Dr. David Leverington
Phone: (806) 834-5310
Office: 316 Science Building
Address: Department of Geosciences, Mail Stop 1053, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409-1053
- Ph.D. University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, 2001
- Planetary Surface Processes
- Quarternary Studies
- Geological Remote Sensing
- Arctic/ Arid Studies
I conduct research regarding surface processes and landforms, as well as the use of remote sensing and GIS techniques in the study of surface environments.
- GEOL 1303 - Physical Geology
- GEOL 3301 - Geomorphology
- GEOL 4301 - Planetary Geology
- GEOL 4331/5341 - Digital Imagery in the Geosciences
Leverington, D.W., 2019. Formation of Ares Vallis (Mars) by effusions of low-viscosity lava within multiple regions of chaotic terrain. Geomorphology, 345, 106828, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2019.07.015.
- Leverington, D.W., 2019, Constraints on the nature of the effusive volcanic eruptions that incised Ravi Vallis, Mars. Planetary and Space Science,doi:10.1016/j.pss.2019.01.002.
- Leverington, D.W., M. Schindler, 2018, Delineating areas of past environmental degradation near smelters using rock coatings: A case study at Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec. Scientific Reports, 8: 17364.
- Leverington, D.W., 2018, Is Kasei Valles (Mars) the largest volcanic channel in the solar system? Icarus.