Note that one foot is on ice and the other on land.

Standing on a black sand beach with a beached iceberg in southeastern Iceland.

James H. Reynolds

Professor of Geology

Brevard College


 

EDUCATION:

1989: Fulbright Scholar: American Republics Research Program
        • Laboratorio de Paleomagnetismo, Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
        • Taught a short course entitled "Magnetoestratigrafía" at six national universities.
        • Collected paleomagnetic samples from 8 Neogene sections, collaborating with Argentine investigators.
1983-1987: Ph.D., Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
        • Dissertation title: Chronology of Neogene tectonics in the Central Andes (27°-33° S) of western  Argentina based on the magnetic polarity stratigraphy of foreland basin sediments.
        • Dissertation research: Magnetic polarity stratigraphy of Neogene strata in the Precordillera and Sierras Pampeanas in the Central Andean foreland basin over the flat-slab subduction region of NW Argentina.
        • Teaching assistant in Physical Geology, Remote Sensing, Stratigraphy & Structure of North America, Field Methods, and Invertebrate Paleontology.
        • Conducted a geochronologic study of the Neogene volcanic rocks in south-central Guatemala. Results overturned earlier ideas about Miocene-Pliocene volcanism in northern Central America.
1975-1977: M.A., Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
        • Master's thesis title: Tertiary volcanic stratigraphy of northern Central America.
        • Thesis research established the regional Neogene volcanic stratigraphy of northern Central America.
        • Teaching assistant on a volcanology field trip in Guatemala.
        • Teaching assistant in Field Methods, Optical Mineralogy & Igneous Petrology, Stratigraphy & Structure of North America, Mineralogy, Economic Geology, and Meteorology.
1971-1975: A.B., Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
        • Senior honors thesis title: Geology of the southeastern portion of the Cuilapa quadrangle,Guatemala.
        • Thesis research mapped a previously unmapped area at a 1:50,000 scale.
        • Graduated cum laude with honors in Earth Sciences.
        • Participated on Geology Off-Campus Study Program.
        • Participated on the Language Study Abroad Program in Bourges, France.

HONORS AND AWARDS:

FOREIGN LANGUAGES:
        • Fluent in Spanish.
          • Conversational, reading, and writing ability in French.

AFFILIATIONS:
        • Geological Society of America
            —Member: Education Committee (2001-2004)
        • American Geophysical Union
        • Impact Study Field Group

        • American Association of University Professors
        • Sierra Club
            — North Carolina Chapter Steering and Executive Committees (2009- )
            — Chair, Pisgah Group, North Carolina Chapter (2011- )
        • Neighbors in Ministry
            — Board of Directors (2009-2010 )

EXPERIENCE:
          2011- : Professor of Geology, Brevard College, Brevard, NC

• Presented posters on the 2010 Egypt and Iceland trips at the Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the Geological Society of America in Asheville, NC. (2012)
Presented my climate change talk to the Geology Department at Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA. (2012)
Hosted Argentine colleague Claudia Galli on her visit to the United States. (2012)
Served as the Smithsonian Institution's "Beyond the Podium" speaker on a Celibrity cruise in the eastern Caribbean
(2012)

Participated on the GSA post-meeting field trip to the Mesabi Range, MN. (2011)
Presented a poster at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting about the Galápago Islands field trip in Minneapolis, MN. (2011)
Wrote the text for a consulting firm's Magnetostratigraphy educational website. (2011)
Served as the Smithsonian Institution's "Beyond the Podium" speaker on a Celibrity transatlantic cruis. (2011)

2003-2011: Associate Professor, Brevard College, Brevard, NC

• Promoted to Professor of Geology at Brevard College (2011)
Elected Chair of the Pisgah Group of the North Carolina Chapter of the Sierra Club. (2011-2013)
Served as the Smithsonian Institution's "Beyond the Podium" speaker on a Celibrity cruise in the eastern Caribbean
(2010)
Led a group of 20 on an 18-day Brevard College camping field trip to Iceland. Participants included Brevard College students, other students, professional geologists, and interested volcanophiles (2010).
Co-led, with Anne Chapin and Robert Bauslaugh, a Brevard College group of 18 on a 10-day field trip to the Geology and Archaeology of the Nile River. Basin, Egypt
. (2010)
Elected Vice Chairman of the Neighbors in Ministry Board of Directors. (2009-10)
Named to the Executive Committee of the Pisgah Group of the Sierra Club. (2009-10)
Elected to serve on the Sierra Club's State Steering Committee. (2009-10))
Taught an introductory Environmental Science course for the first time. (2009)
• Attended
the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America in Portland, OR.Presented a poster. (2009)
Attended the Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the Geological Society of America in St. Petersburg, FL. Presented two posters. (2009)
Gave numerous public presentations on Climate Change and the Geology of the Southern Appalachians. (2008-2010)
Presented my talk Thoughts on Evolution in our Senior Capstone Seminar (2006-2010)
Became an ordained minister in the Universal Life Church. Have officiated two weddings.
Outstanding Faculty Member by SGA and ODK Student Choice Awards. (2008-2009)
Taught three workshops for the Pisgah Forest Institute (2008-09)
Taught two short courses for UNCCH students on the Geology of western North Carolina for the Highlands Biological Station. (2008-09)
Taught two sessions of Creekside continuing education classes titled Climate Change and the Return of the Ice and Tectonic History of the Southern Appalachians. (2008-09)
Organized and co-led the Appalachian College Association’s 2-week Faculty Excursion to the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador (2008))
On sabbatical for 2007-2008 academic year.
Traveled extensively in Patagonia, Argentina and Chile. (2007-08)
Conducted field research in Salta province and Patagonia, Argentina. (2007-2008)
Fulbright Scholar in Argentina. During that time, I taught a graduate level course entitled Paleomagnetismo at the National universities in Salta and San Juan. (2007)
Organized and co-led the Appalachian College Association’s 2-week Faculty Excursion to the Galápagos Islands and mainland Ecuador (2007)
Organized and led the Appalachian Center for Environmental Education 2-week field trip to Iceland (2007)
Elected Fellow by the Geological Society of America (2006).
Presented an abstract about the proposed Transylvania-Henderson impact structure in North Carolina at SEGSA in Knoxville.
Participated on posters about the 2005 Greece and South America field trips at SEGSA in Knoxville (2006).
Co-led a Spring Break Geology and Archaeology field trip to Bolivia and Peru with 18 Brevard students (2006).
Co-led an Arizona State University Volcanology field trip to Guatemala with Dr. Stanley Williams, two other faculty, and 10 students (2006).
• Presented two papers about our Greece course at the Geological Society of America Meeting in Salt Lake City (2005).
Participated on a 3-day field trip to the Uinta Mountains to examine glacial and fluvial features(2005).
Co-led the Appalachian College Association's Berger Foundation International Seminar to South America: Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil. Three faculty and 14 students crossed most of South America on a west to east traverse at subtropical latitudes (2005).
Examined several Mycenaean sites near Sparta with two Brevard archaeologists (2005).
Co-led Brevard College's GEOL 270 field trip to Greece: Crete, Santorini, Naxos, Mykonos, and Delos with two Brevard archaeologists. Fifteen students participated (2005).
Led the Geological Society of America's student-oriented  GeoTrip to southern Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Twenty-four students participated in two weeks of camping in Argentina and Chile (2004-2005). 
•  Led the Geological Society of America's student-oriented  GeoTrip to Iceland. 11 students participated in two weeks of camping in Iceland (2004). 
• Co-led the Appalachian College Association's Berger Foundation International Seminar to Bolivia. Four faculty and twelve students participated in two weeks of traveling through the different physiographic regions of Bolivia (2004). 
•    Received tenure and promoted to Associate Professor (2003).
• Elected to the College Promotion and Tenure Committee for 2003-2005 and 2005-2007.
• Co-authored 5 GSA abstracts about the 2002 Iceland trip with students from the trip. Presented the SEGSA/SCGSA abstract in Memphis.
• Co-organized and co-led the 2003 Brevard College trip to study the volcanoes and archaeological ruins of Italy and Sicily.

