JEFFREY S. MARSHALL, Ph.D.

 

Professor of Geological Sciences &

University Coordinator for Undergraduate Research

 

Geological Sciences Department

Cal Poly Pomona University

3801 West Temple Ave.

Pomona, CA  91768

(909) 869-3461

 

E-Mail:  marshall@csupomona.edu

 

Home Page:  http://www.csupomona.edu/~marshall/

 

Cutting Edge Case Study:

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/earlycareer/research/marshall.html

 

(last updated 6/10)

 

 

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. (2000) - Pennsylvania State University, Geosciences Department

• Research advisors: Dr. Thomas W. Gardner, and Dr. Donald M. Fisher

• Dissertation: Active tectonics and Quaternary landscape evolution across the western Panama block, Costa Rica, Central America

                    

M.S.  (1991) - University of California, Santa Cruz, Earth Sciences Department

• Research advisors: Dr. Robert S. Anderson, and Dr. Gary B. Griggs

• Thesis: Neotectonics of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: A Look at Forearc Response to Subduction at the Middle America Trench

 

B.A.  (1984) - University of California, Santa Barbara, Geological Sciences Department

• Academic advisors: Dr. Richard H. Sibson, and Dr. Arthur G. Sylvester

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Professor (2010-present)

      • Cal Poly Pomona University, Geological Sciences Department - Pomona, CA

Associate Professor (2006-2010)

      • Cal Poly Pomona University, Geological Sciences Department - Pomona, CA

Assistant Professor (2001-2006)

      • Cal Poly Pomona University, Geological Sciences Department - Pomona, CA

Visiting Assistant Professor / Instructor (1998-2001)

      • Franklin & Marshall College, Geosciences Department - Lancaster, PA

Graduate Research & Teaching Assistant (1993-1998)

      • Pennsylvania State University, Geosciences Department - University Park, PA

Environmental Geologist (1991-1992)

      • Harding Lawson Associates - Novato, CA

Engineering Geologist (1989-1991)

      • Gary Griggs Associates - Santa Cruz, CA

Graduate Research & Teaching Assistant (1988-1991)

      • University of California Santa Cruz, Earth Sciences Department - Santa Cruz, CA 

Peace Corps Volunteer (1987-1988)

    • U.S. Peace Corps - Costa Rica, Central America

Geologic Field Mapping Assistant (1986)

      • Cal Tech, Geological Sciences Division & U.S. Forest Service - Ketchikan, Alaska


 

TEACHING

 

            Cal Poly Pomona University (2001-present)

   • Geomorphology

   • Natural Disasters

   • Principles of Geology

   • Engineering Geology

   • Watershed Restoration

   • Watershed Hydrology Field Module

   • Tectonic Geomorphology Field Module

   • Costa Rica Geology & Tectonics Field Module

   • Costa Rica Tropical Field Studies in Biology

   • Earth Science Education (service learning course for elementary education majors)

   • Earth Science Content Workshops (professional development for local teachers)

 

            Franklin & Marshall College (1998-2001)

   • Earth, Environment & Humanity (environmental geology)

   • Surface of the Earth (geomorphology)

   • Water Resources (hydrogeology)

   • Stream Restoration - Environmental Problems Capstone Seminar

 

            Pennsylvania State University (T.A. 1993-1998)

   • Geomorphology

   • The Sea Around Us (oceanography) 

 

            University of California, Santa Cruz (T.A. 1988-1991)

   • Geomorphology

   • Coastal Geology

   • Hydrology

   • Field Methods

   • Summer Field Camp

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

      • Earth surface processes: Quaternary geology, geomorphology, and geochronology

      • tectonic geomorphology, fault kinematics, earthquake hazards, paleo-seismology

      • convergent margin tectonics and landscape evolution (esp. Central America)

      • geomorphology of marine and fluvial terraces, paleo-shore deposits, river gravels

      • coastal processes, beach sediments, wave erosion, wavecut platforms, coastal cliffs 

      • geomorphology and sedimentology of mountain-front alluvial fans

      • soil geomorphology, rock weathering, hillslope erosion, regional denudation

      • fluvial geomorphology, stream channel hydrology, erosion and sediment transport

      • watershed and stream restoration: applications of geomorphic and sedimentological principles

      • flood dynamics, flood hazards, integrated watershed management and flood-control engineering

      • landslide geomorphology and hazards (landslides, debris flows, and coastal cliff failure)

      • landscape and watershed response to climate change and human land-use

      • geomorphic applications of remote sensing, GPS and GIS, numerical modeling

 

 


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

 

San Gabriel Mountain Foothills, California – Research with undergraduate students (2003-present)

      • tectonic geomorphology and sedimentology of mountain-front alluvial fans

Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica – Research with undergraduate students (2001-present)

      • marine terrace uplift, active faulting, and tectonic segmentation of the Nicoya seismic gap

   • stratigraphy and geochronology of uplifted Quaternary shallow marine and beach sediments

   • geomorphology, petrology, and provenance of Holocene beach sands and beachrock horizons

Cape Liptrap, Victoria, Australia – Keck Geology Consortium student project (2002-2003)

      • coastal tectonics, marine terrace uplift, and sedimentology of Pleistocene aeolianites

Lancaster County, Pennsylvania – Keck Geology Consortium student project (2001-2002)

      • geomorphic field assessment and GIS mapping of stream restoration projects

Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica – Keck Geology Consortium student project (1999-2001)

      • coastal tectonics and marine terrace uplift related to seamount subduction

Keewaydin Island, Rookery Bay, Florida – Keck Geology Consortium student project (1999-2000)

      • geomorphic, stratigraphic and historical air photo analysis of barrier island sediment accretion

Pacific Coast, Nicaragua – Research with colleagues (1999-2000)

      • tectonic geomorphology, structure, and stratigraphy of the Nicaraguan Pacific margin 

Michoacán and Guerrero, México – Research with colleagues (1998-1999)

