Mississippi State University

245 Barr Ave Mcrthur Hl Mcrthur Hall

Mississippi State, Mississippi,39762

United States

Company Description

The National Science Foundation ranks Mississippi State among the nation's top 100 research universities. MSU's research expenditures totaled $210 million in 2014, accounting for more than half of the total $410 million in research and development expenditures... more

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Background Information

Employment History

On-Campus GRADUATE STUDENT Coordinator

WEATHER SYMBOLOGY


Affiliations

Wilson Scholarship Committee

Committee


P. O. Box 5448

Search Committee Chair, Department of Geosciences


Education

BSc degree

Biology

Syracuse University


PhD

geology

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


Web References(62 Total References)


Recent Projects - John Jenson - Faculty - Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific

www.weriguam.org [cached]

This was a collaborative field project initiated by Dr. Jenson of WERI and Dr. John Mylroie of the Department of Geosciences at Mississippi State University, with laboratory support by Dr. Jay Banner of the Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas-Austin.


KWI Board of Directors

www.karstwaters.org [cached]

Dr. John Mylroie
Dept. of Geosciences John Mylroie is and has been a member of the Board of Directors of KWI since its inception. He has served as the Founding President, Secretary and Treasurer. He has a BSc degree in Biology from Syracuse University and a PhD in geology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He has been awarded both the Science Award and the Honorary Member award by the National Speleological Society in recognition of his work in island and coastal karst. His interest in karst and paleoclimatology has taken him to glaciated karst in New York, Great Britain, and Norway, and to island karst in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans as well as the Caribbean and Adriatic Seas. He has helped create the carbonate depositional model for the Bahamian Archipelago, and has used his island karst model to assist water resources management in islands such as Guam and to provide reservoir models for the petroleum industry. He has helped organize KWI Symposia in paleokarst (Bahamas 1995), paleoclimatology (Norway 1996), karst in young limestones (Florida 2002) and karst as reservoirs (South Dakota 2008) to help advance the mission of the KWI. He chairs the Wilson Scholarship Committee, which awards funds annually to the top MSc student doing physical karst science at a US institution. John is Professor of Geology in and a former chair of the Department of Geosciences at Mississippi State University.


KWI Officers

www.karstwaters.org [cached]

Dr. John Mylroie
Department of Geosciences


Eleuthera :: The Cow and The Bull

www.eleuthera-map.com [cached]

However, the principal creator of these ideas is Dr. John Mylroie (Mississippi State University) and by Dr. James Carew (University of Charleston).


www.mcall.com

Mississippi State University's John Mylroie, who has also conducted extensive research in the Bahamas, previously published the idea that Cow and Bull are remnant towers whose surrounding rock has eroded (an idea that Kindler and Hearty both reject).
Mylroie is also skeptical of the storm interpretation. "The boulders on Eleuthera, if the result of wave-water action, represent a very narrow footprint that apparently occurred only once, which is not what you would expect for an increase in number of storms or storm intensities," Mylroie says.


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