James Stroh Faculty Information

Academic Degrees

BS 1968 from San Diego State University
MS 1972 from the University of Washington
PhD 1975 from the University of Washington

Teaching Topics, last 4 years

Ground-water hydrology
Petrology (that's rocks)
Desert geoecology
General physical geology
Geographic Information Systems


Geographic Information Systems in an undergraduate teaching environment
Thurston County, WA ground-water
Lakes of Thurston County
Saline Valley, CA soils and plant distributions
Geology of the Saline Range, CA and Geology of the northern Death Valley and Eureka Valley, CA region.

This side-aperature radar image shows an oblique view of Saline Valley looking southwest. The Saline Range lies on the left and the 11,00 foot high Inyo Mountains across the valley. The very small bright "green spot" in the left-of-center distance is a salt lake. More information is available for this Saline Valley imagefrom NASA.


Hobby - geology
Recreational reading - earth science
Recreation - geology and geoecology, running
Outside activities - hiking to far away place to do geolgy and geoecology
Home life - rather dull (see above)

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made by J. Stroh, Aug 8, 1996