            1999-2003 Assistant Professor, Brevard College, Brevard, NC
                  Attended ACA (Appalachian College Association) Internationalization Summit, Kingsport, TN, presented posters of various Brevard and GSA trips.
                • Developed and led the Geological Society of America's first student-oriented  GeoTrip. 26 students participated in two weeks of camping in Iceland (2002). 
                •  Developed and led a Brevard College field trip to Hawaii over Spring Break (2002).
                •  Led a Geological Society of America Geo Trip to Argentina and Chile. The trip was entitled "New Year's at the End of the World: the
Geology of  Southern Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego". There were 33 paying participants. (2002)
                •  Participated on a one-month magnetostratigraphic sampling program in Tertiary strata of the Bolivian Altiplano and Argentine  Eastern Cordillera. The program was conducted with Dr. Brian Horton from LSU (now at UCLA).
                •  Participated on a 3-day GSA Field Trip to Santa Cruz Island, CA.
                • Chaired a theme session about Argentine geology at the joint GSA-AAPG sectional meeting in Universal City, CA.
                •  Presented two invited papers at the joint GSA-AAPG sectional meeting in Universal City, CA.
                • Led a 10-day field trip with 20 students to the volcanoes of Costa Rica.
                • Led Southern Appalachians Tectonics field trips for college, continuing education, junior high, and camp groups.
                • Served as an interim member of the College Academic Standards Committee.
                • Served as the interim chair of the Division Academic Affairs Committee.
                • Presented a paper at the GSA annual meeting in Reno, NV.
                • Participated on GSA Field Trip to the proposed Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository, NV.
                • Elected Divisional Representative to Faculty Council (2000-2002).
            • Taught web page development workshops to interested faculty and staff.
           • 2000-2001 Advisor for BC Recycles and the Brevard College Environmental Coalition.
                • Member of Divisional and College web page committees.
                • Co-led, with Dottie Stout, the Geological Society of America's Argentina 2000 Geoventures trip entitled "Deformation, Dinosaurs, and Darwin".
                • Scouted the ríos Limay and Negro, in northern Patagonia, with Robert Dye, for Brevard College's Voice of the Rivers 2001 expedition.
                • Led coastal erosion field trips to the Charleston, SC are for Environmental Geology classes (2000, 2001).
                • Recipient: Student's Choice Teaching Award Honorable Mention (1999-2000).
                • Initiated and developed the Geology Minor program which began in Spring 2001.
                • Helped plan the Voice of the Rivers 2000 trip in Argentina.
                • Attended the XIV Congreso Geológico Argentino in Salta, Argentina.
      1995-2003 President, Magstrat, LLC
                • Conducted a heavy mineral sampling program in southern Argentina for an industrial client..
                • Conducted paleomagnetic analyses for Argentine oil concerns at the University of Pittsburgh.
                • Developed a series of remote sensing catalogs for an industrial client.
                • Conducted a heavy mineral sampling program for a client on Tierra del Fuego and in Chilean  Patagonia.
                • Attended AAPG annual meeting in Salt Lake City: judged two oral presentation sessions.
                • Participated on an 18-day rafting expedition on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.
                • Presented poster on  research in NW Argentina at the annual GSA meeting in Salt Lake City.
                • Participated on GSA Sequence Stratigraphy field trip in central Utah.
                • Completed laboratory analyses for the Sierras Subandinas project at the University of Pittsburgh.
                • Conducted a heavy mineral sampling along the coast Río Negro and Buenos Aires provinces,  Argentina.
                • Conducted a heavy mineral sampling program along the coast of Santa Cruz and Chubut provinces, Patagonia, Argentina.
                • Appointed to the AAPG Geophysical Integration Committee.
                • Participated on a field trip to the Llano Uplift, TX.    1993-1997 Assistant Professor of Geology: Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC
                • Led a Sedimentation class field trip to the Thorn Hill section, TN.
                • Participated on a GSA field trip on the Laramide Orogeny in the Denver region.
                • Co-led a 5-day field trip for WCU Geology majors to western Massachusetts.
                • Led a 2-week undergraduate field trip to Iceland for students from Utrecht University, Holland, visiting key volcanic and glacial sites: 33 students participated; I was the only faculty member.
                • Review Panelist for National Science Foundation UFE and CCD proposals, Washington, DC.
                • Named Adjunct Assistant Research Professor, Department of Geological & Planetary Sciences,  University of Pittsburgh.
                • Led 32 students on a hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
                • Taught on the UNC System-wide Field Camp-- Taos and Cuba, NM;  Prescott, AZ (1994-1996).
                • Supervised four senior theses that resulted from the Petroleum Research Fund project in Argentina.
                • With R. M. Hernández, synthesized our Sierras Subandinas data and developed a tectonic model for the region.
                • Took two seniors to Argentina for 3 weeks (1996), collecting paleomagnetic and petrographic specimens.
                • Developed Hypercard stacks for use as lecture platforms in Oceanography and Environmental Geology.
                • Participated on the annual Carolina Geological Society field trip, Raleigh, NC.
                • Participated on GSA post-meeting field trip to Southern Coastal Belt, British Columbia.
                • Conducted ~4 weeks of field work in Salta Province, Argentina with two WCU seniors (1995) on the PRF project. My students also received $1,000 Explorers Club Youth Activity Fund grants.
                • Spent 3 weeks at the Paleomagnetism Laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh analyzing Argentine samples.
                • Taught a 2-week intensive Historical Geology course to Asheville Middle and High School  teachers.
                • Examined dinosaur tracksites in NM, CO, and UT with University of Colorado-Denver Dinosaur Trackers (1994).
                • Awarded a $25,000 ACS-PRF Grant to continue research in the Sierras Subandinas of Argentina.
                • Featured in a Wall Street Journal article about generational perspectives of the academic job market (2/15/94, p. 1).
                • Developed Hypercard stack for use as a General Education (Physical Geology) lecture platform.
                • WCU representative to the North Carolina Math & Science Education Network, Raleigh, NC.
                • Participated on the Carolina Geological Society Field Trip to the Columbus Promontory, NC, SC.
                • Presented the "Dinosaurs" stack at the Classroom of the Future at the annual GSA Meeting, Boston, MA (1993).
                • Appointed to WCU Task Force on Diversity. i was the only scientist.
