Lawrence L. Malinconico
Associate Professor of Geology and Geophysics
Director, Technology Clinic
Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences
Easton, PA 18042-1768
Research and teaching interests include applied geophysical, tectonic, structural, and environmental studies, volcanology and computer applications in geology. His research has taken him to Pakistan, Italy, Central America, Hawaii and the Cascades. Current research projects include: geophysical studies on tectonics, structure and environmental hazards, acquisition of gravity data for the state of Pennsylvania and compilation of a state gravity map, correlation of the geology and structure with radon emissions in eastern Pennsylvania and the development of computer courseware for geophysics and intro-level geology courses. In addition to numerous scientific articles he has also published several pieces of software.