CURRICULUM VITAE OF STEVEN P. LUND

 

 

General Information

 

Personal:         Born April 21, 1949, Bismarck, North Dakota

                        Married, two children

 

Address:          Department of Earth Sciences

                        University of Southern California

                        University Park

                        Los Angeles, CA 90089-0740

 

Telephone:       (213) 740-5835 (Office)

                        (213) 821-6215 (Main Lab)

                        (323) 663-3620 (Home)

 

Email:              slund@usc.edu

WWWeb:       http://earth.usc.edu/~slund

 

 

Education

 

B.S., Geology, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, 1972 (emphasis-sedimentology and paleontology).

M.S., Geophysics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1976 (thesis title: Continental Sediments as Paleomagnetic Recorders; Evidence from the Hell Creek Formation, Williston Basin).

Ph.D., Geophysics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1981 (thesis title: Late Quaternary Secular Variation of the Earth's Magnetic Field as Recorded in the Wet Sediments of Three North American Lakes).

 

 

Professional Experience

 

Coal Exploration Geologist, Nokota Company, Bismarck, North Dakota, 1972-73.

Teaching Assistant, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Minnesota, 1974-75.

Research Assistant, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Minnesota, 1975-79.

Research Associate, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1980-1982.

Research Assistant Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1982-1988.

Assistant Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1988-1991.

Associate Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1991-2000.

Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 2000-Present.

 

 

Professional Societies

 

American Geophysical Union

Geological Society of America

American Quaternary Association

Honors, Fellowships

 

Bush Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1978-1979.

USC College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences Outstanding Teacher Award, 2002.

 

 

Professional Activities

 

Chairman or Co-Chairman of sessions at the Fall or Spring National American Geophysical Union Meetings: 1980, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 2004.

Co-Chairman, Special Workshop on Reconciliation of Magnetic Measurements on Natural and Synthetic Materials; 1985 International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy Meeting at Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Program Chairman, Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Section, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meetings 1986-87, 1994-95.

Co-Chairman, 2-day symposium on the 'Space-Time Structure of the Geomagnetic and Paleomagnetic Field', 1989 International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy meeting at Exeter, England.

Member, International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy and American Geophysical Union committees for the development of an international paleomagnetic database.

Guest Editor of Journal of Geophysical Research (Red) for a special issue entitled 'Physical and Biogeochemical Aspects of the DRM/PDRM Remanence Acquisition Process in Sediments' (with Robert Karlin; April, 1990 issue).

Shipboard Paleomagnetist, ODP Leg 172, North Atlantic Sediment Drifts, Feb-Apr. 1997.

Shipboard Paleomagnetist, ODP Leg 202, SE Pacific Paleoceanography, Apr-May, 2002.

Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research (Solid Earth), 1993-1995, 1999-2003.

DOSECC (Drilling, Observation, and Sampling of the Earth’s Continental Crust) Inc., USC representative.

DOSECC Science Planning Committee, member, 2004-2006.

National Lake Sediment Core Repository (LaCore), External Advisory Committee

 

 

University Activities (last 4 years only)

 

USC Academic Senate, 1999-2000 (LAS Faculty Council representative).

USC Committee on Information Services, 2002-2005 (Chairman, 2003-2005).

USC Information Services Division Strategic Planning Taskforce (Pathway 5 Chairman, Pathway 6 member), 2002-2003.

USC Seaver Library Taskforce, 2002-2004.

College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences Faculty Council, 1999-2001 (two year elected term).

College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences General Education Committee, 1998-2000, 2002-2004.

Department of Earth Sciences Merit Review Committee, 2000-2001 (Chairman, 2001).

Department of Earth Sciences Undergraduate Advisor, 2001-2003.

Department of Earth Sciences Curriculum Committee, 2001-present (Chairman, 2001-2003)

Department of Earth Sciences Computer Committee, 1984-present (Chairman, 1985-1988, 1990-1992, 1995-1998, 1999-2003).

Department of Earth Sciences Graduate Advisor 2003-present.

 

 

Teaching Activities (Classes taught within the last 5 years)

 

Undergraduate Courses:

            Environmental Geology (GEO-108)

            Introduction to Oceanography (GEO-107)

            Nature of Scientific Inquiry (GEO-130; 1/2 effort)

            Quantitative Methods for the Earth Sciences (GEO-205)

            Historical Geology (GEO-406; 1/8 effort)

            Environmental Oceanography  (GEO-428; 1/2 effort)

            Geophysics (GEO-440; 1/4 effort)

Graduate Courses:

Principles of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism (GEO-536)

Computer Applications in the Geological Sciences (GEO-580)

Principles of Environmental Science (ENST 501, 502; 503, 504)

 

 

Student Involvement  (*Indicates chair or co-chair of committee. Completed thesis lists are limited to students for whom I served as advisor or co-advisor. Current committee lists are limited to students whose research I actively participate in or discuss. I have also served on more than 50 committees for research topics outside of my specialty. Other students who used my paleomagnetism/rock magnetism laboratory facilities for thesis-related work are listed next. Finally, I list a series of high school/undergraduate student researchers who I have mentored or co-mentored.)

