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THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members

 

 

1.         SURNAME:Greenough                                    FIRST NAME: John

                                                                                    MIDDLE NAME(S): David

 

2.         DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL: Earth and Environmental Sciences

 

3.         FACULTY: Arts and Science

 

4.         PRESENT RANK: Associate                             SINCE: It became available/possible Spring 2001.

 

5.         POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION

 

University or Institution

Degree

Subject Area

Dates

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Ph.D.

Igneous Petrology

1979-84

Carleton University

M.Sc.

Igneous Petrology

1977-79

Acadia University

B.Sc. H.

Geology

1973-1977

 

 

 

 

 

            Title of Dissertation and Name of Supervisor

 

Petrology and Geochemistry of Cambrian Volcanic Rocks From the Avalon Zone in Newfoundland and New Brunswick.  Ph.D. Supervisor Dr. Steve Papezik.

Geochemistry of Hawaiian Lavas.  M.Sc. Supervisor, Dr. Keith Bell.

Maturation and Petroleum Generating Potential of Mobile Intrepid L-80.  B.Sc. Honours Thesis Supervisor, Dr. George Stevens.

 

            Special Professional Qualifications

 

Member Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia P.Geo.

 

6.         EMPLOYMENT RECORD

 

(a)        Prior to coming to UBC

 

University, Company or Organization

Rank or Title

Dates

Okanagan University College

Associate Prof.

1990-2005

University of Saskatchewan

Assistant Prof.

1989-1990

Mount Allison University

Assistant Prof.

1987-1989

Saint Marys University

Assistant Prof.

1986-1987

Mount Allison University

Assistant Prof.

1985-1986

Memorial University (Sir Wilfred Gren. College)

Lecturer

1984-1985

 

(b)        At UBC

 

Rank or Title

Dates

Associate Prof.

2005 present

 

 

(c)        Date of granting of tenure at U.B.C.:

 

Arrived with tenure, Summer, 2005.

 

 

7.         LEAVES OF ABSENCE

 

University, Company or Organization

at which Leave was taken

Type of Leave

Dates

Okanagan University College

Sabbatical

2001-2002

Okanagan University College

Sabbatical

1995-1996

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.         TEACHING

 

(a)        Areas of special interest and accomplishments

 

            Areas of special interest include mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry.

            My most-challenging-to-teach course (due to breadth) is Tracers of Natural Processes

            The courses I teach encompass a huge range of subjects as apparent below.

            In nearly every year from 1990 to 2005 I taught course overloads.

            I also did nearly all work associated with putting the EESc degree program and courses in the calendar.

 

(b)        Courses Taught at UBC/OUC

 

Session

Course

Scheduled

Class

Hours Taught

 

Number

Hours

Size

Lectures

Tutorials

Labs

Other

Win 06

121

3

56

3

 

 

 

Win 06

423

3

12

3

 

 

 

Win 06

449

 

2

 

 

 

12

Fall 05

200

6

12

2

 

3

 

Fall 05

325

6

14

3

 

3

 

Fall 05

449

 

3

 

 

 

12

Win 05

322

6

7

3

 

3

 

Win 05

121

3

35

3

 

 

 

Fall 04

201

5

6

3

 

2

 

Fall 04

200

5

7

2

 

3

 

Fall 04

111

3

78

3

 

 

 

Spr 04

335

~35*2

62

 

 

 

Field

Win 04

423

3

23

3

 

 

 

Win 04

121

3

27

3

 

 

 

Fall 03

418

4

4

2

 

2

2

Fall 03

200

5

14

2

 

3

 

Fall 03

111

3

79

3

 

 

 

Win 03

322

4

3

2

 

 

2

Win 03

201

5

7?

2

 

3

 

Win 03

121

3

35?

3

 

 

 

Fall 02

200

5

10?