      • coastal tectonics and geomorphology along the 1985 Mexico City earthquake rupture zone

Central Costa Rica – Ph.D. dissertation fieldwork (1993-1998)

      • fault kinematics and tectonic geomorphology of the Central Costa Rica deformed belt

      • active tectonics, coastal uplift, and correlation of marine and fluvial terraces, Pacific fore arc

      • volcanic stratigraphy, geochronology, and landscape evolution of the central volcanic arc

Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica – M.S. thesis fieldwork (1988-1991)

      • tectonic geomorphology and sedimentology of uplifted Quaternary marine terraces

      • 1950 Nicoya earthquake: eyewitness accounts of coseismic uplift, liquefaction, and other effects

Santa Cruz Mountains, California – graduate research assistant (1989-1991)

      • earthquake-induced ground cracking and landslide hazards, 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake

Monterey Bay and Santa Cruz Coastline, California – graduate research assistant (1988-1991)

      • beach erosion and longshore sediment transport near concrete and rip-rap sea walls

      • hillslope sediment diffusion and channel incision on marine terrace landscape

      • flow dynamics of coastal dune sands (laboratory simulation)

Tongass National Forest, Southeast Alaska – field assistant (1986)

      • geologic mapping of Taku terrane: implications for accretionary evolution of southeast Alaska

 

 


STUDENT RESEARCH ADVISING

 

Graduate Students:

Eli LaFromboise, California State Universtiy, Northridge (2006-present)

      • M.S. thesis:  Seismotectonics and earthquake hazards of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Robyn Gerth, University of California Santa Cruz, (1999-2000)

      • M.S. thesis: La Boquita Terrace, Nicaragua: Evidence for uplift of the central Pacific coast

Peter Sak, Pennsylvania State University, (1996-99)

      • M.S. thesis: Landscape evolution and structure of the central Pacific coast, Costa Rica

 

Undergraduate Students:

Shawn Morrish, Cal Poly Pomona University (2008-present)

      • senior thesis: Tectonic geomorphology of late Pleistocene fluvial and marine terraces, Río Ora and Puerto Carrillo, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Reynicole Gilbert, Cal Poly Pomona University (2008-present)

      • senior thesis: Variations in tectonic uplift patterns as determined from stream length gradient indices, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Peter Piestrzeniewicz, Cal Poly Pomona University (2007-present)

      • senior thesis: Tectonic geomorphology and digital terrain analysis using ArcGIS: Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Robert Ellis, Cal Poly Pomona University (2006-08) – M. Van Buskirk & E. Prete Jr. Scholarships

      • senior thesis: Tectonic geomorphology and provenance of uplifted alluvial gravel deposits, San Antonio Canyon and Claremont foothills, San Gabriel Mountains, Southern California

Allison Ruotolo, Cal Poly Pomona University (2006-08) – M. Van Buskirk Scholarship

      • senior thesis: Tectonic geomorphology and clast provenance of uplifted alluvial fan gravels, San Gabriel Mountain foothills, eastern Los Angeles County, California

John Utick, Cal Poly Pomona Univ. (2005-08) – Puente Hills Gem & Mineral Society Scholarship

      • senior thesis:  Geomorphology, petrology, and provenance of Holocene beach sands, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Eli LaFromboise, Cal Poly Pomona University (2005-06) – Ernest Prete, Jr. Scholarship

      • senior thesis:  Variations in Quaternary coastal emergence patterns along the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica

Lauren Annis, Cal Poly Pomona University (2004-05)

      • senior thesis:  Age correlation of uplifted Quaternary marine terraces, Nicoya Pen., Costa Rica

Jonathan (Fookgiin) Khaw, Cal Poly Pomona University (2003-05) – M. Van Buskirk Scholarship

      • senior thesis: Coastal tectonics & marine terraces, Northern Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica

Chris Horsley, Cal Poly Pomona University (2003-04) – Ernest Prete, Jr. Scholarship

      • senior thesis: Hydrogeology of the Chino Basin Aquifer, California

Terri Amborn, Cal Poly Pomona University (2002-03) – Margaret Van Buskirk Scholarship

      • senior thesis (Keck Geology Consortium field project): Evidence for active tectonics along the Australian passive margin: Quaternary marine terraces of Waratah Bay, Victoria

Aubree Gallaher, Franklin & Marshall College (2000-01)

      • senior thesis: The effects of urban growth on a barrier island beach, Ocean City, Maryland

Karyn Novakowski, Franklin & Marshall College (1999-2000)

      • senior thesis (Keck Geology Consortium field project): Barrier island accretion and geomorphic evolution of Keewaydin Island, Collier County, Florida

Bhavani Bee, Franklin & Marshall College (1998-99)

      • senior thesis (Keck Geology Consortium field project): Rapid Quaternary uplift of marine terraces: Cabo Blanco to Montezuma, Península de Nicoya, Costa Rica

Lauren Brown, Franklin & Marshall College (1998-99) – John Marshall Scholarship

      • senior thesis: Environmental and cultural impacts of eco-tourism in Costa Rica, Central America: A case study at Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

 

 


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE & HONORS

Professional Societies & Programs

      • Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), Geosciences Division Councilor (2004-present)

     • Early Career Faculty Case Study – On the Cutting Edge Program, National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT) (2006-present))

      • Peer reviewer, GSA Bulletin, GSA Books, Geomorphology, G-Cubed, Am. J. Sci. (1996-present)

      • NSF Proposal Reviewer & Panelist – Tectonics Program, International Research and Education Program, Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement (CCLI) Program (2005-present)

       • Technical Session Chair – National & Regional Professional Meetings: Geological Society of America (GSA) & American Geophysical Union (AGU) (2003-present)

      • Geosciences Division Research Mentor & Judge - Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) (2004-present)

      • NSF MARGINS program, Co-chair of Central American geologic hazards working group (2001)

      • NSF MARGINS program Field trip leader, Costa Rica workshop, SubFac & SEIZE Initiatives (2001)

