The Bureau of Economic Geology The University of Texas at Austin Jackson School of Geosciences
Harry  Rowe
Harry Rowe Research Scientist Bureau of Economic Geology
The University of Texas at Austin
University Station, Box X
Austin, Texas 78713-8924
E-mail: harry.rowe@beg.utexas.edu Telephone: 512-471-1856 Fax: 512-471-0140
Professional Summary
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Research Interests
Paleoceanography of the Phanerozoic Eon.

Geochemistry and chemostratigraphy of sedimentary rocks.

Applications of isotope geochemistry to Quaternary paleoclimate reconstruction.

X-ray fluorescence and diffraction techniques for characterization of sedimentary rocks.
Education
B.A. Geology, Miami University of Ohio, Oxford, OH, 1993

M.S. Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM 1995

Ph.D. Geological and Environmental Sciences, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 2002
Professional History
Visiting Assistant Professor—Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2001-2002

Assistant Professor—Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Kentucky, 2002-2008

Assistant Professor—Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Texas at Arlington, 2008-2012
Selected Publications
Rowe, H. D., Hughes, N., and Robinson, K., 2012, The quantification and application of handheld energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence (ED-XRF) in mudrock chemostratigraphy and geochemistry. Chemical Geology 324-325, 122-131

Rowe H. D., Loucks R. G., Ruppel S. C., Rimmer S. M., 2008, Mississippian Barnett formation, Fort Worth basin, Texas: bulk geochemical constraints on the severity of hydrographic restriction and the biogeochemical cycling and fate of iron. Chemical Geology 257, 16-25.

Rowe, H. D., Ruppel, S., Rimmer, S., Loucks, R., 2009, Core-based chemostratigraphy of the Barnett Shale, Permian Basin, Texas. Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions 59, 675-686.

Rowe, H. D. and Dunbar, R. B., 2004, Hydrologic-energy balance constraints on the Holocene lake-level history of Lake Titicaca, South America. Climate Dynamics 23, 439-454.
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