 

Completed Masters Theses:

1.         Dan Brandsma* (Geophysics, 1985), Late Quaternary Magnetostratigraphy of the Santa Catalina Basin, California Continental Borderland.

2.         Lisa Kaplan* (Geophysics, 1985), Paleomagnetic Study of the Southern California Mesozoic Tectonic Evolution.

3.         Gil Fry* (Geology, 1985), Magnetostratigraphy of Upper Cretaceous Marine Sediments Within the Peninsular Ranges of Southern California.

4.         Jeff Bannon* (Geology, 1987), Magnetostratigraphy and Paleogeography of Upper Cretaceous Strata in Southern and Baja California.

5.         Rob Kimmel* (Geophysics, 1987), Paleomagnetic evidence for westward drift of the geomagnetic field through time.

6.         Jim Powers* (Geology, 1988), Microplate Tectonic Evolution of the Peninsular Ranges Terrane, Southern California.

7.         Bob Demetrion* (Geology, 1989), Cretaceous/Tertiary Boundary in Southern and Baja California - Relationship to Microplate Tectonics.

8.         Bret Leslie* (Geology, 1989). Magnetochemistry of marine sediments from the California continental borderland.

            9.         Omar Qandeel* (Geophysics, 1991). Chaos theory applied to paleomagnetic field

                        secular variation.

 

Completed Ph.D Dissertations:

1.         Mark Newton* (Geology, 1990), Paleolimnology and Chronology of Late Quarternary Owens Valley Lake Sediments and Their Paleoclimatic Interpretation.

2.         Katherine Whidden* (Geology, 1994),  Paleogeography of the southern California forearc basin in the late Cretaceous and early Paleogene: evidence from paleomagnetism and carbonate facies analysis.

3.         Martha Schwartz* (Geophysics, 1997): Paleointensity of the Earth's magnetic field over the last 200 ky.

 

MS and Ph.D. Dissertation Committees (Current and involving at least some research advisement):

1.              Marcia Burton* (M.S., Geophysics).

2.              Helge Arsleban (Phd., Geology)

 


Other MS/Ph.D students who used my Paleomagnetism/Rock Magnetism Laboratory facilities:

                  J. Plescia (Ph.D, '85)               D. Winston (MS, '85)             C. Lerch (MS, 1988)

                  R. Hobbs (MS, '89)                 M. Powers (MS, '89)               A. Beveridge (MS, '90)

                  P. Bentham (Ph.D, '92)           T. Mulder (MS, '92)                P. Talling (MS, '92)

                  R. Beck (Ph.D, 1995)              H.C. Li (Ph.D, '95)                  A. Meigs (Ph.D, '95)

                  N. Brozovic (MS, '96)             S. Freidmann (Ph.D, 96)         A. Grippo (Ph.D, ‘03)

                  G. Pignotta (Ph.D, ’04)

 

Post-Doctoral Researchers:

            1.         Matthew Kirby (2002, Syracuse University, partial support)

 

High School/Undergraduate Student and Teacher Researchers:

                  Rita Bouchard (Cal. State/Domingues Hills, 1992-93) Senior Thesis.

                  Richard Schwartz (Torrance High School teacher, 1993-4) - Research Corp. Grant.

                  Heather Hodges (USC undergraduate, 1994) - work/study, senior project.

                  Kathy Wong (Torrance High School, 1994) NSF Young Scholars Program

                  Jennifer Lynch (Torrance High School, 1994-95) LA Young Scientists Program

                  Maggie Glascoe (USC undergradaute, 1995-96) - work/study, senior project.

                  Jane Joo (Torrance High School, 1995) NSF Young Scholars Program

                  Judy King (Cal. State/Domingues Hills, 1996-97) work/study.

Rena Yi (Torrance High School, 1996-97) Southern Calif. Acad. Sci. Res. Training Prog.

1997 Summer Paleoclimate Research/Training Institute (eight high school students)

Amy Chen (Torrance High School, 2000-01), Southern Calif. Acad. Sci. Res. Training Prog. (1st Place – Earth Sciences, California State Science Fair, 2001).

Christopher C.G. Gray (Harvard-Westlake High School, 2001) summer intern and academic year independent study (astrogeology).

