Center For Geospatial Data Analysis (Personnel)

Dr. Doug Edmonds




Sedimentology, stratigraphy, and geomorphology of depositional sedimentary systems such as deltas and floodplains; numerical modeling of sedimentary processes; field observation and laboratory experimentation related to sedimentology.

Doug Edmonds is an Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences at Indiana University and a Principal Researcher at the Center for Geospatial Data Analysis. Doug's research focuses on improving our understanding of reach-scale features such as levees and river channel bars in addition to broad-scale systems like deltas and river belts. He was recently awarded the Robert R. Schrock Professorship in Sedimentary Geology at Indiana University.

Department of Geological Sciences

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