Matthew E. Brueseke

Associate Professor

Department of Geology
Kansas State University
108 Thompson Hall
Fax: (785) 532-5159

PH.D. 2006 Miami University

A.B. 1997 Miami University



My geologic interests are broad, but primarily lie in the fields of igneous petrology, volcanology, and tectonics.  These interests are focused on understanding: [1] how magmas form and are modified; [2] relationships between volcanism and tectonism; [3] temporal, spatial, and mass relationships between magmatism and precious metal mineralization; [4] physical volcanology of silicic magmatic products and their eruptive systems; [5] volcanic stratigraphy, including tephrostratigraphy.

My research and field-based teaching includes field experience centered on the volcanic terranes of the western Snake River Plain, Oregon Plateau, and northern Great Basin; in mixed volcanic-sedimentary deposits of the central Snake River Plain; in Precambrian through Quaternary terranes of the greater Wind River basin-Yellowstone region, WY, in the Wrangell Mountains, Alaska, and in Oklahoma and Kansas (U.S.A.).

Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions and for information about current/future projects, see the  Research page.

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