Victor H. Garcia M.S. Student, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona
Research Interests: manganese oxides, low-temperature thermochronology, diagenesis of oxides, geochemistry, volcanology, paleontology, and GIS.
My research currently focuses on diagenetic Mn-oxides and their potential as geochronologic constraints of paleo-fluid flow using the (U-Th)/He system. This work is accomplished by utilizing Peter Reiners' laboratory equipment in the Arizona Radiogenic Helium Dating Laboratory.
Have a look around my website and if you have any questions regarding the exciting world of Fe- and Mn-oxides or any of my previous work just shoot me an email!
- I will be heading back to good old Texas this fall to begin my Ph.D. work with Dr. Lin Ma at the University of Texas at El Paso.
- Check out my 2015 AGU Poster for the latest results on my research.
- Can't get enough of diagenetic oxides? Learn about diagenesis from sedimentologist Dave Loope by watching Moki Marbles Matinee, a youtube video made by Marty Pepper and narrated by the one and only Pete Reiners!
Last Update: 6/17/16