Keck Geology Consortium (1998-2003)

      • Faculty sponsor (2002-03) for student on undergraduate summer research project, Active tectonics of the Australian passive margin, Cape Liptrap, Victoria, Australia

      • Project faculty (2001-02) for undergraduate summer research project, Watershed restoration in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

      • Workshop faculty (2001), Watershed assessment, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota

      • Faculty sponsor (1999-2000) for student on undergraduate summer research project, Coastal wetland and barrier island dynamics, Rookery Bay Reserve, Florida

      • Workshop faculty (1999), Costa Rica tectonics, Trinity Univ., San Antonio, Texas

      • Project faculty (1998-99) for undergraduate summer research project, Coastal geomorphology and tectonics, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, Central America

Cal Poly Pomona University (2001-present)

      • Provost’s Teacher-Scholar Award

      • Campus Coordinator for Undergraduate Research

      • Campus liaison, Council on Undergraduate Research

      • Director, College of Science International Field Studies Program

      • Senator, Cal Poly Pomona University Academic Senate

      • Chair, University General Education Assessment Committee for Physical Sciences

      • Faculty Advisory Board, Cal Poly Pomona Science, Technology, and Society Program

      • Faculty Advisory Board, Cal Poly Pomona International Studies Minor

      • Faculty Advisory Board, Cal Poly Pomona Center for GIS Research

      • University Committees – Academic Programs, General Education, and Faculty Affairs

      • College Committees – Strategic Planning Advisory, Instructional Support, Science Education

      • Director, Cal Poly Pomona Earth Science Education Service Learning Project

      • Faculty, Center for Science Education Teacher Training Workshops

      • Faculty Advisor, Cal Poly Pomona Geology Club

      • Coordinator, Geological Sciences Department visiting speaker series

      • Field trip leader, Geological Sciences Dept. annual student trip & alumni reunion trip

      • Teacher Quality Enhancement Grant (TQE) faculty working group

Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA (1998-2001)

      • Faculty leader, Geosciences and Environmental Studies field excursion to Costa Rica

      • Center for Liberal Arts & Society: Organizing committee, F&M Global Warming Colloquium

      • Faculty director, Environmental Studies Capstone Seminar - Watershed Restoration

      • Little Conestoga Watershed Alliance, Stream Restoration Working Group

      • Chesapeake Bay Watershed Educ. Program, Stream Restoration Public Education & Outreach

Pennsylvania State University (1993-98)

      • Laboratory coordinator & T.A. supervisor, Geosciences oceanography course

      • Graduate student colloquium committee

      • Field trip leader, new graduate student orientation

      • Instructor, Penn State Geosciences Day for elementary school students

      • Public radio programmer, music & public affairs, WPSU State College, PA

University of California, Santa Cruz (1988-92)

      • Co-founder UCSC Earth Sciences Tea Fund endowment for academic discussion

      • Bilingual community earthquake education outreach, Loma Prieta earthquake

      • Volunteer landslide mapping team, Loma Prieta earthquake, Santa Cruz County

      • Author & photographer, educational slide set & web site, Loma Prieta earthquake

      • Field trip consultant, Loma Prieta earthquake, Seismological Soc. of Amer. meeting

      • Field trip leader, Earth Sci. Alumni Reunion, Downtown Santa Cruz in Wake of Quake of '89

      • Public radio programmer, music & public affairs, KZSC Santa Cruz


 

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

 

• Council on Undergraduate Research

• Geological Society of America

• American Geophysical Union

• International Association of Geomorphologists

• American Quaternary Association

• Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science

• Unión Geofísica Mexicana

• Asociación Latinoamericana de Ciencias de la Tierra

• National Association of Geoscience Teachers

• National Peace Corps Association

 

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS

 

• fluent in English & Spanish

• working knowledge of German

 

 

PH.D. DISSERTATION  & M.S. THESIS

 

Marshall, J.S., 2000, Active tectonics and Quaternary landscape evolution across the western Panama block, Costa Rica, Central America, [Ph.D. Thesis]: Pennsylvania State University, 304 p.

Advisors: Dr. Thomas W. Gardner and Dr. Donald M. Fisher

 

Marshall, J.S., 1991, Neotectonics of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: A Look at Forearc Response to Subduction at the Middle America Trench, [M.S. Thesis]: University of California Santa Cruz, 196 p.

Advisor: Dr. Robert S. Anderson

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

research manuscripts and reports:

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., Morrish, S.C., Khaw, F., Piestrzeniewicz, P., Gilbert, R.C., Gardner, T.W., and Protti, M., 2009 (in preparation), Variations in Quaternary coastal emergence along the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., Fisher, D.M., Sak, P.B., and Cupper, M.L., 2009 (in preparation), Fore arc tectonics and coastal uplift along a segmented convergent margin: Costa Rica and Nicaragua, Central America.

 

Montero, W., Marshall, J., Kruse, S., Wetmore, P., and Lewis, J., 2009 (in review), Neotectonic faulting and fore arc sliver motion along the Atirro-Río Sucio fault system, Costa Rica, Central America: Geological Society of America Bulletin.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., Protti, M., and Nourse, J.A., 2009, International geosciences field research with undergraduate students: Three models for experiential learning projects investigating active tectonics of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, in Whitmeyer, S.J., Mogk, D.W., and Pyle, E.J., eds., Field Geology Education: Historical Perspectives and Modern Approaches, Geological Society of America Special Paper 461, doi: 10.1130/2009.2461(08).

 

Sak, P.B., Fisher, D.M., Gardner, T.W., Marshall, J.S., and Lafemina, P., 2009, Rough crust subduction, forearc kinematics, and Quaternary uplift rates, Costa Rican segment of the Middle American Trench: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 121, no. 7/8, p. 992-1012, doi: 10.1130/B26237.1.