                • Attended NSF-funded Project Update Geoscience computer workshop at Cypress College, CA (1993).
                • Analyzed samples from Argentina and Trinidad at the Paleomagnetism Lab, University of  California Santa Barbara (1993).
                • Led field trips to the barrier islands near Charleston, SC and the Appalachian foreland in eastern TN.    1987-1992 Assistant Professor of Geology: Norwich University, Northfield, VT
                • Returned to Argentina in July 1992 for further sampling in jungle Neogene sections along the Bolivian border.
                • Conducted laboratory analyses on paleomagnetic samples collected during 1991-1992 from  Argentina and Trinidad at the Hawaii Institute for Geophysics--University of Hawaii (1991, 1992) with UH undergraduate PRF research assistants.
                • Laid off from Norwich University during Reduction in Force measure.
                • Co-led an 8-day, 100 mile Geology and Ecology of the Connecticut River Valley canoe trip.
                • Co-led a department field trip to the stratigraphic sequences exposed in northwestern New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania.
                • Conducted paleomagnetic sampling along the southeast coast of Trinidad with a Norwich undergraduate assistant and a Dartmouth grad student (1992).
                • Developed the Dinosaur Hypercard stack with the help of my students.
                • Collected paleomagnetic samples from Neogene strata in the Argentine Sierras Subandinas (1990).
                • With two undergraduate PRF research assistants, paleomagnetic analyses were conducted on  1,500 samples from Argentina and Trinidad at the Hawaii Institute of Geophysics paleomagnetic laboratory (July 1990).
                • Named Category I Dana Professor by Norwich University (May 1990).
                • Led field trips to Thetford Mines, Que. and the Connecticut Valley near Amherst, MA.
                • Attended an AAPG field trip to Dinosaur Valley State Park, Glen Rose, TX.
                • Received a Petroleum Research Fund Grant for research in the Argentine Subandean Zone (1991).
                • Conducted a paleomagnetic sampling program in Trinidad on a research grant from Exxon Corporation (1991).
                • Developed and taught a new introductory-level course titled "The Dinosaurs".
                • Presented a paper in Spanish on two paleomagnetic sections in Catamarca Province at the XI  Congreso Geológico Argentino, San Juan, Argentina (1990).
                • Conducted preliminary paleomagnetic analyses of rocks from Trinidad for Exxon Corporation (1990).
                • Presented a paper on the Neogene tectonic history of the flat-subduction area in Argentina at the International "Géodynamique Andine" Symposium in Grenoble, France (1990).
                • Co-coordinated a four-day department field trip to the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia (1990).
                • Co-led a four-day field trip to Sudbury, Ontario (1989).
                • Co-organizer and co-chairman of a Vermont Geological Society special symposium on "The Use of  Computers in Geology" held at Norwich University (February 1989).
                • Co-supervised the acquisition of computing equipment for undergraduate use in Geology.
                • Attended Quantitative Sedimentary Basin Modeling short course at the annual GSA meeting, Denver, CO (1988).
                • Responsible for acquisition of used XRF and XRD units from Dartmouth College (1988).
                • Presented, in Spanish, the results of the Las Juntas paleomagnetic section at the X Congreso Geológico Argentino, Tucumán, Argentina (September 1987).
                • Attended a four-day field trip on the Puna/Altiplano in Jujuy Province, Argentina (1987).
                • Completed four weeks of field work in northern Argentina (1987). Filled in gaps in two existing paleomagnetic sections and commenced work on two other sections. 1989 Fulbright Scholar: Argentina (American Republics Research Program)
                • Made a four-week reconnaissance trip through the Andean and littoral regions of Patagonia.
                • Taught a short course on magnetostratigraphy at the national universities in Tucumán, San Juan,  Salta, Jujuy, Bahía Blanca, and La Plata. Appointed Visiting Professor at U. N. Salta.
                • Sampled, measured, and described 8 Neogene magnetostratigraphic sections in northwestern Argentina. These include the first Neogene sections to be studied in the Argentine portion of the  Puna, Cordillera Oriental, and the Sierras Subandinas. More than 1500 new samples were collected.
                • Initiated a five-year project with the Argentine national oil company (YPF) to determine the chronostratigraphy of Neogene strata exposed in the Subandean Basin.    1983-1987 Doctoral Candidate: Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
                • Co-led two-day graduate student-faculty field trip to Thetford Mines, Québec ophiolite (1986).
                • Attended a Penrose Conference on Synsedimentary Tectonics, Durango, CO (1985).
                • Completed 5 months of dissertation field work in the Central Andes of western Argentina  (1984-1986).
                • Assisted teaching a structural and stratigraphic mapping exercise in the Bighorn Basin, WY (1985).
                • Acted as field supervisor for field research in Argentina for a senior honors thesis and a Master's  thesis (1985).
                • Converted the Dartmouth paleomagnetic lab to a Macintosh;-driven system with a program I wrote in MS Basic.
                • Participated on a 2-week field trip to Devonian-Carboniferous foreland basin strata in South Wales, UK (1985). Summer 1984--Instructor of Geology: Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
                • Led and taught a three week field course on the stratigraphy, structure, and tectonics of northern New England and southern Quebec.
                • Field trips in Taconic and Acadian metamorphic terranes, VT and NH.
                • Mapping exercise in low-grade metavolcanics and metasediments near Woodsville, NH.
                • Field trips in the White Mountain magma series of NH and VT.
                • Field trip and mapping exercise in the Thetford Mines ophiolite, Quebec.
                • Field trips and mapping exercise in Mesozoic continental sediments near Amherst, MA.
                • Field trips to massive sulfide, pegmatite, and asbestos mines. Summer 1984--Research Contract: U.S. Geological Survey, South Strafford, VT
                • Logged core on the Elizabeth Mine Massive Sulfide Project during a three-week undertaking to define the mine stratigraphy in the Ordovician deposit. 1981-83 Lecturer/Instructor of Geology: Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
                • Taught courses in Volcanology and Geomorphology and labs in Mineralogy and Igneous  Metamorphic Petrology.
                • Organized, led and taught a three week January Volcanology field course to the islands of Hawaii, Maui, and Oahu, Hawaii.
                • Taught a three week Structural Geology Field Mapping course in low-grade marine metasediments in the Northern Taconic Mountains, NY and VT.
                • Taught labs in Mineralogy, Igneous & Metamorphic Petrology, and Introductory courses.
                • Curated college mineral and rock collections, hall displays, and the small museum.
                • Conducted a field study of curvilinear features near Weston, WV.

