Dr. Todd A. LaMaskin       

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., 2009, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

M.S., 1995, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico

B.S., 1992, Radford University, Radford, Virginia

 

Research Interests: Mesozoic tectonics of western North America; Sedimentary Provenance; Calibration of Geologic Time

 

 

 

Todd A. LaMaskin, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Geography and Geology
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
601 South College Road
Wilmington, NC 28403-5944

 

(p) 910-962-2655

(f) 910 962-7077

 

lamaskint(AT)uncw.edu

Contact:

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Basin Analysis Research Group

...Sedimentation, Stratigraphy, Tectonics, Time...

John Russell

 

B.S. Appalachian State University

 

Research:

What influence do olistostromal deposits have on the architecture of syn-tectonic basins?: Late Triassic–Early Jurassic Aldrich Mountains basin, eastern Oregon

Wes Massoll

 

B.S. University of North Carolina Wilmington

 

Research:

Testing models for Late Triassic orogensis in the western U.S.: Provenance of the Late Triassic Hurwal Fm., southern Wallowa Mountains, Oregon: Link to GSA Abstract

 

 

Nick Moore

 

B.S. University of North Carolina Wilmington

 

Research:

Structure, Stratigraphy, and Provenance of Mesozoic Rocks, Pittsburg Landing, Idaho: Link to GSA Abstract

M.S. Students

Department of Geography and Geology

Chelsea Blanton

 

Research:

 

Can we “date” a Late Triassic carbonate succession using carbon stable-isotope stratigraphy?

 

With Dr. Chad Lane, UNCW

Undergraduate Research

Casey Albritton

 

B.S. University of South Florida

 

Research:

Locating the Carnian-Norian Boundary with Stable-isotope and Conodont Biostratigraphy, Martin Bridge Fm., southern Wallowa Mountains, Oregon: Link to GSA Abstract

 

 

Current research in the LaMaskin lab falls into two broad categories:

 

(1) Using sedimentary provenance to understand the evolution of plate margins and continental sediment dispersal systems, and

 

(2) Using stable isotope stratigraphy to establish a chronostratigraphic signature for the Late Triassic, Carnian-Norian Boundary Interval

Alex Koch

 

Research:

 

What exactly is “chert”?: Sandstone petrofacies of mélange sandstones, Baker terrane, Oregon

 

With Dr. Josh Schwartz, Cal State Northridge