Missouri State University

Doug Gouzie, Ph.D.

Courses Taught:

  • GLG 110 - Principles of Geology
  • GLG 171 - Intro to Environmental Geology
  • GLG 350 - Speleology
  • GLG 360 - Field Studies-Big Bend area
  • GLG 360 - Field Studies - Basin & Range to California Coast
  • GLG 573/673 - Engineering Geology - Karst Systems Emphasis
  • GLG 799 - Thesis Topics  

 

Professional Activities:

  • Registered Professional Geologist
  • Geological Society of America
  • Missouri Speleological Survey
  • National Speleological Society
  • American Geophysical Union

Research Interests:

  • Quantitative Dye Tracing of Karst
  • Environmental Geochemistry of Karst
  • Structural Controls on Karst Development
  • Sinkhole Development and Prediction
  • Engineering Geology of Karst Systems
  • Environmental Science and Policy
  • Environmental Health Studies
  • Carbon Sequestration

 

Current and Recent Graduate Students:

  • Rebecca Dodd:  Dye Tracing and Groundwater Flowpaths in the Clear Creek Area, Green County, Missouri. Graduated, 2007.
  • Barrett Stanke:  Thermal Time-Series Relationships in an Urban Karst Watershed in Springfield, Missouri. stanke44@live.missouristate.edu
  • Katie Tomlin:  Quantitative Dye-Tracing Investigation of Groundwater Flow in the Ward Branch Watershed, Springfield, Missouri.   tomlin03@live.missouristate.edu
  • Molly Starkey:  Geochemical Variation of the Lamotte Sandstone in Southwest Missouri. molly007@live.missouristate.edu