1980--1) Doctoral Candidate: University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
                • Six weeks into this program, I suffered a near-fatal stroke caused by a congenital malformation of an artery. I elected to leave the program in order to recover. 1980--2) Geologist (summer) : Phelps-Dodge Exploration East, Inc., Bangor, ME
                • Completed mapping for a massive sulfide project in northern NH.
                • Conducted a geochemical soil sampling program. 1978-79 Environmental Geologist: West Virginia Geological Survey, Morgantown, WV
                • Conducted field studies and produced environmental folios of West Virginia cities. These maps  were designed to assist regional planners in locating areas of potential geologic hazards.
                • Presented the environmental folios to planning agencies at local, regional, state, and federal levels.
                • Designed a mine subsidence hazard potential map.
                • Worked on a U.S. Bureau of Mines project to determine the extent of undermining in Fairmont, WV.
                • Conducted assessments of geologic hazards for state and local governments, and private citizens.
                • Research involved remote sensing of linear features using Landsat, side-looking radar, and  high-altitude photography. Applied data in location of zones of high roof-fall potential in underground coal mines, locating previously unmapped faults, and siting of water wells.
                • Conducted airborne MSS survey of burning coal mine waste piles using NASA data. This required frequent trips to the NASA Center in Cleveland, OH.
                • Conducted Landsat survey to assess annual forest fire damage in the state. The study was done in conjunction with the state Department of Natural Resources and NASA.
                • Participated in the statewide coal cleat orientation mapping program.
                • Measured and described the Pennsylvanian strata exposed in roadcuts along U.S. 48,  northern WV.
               • Worked on the karst subsidence potential project for Greenbriar County, WV. 1975-1977 Master's Candidate: Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
                • Research assistant on a Landsat ophiolite project.
                • Conducted 14 weeks of thesis field work in the Neogene volcanic belt throughout Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. Results from this work established the Neogene volcanic stratigraphy currently used in Guatemala. Made considerable progress in use of the Spanish language. 1975 Senior thesis field mapping in south-central Guatemala
                • Along with three others mapped the NE portion of the Nueva Santa Rosa and SE Cuilapa quadrangles in conjunction with the Instituto Geográfico Nacional de Guatemala. 1974-1975 Geologist's Assistant (summers): Noranda Exploration, Inc., Reno, NV
                • Sampled mines and conducted prospect evaluations throughout the Mother Lode District, CA.
                • Plane table mapping of a zinc carbonate prospect near Eureka, NV.
                • Drill rig siting and supervision, drill core logging, and underground sampling at a Au/Ag mine in the Platoro caldera, San Juan Mountains, Conejos County, CO.
                • Prospecting for gold in the Independence Range, Elko County, NV.
                • Geologic mapping and sampling of vanadium prospects, Nye County, NV.
                • Stream sediment geochemical sampling in the East Shasta District, CA.1973 Student: Dartmouth Off-Campus Geology Program
                • Three-week volcanology trip in Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Projects included climbing active volcanoes, mapping their craters, sampling fumarolic gases, and measuring section.
                • One-week of carbonate facies study in the barrier reef of Belize.
                • One-week of limnology and Mesozoic stratigraphy on Lake Powell, UT.
                • One-week of magnetic polarity stratigraphy sampling in continental strata, Benson, AZ.
                • One-week of mapping in deformed Devonian marine strata, Catskill, NY.1972 Student: Dartmouth Language Study Abroad Program, Bourges, France.
                • Lived with a French family for ten weeks while taking language courses.
                • Achieved a moderate fluency in French.
                • Extensive travel throughout western Europe, including the Scandinavian Arctic.INVITED GUEST LECTURES
    • 1987 Universidad Nacional de San Juan, Argentina--Los Volcanes Centroamericanos
    • 1988 Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH--Tertiary Volcanoes of Central America
    • 1988 Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT--Uplift of the Andes in Northwestern Argentina
    • 1988 Colgate University--Uplift of the Andes in Northwestern Argentina
    • 1989--Vermont Geological Society--Lithostratigraphy vs. Chronostratigraphy
    • 1989 Comisión de Energía Atómica, Salta, Argentina--La Magnetestratigrafía y su Aplicación en el Conocimiento de la História Tectónica de los Andes
    • 1989 Laboratorio de Paleomagnetismo, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina--La Magnetestratigrafía y su Aplicación en el Conocimiento de la História Tectónica de los Andes
    • 1989 Laboratorio de Astrofísica y Geofísica, Universidad de La Plata, Argentina--La Magnetestratigrafía  y su  Aplicación en el Conocimiento de la História Tectónica de los Andes
    • 1990 Keynote Speaker: Vermont State Science Fair, Northfield, VT--The Last Day of the Dinosaurs
    • 1991 Vermont State College Teachers Annual Meeting--Computer-Assisted Teaching: The Dinosaurs on  Disk
    • 1993 Keynote Speaker: FIRST Group of Elementary and Middle School Science Teachers Farewell Dinner, Asheville, NC--The Last Day of the Dinosaurs
    • 1993 Highlands Biological Station, Highlands, NC--The Last Day of the Dinosaurs
    • 1995 University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC--Neogene Evolution of the Sierras Subandinas, NW Argentina: Magnetostratigraphic Constraints for Hydrocarbon Exploration
    • 1996 College of Charleston, Charleston, SC--Neogene Evolution of the Sierras Subandinas, NW Argentina: Magnetostratigraphic Constraints for Hydrocarbon Exploration
    • 1997 Texas A&M University, College Station, TX--Neogene Evolution of the Sierras Subandinas, NW  Argentina:  Magnetostratigraphic Constraints for Hydrocarbon Exploration
    • 1997 Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands--Neogene Evolution of the Sierras Subandinas, NW  Argentina:  Magnetostratigraphic Constraints for Hydrocarbon Exploration
    • 1998 Appalachian State University, Boone, NC--Neogene Evolution of the Sierras Subandinas, NW Argentina:  Magnetostratigraphic Constraints for Hydrocarbon Exploration
    • 1998 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA--Neogene Evolution of the Sierras Subandinas, NW Argentina:  Magnetostratigraphic Constraints for Hydrocarbon Exploration
    • 1998 University of North Carolina-Wilmington, Wilmington, NC--Neogene Evolution of the Sierras  Subandinas, NW  Argentina: Magnetostratigraphic Constraints for Hydrocarbon Exploration
    • 1998 Norwich University, Northfield, VT--Heavy Mineral Exploration in Patagonia     • 1999-present Since arriving at Brevard College, I have given an average of 6 guest lectures/year on a variety of topics. PUBLICATIONS
Theses