James Lee, (California Academy of Mathematics and Science, 2002-03), Southern Calif. Acad. Sci. Res. Training Prog.

 

 

Papers in Review (in refereed journals/books)

 

71) S. Lund, Dynamo-wave model of the Laschamp excursion, Geophys. Res. Lett., (in review).

70) S. Lund and J. Lee, Holocene paleointensity variability in East Asia: evidence for global millennial-scale cyclicity of the Earth’s magnetic field, Phys. Earth Planet. Int., (in review).

 

 

Published Papers (in refereed journals/books)

 

69) M. Kirby, Lund, S.P., Poulsen, C.J., Millennial-Scale Late-Glacial/Holocene Hydrologic Variability and the Possible Onset of Modern El NiÒo-Southern Oscillation: Lake Elsinore, Southern California (USA), Journal of Quaternary Science (in press).

68) F. Yuan, R. Lindsley, L. Benson, S. Lund, J. McGeehin, and S. Lowe, Late Holocene lake level reconstruction based on a sediment record at decadal resolution from Walker Lake, Nevada, Quat. Res. (in press).

67) S. P. Lund, M. Schwartz, L. Keigwin, and T. Johnson, High-resolution records of the Laschamp geomagnetic field excursion, J. Geophys. Res., (in press).

66) L. Stott, R. Thunell, g. Haug, A. Koutavas, K. Cannariatto, and S. Lund, ITCZ variability and global climate variability in the Earth’s recent past, Nature, v. 431, 56-59 (doi:10.1038/nature02903), 2004.

65) S. Mensing, L. Benson, M. Kashgarian, and S. Lund, A Holocene record of persistent droughts from Pyramid Lake, Nevada, Quat. Res., v. 62, 29-38, 2004.

64) F. Yuan, B. Linsley,, L. Benson, S. Lund, and J. McGeehin, A 1200 year record of hydrologic variability in the Sierra Nevada from sediments in Walker Lake, Nevada, Geochem. Geophys. Geosys., v. 5 #3, doi:10.1029/2003GC000652, 2004.

63) M. Kirby, C. Poulsen, S. Lund, W. Patterson, L. Reidy, and D. Hammond, Arid environment lake-atmosphere interactions over the late Holocene: evidence from magnetic and stable isotope stratigraphy (Lake Elsinore, Southern California), J. of Paleolimnology, v. 31, 275-293, 2004.

62) L. Benson, B. Linsley, J. Smoot, S. Mensing, S. Lund, S. Stine, and A. Sarna-Wojcicki, Influence of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation (PDO) on the climate of the Sierra Nevada and Nevada, Quat. Res., v.59, 151-159, 2003.

61) L. Benson, S. Lund, R. Negrini, B. Lindsley, and M. Zic, Response of North American Great Basin Lakes to Dansgaard-Oeschger Events, Quat. Sci. Rev., v. 22, 2239-2251, 2003.

60) L. Benson, J. Liddicoat, J. Smoot, A. Sarna-Wojcicki, R. Negrini, and S. Lund, Age of the Mono Lake excursion and associated tephra, Quat. Sci. Rev., v. 22, 135-140, 2003.

59) A. Mix, R. Tiedemann, P. Blum, and the ODP Leg 202 Scientific Party, Initial Results from ODP Leg 202, Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, 202, 2003.

58) S. P. Lund, J. Stoner, A. Mix, R. Tiedemann, P. Blum, and the Leg 202 Shipboard Party, Observations on the Effect of a Nonmagnetic Core Barrel on Shipboard Paleomagnetic Data: Results from ODP Leg 202, in Initial Results from ODP Leg 202, Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, 202, 2003.

57) L. Stott, C. Poulsen, S. P. Lund, and Robert Thunell, Super ENSO  and Global Climate Change Oscillations at Millennial Time Scales, Science, v. 297, p. 222-226, 2002.

56) G. Acton, Makoto Okada, Brad Clement, Steve P. Lund, and Trevor Williams, Drilling induced paleomagnetic overprints in ocean sediment cores and their relationship to shear deformation caused by piston coring, J. Geophys. Res., v.107, 10.1029, 2002.

55) S. P. Lund, J. Hartman, and S. K. Banerjee, Magnetostratigraphy of interfingering upper Cretaceous/Paleocene marine and continental strata of the Williston Basin, North Dakota and Montana, in  Hartman, J., Johnson, K., and Nichols, D., eds., The Hell Creek Formation and the Creetaceous-Tertiary Boundary in the northern Great Plains: an integrated continental record of the end of the Cretaceous: Boulder Colorado, Geol. Soc. America Special Paper 361, p. 57-74, 2002.

