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Adam Kent is the Interim Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Advancement. In his leadership role, he helps identify research opportunities within and across disciplinary boundaries; supports the development, acquisition and management of equipment and facilities that advance CEOAS research; engages in long-range planning including new faculty hires; and assists with faculty advancement and mentoring. Kent studies the behavior and evolution of magmatic and volcanic systems. He earned his Ph.D. in geology and geochemistry from the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
High temperature geochemistry, Igneous petrology, In-situ elemental and isotopic analysis
Behavior and evolution of magmatic and volcanic systems. Studies of silicate melt inclusions. Development and application of in-situ trace element and isotopic measurement techniques in the Earth Sciences.
B.Sc. (Hons) Geology , University of New England, Australia, 1989
Ph.D. Geology and Geochemistry, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 1995
GEO 203 - Evolution of Planet Earth
GEO 412/512 - Igneous Petrology
GEO 430/530 - Geochemistry
GEO 535 - Geochemical Analysis Techniques
GEO 499 - Undergraduate Research Seminar
GEO 599 - Topics in Petrology and Geochemistry
GEO 622 - Advanced Petrology
Jeremiah Oxford, MS, 2006
Early Oligocene Intrusions in the Central Coast Range ofOregon : Petrography, Geochemistry, Geochronology and Implications forthe Tertiary Magmatic Evolution of the Cascadia Forearc
Cristina Darr, MS, 2006
Magma Chamber Processes Over the Past 475,000 Years at MountHood , Oregon: Insights From Crystal Zoning and Crystal SizeDistribution Studies
Michael Rowe (joint with Roger Nielsen) PhD, 2006
Microanalytical And Experimental Techniques For Interpreting Magma Genesis In The Cascadia Subduction Zone
Ashley Hatfield (joint with Roger Nielsen) MS, 2008
The age and origin of Snow Peak, Oregon
Allison Weinsteiger Ph.D. 2010
MORB and ocean crust formation processes, Melt inclusion formation
Alison Koleszar Ph.D. 2011
Volatile contents, eruptive controls and petrology of Mount Hood andesites
Morgan Salisbury Ph.D. 2011
Ignimbrite correlation in the Altiplano-Puna volcanic complex; Tunupa Volcano, Bolivia; Sumatran tephras
Matt Loewen M.S. 2011
Measurement of volatile metals using LA-ICP-MS, Mobility of volatile metals in volcanic systems
Daniel Eungard (M.S.) 2012
Early high Cascade silicic volcanism : analysis of the McKenzie Canyon and Lower Bridge tuff
Matthew Loewen (Ph.D.) 2013
Volatile Mobility of Trace Metals in Volcanic Systems.
Christine Chan (M.S.) 2012
Constructing a sheeted magmatic complex within the lower arc crust: insights from the Tenpeak pluton, North Cascades, Washington
Allan Lerner (M.S.) 2015
Insights into the Geochemical Evolution of the Youngest Toba Tuff (Sumatra, Indonesia) Magma Chamber Through the Lens of Zircon-hosted Melt Inclusions
Jenny DiGiulio (M.S.) 2015
Reconstructing the Physical Record of a Four-Million-Year Volcanic System : Geochemistry, Thermobarometry, and Geologic Map of the Mount Jefferson Area, Oregon
Richard Bradshaw (Ph.D.) 2017
Crystal Records of the Origin, Evolution, and Thermal Histories of Magmas
Brad Pitcher (Ph.D.) 2017
The Deschutes Formation: evidence of extension-enhanced explosivity in the early High Cascades
Origin of magmas from Harrat Ithnayn, Saudi Arabia
Heterogeneity of magmam supply over a single caldera cycle, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
Magma storage conditions is supervolcano systems
KENT, A.J.R. & COOPER, K.M. (2017) How well do zircons record the thermal histories of magmatic systems? (in press, Geology).