Reynolds, James H., 1987, Chronology of Neogene tectonics in the Central Andes (27°-33°S) of western Argentina based on the magnetic polarity stratigraphy of foreland basin sediments: unpubl. Ph. D. diss., Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 353 p.    

Reynolds, James H., 1977, Tertiary volcanic stratigraphy of northern Central America: unpubl. M.A. thesis, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 89 p.    

Reynolds, James H. and Dann, Jesse C., 1975, Geology of the southeast portion of the Cuilapa quadrangle, Guatemala: unpubl. Senior Honors thesis, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, 58 p.

Abstracts

*Reynolds, J., Swords, W., Reynolds, E., Shew, C., Webb, M.K., Migliore, M.1, Boyd, H., Williams, S., and Dann, J., 2012, The Geology of Iceland: a Brevard College international field trip, July 2010. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 44-4: 16. (Asheville, NC) read

Shew, C., *Reynolds, E., Lorenz, C., Migliore, M., Dewitt, C., Boyd, H., Burgess, B., Mobley, D., Chapin, A., and Reynolds, J., 2012, Geology and archaeology of the Nile River basin: a Brevard College international field trip. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 44-4: 15. (Asheville, NC) read

*Reynolds, J., Carlile, O., McKee, S., Reynolds, E., and Sonner, M., 2011, Brevard College’s 2011 field trip to the Galápagos Islands. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 43-5: 421. (Minneapolis, MN). read

* Swords, William, Miller, J. William, Williams, Stanley, and Reynolds, Jim, 2011, Discovery of aegirine as a vapor-phase sublimate at Torfajökull Caldera, Landmannalaugar, Iceland. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 43-2: 29. (Wilmington, NC). read

*Reynolds, James H. III, Motley, Aaron T., and Fouch, Nakisha, 2009, An Annular Drainage Pattern in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina: Evidence of a Large Bolide Impact in the Late Permian or Triassic? Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Portland, OR): 41-7: 313. read

Reynolds, J. and Fredericksen, T.S., 2009, The 2007 and 2008 Appalachian College Association faculty field trips to the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 41-1: 19. (St. Petersburg, FL). read

* Motley, A.T. and Reynolds, J.H., 2009, A subtle annular drainage pattern in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina: evidence for a bolide impact? Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 41-1: 19. (St. Petersburg, FL). read

Lyons, W. and Reynolds,  J., 2009, Peninsula Magallanes, Santa Cruz, Argentina: evidence for a bolide impact? Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 41-1: 43. (St. Petersburg, FL). read

*Galli, C. I., Ramírez, A., Barrientos, C., Reynolds, J., Viramonte, J. G., y Idleman, B., 2008, Estudio de la proveniencia de los depósitos del Grupo Payogastilla (Mioceno Medio-Superior) aflorantes en el río Calchaquí, provincia de Salta, Argentina. 17º Congreso Geológico Argentino, Jujuy, Actas. Tomo I, p. 353-354.

* Reynolds, J.H. , Chapin, A.P., Bauslaugh, R.A., Funderburk, D.A., Knowles, L.P., Jackson , E.E., Coleman, B.S., Lyons , W., Hammond, J.D., and Berube, K., 2006, The Brevard College field trip to Bolivia and Peru: an interdisciplinary focus on geology and archaeology. Geological Society of   America Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, no. 7, p. 220. ( Philadelphia , PA ). read

* Williams, Stanley N. , Reynolds, James H., And Clarke, Amanda B., 2006, Student and faculty introduction to the active volcanoes, Caribbean- North American plate boundary: potential for studies of vulcanian eruptions In Guatemala. Geological Society of   America Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, no. 7, p. 510-511. ( Philadelphia , PA ). read

* Reynolds, Jim , 2006, Geomorphologic evidence for a Mesozoic(?) impact in Transylvania and Henderson counties, North Carolina . Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Knoxville , TN ), v. 38, no. 3., p. 81. read

*Motley, Aaron , Bruce, Samantha, Christ, Chelsea, Hall, Jayne, Sakowski, April, and Reynolds, Jim , 2006, The Appalachian College Association's Berger Grant field trip to Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, and Brazil: a focus on geology shaping ecological diversity and cultural development. Geological Society of   America Abstracts with Programs ( Knoxville , TN ), v. 38, no. 3, p. 32. read

*Howard, Justin H. , Carlson, Molly, Clark, Benjamin, Egbert, Emily, Freeze, Taylor, Harding, Zack, Hinkle, Heather, Bauslaugh, Robert, Chapin, Anne, and Reynolds, Jim, 2006, The Brevard College field trip to Athens, Crete, and the Cycladic Islands: an interdisciplinary focus on geology and archaeology. Geological Society of   America Abstracts with Programs ( Knoxville , TN ), v. 38, no. 3., p. 32. read

*Reynolds, James H. III, Chapin, Anne P., and Bauslaugh, Robert A., 2005, Providing a research component to a Geology and Archaeology field trip to Greece, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Salt Lake City, UT), v. 37, no. 7. read

Chapin, Anne P.,*Reynolds, James H. III, and Bauslaugh, Robert A., 2005, International field study in Crete and the Cycladic Islands,  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Salt Lake City, UT), v. 37, no. 7. read

*Streeter, Kimberly A., Eastwood, Erin N., Rodriguez, Richard, Taylor, Joshua, Arndt, Nicole, Klimczak, Christian, and Reynolds, James H. III, 2005, New Year's at the End of the World: the GSA Student Geoventures trip to Patagonia (December 2004-January 2005)  Geological Society of  America Abstracts with Programs ( San José, CA), v. 37, no. 4. read

