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Maria Luisa Crawford
MLC

Professor
Contact Information:

Bryn Mawr College

Department of Geology

Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

Office Location: 294 Park Science Building

Phone: (610)526-5111

Fax: (610)526-5086

email: mcrawfor(at)brynmawr.edu

WebPage: www.brynmawr.edu/geology/MLC/

Fields of Study:

Mineralogy, igneous and metamorphic petrology, and Tectonics

Research Interests:

My research is solving the history of mountain belts (such as the Coast Orogen of British Columbia and southeastern Alaska or the older Appalachians in Pennsylvania) by looking at as many different aspects as possible of the kinds of rocks, the time the rocks formed, the location in which they formed, the way the earth moved. The total time span for the mountain belt I study in British Columbia is from 110 million years ago to the present.

Five Selected Publications:

A bimodal volcanic–plutonic system: the Zarembo Island extrusive suite and the Burnett Inlet intrusive complex.  Lindline, Jennifer, Crawford, W.A. and Crawford, M.L., Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 41, p. 355-375.

Using incongruent, equilibrium hydration reactions to model latter-stage crystallization in plutons: examples from the Bell Island tonalite, Alaska. Beard, J.S., Ragland, P.C., and Crawford, M.L.  Journal of Geology, v. 113, 589-599.

Reactive bulk assimilation: A model for crust-mantle mixing in silicic magmas. Beard, J.S., Ragland, P.C., and Crawford, M.L.  Geology: v. 33, 681–684.

105 million years of igneous activity, Wrangell, Alaska, to Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Crawford, M.L., Crawford, W.A. and Lindline, J.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 42, p. 1097-1116.

Paleomagnetism of Late Jurassic to mid-Cretaceous plutons near Prince Rupert, British Columbia.  Butler, R.F., Gehrels, G.E., Hart, W., Davidson, C. and Crawford, M.L.  In: Haggart, J.W., Enkin, R.J., Monger, J.W.H., eds., Paleogeography of the North American Cordillera; evidence for and against large-scale displacements. Geological Association of Canada Special Paper, vol. 46, pp.171-200, 200