2

 

3

 

Fall 02

111

3

82

3

 

 

 

Win 01

456

4

11

2

 

2

 

Win 01

201

5

2

2

 

3

 

Win 01

121

3

36

3

 

 

 

Fall 00

200

5

10

2

 

3

 

Fall 00

111

8

86

 

 

8

 

Spr 00

335

~35*2

20

 

 

 

Field

Win 00

423

3

16

3

 

 

 

Win 00

356

2

11

2

 

2

 

Win 00

121

3

36

3

 

 

 

Fall 99

200

5

14

2

 

3

 

Fall 99

111

6

78

6

 

 

 

Win 99

423

3

15

3

 

 

 

Win 99

356

 

1

 

 

 

2

Win 99

201

5

3

2

 

3

 

Fall 98

200

5

8

2

 

3

 

Fall 98

111

6

83

6

 

 

 

Win 98

256

4

10

2

 

2

 

Win 98

201

5

4

2

 

3

 

Fall 97

200

5

20

2

 

3

 

Fall 97

111

13

126

6

 

4

 

Win 97

256

4

5

2

 

2

 

Win 97

201

5

3

2

 

3

 

Win 97

121

3

29

3

 

 

 

Fall 96

200

5

15

2

 

3

 

Fall 96

111

6

83

6

 

 

 

Win 95

256

4

4

2

 

2

 

Win 95

201

5

3

2

 

3

 

Win 95

121

3

31

3

 

 

 

Fall 94

200

5

8

2

 

3

 

Fall 94

111

6

79

6

 

 

 

Win 94

256

4

7

2

 

2

 

Win 94

201

5

4

2

 

3

 

Win 94

121

3

27

3

 

 

 

Fall 93

200

5

~10

2

 

3

 

Fall 93

111

6

~80

6

 

 

 

Win 93

256

4

8?

2

 

2

 

Win 93

201

5

7?

2

 

3

 

Win 93

121

3

~35

3

 

 

 

Fall 92

200

5

10?

2

 

3

 

Fall 92

111

6

~80

6

 

 

 

Win 92

256

4

8?

2

 

2

 

Win 92

201

5

7?

2

 

3

 

Win 92

121

6

~ 40

6

 

 

 

Fall 91

200

5

10?

2

 

3

 

Fall 91

111

9

~120

9

 

 

 

Win 91

200

5

7?

2

 

3

 

Win 91

121

6

~ 40

6

 

 

 

Fall 90

256

4

5?

2

 

2

 

Fall 90

111

9

~100

9

 

 

 

 

 


 

(c)        Graduate Students Supervised and/or Co-Supervised

 

Student Name

Program Type

Year

Principal

Co-Supervisor(s)

 

 

Start

Finish

Supervisor

 

D. Benz

M.Sc.

2004

?

Greenough

Fryer/Samson

W. Diegor

Ph.D.

2000

?

Sylvester

Greenough

V. Taylor

M.Sc.

1999

2000

Longerich

Greenough

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(d)        Continuing Education Activities

 

            Our field courses have been run through summer session. Although I have not necessarily taught the courses every year, in many or most years I arranged faculty and in some cases prepared exercises for delivery.

 

9.         SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

(a)        Areas of special interest and accomplishments

 

            I specialize in the trace element and isotopic geochemistry of igneous rocks with the aim of deciphering the evolution of magmas and the development of the Earth and its mantle. My best career publication to date (my opinion) came out in 2003 on this topic and my best paper ever is being reviewed (same topic). These papers present a new view on the origin of the largest part of the Earth (the mantle) and in particular on the origin of one of the four major mantle components. Geochemical methods can also be applied to studying the origin and significance of archaeological artifacts and I recently guest-edited (with Mallory-Greenough) a Special Issue of the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. Similarly, I have used my geochemical and statistical skills to fingerprint wines from across Canada, co-supervised a graduate student on this topic and will have 3 peer-reviewed articles in a book on Wine and Geology, soon to be released.

 

            I brought an NSERC with me when I arrived in 1990 and still hold the grant. I have 76 published (or in press) peer-reviewed (mostly journal) publications and 55 of these appeared since coming to the Okanagan. My productivity represented a major portion of science articles coming out of the Faculty of Science during the 90s.

 

            The Kelowna Geology book (co-editor and writer) represents a major accomplishment. Ward Neale, the grandfather of Canadian Geoscience education and promotion says I thought the first (edition) was the best thing of its kind on the market. He is reviewing the second edition. The book set sales records for a Geology book and proceeds led to a $30,000.00 scholarship endowment.