 

Gardner, T., Webb, J., Pezzia, C., Amborn, T., Tunnell, R., Flanagan, S., Merritts, D., Marshall, J., Fabel, D., Cupper, M.L., 2009, Episodic intraplate deformation of stable continental margins: evidence from Late Neogene and Quaternary marine terraces, Cape Liptrap, Southeastern Australia: Quaternary Science Reviews, v. 28, no. 1, p. 39-53.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2008, Megathrust earthquakes, coastal uplift, and emergent marine terraces of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, in Bierman, P. and Montgomery, D., eds., Key Concepts in Geomorphology, Online Topical Resources, Geomorphology Vignettes, [web site]: On the Cutting Edge Program, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/ geomorph/vignettes/25559.html

 

López, A., Marshall, J.S., Chinchilla, A.L., Sak, P.B., Chiesa, S., Meschede, M., Alvarado, G.E., Calderón, M., Gazel, E., Villegas, A., and Barquero, R., 2008, The Sigma Project stress field map of Costa Rica: World Stress Map, Release 2008: Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, and Geophysical Institute, University of Karlsruhe, Germany.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2007, Geomorphology and physiographic provinces of Central America, Chapter 3, in Bundschuh, J. and Alvarado, G.E., eds., Central America: Geology, Resources and Hazards, Taylor & Francis Group, London, p. 75-122.

 

Marshall, J.S., Idleman, B.D., Gardner, T.W., and Fisher, D.M., 2003, Landscape evolution within a retreating volcanic arc, Costa Rica, Central America: Geology, v. 31, p. 419-422.

 

De Wet, A.P., Marshall, J.S., Merritts, D., and Weaver, S., 2002, Little Conestoga Creek Watershed Assessment, Lancaster, Pennsylvania: Keck Geology Consortium 15th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium Proceedings, p. 165-169.

 

Gardner, T.W., Marshall, J.S., Merritts, D.J., Protti, M., Bee, B., Burgette, R., Burton, E., Cooke, J., Kehrwald, N., Fisher, D., and Sak, P., 2001, Holocene fore arc block rotation in response to seamount subduction, southeastern Península de Nicoya, Costa Rica: Geology, v. 29, p. 151-154.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2001, Natural Hazards and Effects on Local Populations: Applications of NSF MARGINS research to hazards mitigation in Central America: in Silver, E. and Dixon, T., eds., NSF MARGINS Program Workshop Report: Central America Seismogenic Zone and Subduction Factory Initiatives, 15 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., Fisher, D.M., Sak, P.B., and Protti, M., 2001, Quaternary neotectonics of the Costa Rican coastal fore arc: Field Guide for National Science Foundation MARGINS Program Workshop on Central American Tectonics, Heredia, Costa Rica, July 2001, 62 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., Fisher, D.M., and Gardner, T.W., 2000, Central Costa Rica deformed belt: Kinematics of diffuse faulting across the western Panama block, Tectonics, v. 19, p. 468-492.

 

Gardner, T.W., Beutner, E.C., Marshall, J.S., Merritts, D.J., and Protti, M., 1999, Effects of seamount subduction on fore arc kinematics and origin of the Nicoya Complex, Costa Rica: 12th Keck Research Symposium in Geology Proceedings, p. 161-167.

 

Fisher, D.M., Gardner, T.W., Marshall, J.S., Sak, P.B., and Protti, M., 1998, Effect of subducting sea-floor roughness on fore-arc kinematics, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Geology, v. 26, p. 467-470.

 

Marshall, J.S., and Anderson, R.S., 1995, Quaternary uplift and seismic cycle deformation, Península de Nicoya, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 107, p. 463-473.

 

Fisher, D.M., Gardner, T.W., Marshall, J.S., and Montero, W., 1994, Kinematics associated with late Cenozoic deformation in central Costa Rica: Western boundary of the Panama microplate: Geology, v. 22, p. 263-266.

 

Marshall, J.S., and Griggs, G.B., 1991, Ground crack monitoring program, in Keefer, D.K., ed., Geologic hazards in the Summit Ridge area, Santa Cruz Mountains, Santa Cruz County, California, evaluated in response to the October 17, 1989, Loma Prieta earthquake: Report of the Technical Advisory Group: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-618, p. 210-221.

 

Griggs, G.B., Marshall, J.S., Rosenbloom, N.A., and Anderson, R.S., 1991, Ground cracking in the Santa Cruz Mountains generated by the October 17, 1989 earthquake, in Baldwin, J.E. and Sitar, N., eds., Loma Prieta earthquake: Engineering geologic perspectives: Association of Engineering Geologists Special Publication #1, p. 25-41.

 

Griggs, G.B., Rosenbloom, N.A., and Marshall, J.S., 1990, Investigation and monitoring of ground cracks and landslides initiated by the 10/17/89 Loma Prieta earthquake: Final report to the Army Corps of Engineers: Santa Cruz, California, Gary Griggs Associates, 216 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 1990, History of landsliding and ground cracking in the Santa Cruz Mountains associated with the earthquakes of 1865, 1868, and 1906: Santa Cruz, California, Gary Griggs Associates, 26 p.

 

field guides:

 

Marshall, J.S., 2010, Field Guide to Watershed Restoration Projects along the Los Angeles River, Pasadena California: Geological Sciences Department, Cal Poly Pomona University, 11 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2010, Field Guide to Watershed Restoration Projects along the Arroyo Seco, Pasadena California: Geological Sciences Department, Cal Poly Pomona University, 3 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2004, Field guide to the San Antonio Canyon Watershed, San Gabriel Mountains, Southern California: Geological Sciences Department, Cal Poly Pomona University, 23 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2002, Tectonic Geomorphology of the San Diego County Coastal Zone, Field trip guide: Geological Sciences Department, Cal Poly Pomona University, 35 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., Fisher, D.M., Sak, P.B., and Protti, M., 2001, Quaternary neotectonics of the Costa Rican coastal fore arc: Field Guide for National Science Foundation MARGINS Program Workshop on Central American Tectonics, Heredia, Costa Rica, July 2001, 62 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 1999, Field guide to the stream restoration projects of Lititz Run, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Geosciences Department, Franklin & Marshall College, 6 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 1999, Field guide to the Tucquan Creek watershed, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: Geosciences Department, Franklin & Marshall College, 11 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., White, T.S., and Alley, R.B., 1997, Karst geomorphology of the Nittany Valley area, Central Pennsylvania, Field trip guide: Geosciences Department, Pennsylvania State University, 40 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., Anderson, R.S., and Weber, G.E., 1990, Geomorphology of the San Andreas fault zone, Field trip guide: Earth Sciences Department, University of California Santa Cruz, 32 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 1990, Tour of downtown Santa Cruz in the wake of the quake of '89, Field trip guide for the 1990 alumni reunion, Earth Sciences Department, University of California Santa Cruz, 18 p.

