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Fate of subducted slabs & volatile budgets in the deep Earth

Properties of Earth materials at deep Earth conditions using experiments & first principle simulations

Understanding of the water budget in the deep Earth

Paleooceanography & Paleoclimatology Biogeochemistry Isotope Geochemistry Stratigraphy Sedimentary Geochemistry

Stratigragraphy and Sedimentary Geochemistry

Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry

Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

Carbon and Sulfur Cycling

Marine Geology
Micropaleontology

Dr. James F. Tull

Department Chair
Professor
(850) 644-1448

Structural and metamorphic core evolution
Thrust belt evolution
Tectonic modeling of Paleozoic orogenic belts, emphasis on Appalachian and Caledonian mountain systems
Successor basin formation and genesis

Trace element & isotope geochemistry

Evolutionary Paleontology
Paleoecology
Multivariate Data Analysis

Isotopic geochemistry
Geochronology
ESR dosimitry and thermometry

Cosmochemistry
Laser ablation microanalysis
Geochemistry of the platinum group elements
Isotope Systematics