54) L. Benson, M. Kashgarian, R. Rye, S. Lund, F. Paillet, J. smoot, C. Kester, S. Mensing, D. Meko, S. Lunstrom, Holocene multidecadal and multicentennial droughts affecting Northern California and Nevada, Quaternary Science Reviews, p. 659-682, 2002.

53) Zhong Yang, B. Clement, Gary Acton, Steve P. Lund, Makoto Okada, and Trevor Williams, Records of the Cobb Mountain Subchron from the Bermuda Rise (ODP Leg 172), Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., v. 193, p. 303-313, 2001.

52) S. P. Lund, T. Williams, G. Acton, B. Clement, and M. Okada, Brunhes Epoch magnetic field excursions recorded in ODP Leg 172 sediments, L. Keigwin, D. Rio, and G. Acton Eds., Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Project, Scientific Results Volume 172, 2001 (http://www-odp.tamu.edu/publications/172_SR/chap_10/chap_10.htm).

51) S. P. Lund, G. Acton, B. Clement, M. Okada, and T. Williams, Paleomagnetic records of Stage 3 excursions from ODP Leg 172, L. Keigwin, D. Rio, and G. Acton Eds., Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Project, Scientific Results Volume 172, 2001 (http://www-odp.tamu.edu/publications/172_SR/chap_11/chap_11.htm).

50) K. Benn, S. Paterson, S. Lund, G. Pignotta, and  S. Kruse, Magmatic fabrics in batholiths as markers of regional strains and plate kinematics: example of the Cretaceous Mt. Stuart batholith. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 26: 343-354, 2001.

49) Shangde Luo, Lei Wang, Teh-Lung Ku, John Southon, Steve P. Lund, and Martha Schwartz, 26Al, 10Be, and U-Th isotopes in Blake Outer Ridge sediments: anomalous boundary scavanging and paleoceanographic implications, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., v.185, 135-147, 2001.

48) C. Constable, C. L .Johnson, and S. P. Lund, Global geomagnetic field models for 0-3 ka: transient or permanent flux lobes, Phil. Trans. Royal Society, A, v. 358, p. 991-1008, 2000.

47) H.-C. Li, J. L. Bischoff, T.-L. Ku, S. P. Lund, and L. D. Stott, Climatic variability in eastern central California during the last 1000 years: geochemical and isotopic records of Owens Lake sediments, Quaternary Research, Vol. 54, No. 2, pp. 189-197, 2000

46) J. P. Smoot, R. J. Litwin, J. L. Bischoff, and S. P. Lund, Sedimentary record of the 1872 earthquake and 'tsunami' at Owens, Lake, southeast California, Sedimentary Geology, v. 135, p. 241-254, 2000.

45) S. P. Lund, and M. Schwartz, Environmental factors affecting geomagnetic field paleointensity estimates from sediments, in Quaternary Climates, Environments, and Magnetism, R. Thompson and B. Maher, eds., Chapter 9, p.323-351, 1999.

44) M. Schwartz, S. P. Lund, and T. C. Johnson, Geomagnetic field intensity from 12,000-71,000 years BP as recorded in deep sea sediments of the Blake Outer Ridge, North Atlantic Ocean, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 30,407-30,416, 1998.

43) L. Benson, H. May, R. Antweller, T. Brinton, M. Kashgarian, J. Smoot, and S. Lund, A glacial history of the Sierra Nevada: 52,500 to 12,500 14C yr BP, Quaternary Res., 50, 113-127, 1998.

42) S. P. Lund, G. Acton, B. Clement, M. Okada, T. Williams, Initial paleomagnetic results from ODP Leg 172: high resolution geomagnetic field behavior for the last 1.2 Ma, EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 79, 178-179, 1998.

41) K. J. Whidden, S. P. Lund, D. Champion, D. J. Bottjer, and D. G. Howell, Paleomagnetic evidence that the central block of Salinia (California) is not a far-traveled terrane, Tectonics, v. 17, 329-343, 1998.

40) L. Keigwin, D. Rio, G. Acton, and the ODP Leg 172 Scientific Party, Initial Results from ODP Leg 172, Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, 172, 1998.

39) L. Benson, S. P. Lund, J. Burdett, M. Kashgarian, T. Rose, J. Smoot, and M. Schwartz, Correlation of Late-Pleistocene lake-level oscillations in Mono Lake, California with North Atlantic climate events, Quaternary Research, 49, p 1-10, 1998.

38) M. Schwartz, S. P. Lund, D. E. Hammond, R. Schwartz, and K. Wong, Early sediment diagenesis on the Blake/Bahama Outer Ridge and its effects on sediment magnetism, J. Geophys. Res., v. 102, p.7903-7914, 1997.

