- B.A. DePauw University
- M.S. and Ph.D. Northwestern University
COURSES TAUGHT:UNIV 103: Discovering Nature
ESCI 102: Origin and Evolution of the Earth
ESCI 221: Physical Geology
ESCI 222: Historical Geology
ESCI 226: Geology of Earth and Energy Resources
ESCI 281: GIS Applications in the Earth Sciences
ESCI 327: Earth Materials
ESCI 328: Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology
The origin and alteration of oceanic crust and other mafic igneous systems. Dr. Marquez's expertise lies in hydrothermal systems of the oceanic crust that lead to the formation of metal sulfide deposits. Currently, Dr. Marquez and her undergraduate students are investigating the origin of the Baltimore Mafic Complex that is exposed in southern Lancaster County. In addition, Dr. Marquez works with students to investigate the relationship between geologic hazards and bedrock geology.
Dr. Marquez regularly volunteers her time identifying rock specimens for the public, giving talks on the geologic history of the region, and working with Earth Science educators to improve the environmental and geologic literacy of the public.