Jennifer R Callanan
Professor • Department of
Current research interest is focused on evaluation of post-fire weathering mechanisms related to soil clay mineralogy, in particular, chlorite and smectite. These evaluations include physical, structural, and chemical modifications to the clay minerals and are both field based, from prescribed fire, and laboratory simulated.
Soils, Wildfire, WeatheringNo publications uploaded at this time.
Notable Courses Taught
Courses taught/developed include Mineralogy & Petrology, Soils, Soil and Water Analysis Lab, Geomorphology, Junior Seminar, Senior Practicum, Field Experience, Independent Study. All classes are major requirements for BS Environmental Science or Sustainability or BA Earth Science degrees. Taught Introduction to Environmental Sustainability and General Geology. Both are 100-level major requirement for environmental science, sustainability and earth science. Taught Advanced Topics in Ecology, a master level course in the department of Biology. Taught Senior Seminar in Integrated Math and Science, the capstone course for the IMS major.