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by Deering, Chad D last modified Oct 17, 2011 01:04 PM

CHAD D. DEERING

Department of Geology, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
800 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, WI 54901
deeringc@uwosh.edu
PH: (920) 424-0868
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EDUCATION

University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

2009    Ph.D.     in Geological Sciences, Igneous Petrology, Geochemistry,  
            Volcanology                   

Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan

2005    M.Sc in Geological Sciences, Igneous Petrology and Geochemistry
2003    B.Sc. in Geological Sciences (with Honors)
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TEACHING EXPERIENCES

2011-   Asst. Professor, Department of Geology, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
            Courses taught: Physical Geology, Lithology, Geochemistry, Energy and
            Mineral Resources

2009    Asst. Lecturer, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Canterbury
            Courses taught:  Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology, Physical Volcanology,
            Geochemistry

2007-2008    Teaching assistant, Department of Geological Sciences, University of
            Canterbury
            Courses taught: Earth Materials and Earth Dynamics, Plate Tectonics

2002-2005    Teaching assistant, Department of Geological Sciences, Michigan State
            University
            Courses taught: Geology in the Human Environment, Mineralogy and   
            Geochemistry, Structural Geology
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INFORMAL TEACHING ACTIVITIES

2009-present    Co-supervisor for a MSc and PhD student at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand
2009-present    Science outreach in Seattle, University of Washington
2006-2009    Science outreach in New Zealand, University of Canterbury
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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2009-2011    Research Associate, Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington

2006-2009    Doctoral research: Spatial and Temporal Distribution of a Rhyolite
                      Compositional Continuum from Wet-oxidizing to Dry-reducing Types 
                      Governed by Lower-Middle Crustal P-T-ƒO2-ƒH2O Conditions in the
                      Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
                      Advisors: Jim Cole, Steve Weaver, Colin Wilson, Ian Nairn
                      University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Department of Geological    
                      Sciences

2003-2005    Masters research: Petrogenesis of Distinct Silicic Magma Types from the
                      Lower Pleistocene Guachipelin Caldera, NW Costa Rica: Extensive Magma
                      Mixing and Protracted Subvolcanic Residence
                      Advisors: Lina Patino, Tom Vogel, Bill Cambray, David Hindle
                      Michigan State University, Department of Geological Sciences
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OTHER ACTIVITIES

2003-2005    Laboratory manager, Department of Geological Sciences, Michigan State University

2002    Laboratory technician, Department of Geological Sciences, Michigan State University
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HONORS, AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS

2003    John T. Wilband Memorial Scholarship: Recognition of academic excellence

2003    Estwing Award: Recognition of outstanding contributions to the department

2006-9        University of Canterbury Doctoral Scholarship
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PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

International Association of Volcanology and Geochemistry of the Earth’s Interior ■
American Geophysical Union ■ Geological Society of America   
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FUNDING

2011         NSF Co-funded; SEES, PIRE, EAR: $68,923
Joint United States-New Zealand Research Workshop on
Geothermal Energy Resources.
PI: Chad Deering

2010-15    Mighty River Power, New Zealand: $2.1 million
From Source to Surface: Improving drilling target success and identification of blind geothermal resources via volatile systematics.
PIs Darren Gravley, Chad Deering, Clinton Rissman, Ben Kennedy

2010-12    NSF Grant, ANT-0943274: $128,551
Geochemical transect from oceanic Adare Basin to adjacent continental Adare Peninsula: implications for the origin of Cenozoic magmas in Antarctica. Collaborative research: PIs: Kurt Panter and Pat Castillo

2009-10    University of Washington, Royalty Research Fund: $39,064
The importance of volatile elements during and after large explosive volcanic eruptions. PIs: Olivier Bachmann and Chad Deering
   
2006-8    Mason Trust Fund: University of Canterbury, Department of Geological Sciences: $5,950
Magma plumbing beneath the Okataina Volcanic Complex, Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand
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REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Deering, C.D., Bachmann, O., Vogel, T.A. 2011. Co-eruption of extracted liquid and complementary cumulate mush following mafic intrusion: the case of the zoned Ammonia Tanks ignimbrite. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 310 518-521.

