A throwback photo of the Mauna Ulu eruption of Kilauea Volcano. Puu Huluhulu, with Mauna Ulu fountain about 1500 feet high in the background. Photo by H. Schmincke, December 30, 1969.
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Getting lucky and bringing back the footage to post on the internet: PRICELESS
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- Bakersfield CollegeAssociate Professor of Geology, 2012 - present
- Freelance Geologist, GigaPanner & EducatorExplorer, 2011 - 2012
- Fort Hays State UniversityAssistant Professor of Geology, 2004 - 2011
- Lake Superior State UniversityAssistant Professor of Geology, 2001 - 2004
- Western Kentucky UniversityVisiting Assistant Professor of Geology, 2000 - 2001
- University of Wisconsin-MadisonInstructor of Geology, 1998 - 2000
- University of Wisconsin-WhitewaterInstructor of Geology, 1997 - 1998
- Northeast Illinois UniversityInstructor of Geology, 1997 - 1997
- University of Wisconsin-MadisonM.S, Ph.D. Major: Geology; Minor: Geophysics, 1991 - 2000
- Colgate UniversityB.A. Major: Geology; Minor: Mathematics, 1987 - 1991
- River Dell Regional High School1981 - 1987
- Oradell Public School1974 - 1981
- Colgate University1988 - 1993
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