 

text books:

 

Nourse, J.A., Marshall, J.S., and Berry, D.R., 2003, Practical Earth Science Exercises, 2nd Edition: Dubuque, IA, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., 118 p.

 

abstracts:

 

LaFromboise, E., Marshall, J., Simila, G., Protti, M., and Quintero, R., 2010, Neotectonics of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 42, no. 4, p. 100, Abstract 48-12.

 

Morrish, S.C., Butcher, A.J., Ritzinger, B.T., Wellington, K.L., and Marshall, J.S., 2010, Tectonic geomorphology and earthquake hazards of the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica, Central America: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 42, no. 4, p. 64, Abstract 18-25.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2010, International geosciences field research with undergraduate students: Three models for experiential learning projects investigating active tectonics and earthquake hazards of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula: Cal Poly Pomona University, Conversations about Teaching and Learning – 2nd Annual Provost’s Symposium on Faculty Teaching, Abstracts Volume.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2009, Megathrust earthquakes, coastal uplift, and emergent marine terraces of Costa Rica's Nicoya Peninsula: Cal Poly Pomona University, 2nd Annual Provost’s Symposium on Faculty Scholarship, Abstracts Volume.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., Protti, M., and Nourse, J.A., 2009, International geosciences field research with undergraduate students: Three models for experiential learning projects investigating active tectonics of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 41, no. 7, p. 601, Abstract 236-14.

 

Morrish, S.C., Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., Piestrzeniewicz, P., and Protti, M., 2009, Coastal uplift and stream piracy as indicators of net seismic cycle deformation along the Costa Rica Pacific margin: Puerto Carrillo Headland and Río Ora Valley, Nicoya Peninsula: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 41, no. 7, p. 674, Abstract 259-3.

 

Morrish, S.C., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., Piestrzeniewicz, P., and Marshall, J.S., 2009, Earthquakes, tectonic uplift, and stream piracy: Río Ora, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: 17th Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research (SCCUR), Program with Abstracts.

 

LaFromboise, E., Marshall, J., Simila, G., Utick, J., Morrish, S., Gardner, T., and Protti, M., 2009, Patterns of upper plate deformation along the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica: 2009 AAPG-SEG West Coast Student Research Exposition, California State University Northridge, Program with Abstracts.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2009, Integrating research into the undergraduate geosciences curriculum: The San Gabriel Mountain foothills geomorphology field research project: Cal Poly Pomona University, Conversations about Teaching and Learning – 1st Annual Provost’s Symposium on Faculty Teaching, Abstracts Volume.

 

Morrish, S. and Marshall, J., 2009, Neotectonics and geomorphology of Quaternary marine and fluvial terraces at Puerto Carrillo and Río Ora, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Cal Poly Pomona University, College of Science 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, 2009.

 

Morrish, S. and Marshall, J., 2009, Neotectonics and geomorphology of Quaternary marine and fluvial terraces at Puerto Carrillo and Río Ora, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Cal Poly Pomona University Student Research and Creative Activity Poster Exhibition

 

Marshall, J.S., 2008, Tectonic geomorphology and earthquake hazards of the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica, Central America: Cal Poly Pomona University, 1st Annual Provost’s Symposium on Faculty Scholarship, Abstracts Volume.

 

Morrish, S. and Marshall, J., 2008, Neotectonics and geomorphology of Quaternary marine and fluvial terraces at Puerto Carrillo and Río Ora, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: 16th Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research (SCCUR), Program with Abstracts.

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., Khaw, F., Morrish, S.C., Piestrzeniewicz, P., Protti, M., Gardner, T.W., Sak, P.B., Fisher, D.M., and Spotila, J.A., 2008, Coastal tectonics of the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, Abstract 163-5.

 

Sak, P., Fisher, D., Gardner, T., Marshall, J., and LaFemina, P., 2008, Relationship among rough crust subduction, forearc kinematics, and Quaternary uplift rates, Costa Rican segment of the Middle America Trench: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, Abstract 163-4.

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., Khaw, F., Morrish, S.C., Piestrzeniewicz, P., Gardner, T.W., Protti, M., and Spotila, J.A., 2008, Tectonic geomorphology and paleoseismology of the Nicoya Peninsula seismogenic zone, Costa Rica, in Bangs, N., Reed, D., Saffer, D., and Schwartz, S., eds., NSF MARGINS Program, The Next Decade of the Seismogenic Zone Experiment, 22-26 September 2008, Mt. Hood, Oregon, Abstract Volume, Palisades, New York, National Science Foundation MARGINS Program,  p. 25.

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., Khaw, F., Morrish, S.C., Piestrzeniewicz, P., Gilbert, R.C., Gardner, T.W., and Protti, J.M., 2008, Tectonic geomorphology and forearc deformation along the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica, in Gamboa, E., Alvarado, G.E., Denyer, P., Lücke, D., Mora, R., Bolaños, K., and Arredondo, S., eds., IX Congreso Geológico de América Central, 2-4 Julio 2008, San José, Costa Rica, Memoria: Programa y Resúmenes, San Pedro, Montes de Oca, Costa Rica, Universidad de Costa Rica, p. 122-123.