 

(b)        Research or equivalent grants (indicate under COMP whether grants were obtained competitively (C) or non-competitively (NC))

 

Granting

Subject

COMP

$

Year

Principal

Co-Investigator(s)

Agency

 

 

Per Year

 

Investigator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NSERC

Basalt & Mantle Geochem

C

21,900

2006

Greenough

 

UBC - O

Maple Geochemistry

C

5,000

2006

Greenough

Fryer, Mallory

NSERC

Basalt & Mantle Geochem

C

21,900

2005

Greenough

 

C. Fipke

Diamond Indicators

NC

93,000

2005

Greenough

Fryer

C.Fipke

Diamond Indicators

NC

30,000

2004

Greenough

Fryer

NSERC

Basalt & Mantle Geochem

C

21,900

2004

Greenough

 

OUC GIA

Kelowna Geology Book

C

1,000

2003

Greenough

 

NSERC

Basalt & Mantle Geochem

C

21,900

2003

Greenough

 

NSERC

Basalt & Mantle Geochem

C

21,900

2002

Greenough

 

NSERC

Geochemical Applications

C

21,900

2001

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

21,000

2000

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

21,000

1999

Greenough

 

OUC GIA

Alkaline Ponds & Rocks

C

1,000

1998

Greenough

Johnson

OUC GIA

Alkaline Ponds

C

1,500

1998

Johnson

Greenough

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

21,000

1997

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

18,000

1997

Greenough

 

OUC GIA

Layering in Dacites

C

1,800

1996

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

18,000

1996

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

18,000

1995

Greenough

 

OUC GIA

Kelowna Geology Book

C

2,000

1994

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

18,000

1994

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

15,000

1993

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

15,000

1992

Greenough

 

NSERC

Microscope equipment

C

19,958

1991

Greenough

 

NSERC/Litho.

Dunnage Basement

C

15,000

1991

Greenough

Fryer & Owen

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

15,000

1991

Greenough

 

NSERC/Litho.

Dunnage Basement

C

5,300

1990

Greenough

Fryer & Owen

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

12,000

1990

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

12,000

1989

Greenough

 

NSERC

PGE in Basalts

C

12,000

1988

Greenough

 

Mt. A.

Devonian Dykes

C?

1,246

1988

Greenough

 

NSERC

Indian Ocean Basalts

C

21,500

1988

Greenough

Fryer & Robinson

NSERC

Mesozoic Volcanism

C

12,000

1987

Greenough

 

Mt. A.

Mesozoic Dykes

C?

2,000

1986

Greenough

 

NSERC

Mesozoic Volcanism

C

12,000

1986

Greenough

 

 

 

(c)        Research or equivalent contracts (indicate under COMP whether grants were obtained competitively (C) or non-competitively (NC).

 

Granting

Subject

COMP

$

Year

Principal

Co-Investigator(s)

Agency

 

 

Per Year

 

Investigator

 

C. Fipke

Yemen Ancient Gold Mine

NC

4,000

1998

Mallory-Greenough

Greenough

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(d)        Invited Presentations

 

Applications of Earth Science Techniques to Archaeological Problems delivered to the Kamloops Exploration Group (KEG), March, 2005.

Kelowna Geology Field Trip ran for the EdGeo school-teacher workshop, Kelowna October 23, 2004.

Ancient Gold Mining in Yemen delivered to British Museum in London, July, 2002.

Application of Multidimensional Scaling to Earth Science Problems - Department of Earth Sciences, University of Windsor, February, 2002.

Multidimensional Scaling Applied to Geochemical Data - Department of Geology, St. Marys University, January, 2002.

The trace element geochemistry of Okanagan and Niagara wines University of Toronto, November, 2001.

The Geochemistry of Okanagan Valley Wines - International Geochemistry Field Trip group, May, 1999.

The Geochemistry of Okanagan Valley Wines - Department of Geological Sciences at UBC, January, 1999.

The Geochemistry of Okanagan Valley Wines - Summerland Research Station, April, 1999.

Geochemistry of Wine - University of Windsor, February, 1996.

Geochemistry of Wine - St. Marys University, April, 1996.

 

 

(e)        Other Presentations

 

Okanagan Geology Field Trip run for the Young Naturalists Society (Kelowna), October, 2002.

Statistical Analysis of Geochemical Data lecture to Kelowna Prospectors Club,Winter, 1999.

Geochemistry of Okanagan Valley Wines - talk to the West Bank Rotary Club, November, 1998.