Deering, C.D., Bachmann, O., Dufek, J., Gravley, D. in press. Rift-Related Transition From Andesite to Rhyolite Volcanism in the Taupo Volcanic Zone (New Zealand) Controlled by Crystal-Melt Dynamics in Mush Zones With Variable Mineral Assemblages. Journal of Petrology

Deering, C.D., Vogel, T.A., Patino, L.C., Szymanski, D.W., Alvarado, G.E. In press. Magmatic processes that generate chemically distinct silicic magmas in NW Costa Rica and the evolution of continental crust in oceanic arcs. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology

Bachmann, O., Deering, C.D., Ruprecht, J., Huber, C., Skopelittis, A., Schnyder, C.
In press. Evolution of silicic magmas in the Kos-Nisyros volcanic center: cycles associated with caldera collapse. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology

Klemetti, E., Deering, C.D., Cooper, K.M., Roeske, S.M. 2011. Magmatic perturbations in the Okataina Caldera Complex in the 103-105 year timescales recorded in single zircon crystals from the Mt. Tarawera region, New Zealand. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 305 185-194.

Deering, C.D. and Bachmann, O. 2010. Trace element indicators of crystal accumulation in silicic rocks. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 297, 324-331.

Rooney, T., Sinha, A.K., Deering, C.D., Briggs, C. 2010. A Model for the Origin of Rhyolites from South Mountain, PA: Implications for Rhyolites Associated with LIPS. Lithosphere 2, 211-220.

Deering, C.D., Vogel, T.A., Cole, J.W., 2010. Extraction of crystal-poor rhyolite from a hornblende-bearing intermediate mush: a case study of the caldera-forming Matahina eruption, Okataina Volcanic Complex. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology DOI: 10.1007/s00410-010-0524-0.

Deering, C.D., Gravley, D.M., Vogel, T.A., Cole, J.W., Leonard, G.S., 2010. Origins of cold-wet-oxidizing to hot-dry-reducing magmatic cycles and distribution in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand.  Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology DOI: 10.1007/s00410-010-0496-0.

Cole, J.W., Spinks, K.D, Deering, C.D., Nairn, I.A., Leonard, G.S., 2010. Volcanic and Structural Evolution of the Okataina Volcanic Centre, extensive dominantly silicic volcanism associated with the Taupo Rift, New Zealand. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 190, 123-135.

Deering, C.D., 2009. Cannibalization of an amphibole-rich andesitic progenitor induced by caldera-collapse during the Matahina eruption: Evidence from amphibole compositions. American Mineralogist 94, 1162-1174.

Deering, C.D., Cole, J.W., Vogel, T.A., 2008. A Rhyolite Compositional Continuum Governed by Lower Crustal Source Conditions in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. Journal of Petrology 49, 2245-2276.

Deering, C.D., Vogel, T.A., Patino, L.C., Alvarado, G.E., 2007. Origin of distinct silicic magma types from the Guachipelín Caldera, NW Costa Rica: Evidence for magma mixing and protracted subvolcanic residence. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 165, 103-126.
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CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND ABSTRACTS

Deering, C.D., Kuehner, S., Bachmann, O. 2011. Magma Mush on Mars. 74th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting

Bachmann, O., Deering, C.D., Huber, C., Dufek, J. 2011. The volcanic-plutonic connection. Goldschmidt, Prague, Czech Republic

Gravley, D.M., Deering, C.D., Wilson, C.J.N., Leonard, G.S., Rowland, J.V., Hikuroa, D.C.H. 2011. Temporal Links Between Rifting and Large-Scale Eruptions in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics

Hartung, E., Kennedy, B., Deering, C.D., Trent, A., Gane, J., Turnbull, R.E., Brown, S. 2010. The ‘Daly Gap’ and implications for magma differentiation in composite shield volcanoes: A case study from Akaroa Volcano, New Zealand. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union.

Vogel, T.A., Deering, C.D., Patino, L.C., Alvarado, G.E., Szymanski, D.W., 2010. Magmatic processes that generate chemically distinct silicic magmas in NW Costa Rica and the evolution of juvenile continental crust in oceanic arcs. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union.

Ruprecht, J.S., Bachmann, O., Deering, C.D., Huber, C., Skopelitis, A., Schnyder, C., 2010. Evolution of silicic magmas in the Kos-Nisyros volcanic center: cycles associated with caldera collapse. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union.