37) L. Benson, J. Burdett, S. P. Lund, M. Kashgarian, and S. Mensing, Evidence for nearly synchronous northern hemispheric climate change during the last glaciation, Nature, 388, 263-265, 1997.

36) S. P. Lund, A comparison of Holocene paleomagnetic secular variation records from North America, J. Geophys. Res., v. 101, p. 8007-8024, 1996.

35) S. P. Lund, M. Newton, O. K. Davis, J. P. Bradbury, and D. E. Hammond, Late Quaternary stratigraphy of Owens Lake, California, U.S.G.S. Circular 1119, p. 47-52, 1996.

34) M. Schwartz, S. P. Lund, and T. Johnson, Environmental factors as complicating influences in the recovery of quantitative geomagnetic-field paleointensity estimates from sediments, Geophys. Res. Lett, 23, 2693-2696, 1996.

33) L. Benson, J. Burdett, M. Kashgarian, S. P. Lund, F. Phillips, and R. Rye, Climatic and hydrologic oscillations in the Owens Lake basin and adjacent Sierra Nevada, California, Science, v. 274, p. 746-749, 1996.

32) K. J. Whidden, Steve P. Lund, and D. J. Bottjer, Extension of the western Transverse Ranges zone of Cenozoic block rotations north of the santa Ynez fault, California, in Fritsche, A. E., ed., Cenozoic Paleogeography of the Western United States - II, Pacific Section, SEPM, p. 181-191, 1995.

31) K. J. Whidden, D. J. Bottjer, Steve P. Lund, and W. V. Sliter, Paleogeographic implications of Paleogene shallow-water limestones in the southern San Rafael Mountains, California, in Fritsche, A. E., ed., Cenozoic Paleogeography of the Western United States - II, Pacific Section, SEPM, p. 193-211, 1995.

30) S. P. Lund and L. Keigwin, Measurement of the degree of smoothing in sediment paleomagnetic secular variation records: an example from late Quaternary deep-sea sediments of the Bermuda Rise, western North Atlantic Ocean, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., v. 122, p. 317-330, 1994.

29) P. J. Talling, D. W. Burbank, R. S. Hobbs, T. F. Lawton, and S. P. Lund, Magnetostratigraphic chronology and tectonic history of the Cretaceous-to-Eocene North Horn Formation on the Axhandle thrust-top basin, central Utah, J. of Geology, v.102, p. 181-196, 1994.

28) C. Christensen, D. S. Gorsline, D. E. Hammond, and S. P. Lund, Non-annual laminations and expansion of anoxic basin-floor conditions in Santa Monica basin, California Borderland, over the past four centuries, Marine Geology, v. 116, p. 399-418, 1994.

27) S. R. Paterson, R. Miller, J. L. Anderson, S. P. Lund, J. Bendixon, N. Taylor, and T. Fink, Emplacement and evolution of the Mt. Stuart Batholith, in D. A. Swanson and R. A. Haugerud, Eds., Guides to Field Trips, 1994 Geol. Soc. America Annual Meeting, Seattle, Chapter 2F, 48 p., 1994.

26) S. P. Lund, Paleomagnetic secular variation, in Trends in Geophysical Research, Council of Scientific Research Integration, Trivandrum, India, p.143-155, 1993.

25) Kennett, J. P., J. Baldouf, et al., Site 893 -Santa Barbara Basin, Proc. Ocean Drill. Project, Initial Reports, v. 146, College Station, TX, 1993.

24) S. P. Lund, D. L. Gorsline, and T. L. Henyey, Rock magnetic characteristics of surficial marine sediments from the California continental borderland, Earth Planet. Science Lett., v. 108, p. 93-107, 1992.

23) S. P. Lund and David J. Bottjer,  Paleomagnetic evidence for microplate tectonic development of southern and Baja California,  In, G. Ness and R. Couch, eds., The Gulf and Peninsular Province of the Californias, AAPG Memoir 47, p. 231-248, 1991.

22) S. P. Lund, David J. Bottjer, Katherine J. Whidden, James E. Powers, and M. C. Steele, Paleomagnetic evidence for Paleogene terrane displacements and accretion in southern California, in, P. L. Abbott and J. A. May, eds., Eocene Geologic History San Diego region, Pacific Section SEPM, v. 68, p. 99-106, 1991.

21) David J. Bottjer, Steve P. Lund, James E. Powers, M. C. Steele, and R. L Squires, Magnetostratigraphy of Paleogene strata in San Diego and the Simi Valley, southern California, in, P. L. Abbott and J. A. May, eds., Eocene Geologic History San Diego region, Pacific Section SEPM, v. 68, p. 115-124, 1991.