 

López, A., Marshall, J.S., Chinchilla, A.L., Sak, P.B., Chiesa, S., Alvarado, G.E., Gazel, E., 2008, Stress field map of Costa Rica: The Sigma Project, in Gamboa, E., Alvarado, G.E., Denyer, P., Lücke, D., Mora, R., Bolaños, K., and Arredondo, S., eds., IX Congreso Geológico de América Central, 2-4 Julio 2008, San José, Costa Rica, Memoria: Programa y Resúmenes, San Pedro, Montes de Oca, Costa Rica, Universidad de Costa Rica, p. 112.

 

Ruotolo, A.M., Ellis, R.A., and Marshall, J.S., 2008, Tectonic geomorphology and clast provenance of uplifted alluvial fan gravels, San Gabriel Mountain Foothills, eastern, Los Angeles County, California: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 40, no. 1, Abs. 16-1, p. 64.

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Gardner, T.W., and Protti, M., 2007, Segmented fore arc deformation along the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 88, Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs T53A-1121.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2007, Riding the waves of San Andreas: Geologic and engineering aspects of the 17 October 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake, Santa Cruz, California: Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists, Inland Empire Chapter Newsletter, v. 3, no. 10, October 2007.

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Gardner, T.W., and Protti, M., 2007, Upper plate faulting and uplift along the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, northern Costa Rica fore arc, in Silver, E., Plank, T., Hoernle, K., Protti, M., Alvarado, G., and González, V., eds., NSF MARGINS Program Workshop to Integrate Subduction Factory and Seismogenic Zone Studies in Central America, 18-22 June 2007, Heredia, Costa Rica, Abstract Volume, Boston, Massachusetts, National Science Foundation MARGINS Program, p. 70.

 

Gardner, T., Pezzia, C., Amborn, T., Tunnell, R., Flanagan, S., Merritts, D., Marshall, J., Webb, J., Fabel, D., and Cupper, M.L. 2007, Deformation of late Neogene and Quaternary marine terraces, Cape Liptrap, southeastern Victoria, Australia: XVII INQUA Congress Abstracts, Quaternary International, v. 167/168, p. 132.

 

Ruotolo, A.M., Ellis, R.A., and Marshall, J.S., 2007, Geomorphology and tectonics of uplifted alluvial fan remnants along the San Gabriel Mountain Foothills, San Dimas and La Verne, Los Angeles County, California: Cal Poly Pomona University, College of Science 2nd Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, 2007.

 

Sak, P.B., Fisher, D.M., Gardner, T.W., Lafemina, P., and Marshall, J.S., 2006, Interseismic coupling, Quaternary uplift rates, and fore arc deformation along the Costa Rican segment of the Middle America Trench: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 87, Fall Meeting Supplement Abs. T21D-0445.

 

Singer, J., and Marshall, J., 2006, The Los Angeles and Buffalo Rivers: Restoration of urban river systems and opportunities for student learning: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v.38, no.5, Abs. 88-7.

 

Gardner, T., Pezzia, C., Amborn, T., Tunnell, R., Flanagan, S., Merritts, D., Marshall, J., Webb, J., Fabel, D., Cupper, M., 2006, Intraplate deformation of late Neogene and Quternary marine terraces, Cape Liptrap, southeastern Victoria, Australia: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, no. 5, Abs. 24-11.

 

Ellis, R.A., Ruotolo, A.M., and Marshall, J.S., 2006, Quaternary alluvial fan deposition and active faulting along the San Gabriel Mountain front, San Dimas and Marshall Canyons, Los Angeles County, California: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, no. 5, p. 8, Abs. 6-3.

 

Utick, J.D., Marshall, J.S., and LaFromboise, E.J., 2006, Geomorphology and petrology of Holocene beach deposits and adjacent basaltic bedrock, Northern Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, no. 5, p. 8, Abs. 6-2.

 

LaFromboise, E.J., Marshall, J.S., and Utick, J.D., 2006, Differential upper plate deformation in response to contrasts in subducting seafloor roughness, Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, no. 5, p. 8, Abs. 6-1.

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., 2006, In the wake of flat subduction: Upper-plate tectonics across a steep to flat slab transition, Pacific margin, Costa Rica, Central America: Backbone of the Americas, Patagonia to Alaska, 3-7 April 2006, Mendoza, Argentina, GSA Specialty Meetings Abstracts with Programs, No. 2, p. 38, Abs. 3-12.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., and Protti, M., 2005, International field research with undergraduate students: Investigating active tectonics of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 86(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs. ED41B-03.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2005, Costa Rica, Central America: A prime destination for international Earth science field experience: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 37, no. 7, p. 191, Abs. 80-1.

 

Marshall, J.S., LaFromboise, E.J., Utick, J.D., Khaw, F., Annis, L.K., Parra, J.G., and Protti, M., 2005, Variations in Quaternary coastal emergence along the Nicoya Peninsula seismic gap, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 37, no. 7, p. 560, Abs. 256-12.

 

Marshall, J.S., Annis, L.K., Khaw, F., Parra, J.G., and Protti, M., 2004, Coastal deformation patterns along the Nicoya seismic gap, Pacific coast, Costa Rica, Central America: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 85(47), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs. T13C-1393.

 

Marshall, J.S., Khaw, F., Parra, J.G., Annis, L.K., and Protti, M., 2004, Undergraduate geosciences field research in Costa Rica, Central America:  A study of marine terrace uplift and subduction cycle earthquakes: Council on Undergraduate Research, 10th National Conference, Workshop and Poster Abstracts, p. 46.

 

Khaw, F., and Marshall, J.S., 2004, Active tectonics and Quaternary marine terraces along a convergent plate margin, Península de Nicoya, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 36, no. 4, p. 91, Abs. 42-11.

 

Marshall, J.S., Khaw, F., Parra, J.G., Annis, L.K., and Protti, M., 2003, Marine terraces, subduction earthquakes, and Quaternary uplift of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, Central America: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, no. 6, p. 515, Abs. 224-22.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2003, The Peace Corps experience and cooperative international geosciences research and education in Costa Rica, Central America: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, no. 6, p. 39, Abs. 10-13.

