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Dr. Johnson has been at UHD since 2002 and currently serves as assistant professor in geology and chemistry in the Department of Natural Sciences. He is a geologist who specializes in petrology and geochemistry, and studies the formation and evolution of silicate magmas, the origin of metallic ore deposits, and the tectonics of continental orogenic events. He teaches courses in physical geology, mineralogy, petrology, and inorganic geochemistry.
Johnson, Kenneth, Joshua J. Schwartz, and Arthur W. Snoke et al. “Analysis of the Wallowa-Baker terrane boundary: Implications for tectonic accretion in the Blue Mountains province, northeastern Oregon.” GSA Bulletin 122.3/4 (2010): 517-536.
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