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Marc Willis

Marc Willis
Fullerton College
Div. Natural Sciences
321 E. Chapman Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832
 (714) 992-7446)

Fee (including milage):   $75

Equipment needed: Electrical outlet for laptop and Power Point projector

Advance notice needed: 60 days

Travel Limits: Southern and Central California, Chico California

  1. MINERALIZATION OF HOT SPRINGS AND MAGNET COVE ARKANSAS - Talks focused on the mineralization and geologic history of central Arkansas.

  2. ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES OF THE INTERNET - A look at resources provided and government on environmental (ex. leaking underground storage tanks) and geological conditions (example: landslide potential) around your home. (Access to the internet needed for this talk).

  3. ORANGE COUNTY GEOLOGY - Historical geology of the Orange County area. Mesozoic to present.

Other topics on request.

LENGTH OF TIME:  Time can be adjusted, but most topics are 45 minutes.

Mr. Willis is an Earth Science instructor at Fullerton College. He has taught at Fullerton College since 2003. He teaches a wide range of courses from Physical Geology, geology of California, Historical Geology, Natural Diasters, Environmewntal Geology, and others. In addition, he also teaches a variety of field trip courses that take students all over the state of California. Prior to entering the teaching profession,

Mark was a hydrogeologist for eleven years, working on environmental sites through out the Midwest and East coast of the United States.

He holds a Masters Degree in Geochemistry from Washington University and a Bachelors Degree in Geology from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.

CFMS Program Manual and Directory, May 2008
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