 

Amborn, T.A., Marshall, J.S.*, and Gardner, T.W.*, 2003, Active tectonics along a passive margin coastline: The marine terraces of Waratah Bay, Victoria, Australia: 11th Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research, Program with abstracts, p. 49, (*faculty mentors).

 

Khaw, F., Parra, J.G., and Annis, L.K., and Marshall, J.S.*, 2003, Marine terraces, subduction earthquakes, and Quaternary uplift of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, Central America: 11th Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research, Program with abstracts, p. 158, (*faculty mentor).

 

Marshall, J.S. and Vannuchi, P., 2003, Forearc deformation influenced by subducting plate morphology and upper plate discontinuity, Pacific Coast, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v.35, no.4, p. 74, Abs. 33-3.

 

Amborn, T.A., Marshall, J.S., and Gardner, T.W., 2003, Evidence for active tectonics along the Australian passive margin: Quaternary marine terraces of Waratah Bay, Victoria: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, no. 4, p. 16, Abs. 9-10.

 

Marshall, J.S., 2003, Active tectonics of the Costa Rican Pacific margin: Joint Meeting of the South Coast Geological Society and the San Diego Association of Geologists, in SCGS and SDAG Newsletters, March 2003, p. 1-2.

 

Bayrd, G.B., Davis, A.G., Harris, N.J., De Wet, A.P., Marshall, J.S., Merritts, D., Weaver, S., 2002, Geomorphic assessment of Swarr Run in the Little Conestoga Watershed, Lancaster, Pa.: Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section Meeting, Abstracts with Programs, Paper #32114.

 

Bowers, A.L., Fallon, J., Hawes, A.G., De Wet, A.P., Marshall, J.S., Merritts, D., Weaver, S., 2002, Geomorphic assessment of Bachman Run in the Little Conestoga Watershed, Lancaster, Pa.: Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section Meeting, Abstracts with Programs, Paper #31892.

 

Cavanaugh, K., Manion, L.M., Orsher, J.N., Tomlinson, J.L., De Wet, A.P., Marshall, J.S., Merritts, D., Weaver, S., 2002, An assessment of the impact of land use on Long’s Park Creek in the Little Conestoga Watershed, Lancaster, Pa.: Geological Society of America, Northeastern Section Meeting, Abstracts with Programs, Paper #32137.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., and Fisher, D.M., 2001, A framework for fluvial terrace correlation along a segmented tectonic coastline, Costa Rica, Central America: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 33, no. 6, p. A70, 2001.

 

Fisher, D.M., Gardner, T.W., Sak, P.B., Marshall, J.S., and Protti, M., 2001, Uplift patterns in the forearc of the Middle America Trench, Costa Rica: Implications for mass balance and fore-arc kinematics: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 82, p. F1151.

 

Novakowski, K.I., Marshall, J.S., and Tedesco, L.P., 2001, Applications of aerial photography and GIS for measuring rates of barrier island accretion Keewaydin Island, Collier County, Florida, Proc. of 2nd Biennial NOAA Coastal GeoTools Conference, Charleston, S.C., January 8-11, 2001.

 

Novakowski, K.I., Marshall, J.S., and Tedesco, L.P., 2000, Barrier island accretion and the geomorphic evolution of Keewaydin Island, Collier County, Florida, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, no. 1, p. A62.

 

Gardner, T.W., Fisher, D.M., Marshall, J.S., and Sak, P.B., 2000, Fore arc deformation, segmentation, and drainage evolution in response to seamount subduction along an eroding margin, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 81, p. F1206

 

Gerth, R., Silver, E., Marshall, J., Duarte, M., Carr, M., McIntosh, K., Strauch, W., Sweet, S., Kling, S., and Protti, M., 1999, La Boquita terrace, Nicaragua: Evidence for uplift of the central Pacific coastal zone: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v.80, p. F1033

 

Marshall, J.S., and Idleman, B.D., 1999, 40Ar/39Ar age constraints on Quaternary landscape evolution of the central volcanic arc and Orotina debris fan, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, no.7, p. A479.

 

Gardner, T.W., Marshall, J.S., Merritts, D.J., Bee, B., Burgettte, R., Burton, E., Cooke, J., Kerhwald, N., Protti, M., Sak, P., and Fisher, D., 1999, Holocene fore arc deformation in response to seamount subduction, Península de Nicoya, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, no. 7, p. A48.

 

Burgette, R. J., Shearer, M. T., Gardner, T. W., Protti, M., Marshall, J. S., Merritts, D. J., 1999, Holocene deformation in response to subducting seamounts, southern Peninsula de Nicoya, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section, 51st annual meeting, Abstracts with Programs, v. 31 p. 6.

 

Cooke, M.J., Gardner, T.W., Marshall, J.S., and Merritts, D.J., 1999, Forearc deformation in response to subducting seamounts, Península de Nicoya, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America South-Central Section, Abstracts with Programs.   

 

Marshall, J.S., Ramírez, M.T., Zamorano, J.J., Flores, P., and Perez, C.A., 1998, Quaternary uplift and large earthquake recurrence along the Pacific coast of Michoacán, México: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 79, no. 45, p. F875.

 

Ramírez, M.T., Zamorano, J.J., Ortiz, M., Urrutia-Fucugauchi, J., Reyna, R., Rodriguez, R., León, E., and Marshall, J.S., 1998, Quaternary tectonic uplift along the Pacific coast of Jalisco, southwest México: Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, v. 79, no. 45, p. F875.

 

Ramírez, M.T., Marshall, J.S., and Zamorano, J.J., 1998, Uplifted Holocene terraces and tectonic deformation of the Michoacán coast, southern México: GEOS, Proceedings of the Unión Geofísica Mexicana (Reunión Anual 1998), v. 18, no .4, p.306.