*Gutoski, James R., Green, Amanda, Ojeda, Anastasiya, Yanchula, John, Young, Nicholas, Cockburn, Jacklyn, Boyd, Lauren, Carey, Kyle, Peabody, Michala,  and Reynolds, Jim, 2005, New Year's at the End of the World: the GSA Student Geoventures trip to Patagonia (December 2004- January 2005), Geological Society of  America Abstracts with Programs (Minneapolis, MN), v. 37, no. 5. read

*Prodoehl, Nicholas, Gutoski, James R., and Reynolds, Jim, 2005, GSA’s 2004 Student Geoventures trip to Iceland, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Minneapolis, MN), v. 37, no. 5. read

*Lindsay, Kimberly, Kilhams, Ben, Michalski, Joseph R., Graettinger, Alison, and Reynolds, James H. III, 2005, GSA’s 2004 Student Geoventures trip to Iceland, Geological Society of  America Abstracts with Programs (Saratoga Springs, NY), v. 37, no. 1. read

*Reynolds, J. H., Bruce, Samantha M., Crow, David M., Elliot, Louis S., Knowles, L. Paige, Oppert, Marydale C., Osterhaus, Amanda M., Pierce, Adam L., Sorrels, Monté H., and Wade, Nathan A., 2005, An Annular Drainage Pattern in Transylvania and Henderson Counties, NC: Evidence of an Impact Structure in the Blue Ridge Mountains? Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Biloxi , MS ), v. 37, no. 2. read

*Krueger, Thaddeus C. , Ravenel, Elizabeth H., Kington, Joseph D., Friðriksson, Þ ráinn, and Reynolds, Jim , 2005, GSA's 2004 Student Geoventures Trip to Iceland. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Biloxi , MS ), v. 37, no. 2. read

Oppert, M Marydale C. , Sharp, Jessica D., Strom, Jonathan D., Clark, Callie L., Fredericksen, Todd S., and *Reynolds, Jim., 2005, The Appalachian College Association interdisciplinary field trip to Bolivia. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Biloxi , MS ), v. 37, no. 2. read

Osterhaus, Amanda M. , Pierce, Adam L., Krueger, Thaddeus C., *Funderburk, David A., Sugg, N. Celeste, Wussow, Jill T., Clark, Wendy S., Perkins,  Arianna, Sheehan, Timothy, and Reynolds, Jim, 2005, New Year's at the End Of The World: The GSA Student Geoventures Trip to Patagonia.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Biloxi , MS ), v. 37, no. 2. read

*Reynolds, J. H., 2004, Organizing and Leading Successful International Geological Field Trips for Students: It's Not as Hard as You Think. Geological Society  of America Abstracts with Programs ( Denver . CO), v. 36. read

*Reynolds, J. H., 2003, Iceland 2004: GSA's next student-oriented Geoventures field trip. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Seattle, WA ), v. 35, no. 6. read

*Reynolds, J. H., Eversoll, L.B., Reynolds, E.K., Bennett, L.E., Heatwole, N., Rao, A.M.F., Riley, J., and Smith, R.D., 2003, GSA's First Student-Oriented  Geoventures Trip: Iceland—2002. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Memphis , TN ), v. 35. read

*Abela, T., Brannon, A., Krajenke, K, and Reynolds , J.H., 2003, GSA's First Annual Student-Oriented Geoventures Trip: Iceland , August 1-15, 2002 :  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Halifax , NS ), v. 35. read

*Hynek, B. , Dept, Tinklenberg, A., Timmerman, G., , Sill, C., , Weiss, W., and Reynolds, J., 2003, GSA's First Student-Only Geoventure Trip: Iceland :  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Kansas City , MO ), v. 35. read

* Guhl, M. D. , Paterson, J., Billmayer, C., Heidinger , N.C. , and Reynolds, J.H, 2003, GSA'S First Student-Oriented Geoventures Trip: Iceland-2002 :  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Durango , CO ), v. 35. read

*Jean, J., Burks, T., Danoff , M.E. , Goehring, B.M. and Reynolds, J.H., 2003, GSA's First Student-Oriented Geoventures Trip: Iceland--2002 : Geological  Society of America Abstracts with Programs ( Puerta Vallarta , Mexico ), v. 35. read

*Reynolds, J. H., 2001, Alternative routes to research funding: the Milo Minderbinder approach.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs  (Universal City, CA), v. 33 (3), p. A-62.     read

*Reynolds, J. H., Idleman, B. D., Hernández, R. M., and Galli, C. I., 2001, Magnetostratigraphy of the Las Manzanas, Peña Colorada, and Solazuti sections, Sierras Subandinas, Salta Province, Argentina. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs  (Universal City, CA), v. 33 (3), p. A-71.       read

*Reynolds, J. H., 2000, Neogene foreland uplift history in the Flat Subduction region, Transition Zone, and Normal Subduction region, NW Argentina. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Reno, NV), v. 32 (7), p. A-504-505.  read

*Reynolds, J.H., Ramos, V. A., Jordan, T. E., and Hernández, R. M., 1997, Diachronism of regional Neogene stratigraphy in the Andean foreland, NW Argentina: arguments for retiring the Calchaquense and Araucanense terminology, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Salt Lake City, UT), v. 29 (6), p. A-228. read

*Reynolds, J. H., Hernández, R. M., Idleman, B. D., Naeser, C. W., and Guerstein, P. G., 1996, Río Iruya revisited: The Neogene tectonic development of the western Sierras Subandinas, Salta Province, NW Argentina, Geological  Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Denver, CO), v. 28 (7), p. A-59. read

*Stewart, K. G., Reynolds, J. R. [sic], Hibbard, J. P., 1996, Structural Evolution of a Laramide Uplift: North Carolina Universities Field Camp Exercises in the Sierra Nacimiento, New Mexico, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Denver, CO), v. 28 (7), p. A-327.

