Megan A. Mueller

Megan A. Mueller
University of Connecticut | UConn · Department of Geosciences

PhD

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Additional affiliations
June 2017 - July 2017
University of Washington Seattle
Position
  • Teaching Assistant - Field Geology (400)
September 2016 - present
University of Washington Seattle
Position
  • PhD Student
May 2011 - September 2013
University of Michigan
Position
  • Student
Education
September 2016 - June 2021
University of Washington Seattle
Field of study
  • Earth and Space Science
September 2009 - May 2013
University of Michigan
Field of study
  • Earth and Environmental Science

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Publications (17)
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Debate persists concerning the timing and geodynamics of intercontinental collision, style of syn‐collisional deformation, and development of topography and fold‐and‐thrust belts along the >1700‐km‐long İzmir‐Ankara‐Erzincan suture zone (İAESZ) in Turkey. Resolving this debate is a necessary precursor to evaluating the integrity of convergent margi...
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Collision between the Pontides and Anatolide-Tauride Block along the İzmir-Ankara-Erzincan suture in Anatolia has been variously estimated from the Late Cretaceous to Eocene. It remains unclear whether this age range results from a protracted, multi-phase collision or differences between proxies of collision age and/or along strike diachroneity. He...
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The Grande Coupure corresponds to a major episode of faunal turnover in western Europe around the Eocene-Oligocene boundary that is generally attributed to the influx of multiple clades of Asian mammals. However, Asian mammal clades begin to appear in the fossil record of southeastern Europe during the middle Eocene, 5–10 million years prior to the...
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The Ancestral Rocky Mountains system consists of a series of basement-cored uplifts and associated sedimentary basins that formed in southwestern Laurentia during Early Pennsylvanian–middle Permian time. This system was originally recognized by aprons of coarse, arkosic sandstone and conglomerate within the Paradox, Eagle, and Denver Basins, which...
Conference Paper
Anatolia is a complex mosaic of terranes that collided from the late Cretaceous through the Paleogene. In western Anatolia, the most significant collision occurred between the Sakarya Zone of the Pontide terrane and the Tavsanli Zone of the Tauride-Anatolide Platform. At least 700 km convergence since 90 Ma was facilitated by the subduction zone(s)...
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There are many studies describing the influence of parameters such as pH, pCO2, and complexing ligands on the sorption of the aqueous uranyl species onto mineral surfaces. However, few of these studies describe the reduction reaction mechanisms and the factors that influence the rate of reduction, despite the fact that the oxidation state of uraniu...
Thesis
Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences, with Honors. Department of Earth and Enviromental Sciences

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