Deering, C.D., Bachmann, O., Vogel, T.A., 2010. Co-eruption of extracted liquid and complementary cumulate mush following mafic intrusion: the case of the zoned Ammonia Tanks ignimbrite. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union.

Deering, C.D., Turnbull, R., Bachmann, O., 2009. Continental arc dynamics: a plutonic-volcanic marriage in New Zealand. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union.

Klemetti, E.W., Cooper, K.M, Deering, C.D, 2009. Changes in source rhyolite over the last 50,000 years at the Okataina Caldera Complex, New Zealand recorded in zircon trace element zonation. Geological Society of America, Portland, Oregon.

Vogel, T.A., Valley, J.W., Eaton, J.K., Deering, C.D., Szymanski, D.W., Alvarado, G.E., Spicuzza, M., 2009. Origin of the low δ18O ignimbrites from NW Costa Rica. GSA Penrose, Yellowstone National Park.

Deering, C.D., Cole, J.W., Vogel, T.A., 2008. Magmatic Evolution and Distribution in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. Goldschmidt, Vancouver, Canada.

Deering, C.D., Cole, J.W., Vogel, T.A., 2008. Magmatic Evolution and Distribution in the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand. International Association of Volcanology and Geochemistry of Earth’s Interior, Iceland.

Cole, J.W., Deering, C.D., Spinks, K.D., Matthews, N.E., 2008. Evolution of the Okataina Volcanic Centre: Extensive predominantly silicic volcanism associated with the Taupo Volcanic Zone axial rift zone. International Association of Volcanology and Geochemistry of Earth’s Interior, Iceland.

Leonard, G.S., Calvert, A.T., Wilson, C.J.N., Gravley, D.M., Deering, C.D., 2008. Coastal uplift linked to sea level changes and a record of early Rotorua-Okataina eruptions: constraints from new Taupo Volcanic Zone 40Ar-39Ar geochronology, New Zealand. International Association of Volcanology and Geochemistry of Earth’s Interior, Iceland.

Deering, C.D, Cole, J.W., 2007. The 280 ka Matahina eruption, Okataina volcanic centre, New Zealand: A protracted rhyolite magma assembly by fractional crystallization, melt extraction, rhyolite-rhyolite mixing, and magmatic stratification. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, vol. 88, no. 52, Suppl., Abstract V42C-06.

Vogel, T.A., Valley, J.W, Patino, L.C., Alvarado, G.E., Szymanski, D.W. Deering, C.D., 2007. Oxygen isotopes of silicic volcanic deposits of NW Costa Rica: A key to understanding crustal evolution in Central America? Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, vol. 88, no. 52, Suppl., Abstract T44C-08.

Tefend, K.S., Vogel, T.A., Wilson, C.J.N., Deering, C.D., Donatelle, A., Hildalgo, P., 2007. Re-examination of the 26.5 ka Oruanui eruption, Taupo volcano, New Zealand, by polytopic vector analysis. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America, vol. 39, no. 6, pp.393.

Cole, J.W., Deering, C.D., Turnbull, R.E., 2007. Subvolcanic plumbing systems beneath caldera volcanoes: importance of crustal structure. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication, vol. 123A, pp.28.

Deering, C.D., Cole, J.W., 2007. Distinct magma types of the Taupo Volcanic Zone, New Zealand: implications for rhyolite petrogenesis. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication, vol. 123A, pp.37.

Cole, J.W., Deering, C.D., Matthews, N.E., Turnbull, R.E., Bibby, H.M., 2006. Modelling subvolcanic plumbing systems beneath Okataina caldera complex, Taupo volcanic zone. Geological Society of New Zealand Miscellaneous Publication, vol. 122A, pp.12.

Deering, C.D., Vogel, T.A., Patino, L.C., Alvarado, G.E., 2005. Petrogenesis of distinct silicic magma types from the lower Pleistocene Guachipelin Caldera, NW Costa Rica: Extensive magma mixing and protracted subvolcanic residence. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America, vol.37, no.7, pp.308.
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COLLOQUIA

2010    Oregon State University
2010     Vanderbilt University
2009    University of Auckland
2008     University of Canterbury

 

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