*Hilliard, R., Kotila, J. M., and Reynolds, J. H., 1996, Sandstone provenance from Arroyo González, Salta Province, NW Argentina: a preliminary uplift history for the Santa Bárbara System, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Denver, CO), v. 28 (7), p. A-442. read

*Kotila, J. M., Hilliard, R., Foldesi, C. P., Butz, D. J., and Reynolds, J. H., 1996, Neogene tectonic history of the Transition Zone, central Andes, NW Argentina, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Denver, CO), v. 28 (7), p. A-442. read

*Reynolds, J. H. and Algar, S. T., 1995, Magnetic Polarity Stratigraphy of the Upper Gros Morne and Mayaro Bay formations, SE Trinidad, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (New Orleans, LA), v. 27(7), p. A-443. read

*Jordan, T. E., Reynolds, J. H., and Erikson, J., 1995, Foreland Basin Evolution: Clues to Late Oligocene-Miocene Andean Growth, Bolivia and Argentina, IUGG XXI General Assembly (Boulder, CO), p. A-446. read

*Reynolds, J. H. , Peterson, V. L., and Burr, J. L., 1995, Teaching library research, technical writing, map reading and Piece on Earth in general education geology: Geological Society of America  Abstracts with Programs (Knoxville, TN), v. 27, p. 83. read

*Butz, D. J., Foldesi, C. P., and Reynolds, J. H., 1995, Provenance of the Payogastilla Group: a preliminary uplift history of the Central Andes, Salta Province, NW Argentina: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Knoxville, TN), v. 27, p. 39. read

*Reynolds, J. H., Idleman, B. D., Hernández, R. M., and Naeser C. W., 1994, Preliminary chronostratigraphic constraints on Neogene tectonic activity in the Eastern Cordillera and Santa Bárbara System,  Salta Province, NW Argentina: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs  (Seattle, WA), v. 26(7), p. A-503. read

*Reynolds, James H., Naeser, Charles W., and Hernández, Roberto, 1993, Chronostratigraphic calibration of Neogene sedimentation in the Argentine Subandes, Salta Province, northern Argentina: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Boston, MA), v. 25(6), p. A-473. read

*Reynolds, James H., 1993, Software development as a class project: a Hypercard-based guide to the dinosaurs: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Burlington, VT), v. 25(2),  p. 74. read

*Reynolds, J. H., Damanti, J. F., and Jordan, T. E., 1991, Magnetostratigraphic Constraints on the  Development of Paired Fold-Thrust Belts/Foreland Basins in the Argentine Andes (invited paper): American Association of Petroleum Geologists (Dallas, TX), v. 75 p. 660. read

*Reynolds, J.H., Jordan, T.E., Tabbutt, K.D., Ré, G., Vilas, J.F., Bercowski, F., Milana, J.P., Beer, J.A., Damanti, J.F., and Ramos, V.A., 1990, Chronology of foreland deformation in the  Precordillera-Sierras Pampeanas region of Argentina (28°-33° S): Symposium International  "Géodynamique Andine": Paris: Editions de l'ORSTOM (Grenoble, France), p.145-146. read

*Reynolds, James H., 1989, Uplifting the Andes with the click of a mouse: Green Mountain Geologist   (Northfield, VT), v. 15(4), p. 11-12. read

*Jordan, T. E., Reynolds, J. H., Beer, J. A., Bercowski, F., Damanti, J. F., and Malizzia, D. C., 1989, Neogene basins in the flat-slab region, Central Andes, Argentina: 28th International Geological Congress  (Washington, DC).

*Reynolds, James H., Malizzia, Daniel C., Tabbutt, Kenneth D., Johnson, Noye M., and Nickelsen, Jillian J., 1988, Chronology of Andean tectonic events affecting the Campo de Talampaya, La Rioja Province,Argentina: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Denver, CO), v. 20(7),  p. A380. read

Ramos, Victor, *Reynolds, James H., Tabbutt, Kenneth D., and Jordan, Teresa E., 1988, Pliocene uplift of the Sierras de Umango and Espinal, La Rioja Province Argentina: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Denver, CO), v. 20(7), p. A61. read

*Jordan, T. E,, Beer, J. A., Kay, S. M., Damanti, J. F., Reynolds, J. H., Tabbutt, K. T., and Johnson, N. M., 1988, Basin development during Neogene flat-subduction, Argentine Andes: Geological  Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Denver, CO), v. 20(7), p. A8.

*Reynolds, James H., Tabbutt, K.D., Johnson, N.M., and Jordan, T.E., 1987, Non-systematic uplift of the northwestern Sierras Pampeanas, Catamarca Province, Argentina: Interpretation of magnetic polarity stratigraphy data: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Phoenix, AZ), v. 19(7), p. 817. read

*Tabbutt, K.D., Reynolds, James H., Johnson, N.M., and Jordan, T.E., 1987, Fission track constraints on the uplift of the Sierra de Famatina, Argentina: A stratigraphic approach: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (Phoenix, AZ), v. 19(7), p. 863. read

*Reynolds, James H., Nickelsen, J.J., Tabbutt, K.D., Jordan, T.E., and Johnson, N.M., 1986, Variation in sediment accumulation rate within the Central Andean foreland basin (16-10 Ma interval), San Juan and La Rioja provinces, Argentina: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs (San Antonio, TX), v. 18(6), p. 729. read

*Jordan, T.E., Naeser, C.W., Johnson, N.M., Johnsson, P.A., Johnson, A., Reynolds, J. H., Reynolds, S.A., and Fielding, E.J., 1985, Foreland basin evolution in the Central Andes, Bermejo basin, San Juan province, Argentina: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 17.

*Reynolds, James H., 1983, Cenozoic volcanic stratigraphy of south-central Guatemala: Geological Society   of  America Abstracts with Programs, v. 15(2) (Tallahassee, FL), p. 52.

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Papers

Galli, C.I. and Reynolds, J., 2012, Evolución paleoambiental del Grupo Payogastilla (Eoceno – Plioceno) en el valle Calchaquí – Tonco, provincia de Salta, Argentina. XIII Reunión Argentina de Sedimentología, Relatorio Salta, p. 67-80.

Galli, C.I., Ramírez, A., Reynolds, J., Viramonte, J.G., Idleman, B., y Barrientos, C., 2011, Procedencia de los depositos del grupo Payogastilla (Cenozóico), Río Calchaquí, Provincia de Salta, Revista de la Asociación Geológica Argentina, v. 68-2, p. 261-276. download

Galli, C.I., Ramírez, A., Barrientos, C., Reynolds, J., Viramonte, J.G., Idleman, B.,  2008, Estudio de proveniencia de los depósitos del Grupo Payogastilla (Mioceno Medio-Superior) aflorantes en el río Calchaquí, provincia de Salta, Argentina, en Congreso Geológico Argentino, Nº 17, Actas 1, 353-354. Jujuy.

Hernández, R.M., Jordan , T.E., Dalenz Farjat, A., Echavarría, L., Idleman, B.D., and Reynolds, J.H., 2005, Age, distribution, tectonics, and eustatic controls of the Paranense and Caribbean marine transgressions in southern Bolivia and Argentina : Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 19-4, p. 495-512. Echavarria, L., Hernández, R., Allmendinger, R., and Reynolds, J, 2003, Subandean thrust and fold belt of northwestern Argentina: Geometry and timing of the Andean evolution. AAPG Bulletin, v. 87-6, p. 965-985. download

Hernández, R. M., Echavarria, L., Allmendinger, R., Reynolds, J., and Jordan, T., 2003, La faja plegada y corrida subandina del noroeste Argentino in Suarez Soruco, R.,  Secuencias precrecimiento y crecimiento, geometria estructural y tiempo de evolución de los Andes,  Revista Técnica de Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fisicales Bolivianos, v. 2, p. 61-80.

