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John E. Mylroie

Member, Department of Geosciences

Mississippi State University

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Mississippi State University

501 Hardy Road 235 Walker Engineering Bldg.

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

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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.


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

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For more than a decade, Dr. Jenson has collaborated with Dr. John Mylroie of Mississippi State University to extend and apply the Carbonate Island Karst Model to the region's tectonically active limestone-capped islands: Guam, Saipan, Tinian, and Rota in the Mariana Islands, and finally to Fais, the one raised limestone island in the Caroline Islands.


Eleuthera :: The Cow and The Bull

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


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Dr. John Mylroie
Department of Geosciences


Groundwater Research - Ground Water and Aquifers - Programs - Water and Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific

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Impressed that the most relevant extant work was that by Mylroie and Carew (1995) on the karst of the low-lying, tectonically stable islands of the Caribbean and Western Atlantic, Dr. Jenson approached Dr. John Mylroie, of Mississippi State University, Department of Geosciences, in 1997 about undertaking a collaborative study of the more complicated uplifted and tectonically active islands of the Mariana Islands.
Impressed that the most relevant extant work was that by Mylroie and Carew (1995) on the karst of the low-lying, tectonically stable islands of the Caribbean and Western Atlantic, Dr. Jenson approached Dr. John Mylroie, of Mississippi State University, Department of Geosciences, in 1997 about undertaking a collaborative study of the more complicated uplifted and tectonically active islands of the Mariana Islands. Beginning on Guam in 1998 (Mylroie et al., 2001), Dr. Jenson, Dr. Mylroie, their associates, and students conducted intensive investigations to document the coastal and interior karst features of Mariana Islands, conducting successive studies of Saipan (Wexel, 2007), Tinian and Aguijan (Stafford et al., 2004a; Stafford et al., 2003; Stafford et al., 2004b; Stafford et al., 2005), and Rota (Keel et al., 2004, 2005a; Keel et al., 2005b). From their combined work of 1998-2005, they have developed the Carbonate Island Karst Model or CIKM (Jenson et al., 2006; Mylroie and Jenson, 2000). Jenson, J. W., T. M. Keel, J. R. Mylroie, J. E. Mylroie, K. W. Stafford, D. Taborosi, and C. Wexel, 2006, Karst of the Mariana Islands: The interaction of tectonics, glacio-eustasy, fresh-water/salt-water mixing in island carbonates: Geological Society of America Special Paper, v. 404, p. 129-138. Keel, T. M., J. E. Mylroie, J. R. Mylroie, and J. W. Jenson, 2005b, The cave and karst of Rota Island, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: Journal of Cave and Karst Science, v. 67, p. 187. Mylroie, J. E., and J. L. Carew, 1995, Karst development on carbonate islands, in D. A. Budd, P. M. Harris, and A. Saller, eds., Unconformities and Porosity in Carbonate Strata, v. Memior 63, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, p. 55-76. Mylroie, J. E., and J. W. Jenson, 2000, The Carbonate Island Karst Model applied to Guam: Theoretical and Applied Karstology, v. 13-14, p. 51-56. Mylroie, J. E., J. W. Jenson, D. Taborosi, J. M. U. Jocson, D. T. Vann, and C. Wexel, 2001, Karst features on Guam in terms of a general model of carbonate island karst: Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, v. 63, p. 9-22. Stafford, K. W., T. M. Keel, J. E. Mylroie, J. W. Jenson, and J. R. Mylroie, 2003, Eogenetic karst development in the Mariana Islands: Aguijan, Rota, and Tinian: Journal of cave and Karst Studies, v. 65, p. 188. Stafford, K. W., J. E. Mylroie, D. Taboroši, J. W. Jenson, and J. R. Mylroie, 2005, Karst development on Tinian, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: Controls on dissolution in relation to the carbonate island karst model: Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, v. 67, p. 14-27.


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