David Hacker | Department of Geology | Kent State University

David Hacker

Dr. David B. Hacker

My primary interests are in the overall field of structural geology, with emphasis on field mapping in the western United States.  Presently I am working on analyzing structures and volcanism related to the growth of Miocene laccoliths in southwest Utah.  I use a variety of field methods, including detailed geologic mapping, to describe local and regional structures and to decipher the evolution of deformational events.  A number of mapping projects are conducted in collaboration with government agencies such as the US Geological Survey and the Utah Geological Survey.

Job Title

Professor

Job Department

Geology

Campus

Trumbull

Phone

330-847-0571

Office Hours

Office hours as posted by door each semester, or by appointment