Hernández R. M., Echavarría L., Allmendinger R., Reynolds J., Jordan T., 2002, La faja plegada y corrida subandina del noroeste argentino. Secuencias precrecimiento y crecimiento, geometria estructural y tiempo de evolucion de los andes , V Congreso de Exploración y Desarrollo de Hidrocarburos. Mar del Plata. Argentina. downloadHernández R., Jordan T, Dalenz Farjat A., Echavarría L., Idelman, Reynolds J. 2002, Edades, distribución, controles tectonicos y eustáticos de las ingresiones marinas paranense y caribeana en el sur de Bolivia y Argentina V Congreso Latinoamericano de Paleontología. Santa Cruz Bolivia. download

Reynolds, J. H., Hernández, R. M., Galli, C. I., and Idleman, B. D., 2001, Magnetostratigraphy of the Quebrada La Porcelana Section, Sierra de Ramos, Salta Province, Argentina: Initial age limits on the regional Neogene lithostratigraphy and uplift of the southern Sierras Subandinas. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, v. 14-7, p. 681-692. download

Reynolds, J. H., Galli, C. I., Hernández, R. M., Idleman, B. D., Kotila, J. M., Hilliard, R. V., and Naeser, C. W.,  2000,  Middle Miocene tectonic development of the Transition Zone, Salta Province, northwest Argentina: Magnetic stratigraphy  from the Metán Subgroup, Sierra de González: Geological  Society of America Bulletin, v. 112-11, p. 1736-1751. download  

Hernández, R. M., Galli, C. I., and Reynolds, J. H., 1999, Estratigrafía del terciario en el noroeste argentino: Relatorio, XIV Congreso Geológico Argentino, Tomo I, p. 316-328.

Reynolds, J. H., 1999, Add an ‘aging’ tool to your arsenal: Magnetostratigraphy adds a temporal dimension to basin analysis: AAPG Explorer, v. 20-7, p. 16-17.

Jordan, T. E., Reynolds, J. H., and Erikson, J. P., 1997, Variability in age of initial shortening and uplift in the  central Andes,  16-33°30’ S, in Ruddiman, W. (ed.), Tectonic Uplift and Climate Change, New York: Plenum Press, p. 41-61.

Galli, C.I., Hernández, R.M.and Reynolds, J.H., 1996, Análisis paleoambiental y ubicación geocronológica del Subgrupo Metán (Grupo Orán, Neógeno) en el río Piedras, departamento Metán, Salta,  Argentina, Boletín de Informaciones Petroleras. Tercera Epoca, v. 12-46, p. 99-107.

Hernández, R. M., Reynolds, J. H., and Disalvo, A, 1996, Análisis tectosedimentario y ubicación geocronológica del Grupo Orán en el Río Iruya: Dto. de Orán, Prov. de Salta, Boletín de  Informaciones Petroleras, (Yacimientos Petrolíferos Fisicales), v. 12-45, p. 80-93.

Malizia, D. C., Reynolds, J. H., and Tabbutt, K. D., 1995, Chronology of Neogene sedimentation, stratigraphy, and tectonism in the Campo de Talampaya Region, La Rioja Province, Argentina:  Sedimentary Geology, v. 96, p. 231-255. abstract  

Viramonte, J. G., Reynolds, J. H., Del Papa, C., and Disalvo, A., 1994, The Corte Blanco garnetiferous tuff: a distinctive late Miocene marker bed in northwestern Argentina applied to magnetic polarity stratigraphy in the Río Yacones, Salta Province: Earth and PlanetaryScience Letters, v. 121,   p. 519-531. abstract.

Del Papa, C., Disalvo, A., Reynolds, J., Pereyra, R., and Viramonte, J., 1993, Utilización de niveles  piroclásticos en correlación estratigráfica: un ejemplo para el terciario superior del noroeste  argentino: XII Congreso Geológico Argentino y II Congreso Exploracion.Hidrocarbur., Mendoza,   p. 166-171.

Reynolds, J. H., 1990, Magnetoestratigrafía de dos perfiles neógenos: Sierras Pampeanas del noroeste: XI Congreso Geológico Argentino,Actas 2, p. 271-274, San Juan. abstract

Reynolds, J. H., Jordan, T.E., Johnson, N.M., Damanti, J. and Tabbutt, K. D., 1990, Neogene Deformation of  the Flat-Subduction Segment ofthe Argentine-Chilean Andes: Magnetostratigraphic Constraints  from Las Juntas, La Rioja, Argentina: Geological Society ofAmerica Bulletin, v. 102, p. 1607-1622.   abstract

Reynolds, J. H., Jordan, T.E., and Johnson, N.M., 1987, Cronología Neogénica y velocidad de  sedimentación en la cuenca de la Troya, LaRioja . X Congreso Geológico Argentino, Actas 2, p.  109-113, Tucumán.

Reynolds, J. H., 1987, Timing and sources of Neogene and Quaternary volcanism in south-central  Guatemala (invited paper). In Williams, S. N. and Carr, M. J. (eds.), Richard E. Stoiber 75th Birthday Volume. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 33, p. 9-22. abstract

Fonner, R.F., Reynolds, James H., Cole, G.A., Jake, T.R., Fedorko, N., and Connell, D.A., 1981, Geology along the West Virginia portion ofU.S. 48. West Virginia Geological Survey Publication WV-14,  Morgantown, WV, 65 p.

Reynolds, J. H., 1980, Late Tertiary volcanic stratigraphy of northern Central America: Bulletin of Volcanology, v. 43-3, p. 601-607.

Lessing, P., Fonner, R. F., and Reynolds, J. H., 1979, Environmental Geology Folios: Mountain State Geology, p. 20-22, Morgantown, WV.

Maps

Reynolds, J. H. and others, 1980, Mapa geológico del cuadrangulo Nueva Santa Rosa (1:50,000). Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Guatemala  City, Guatemala.    

Reynolds, J. H. and others, 1980, Mapa geológico del cuadrangulo Cuilapa (1:50,000). Instituto Geográfico Nacional, Guatemala City, Guatemala.    

Reynolds, J. H., 1979, Landsat linear features of West Virginia (1:250,000). West Virginia Geological Survey Publication WV-7, Morgantown, WV. This map must be cited, as required by the West Virginia state mining regulations, in the development of all underground coal mines in an effort to prevent roof-fall accidents.