Research Projects and Publications
Schumaker, D., 2007, Environmental Conditions of the Tecopa Basin during the Pleistocene based on fossilized diatom assemblages below the Bishop Tuff, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, Vol. 39, No. 6, p. 401.
Schumaker, D., 2006, Environmental Conditions of the Tecopa Basin during the Pleistocene based on fossilized diatom assemblages below the Bishop Tuff, Senior thesis, San Francisco State University, Department of Geosciences.
Lackey, H., 2006, Schumaker, D., San Francisco Bay Area Fault Observations Displayed in Google Earth, Eos. Trans. AGU, 87 (52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract ED43C-0948.
White, L.D., 2005, Gonzales, J., Schumaker, D., Williams, D., The Purisima Formation at Capitola Beach, Santa Cruz County, CA: A Deeper Examination of Pliocene Fossils, Eos Trans. AGU, 86, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract ED43A-0845.
Schumaker, D., 2004, Mapping the San Gabriel Mountains Bright Spot using Local Events, SCEC annual meeting, Palm Springs, CA, Sept. 19-22.
Schumaker, D., 2003, Rate of Sediment Influx into Lake Mead from the Colorado River, thesis project, Cal State University, San Bernardino.
Field Work Experience
Sediment Cover and Lithologic Feedbacks in Bedrock Channels and Canyons, Joel Johnson (MIT), Dr. Kelin Whipple (MIT) and Dr. Leonard Sklar (SFSU) – Field assistant in the Henry Mountains, Utah in 2005.
Rate of deposition in travertine dams along Fossil Creek, Arizona, Brian Fuller (SFSU) – Field assistant, 2005.
Mapping beheaded stream channels along the San Andreas fault in Southern California, Reed Burgette (UOregon) – Field assistant, helped with digital mapping, 2003.
Monitoring elastic strain on the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults using GPS, Dr. Sally McGill (CSUSB) – Field assistant in Mojave Desert, 2003. [View website]