Professor of Geology
Department of Forestry and Geology
The University of the South
Sewanee, TN 37383
- Office: Snowden 202
- Phone: 931.598.1116
- FAX: 931.598.3331
- email: email@example.com
Mineral deposits, metal mines, and environmental issues associated with mining
Origin and evolution of the Sierra Gorda copper deposit, Chile.
Intrusion, emplacement, and solidification of the Elberton granite, Georgia.
Coal deposits, their geochemistry, and their effects on local surface waters.
Economic Geological Resources
Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology
Shaver, S.A., Manske, S.L., Currie, J., Fahey, P.L., Maya, J., Reynolds, T.J. 2009. The Sierra Gorda porphyry Cu-Mo(Au) deposit, Region II, Northern Chile, Part 1: alteration, mineralization, and fluid inclusions. Geol. Soc. Amer., Abs. w/Prog., Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 84.
Shaver, S.A., Manske, S.L., Currie, J., Fahey, P.L., Maya, J., Stein, H.J., Huard, J.J. 2009. The Sierra Gorda porphyry Cu-Mo(Au) deposit, Region II, Northern Chile, Part 2: intrusive relations and 40Ar/39Ar and Re-Os molybdenite geochronology of the Catalina and 281-Zone mineralization centers. Geol. Soc. Amer., Abs. w/Prog., Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 84.
Shaver, S.A., Eble, C.F., Hower, J.C., Saussy, F.L. 2006. Petrography, palynology, and paleoecology of the Lower Pennsylvanian Bon Air coal, Franklin County, Cumberland Plateau, southeast Tennessee. Int. J. Coal Geol., vol. 67, pp. 17-46.
Shaver, S.A., Hower, J.C., Eble, C.F., McLamb, E.D., Kuers, K. 2006. Trace element geochemistry and surface water chemistry of the Bon Air coal, Franklin County, Cumberland Plateau, southeast Tennessee. Int. J. Coal Geol., vol. 67, pp. 47-78.
Gans, P.B., Seedorff, E., Fahey, P.L., Breitrick, R.A., Hasler, R.W., Maher, D.J., Jeanne, R.A., and Shaver, S.A. 2001. Rapid Eocene extension in the Robinson district, White Pine County, Nevada: Constraints from 40Ar-39Ar dating; Geology, v. 29, pp. 475-478.
Shaver, S.A. and Jeanne, R.A. 1996. The geology and evolution of the weakly Au-(Cu)-mineralized far eastern side of the Robinson mining district, Ely, Nevada: in Coyner, A.R., and Fahey, P.L., eds., Geology and Ore Deposits of the American Cordillera: Geological Society of Nevada Symposium Proceedings, Reno/Sparks, Nevada, April 1995, p. 1623-1637.
Seedorff, E., Hasler, R.W., Brietrick, R.A., Fahey, P.L., Jeanne, R.A., Shaver, S.A., Stubbe, P., Troutman, T.W., and Manske, S.L. 1996. Overview of the geology and ore deposits of the Robinson District, with emphasis on its post-mineral structure, in Green, S.M., and Struhsacker, E., eds., Geology and ore deposits of the American Cordillera, Great Basin porphyry deposits: Geological Society of Nevada Field Trip Guidebook Compendium, Reno/Spars, NV, p. 87-91.
Shaver, S.A. 1991. Geology, alteration, mineralization, and trace element geochemistry of the Hall (Nevada Moly) deposit, Nye County, Nevada : in Raines, G.L., et al., Geology and Ore Deposits of the Great Basin, Symposium Proceedings, Geological Society of Nevada, Reno, Nevada , p. 303-332.
Shaver, S.A. 1988. Petrology, petrography, and crystallization history of intrusive phases related to the Hall (Nevada Moly) molybdenum deposit, Nye County, Nevada: Can. Jour. Earth Sci., v. 25, p. 1000-1019.
Shaver, S.A. and McWilliams, M.O. 1987. Cenozoic extension and tilting recorded in Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks at the Hall molybdenum deposit, northern San Antonio Mountains, Nevada: Geol. Soc. Amer. Bulletin, v. 99, p. 341-353.
Shaver, S.A. 1986 Elemental dispersion associated with alteration and mineralization at the Hall (Nevada Moly) quartz-monzonite type porphyry molybdenum deposit, with a section on comparison of dispersion patterns with those from Climax-type deposits: Jour. Geochem. Exploration, v. 25, p. 81-98.
Professor, Geology, The University of the South., 2000-present
Chair, Department of Forestry and Geology, The University of the South, 1995-2000
Associate Professor, Geology, The University of the South, September, 1994-2000
Assistant Professor, Geology, The University of the South, 1987-1994
Consulting Geologist, Kennecott Exploration Co., Broken-Hill type Pb-Zn, North Carolina, 1996-1997.
Consulting Geologist, Magma Nevada Mining, Porphyry/skarn Cu/Au, Ely, Nevada, 1992-1994.
Visiting Scientist, U. S. Geological Survey, Branch of Isotope Geology, Denver, 1989.
Exploration Geologist, ASARCO U.S., Epithermal and skarn Au, New Mexico and Colorado, 1988.
Visiting Scientist, U. S. Geological Survey, X-Ray Diffraction Laboratory, Denver, 1987.
Assistant Professor, Geology, Kansas State University, 1985-1987.
Exploration Geologist, Placer Services Corp./St. Joe Minerals, Placer/metamorphic Au, Alaska/ California, 1984.
Consulting Geologist, Stanford University Minerals Administration, California/Nevada, 1983-1987.
Geologist, Anaconda Minerals, Tonopah, Nevada, 1979-1980.
Field Assistant, Bear Creek Mining Company, Porphyry Mo and Cu/Mo, Arizona-New Mexico-Colorado, 1976-1977.
Field Assistant, North Carolina State University, N.C. Slate Belt, 1975.
Field Operator, Schlumberger Well Services, Houma, Louisiana, 1974.