Pt Ore Deposits Lecture to Kelowna Prospectors Club, Fall, 1996.

Origin of Peridot talk for the Kelowna Rock Club, Fall, 1996.

Mineral Photomicroscopy two workshops for the Central Okanagan Photography Society, 1995.

Okanagan Geology - lecture and field trip for the Kelowna Naturalists Society, 1992.

 

(f)         Other

 

Talked to 5 classes (~130 students) at Naramata Elementary School, March 2005.

Talked to 3 classes (~ 90 students) at South Kelowna Elementary School, Kelowna, March 2004.

Talked to 3 classes (~90 students) at Anne McClymont Elementary School, Kelowna, April 2003.

Talked to 2 grade 3 classes at Ellison Elementary (Kelowna), November 2002.

Gave a 3 hour presentation to a group of gifted children in grades 3 to 7 at Summerland Middle School, November 1999.

Gave talks to two Rose Valley Elementary classes (Westbank) on the Geology of the area through Scientists and Innovators in the Schools, Winter, 1999.

Gave talks to 3 grade 12 classes at Mount Boucherie Secondary School on Geology of the Kelowna area, Winter 1999.

Presentations to 3 classes at Rutland Elementary, Fall 1997, through Scientists and Innovators in the Schools Program.

Presentations on the local geology to over 12 classes at ~ 7 local elementary schools (1991-1995) generally through Scientists and Innovators in the Schools program.

Presentations to 3 Geology classes at Vernon Secondary School on career opportunities in the Earth Sciences (1993).

 

 

(g)        Conference Participation (Organizer, Keynote Speaker, etc.)

 

            Conference Proposals

 

Prepared the Conference Proposal which brought the 2003 International Kimberlite Conference to Victoria, BC, Canada. Proposal was prepared Winter 1998.

 

Conference Field Trip Guidebooks and Special Sessions

 

Greenough, J.D. (invited organizer and chair). Contributions of Geochemistry to Understanding the Inorganic and Organic Chemistry of Wine. 16th Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference on Geochemistry, Melbourne, Australia, August 27 September 1, 2006.

 

Kontak, D., Greenough, J. and Dostal, J. (organizers). Volcanology of the Jurassic North Mountain Basalt. GAC-MAC Fieldtrip FT-B3 for Halifax 2005.

 

Dostal, J., Kontak, D. and Greenough, J., (organizers). Rift-related Magmatism and Associated Mineralization. GAC-MAC Special Session, Halifax 2005.

 

Greenough, J.D., Meinert, L. and Fraser, J. (organizers) 2004. The Earth sciences and wine. GAC-MAC Special Session SS17, St Catharines, Ontario, May 2004.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. (organizers) 2002. Applications of geology, geochemistry and geochronology in archaeology. GAC-MAC Special Session SS13, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 2002.

 

Baker, J., Greenough, J.D. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. (organizers) 2002. Ancient Quarry, Mine and Archaeological Sites in Central BC: Geological and Cultural Significance. GAC-MAC Fieldtrip Guidebook - Fieldtrip A8, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, May 2002, 35 p.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Hodych, J. (organizers) 2001. The sills and sights of Cape St. Marys. Fieldtrip Guidebook - Fieldtrip B9. GAC-MAC Conference, St. Johns, Newfoundland, May 2001, 11p.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2001. (Chairs) GAC-MAC General Petrology Session , St. Johns NF, May 2001.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Colwell, J.A. 1992.  The spectacular North Mountain Basalts. Fieldtrip run during the annual GAC-MAC conference held at Acadia University.

 

 

Conference Presentations

 

Greenough, J., Mallory-Greenough, L. and Fryer, B. 2006. Biogeochemical controls on the trace element composition of wine. Paper presented at the 16th Annual V.M. Goldschmidt Conference on Geochemistry, Melbourne, Australia, August 27 September 1, 2006.

 

Greenough, J.D., Dostal, J., and Colwell, J. 2005. North Mountain Basalt A historical and petrological perspective. Paper presented at the GAC-MAC Special Session, Rift-related magmatism and associated mineralization, Halifax, May 17, 2005.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Greenough, J.D. 2005. Mineralogical authentification of Predynastic Egyptian basalt artifacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Paper presented at the GAC-MAC Special Session, Rocks, ceramics and glass:  Recent advances in geoarchaeology, Halifax, May 18, 2005.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2005. From Ancient Egypt to Prehistoric America Adventures in Geochemical Archaeometry. Paper presented at the GAC-MAC Special Session, Rocks, ceramics and glass: Recent advances in geoarchaeology, Halifax, May 18, 2005.

