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Dave has several current research project that involve Western students including additional cosmogenic dating of glacial deposits in central and northern Utah mountains and Quaternary mapping of more 7.5 minute quadrangles than he’d like.
In his free time he takes advantage of the great outdoor opportunities around the Gunnison Valley including skiing and fishing, and just plain old walking around and looking at stuff.
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Dave attended SUNY Geneseo for college and after a brief stint as a biology, geography, and then chemistry major he switched to geology ultimately ending up with a somewhat odd undergraduate degree in geochemistry.
It’s been a great few years with good enrollments and great opportunities for students in graduate school, oil and gas, mining, and the environmental industry. Here is a brief recap of the news for 2007-09: Dave Marchetti came to Gunnison in the fall of 2007 as our new geomorphologist / hydrogeologist and is thrilled to be at Western.
Dave is originally from a small village southeast of Rochester NY called Penfield.
For his MS project he worked on applying the then relatively new technique of cosmogenic exposure age dating to some debris-flow deposits in Capitol Reef National Park. Towards the end of his graduate time at Utah he started a project with several USGS mappers on the age of lake deposits in the San Luis Valley and was introduced to western and central Colorado.
After grad school, Dave taught at Colgate University in central NY for a year and remembered why doing geology was easier and more rewarding where one could see the rocks and the sun shone more than once a month.