Email: accurry at live.unc.edu
Office: Mitchell Hall 204
M.S., Geological Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, current
Environmental Field Scientist, Professional and Technical Support Services, Baton Rouge, LA, Oct. 2010-May, 2011
B.A., Geology, Pomona College, 2010
Thesis: "Geochemical Investigation of the Red Cinder Peak Area of Makushin
Volcano, Unalaska, AK"; advisors Dr. Jade Star Lackey and Dr. Rick Hazlett
I am a M.S. student working with Dr. Allen Glazner on the formation of crystal-poor, high-SiO2 rhyolites. Specifically, I am studying how obsidian comes to be so crystal poor by examining heat flow dynamics in obsidian production.
In addition to my own research, I am a teaching assistant (101L), lecture assistant (101), research assistant to Dr. Allen Glazner, and the graduate research consultant (GRC) for GEOL72H.
I love volcanoes.
Curry, A., 2010, Geochemical Investigation of the Red Cinder Point Area of Makushin Volcano, Unalaska, Alaska, in Keck Geology Consortium Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Keck Research Symposium in Geology, 328-334. [link]
Nicolaysen, K.E., Curry, A.C., Goldberg, A., Wobus, R.A., Lackey, J.S., Hazlett, R.W., and Bindeman, I.N., 2010, Thermobarometry, argon dating and oxygen isotope geochemistry of the Pleistocene Pt. Tebenkof ignimbrite, Makushin Voclano, AK, Abstract #V11D-2334 presented at 2010 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Cail., 13-17 Dec. [link]