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Conducting field work in Lechuguilla Cave, Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico.

Associate Professor

Dr. Kevin Stafford received his B.S. in geology from the University of Texas at Austin, his M.S. in geoscience from Mississippi State University and his Ph.D. in geology from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. He specializes in cave and karst studies, specifically void formation, secondary mineralization and mineral resources. Recent research has included mixing zones processes in the Marianna Islands of the South Pacific and hypogene fluid systems of far west Texas and southeastern New Mexico. He teaches Historical Geology, Hydrology, Mineralogy and graduate courses in his specialty.

Phone: (936) 468-2429
Office: Room 309, Miller Science Building
Mail address: Box 13011, SFA, Nacogdoches, TX 75962

Having fun with field work in a small gypsum cave in Culberson County, Texas.

Measuring water chemistry in a hydrogen sulfide cave in Cueva de Villa Luz, Tabasco, Mexico. The yellow on the walls is sulfur.