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Sedimentary Geology at USU

USU Geology

Department

Utah State

University

 

W. David Liddell

Department Head
and

Professor


Department of Geology
Utah State University
Logan, Utah 84322-4505
dave.liddell@usu.edu
435.797.1261

 

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Meet my namesake – Zacanthoides liddelli.  See “Prehistoric Aggie” link for more details

 

 

I am a Professor of Geology at Utah State University. My research interests include sedimentology, paleoecology and marine ecology. To access current course information, or to learn more about me, my research or the Geology Department at Utah State University, please utilize the above links.

 


Cold-water diving in northern Utah - A

far cry from my work in Jamaica,

Mexico and the Bahamas.

Nekton Gamma - One of many

submersibles I have used to access

the deep reef.

Stalked crinoid (living fossil) at 200m, Bahamas

 
 
 


Middle Cambrian Wheeler And Pierson Cove Formations in the Drum Mountains of Western Utah

(Note excellent exposures of shaley facies. This is a great location to conduct detailed sequence

stratigraphic studies - refer to Brett et al. 2009 for more information.)

 

 

Background image is modern carbonate terraces

deposited by the CO2-charged Crystal Geyser along the Green River, Utah.

 

                                                                            

                                                                                     

                                                                                                                  

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