 

Sak, P.B., Fisher, D.M., Gardner, T.W., Protti, M., Marshall, J.S., 1997, Recent landscape evolution and fault kinematics related to basement-exposed blocks, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 29, no. 7, p. A442.

 

Gardner, T.W., Fisher, D.M., Marshall, J.S. Protti, M., 1997, Effect of subducting seafloor roughness on drainage basin evolution and morphology in the forearc of Costa Rica: International Association of Geomorphologists, Program with Abstracts, Fourth International Geomorphology Conference, August 1997, Bologna, Italy.

 

Fisher, D.M., Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., Protti, M., 1996, Forearc faulting and uplift near the subducting rough-smooth boundary, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 28, no. 7, p. A249.

 

Marshall, J.S., Gardner, T.W., Fisher, D.M., 1995, Active tectonics across the western Caribbean-Panama boundary and the subducting rough-smooth boundary, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, p. A124.

 

Fisher, D.M., Gardner, T.W., Protti, M., and Marshall, J.S., 1995, The effect of subducting seafloor roughness on forearc kinematics, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, no. 6, p. A124.

 

Marshall, J.S., 1994, Evolution of the Orotina debris fan, Pacific coast, Costa Rica: Late Cenozoic tectonism along the western boundary of the Panama microplate: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 26, no. 7, p. A207.

 

Marshall, J.S., Fisher, D.M., and Gardner, T.W., 1993, Western margin of the Panama microplate, Costa Rica: Kinematics of faulting along a diffuse plate boundary: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 25, no. 6, p. A284.

 

Gardner, T.W., Fisher, D.M., and Marshall, J.S., 1993, Western boundary of the Panama microplate, Costa Rica: Geomorphological and structural constraints: International Association of Geomorphologists, 3rd International Geomorphology Conference, August 23-28, 1993, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Programme with Abstracts, p. 143.

 

Marshall, J.S., Anderson, R.S., and Brenes-Marin, J.A., 1990, Geomorphic evidence and oral histories from coastal Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, reveal crustal response to subduction at the Middle America Trench: Programas y Resumenes de Ponencias, VII Congreso Geológico de América Central 19-23 de Noviembre 1990, San José, Costa Rica, abstract # 31.

 

Anderson, R.S., Marshall, J.S., and Brenes-Marin, J.A., 1989, Evidence of repeated coseismic uplift along the southern coast of the Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica: Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v. 21, p. A92.

 

 

teaching slide sets:

 

Marshall, J.S., 2000, Stream Restoration in Lancaster County, PA. [slides & guidebook]: Geosciences Department, Franklin & Marshall College, 41 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 1990, The Loma Prieta earthquake: Educational slide set, [30 slides & guidebook]: Earth Sciences Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, 11p.

 

Marshall, J.S., and Orange, D.L., 1990, The 17 October 1989 Santa Cruz Mountains ("Loma Prieta") earthquake: Slide set and teaching collection, [40 slides and guidebook]: Earth Sciences Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, 13 p.

 

 

web sites:

 

Marshall, J.S., 2008, College of Science International Field Studies Program: Costa Rica, Central America – 2008: Cal Poly Pomona University, Geological Sciences Department,

http://www.csupomona.edu/~marshall/CR08.Fld.Stud.htm

 

Marshall, J.S., 2008, Megathrust earthquakes, coastal uplift, and emergent marine terraces of Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula, in Bierman, P. and Montgomery, D., eds., Teaching Geomorphology in the 21st Century, Topical Resources, [web site]: On the Cutting Edge Program, Science Education Resource Center,

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/geomorph/vignettes/25559.html

 

Marshall, J.S., 2008, Geomorphology - Cal Poly Pomona University: Course Goals and Syllabus Database - Geomorphology, [web site]: On the Cutting Edge Program, Science Education Resource Center,

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/coursedesign/goalsdb/23530.html

 

Marshall, J.S., 2008, Geomorphology Field Research Project: Teaching Activities Database - Geomorphology, [web site]: On the Cutting Edge Program, Science Education Resource Center,

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/geomorph/activities/23470.html

 

Marshall, J.S., 2008, Drainage Basin Field Lab: Teaching Activities Database - Geomorphology, [web site]: On the Cutting Edge Program, Science Education Resource Center,

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/geomorph/activities/23468.html

 

Ormand, C., and Marshall, J.S., 2006, Dr. Jeff Marshall Case Study: Early Career Geoscience Faculty: Teaching, Research, and Managing Your Career, [web site]: On the Cutting Edge Program, Science Education Resource Center,  

http://serc.carleton.edu/NAGTWorkshops/earlycareer/research/marshall.html

 

Marshall, J.S., 2005, The 2004 Sumatra earthquake and Indian Ocean tsunami, Lecture notes: Cal Poly Pomona University, Geological Sciences Department, http://www.csupomona.edu/~marshall/Ind_Oc_Tsunami_Lec.v4.htm

 

Riedel, S.J. and Marshall, J.S., 2000, Field Excursion to Costa Rica, [web site]: Franklin & Marshall College, Department of Earth and Environment,

http://www.fandm.edu/x7895.xml

 

Marshall, J.S., Orange, D.L., Hochstaedter, A., and Overton, J., 1995, The 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake: Earth Sciences Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, http://www.es.ucsc.edu/~es10/fieldtripEarthQ/EarthQWelcome.html

 

miscellaneous:

 

Marshall, J.S., 1996, Algunos Momentos de la Vida Tica: Una Colección de Fotografías de Costa Rica presentado al Archivo Nacional: J.S. Marshall, San Diego, California, 64 p.

 

Marshall, J.S., 1996, Costa Rica Papagayo project is not “eco-tourism”: Contours, the Quarterly Journal of the Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism, v. 7, no. 8, p. 25

 

Marshall, J.S., 1995, Uncontrolled development and ecological destruction continue: Costa Rica Los Sueños project, another bad dream?: Contours, the Quarterly Journal of the Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism, v. 7, no. 4, p. 10