20) B. W. Leslie, S. P. Lund, and D. E. Hammond. Rock magnetic evidence for the dissolution and authigenic growth of magnetic minerals within anoxic marine sediments of the California continental borderland. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 95, p. 4437-4452, 1990.

19) B. W. Leslie, D. E. Hammond, W. E. Berelson, and S. P. Lund, Diagenesis in anoxic sediments from the California Continental Borderland and its influence on iron, sulfur, and magnetite behavior. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 95, p.4453-4470, 1990.

18) S. P. Lund and Robert Karlin, Introduction to the special section on the physical and biogeochemical processes responsible for the magnetization in sediments, Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 95, p. 4402-4404, 1990.

17) Y. Ben-Zion, T. L. Henyey, P. C. Leary, and S. P. Lund. Observations and implications of water well and creepmeter anomalies in the Mojave segment of the San Andreas fault zone, Seismological Society of America Bulletin, v.80, p.1661-1676, 1990.

(16) J. Bannon, D. Bottjer, S. P. Lund and L. R. Saul. Campanian/Maastichtian stage boundary in southern California: resolution and implications for large-scale depositional patterns. Geology, v. 17, p. 80-83, 1989.

15) D. Brandsma, S. P. Lund and T. L. Henyey.  Paleomagnetism of late Quaternary marine sediments from Santa Catalina basin, California continental borderland. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 94, p. 547-564, 1989. 

14) S. P. Lund.  Paleomagnetic Secular Variation.  In Encyclopedia of Geophysics, American Geophysical Union, D. James (ed.),  p. 876-888, 1989.

13) S. P. Lund, J. C. Liddicoat,  K. L. Lajoie, T. L. Henyey and Steve W. Robinson. Paleomagnetic  evidence for long-term (104 year) memory and periodic behavior in the Earth's core dynamo process.  Geophysical Research Letters , V. 15, p. 1101-1104, 1988.

12) S. P. Lund and P. Olson.  Paleomagnetic secular variation and its relationship to dynamo theories and the Earth's core.  Reviews of Geophysics, V. 25, p. 917-928, 1987.

11) L. Kaplan, S. P. Lund and D. J. Bottjer.  Paleolatitude drift history of displaced terranes in southern and Baja California.  Nature, V. 321, p. 844-847, 1986.

10) S. P. Lund.  A comparison of the Late Quaternary statistical secular variation that is recorded in lava-flows and both wet and dry sediments.  Geophys. Res. Lett., V. 12, p. 251-254, 1985.

9) J. G. Fry, D. J. Bottjer and S. P. Lund.  Magnetostratigraphy of displaced upper Cretaceous strata in southern California.  Geology, V. 13, p. 648-651, 1985.

8) S. P. Lund and S. K. Banerjee.  The paleomagnetic record of Late Quaternary secular variation from Anderson Pond, Tennessee.  Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., V. 72, p. 219-237, 1985.

7) S. P. Lund and S. K. Banerjee.  Late Quarternary paleomagnetic field secular variation from two Minnesota lakes, J. Geophys. Res., V. 90, p. 803-825, 1985.

6) J. W. King, S. K. Banerjee, W. Marvin and S. P. Lund.  Use of small-amplitude paleomagnetic fluctuations for correlation and dating of continental climatic changes.  Paleogeog., Paleoclim., Paleoecol., V. 42, p. 167-184, 1983.

5) S. P. Lund and S. K. Banerjee.  A summary of the late Quaternary paleomagnetic field variation recorded in central North American wet lake sediments.  In Geomagnetism of Baked Clays and Recent Sediments, K. M. Creer, P. Tucholka and C. E. Barton (eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, p. 211-222, 1983.

4) S. P. Lund and T. L. Henyey.  Use of SQUID magnetometers for field tectonomagnetic studies.  In Squid Applications to Geophysics, H. Weinstock and W. C. Overton, Jr. (eds.), Soc. of Expl. Geophys., Tulsa, Oklahoma, p. 126-131, 1981.

3) S. K. Banerjee, S. P. Lund and Shaul Levi.  Geomagnetic record in Minnesota lake sediments - Absence of the Gothenburg and Erieau excursions.  Geology, V. 7, p. 588-591, 1979.

2) S. P. Lund and S. K. Banerjee.   Paleosecular variations from lake sediments.  Rev. of Geophys. and Space Phys., V. 17, p. 244-249, 1979.

1) S. K. Banerjee, S. P. Lund, N. Eyster-Smith, H. E. Wright, Jr. and A. Long.  Correlation between paleoclimate and paleomagnetism for the last 9,500 years.  In Collection of Extended Summaries of Contributions Presented at a Joint IAGA/IAMAP Assembly, Seattle, Washington, Joint Symposium C, 22 Aug.-3 Sept. 1977, F. S. Johnson (ed.).  (NCAR, Boulder, Colorado, 1978.)

