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Austin Peay State University

4 October 2004

Rebecca Mackey
(734) 647-1853

APSU Professor To Speak Before the Geological Society of America

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn.--Dr. Jack E. Deibert, associate professor of geology at Austin Peay State University, will present research at the 116th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America.

The meeting will be held Nov. 7-10 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Approximately 6,200 geoscientists are expected.

Deibert and Dr. Phyllis A. Camilleri, professor of geology at APSU, collaborated on the research, resulting in the presentation, "Tectonic Controls on Incised Valley Systems Along Extensional-Lacustrine Margins: An Example from the Miocene Humboldt Formation Near Knoll Mountain (HD Range), Northeast Nevada."

Deibert received his doctorate from the University of Wyoming. He earned his master's at the University of Nevada and his bachelor's at Sonoma State University.

Camilleri earned her doctorate at the University of Wyoming. She received her master's at Oregon State University and her bachelor's at San Diego State University.

For more information, telephone Deibert at (931) 221-6318.

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