Daniel A. Laó Dávila's Laboratory



Associate Professor

Office:     203G Noble Research Center
Phone:     1.405.744.7725
Fax:         1.405.744.7841
Ph.D.       2008 Department of Geology and Planetary Science, University of Pittsburgh
M.S.        2002 Department of Earth Sciences, Florida International University
B.S.         2000 (Honors) Geology Department,  niversity of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez


Structural Geology and Plate Tectonics Laboratory

    The laboratory has state of the art equipment to support structural geology and tectonic analyses, and for conducting GPS surveys, processing, rock deformation analysis, and geologic mapping.
    In addition, a variety of equipment is available.

    Three computers with ArcGIS, MOVE, and drawing software installed.

    Four Trimble NetRS receivers with Zephyr antennas, batteries, solar panels, hardware, and mounting equipment will be purchased during the summer.

    Two computers will be additionally equipped with GAMMIT-GLOBK and GIPSY-OASIS for processing of GPS data.

    A color printer will also be purchased.

    The laboratory also contains an AutoLab 550-D, a manually controlled rock deformation system.

    Petrographic microscope with Nikon camera.

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