Denny CappsMontana State University and Simon Fraser University
I am a web resources technician for the Earth Sciences Department at Montana State University. I recently completed a M.S. in geology at MSU where my education focused on Cordilleran glacial geology and Earth science education.
As of fall 2004, I have joined the PhD program at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia where I'll be studying geologic hazards.
EducationSimon Fraser University, PhD student, geology
Montana State University - Geology, M.S, 2004
Louisiana Tech University - Geology, B.S., 1997
Capps, D.L., Kirk, K.B., Mogk, D.W., and Manduca, C.A., 2004, Web-Based Resources to Support Teaching and Learning about the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Abstract with program from Geological Society of America meeting, Denver, Colorado. November 2004. Abstract Exploring the Yellowstone Geoecosystem.
Capps, D.L., 2003, The West Creek Glacial Outburst Flood - Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park - Skagway, Alaska. Abstract with program from Geological Society of America meeting, Seattle, Washington. November 2003. Abstract
Capps, D.L., 2003, The Quaternary History of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet Fringe, Ashley Lake, Montana. Abstract with program from Geological Society of America Rocky Mountain Section meeting, Durango, Colorado. May 2003.