 

 

Other Reviewed Papers Written for a Non-Specialist Audience

 

S. P. Lund, Geology: The Earth and Its Changes, A Fourth Grade Teacher Summary, Core Knowledge Academic Press (in press).

S. P. Lund, Overview of Plate Tectonics, A Sixth Grade Teacher Summary, Core Knowledge Academic Press (in press).

 

 

Technical Reports

 

T. L. Henyey and S. P. Lund.  Deepwell Monitoring Along the Southern San Andreas Fault, in U.S.G.S. Open-File Reports #81-833 (1981), #82-65 (1982), #82-840 (1982), #83-90 (1983), #83-525 (1983), #83-525 (1983), #83-918 (1983), #84-628 (1984) #85-22 (1985), #85-464 (1985), #86-700 (1986)

 

 

Invited Talks (last 3 years only)

 

NSF Geomagnetism Database Workshop – La Jolla, California, March, 2002.

SEDI Workshop – Lake Tahoe, California, July, 2002.

Geoforshung Zentrum Institute Workshop on Paleomagnetic Field Variablity – Potsdam, Germany, Jan., 2003.

Geoforshung Zentrum Institute Workshop on Paleomagnetic Field Variablity – Potsdam, Germany, July., 2003.

 

 

Funded Research Grants [as of September, 2004]

 

36) Upgrade of the Paleomagnetism/Rock Magnetism Laboratory at the University of Southern California, National Science Foundation (EAR-, $156,135, one year).

35) Developing a baseline of natural lake-level variability over the late Holocene: a paleoperspective for management of modern Lake Elsinore, Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto Watersheds Authority (LESJWA) ($45,000, one year; PI – Matt Kirby, Cal. State Fullerton, S.P. Lund and C. Poulsen, Co-PIs).

34) Collaborative research: high resolution Holocene paleomagnetic field secular variation from the Southern Hemisphere, National Science Foundation (EAR-, USC award $152,535, two years)

33) Recent History of Lake Elsinore and studies of Human Impact. California Environmental Protection Agency/ California regional (Santa Ana) Water Quality Control Board ($20,000, one year, 2002/2003).

32) Paleomagnetism of ODP Leg 202 sediments. JOI/U.S. Science Support Program Grant ($65,000, two years for participation and post-cruise science, 2002/2003).

31) Magnetic Field Excursions and Related Secular Variation During the Brunhes Epoch  (0-780,000 YBP): a Marine Stratigraphic Framework for High-Resolution Regional/Global Correlation, National Science Foundation (OCE-0082698, $139,600; two years), 2001/2003.

30) A Test of Paleomagnetic Field Variability at Equatorial Latitudes, National Science Foundation (EAR-0106685, $155,400; two years), 2001/2003.

29) A Test of Paleomagnetic Field Variability at Equatorial Latitudes, National Science Foundation (EAR-9980410, $58,800; two years), 2000/01.

28) High Resolution Paleomagnetic and Environmental Studies of Holocene Owens Lake, U. S. Geological Survey Contract ($12,000, one year), 1997/98.

27) Paleomagnetic results from ODP Leg 172: high resolution secular variation, excursions and reversal transitions; JOI/U.S. Science Support Program Grant ($65,000, two years for participation and post-cruise science, 1997/98).

26) Paleomagnetic Field Variability 100-200,000 YBP: A Test of the Relationship Between Excursions and Secular Variation, National Science Foundation (EAR-9526940, $207,000; three years). 1996-1998.

25) Paleomagnetic and Rock Magnetic Study of Late Quaternary Marine Sediments from Santa Barbara Basin - ODP Site 893, JOI/U.S. Science Support Program Grant ($20,167, one year), 1994.

24) Collaborative Research: Late Pleistocene Climate Induced Fluctuations in the California Current, a Paleoceanographic and Ocean Drilling Project Site Survey Study, National Science Foundation (OCE-93xxxxxx, $316,194; two years), 1993.

23) Collaborative Research: Global Geomagnetic Field Modelling for 0-3000 ybp, National Science Foundation (EAR-9304398, $37,376; two years), 1993.

22) Chemical Stratigraphy of Deep-Sea Sediments from the North Atlantic Ocean: Evidence for Abrupt Climate Changes During the Last 80,000 Years, Research Corporation/Partners in Sciences Program ($40,000; two years), 1993.

21) Analysis of Relative Paleointensity Methods Applied to Deep Sea Sediments, National Science Foundation (EAR-9218897, $100,490; two years), 1992.

