M.S. 2003, Central Washington University
Morgan Salisbury recieved a masters in Geology here at Central Washington University in August of 2003. In fall of 2003 he began teaching at Central as an adjuct lecturer. Courses taught include Physical Geology (GEOL 101), Earthquakes Volcanoes and Civilization (GEOL 107), and Introduction to Environmental Geology (GEOL 108).
Morgan's primary interests are in magma dynamics and physical volcanology. His masters thesis is titled, "Magma mixing histories recorded by plagioclase from the 1915 eruption of Lassen Peak California."
Teaching and Schedule
Courses - Spring, 2005