Outstanding student paper


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One presentation in the Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Section was named an Outstanding Student Paper at the 1996 Spring Meeting in Baltimore, Md.

Michael J. Harris was honored for his presentation of “Geotectonic Displacement of the Stikinia Terrane: Evidence From Paleomagnetic Measurements on the Whitehorse Pluton, Yukon Territory.” A native of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, he received his B.Sc. from the University of Windsor (Windsor, Ontario) in 1991. His research then focused on petrology, geochemistry and field studies on the Skootamatta Pluton in the Grenville Province, Eastern Ontario. In 1994, he earned an M.Sc. also from the University of Windsor.