• Chugwater Fm. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Red Hills anticline, Rocky Mountains, USA.  Chugwater Fm. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Emergent Thrusting. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Salto de Roldan, Pyrenees, Spain Emergent Thrusting. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Boltaña anticline. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Pyrenees, Spain Boltaña anticline. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Cyclostratigraphy in the Pamplona marls. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Embalse de Yesa Cyclostratigraphy in the Pamplona marls. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Extensional Veins. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Valle de Hecho, Pyrenees, Spain Extensional Veins. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Cross bedding. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Castell’ Arquato, Apennines, Italy Cross bedding. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Nigüelas normal fault. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Betic Cordillera, Spain Nigüelas normal fault. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Deformed Berga conglomerate. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Sant Llorenç de Morunys Deformed Berga conglomerate. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Strath Terrace. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Guaso, Pyrenees, Spain Strath Terrace. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Valle de Pineta, Pyrenees. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Valle de Pineta Valle de Pineta, Pyrenees. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Badlands, USA. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Badlands, USA Badlands, USA. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Shear fibers. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Pico de Aguila, Pyrenees, Spain Shear fibers. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Cotiella Thrust. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Pyrenees, Spain Cotiella Thrust. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Valle de Pineta. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Pyrenees Valle de Pineta. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
  • Axial Zone. Lehigh University: David Anastasio
    Pyrenees, Spain Axial Zone. Lehigh University: David Anastasio

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Lehigh University Dan Anastasio - Dan AnastasioI am a geologist in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences who researches the development of active and ancient mountain belts. Currently I have projects in the Pyrenees, Spain, Apennines, Italy, and the U.S. Rocky mountains where myself and my graduate students are searching for the patterns and causes of the unsteadiness in the deformation of the Earth’s crust by studying structures [uplifts, faults, folds], landscapes and sedimentary deposits that preserve records of tectonics and Earth's ecolving climate. I also conduct research is science education that helps to develop science curriculum for middle school, high school, and college learners. I am a member of the Department's Solid Earth Group. My research has been supported from the National Science Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, U.S. Geological Survey, the Toyota USA Foundation, the Aragon Government, Spain, Lehigh University, and various energy companies. I teach courses on Planet Earth at the introductory level and on Structural Geology, Tectonics, and Field Geology to undergraduates and Orogenic Belts to graduate students in Earth and Environmental Sciences at Lehigh University.