Dr. Lee S. Potter

Adjunct Instructor
Email Address: 
Lee.Potter@uni.edu
Phone Number: 
319-273-3814
Office: 
Latham 142
Education: 
Ph. D. Geology, (1996), University of Texas at Austin
M. S. Geology, (1988), Iowa State University
B. A. Geology, (1984), University of Northern Iowa
Research Interests: 
  • Petrology and geochemistry of alkaline rocks
  • Trace element geochemistry
  • Magma evolution
  • Material charaterization for process control in mining
Publications: 
  • Potter, L. S. (1996) Chemical variation along strike in feldspathoidal rocks of the Eastern Alkalic Belt, Trans-Pecos Magmatic Province, Texas and New Mexico: Canadian Mineralogist Special Issue on Alkaline Rocks, 34: 241-264.
  • Potter, L. S. (1994) Influence of the North American Craton margin on chemical and isotopic variation along strike in the Eastern Alkalic Belt, Trans-Pecos Magmatic Province, Texas and New Mexico: Program with Abstracts 19:A89, Geological Association of Canada - Mineralogical Association of Canada 1994 Annual Meeting (symposium on the origin of alkaline rocks).
  • Potter, L. S. (1992) Trace element variation along strike in the Eastern Alkalic Belt, Trans-Pecos Magmatic Province, Texas and New Mexico: EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 1992 Fall Meeting Abstract Supplement, p. 658.
  • Potter, L. S., Nordlie, B. E., and Stormer, J. C. (1991) Evolution of the Chico Hills Alkalic Sill Complex, northeast New Mexico: Chemical, mineralogical, and isotopic evidence. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 23(4):57. (symposium on gold deposits in alkaline rocks).
  • Potter, L. S. (1990) Evolution of the Chico Hills Alkalic Sill Complex, Colfax County, northeast New Mexico. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 22(7):A344.