*CHAN, C.F., SHEA, E.K., KENT, A.J.R., MILLER, R.B., MILLER, J. & BOWRING, S. A. (2017) Formation of a sheeted magma complex within the deep-crustal Tenpeak pluton, North Cascades, Washington. Geosphere, 13, 1-30, https://doi.org/10.1130/GES01323.1.
KENT, A.J.R. & KOLESZAR, A.M. (2017) Summary of Recent Petrological and Geochemical Studies of Mount Hood, Oregon. p 77-98 in Scott, W.E., and Gardner, C.A., 2017, Field-trip guide to Mount Hood, Oregon, highlighting eruptive history and hazards: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2017–5022–G, 115 p., https://doi.org/10.3133/sir20175022g.
*BRADSHAW, R. & KENT, A.J.R. (2017) The analytical limits of modeling short diffusion timescales Chemical Geology, doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2017.07.018.
RUBIN, A.E., COOPER, K.M., TILL, C.B., KENT, A.J.R., COSTA, F, GRAVLEY, D., DEERING, C., AND COLE, J. (2017) Rapid cooling and cold storage in a silicic magma reservoir recorded within individual crystals Science, 356, 1154-1156
*PITCHER, B., KENT, A.J.R., GRUNDER, A.L., & DUNCAN, R.A. (2017) Frequency and Volumes of Ignimbrite Eruptions Following the Late Neogene Initiation of the Central Oregon High Cascades. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 339, 1-22.
DUNCAN, R.A., KENT, A.J.R., THORNBER, C.R., SCHLIEDER, T.D., & AL-AMRI, A.M. (2016) Timing and composition of continental volcanism at Harrat Hutaymah, western Saudi Arabia,Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 313, 1-14, doi: 10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2016.01.010.
KONRAD, K., GRAHAM, D.W., THORNBER, C.R., DUNCAN, R.A., KENT, A.J.R., & AL-AMRI, A. (2016) Asthenosphere-Lithosphere Interactions in Western Saudi Arabia: Inferences from 3He/4He in Xenoliths and Lava Flows from Harrat Hutaymah, Lithos, 248–251, 339–352, doi: 10.1016/j.lithos.2016.01.031.
*SALISBURY, M.J., KENT, A.J.R., JIMÉNEZ, N.C. & JICHA, B.J. (2015) Geochemistry and 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of lavas from Tunupa Volcano, Bolivia: Implications for orogenic volcanism in the Central Andean Plateau. Lithosphere 7, 95-107.
KENT A.J.R. (2015) Tackling supervolcanoes: Big and Fast? (Invited commentary), Geology 43, 1039–1040, doi:10.1130/focus112015.1.
*HATFIELD, A.K., NIELSEN, R.L., KENT, A.J.R., ROWE, M.C. & DUNCAN, R.A. (2015) Snow Peak, Oregon: latest Miocene low-K tholeiite volcanism in the Cascadia forearc, Lithos 239, 86-96, doi:10.1016/j.lithos.2015.10.009.
Dilles, J.H., Kent A.J.R., Wooden, J.L., Tosdal, R.M., Koleszar, A.M., Lee, R.G. & Farmer, L.P. (2014) Zircon compositional evidence for sulfur-degassing from ore-forming arc magmas. Economic Geology 110, 241-251, doi:10.2113/econgeo.110.1.241.
Cooper, K.M. & Kent, A.J.R. (2014) Rapid remobilisation of magmatic crystals kept in cold storage. Nature doi:10.1038/nature12991.
KENT, A.J.R. (2013)Preferential eruption of andesitic magmas: Implications for volcanic magma fluxes at convergent margins. Geological Society of London, Special Publication 385, doi 10.1144/SP385.10.
*Loewen, M.L., Duncan, R.A., Kent, A.J.R. & Krawl, K. Prolonged Plume Volcanism in the Caribbean Large Igneous Province: New Insights from Curaçao and Haiti. (2013) Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, doi: 10.1002/ggge.20273.