20) Paleomagnetic Study of Late Pleistocene Lacustrine Sediments from Owens and Mono Lakes, California, National Science Foundation (EAR-9117931, $100,000; two years), 1991.

19) Paleomagnetic Secular Variation and Rock Magnetic Studies of High-Sedimentation-Rate Marine Sediments (0-120,000 YBP) From the Northwest Atlantic Ocean, National Science Foundation (OCE-9000465, $130,000; two years), 1990.

18) Reconnaisance Studies of California Lakes for Holocene Paleoclimatic Studies, USC Faculty Research and Innovation Fund ($10,000; one year), 1989.

17) Field Configuration and Transition Morphology During a Geomagnetic Reversal. Dr. M Bhalla and Dr. A Kumar, Principal Investigators; National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India. 3-year grant funded by the Indian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, 1989. This grant includes Professors S. P. Lund, S. K. Banerjee, and D. Burbank as foreign collaborating scientists.

16) Microplate Tectonic Development of Southern California.  S. P. Lund and D. Bottjer; National Science Foundation (EAR-8816177, $90,000, Two years), 1989.

15) Acquisition of a Cryogenic Magnetometer for Paleomagnetic Research.  S. P. Lund and D. Burbank; National Science Foundation (EAR-8720706; $65,000; one year), 1988.

14) Comparative Analysis of Historic and Paleomagnetic Secular Variation.  S. P. Lund; National Science Foundation (EAR-8720914; $95,000, two years), 1988.

13) Analysis of the Natural DRM/PDRM Lock-In Process in Box-Cored Deep Sea Sediments.  S. P. Lund, D. Hammond, and W. Berelson; National Science Foundation (OCE-8718453; $180,000, two years), 1988.

12) Magnetic Field Transitions and Related Long-Term Secular Variation Recorded in Plio-Pleistocene Lacustrine Sediments of Kashmir, India.  S. P. Lund, D. W. Burbank, and S. K. Banerjee; National Science Foundation (EAR-8601224; $258,000; three years), 1987.

11) Analysis of the Natural DRM/PDRM Lock-In Process in Box-Cored Deep Sea Sediments.  S. P. Lund and F. Theyer; National Science Foundation (OCE-8614680; $60,000, 1 year pilot study), 1986.

10) Microplate Tectonic Development of Southern California.  S. P. Lund and D. Bottjer; National Science Foundation (EAR-8519941, $90,000, Two years), 1985.

9) Magnetic Field Transitions and Related Long-Term Secular Variation Recorded in Plio-Pleistocene Lacustrine Sediments of Kashmir, India.  D. W. Burbank, S. P. Lund, and F. Theyer; National Science Foundation (EAR-8509019; $85,000, one year), 1985.

8) Acquisition of a Vibrating Sample Magnetometer for Rock and Paleomagnetic Research. T. L. Henyey, S. P. Lund and D. W. Burbank; National Science Foundation (EAR-8407832, $35,000, one year), 1984.

7) Quantitative Magnetic Field Secular Variation Studies of Late Quaternary Wet Lake Sediments from California.  S. P. Lund and T. L. Henyey; National Science Foundation (EAR-8313400; $115,000; two years), 1983.

6) Quantitative Assessment of the Drifting-Radial-Dipole Model for the Secular Variation of the Late Quaternary Geomagnetic Field.  S. P. Lund; National Science Foundation (EAR-8212930, $29,500, one year), 1982.

5) Paleomagnetic Stratigraphy and Magnetochemistry of Quaternary Basinal Marine Sediments from the California Continental Borderland.  S. P. Lund, T. L. Henyey and D. E. Hammond; National Science Foundation (OCE-8208181, $97,289, two years), 1982.

4) Paleomagnetic Studies of Neogene Sedimentary Rocks of Southern California.  S. P. Lund and T. L. Henyey; Atlantic Richfield Co. ($44,385, one year), 1982.

3) Deepwell Monitoring Along the Southern San Andreas Fault.  T. L. Henyey and S. P. Lund; U.S. Geological Survey (#14-08-0001-19759 (1981), #14-08-0001-21273 (1982-83), #14-08-0001-21879 (1984), #14-08-0001-22008 (1985); #14-08-0001-G1076 (1986); and #14-08-0001-G1377 (1987); total funding $370,000, 1981-1988.

2) Paleomagnetic Stratigraphy of the Miocene-Pliocene of Southern California.  S. P. Lund and T. L. Henyey; Atlantic Richfield Co. ($33,915, one year), 1981.

1) Late Quaternary Secular Variation Studies in California.  S. P. Lund and T. L. Henyey; National Science Foundation (EAR-8008833, $40,000, one year), 1980.