Doug Clark PhD

Associate Professor , Geomorphic and paleoclimatic significance of alpine glaciation, with a particular focus on the latest Pleistocene and Holocene

Educational & Professional Experience

Education

Ph.D. - University of Washington, 1995

M.S. - Stanford University, 1986

B.S. - Stanford University, 1983

Areas of Expertise

Geomorphic and paleoclimatic significance of alpine glaciation, with a particular focus on the latest Pleistocene and Holocene

Courses Taught

  • General Geology
  • Physical Geology
  • Fluvial Geomorphology
  • Environmental Geology
  • Glacial Geology
  • Image Interpretation
  • Geomorphology
  • Summer Field Camp

Recent M.S. Students

N. Davies, M.S. (2011), WWU, Holocene glaciation in the Wind River Range, WY
M. Larrabee, M.S. (2011) WWU, Geomorphology and near-surface hydrology of Ebey's Prairie, Whidbey Island, WA
M. Park, M.S. (2011), WWU, Geophysical characterization of summit glaciers and craters at Mt. Baker Volcano, Washington
J. Maroney-Goshorn, M.S. (2012), WWU, Thermal and dynamic properties of rock glaciers in the North Cascades, WA
Jezra Beaulieu, M.S., (2013, expected), WWU, Macroclimates and ecological significances of rock glaciers in the central Sierra Nevada, CA

Specialty
Geomorphic and paleoclimatic significance of alpine glaciation, with a particular focus on the latest Pleistocene and Holocene