The University of Tennessee 

at Martin

   
     
   

STAN P. DUNAGAN Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor of Geology / The University of Tennessee at Martin

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

 

Curriculum Vitae

(Adobe Acrobat  [. pdf]  format)

 

 

GEOLOGY PROGRAM:

 

Geology Home Page

Geology Faculty

Geology Course Index

 

 

DEPARTMENT LINKS:

 

Department Home Page

Faculty & Staff

Newsletter

Facilities & Building

GeoClub

 

 

UT MARTIN LINKS:

 

College of Eng & Nat Sci.

UT Martin Home Page

 


 

CONTACT INFORMATION:

 

E-Mail:

sdunagan@utm.edu

 

Surface Mail:

Stan P. Dunagan

Dept. of Geology, Geography, and Physics

208-E Johnson EPS Building

The Univ. of Tennessee at Martin

Martin, TN 38238-5039 USA

 

Office Telephone:

731.587.7959

 

Main Office FAX:

731.587.7434

COURSE LINKS


FALL 2002

 

 

 

Geology 111

 

 


OTHER LINKS


 

 

 

 

 

Stan P. Dunagan serves as an Adjunct Professor of Geology in the Department of Geology, Geography, and Physics in addition to his duties as Assistant Coordinator of Online and University Studies at UT Martin.  As a geologist, Dr. Dunagan enjoys teaching physical geology and is responsible for many of the department's human and regional geography courses including:

His service to the university includes 

 

Dr. Dunagan's scholarly interests include:

  • the paleoecology and sedimentology of the Upper Cretaceous Coon Creek Formation (Tennessee);

  • the paleoecology and sedimentology of the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation (Colorado); &

  • the paleoecology, sedimentology, and diagenesis of the Pegram Formation (Devonian), Middle Tennessee.

Dr. Dunagan has visited 48 states, portions of Canada, Mexico, Britian, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, Haiti, Grand Cayman, and Jamaica.  In addition to travel, he enjoys tennis, golf, working on his farm, hunting, and reading.

 

For more detailed information about Dr. Dunagan's courses, professional record, or the Geology program at UT Martin, please utilize the links to various web pages indicated on the left frame.

 


04 September 2002 09:18