John P. Stimac
Associate Professor, Structural Geology
At Eastern Illinois University since 1999

Ph.D. - Geology, University of Oregon, 1996
M.S. - Geology, Fort Hays State University, 1988
B.A. - Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, 1985

Contact Information

Department of Geology/Geography
Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston, IL  61920-3099

Telephone: 1-217-581-2626
Facsimile:  1-217-581-6613

Teaching Interests
Introductory Geology Structural Geology Active Tectonics
Geology of the Western United States Geologic Field Methods Tectonics
Research Interests
Tectonic rotations in the Miocene Great Basin Paleomagnetic sampling techniques
Active tectonics of the Pacific Northwest Use of ash-flow tuffs as deformation markers

Courses with web materials:  (if a course is listed, but not linked, it isn't being offered this term)
ESC 1400G: Weather and Climate
EIU 4101G: Spaceship Earth: The Present State (a senior seminar)
GEL 1300G: Earth Science
GEL 3430: Structural Geology
GEL 3440: Tectonics
GEL 3470: Planetary Geology
GEL 3470: Field Methods
GEL 4800: Geology Field Camp

Useful (?) Links

    Thanks to Jim Palandri for many of these

Last modified 10 July 2006
John P. Stimac