 

Benz, D.M., Fryer, B.J. and Greenough, J.D. 2005. Preliminary LAM-ICP-MS analysis of diamond indicator silicate minerals in the Panda and New Eland kimberlite pipes. Paper presented at the GAC-MAC Special Session, Mineralogy, Crystallography and Crystal Chemistry, Halifax, May 18, 2005.

 

Greenough, J.D., Fryer, B.J. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2004. Regional characterization of Canadian wines using trace element concentrations by ICP-MS. GAC-MAC Special Session SS17, The Earth sciences and wine. GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, Lake to Lake, St Catharines 2004, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, May 2004.

 

Eggers, N., Greenough, J.D. and Cernak, T. 2003. Linking terroir and the volatile composition of Okanagan Valley Chardonnay wines. Session No. 74, Terroir, Geology, and Wine: A Tribute to Simon J. Haynes. Abstract No. 74-3. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, November 2003.

 

Greenough, J.D., Dostal, J., and Mallory Greenough, L.M., 2003. Characterization of end-member mantle source components (EM1, EM2, HIMU and DM) using trace element ratios in French Polynesian basalts. GAC-MAC annual meeting, Vancouver 2003. May 26-28, Abstracts Volume 28, Abstract # 559.

 

Greenough, J.D., Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Baker, J. 2002. Geochemical fingerprinting of dacite artefact sources in the BC interior. GAC-MAC annual meeting, May 27-29, Abstracts Volume 27, p. 42.

 

Lamoth, M., Greenough, J.D. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2002. The dating of iron-age gold mining in Yemen using optically stimulated luminescence of in situ pottery. GAC-MAC annual meeting, May 27-29, Abstracts Volume 27, p. 65.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Gorton, M.P. and Greenough, J.D. 2002. The large and the small: a comparison of whole-rock and mineral based discrimination diagrams as applied to the sourcing of artefacts. GAC-MAC annual meeting, May 27-29, Abstracts Volume 27, p. 72.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 2001. Igneous layering in a basaltic flow: On the geological origin of a historical landmark at Henley Harbour, Labrador. GAC-MAC annual meeting, May 27-30, Abstracts Volume, p. 54.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Gorton, M.P., and Greenough, J.D. 2001. Application of whole rock major- and trace-element discriminantion diagrams to the source of Egyptian basalt artefacts. GAC-MAC annual meeting, May 27-30, Abstracts Volume, p. 94.

 

Baker, J., Mallory-Greenough, L.M., and Greenough, J.D. 2001. The geochemical fingerprint of major lithic (glass-rich dacite) quarries. Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff 2001, Information Package, Programme and Abstracts, p. 39.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Gorton, M.P., and Greenough, J.D. 2001. A new mineral-based micro-sampling technique: The electron microprobe and the source of basalt artefacts. Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff 2001, Information Package, Programme and Abstracts, p. 68.

 

Taylor, V.F., Longerich, H.P., and Greenough, J.D. 2001. Analysis and fingerprinting of Canadian wines. Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, Lillehammer, February, 2001.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Kyser, T.K. 2000. A qualitative comparison of Archean and Proterozoic subcontinental lithospheric mantle; evidence from the Shonkin Sag and other western U.S.A. Cenozoic volcanic rocks. GEOCANADA 2000 (GAC-MAC) extended abstract 689.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D., Gorton, M.P., and Owen, J.V. 2000. New applications of petrology: Using augite, pigeonite, and plagioclase compositions to source basaltic archaeological artefacts. GEOCANADA 2000 (GAC-MAC) extended abstract 690.

 

Greenough, J.D., Lee, C.-Y. Fryer, B.J. 1997. Chemical layering in a thin basalt flow, Taiwan: Evidence that volatiles influence differentiation. GAC/MAC Annual Meeting, May 19-21, Abstracts Volume, p. A58.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Longerich, H. 1994. Geochemical Analysis of Selected Okanagan Valley Wines. Paper presented on Oct. 7 at the OUC conference on local research.

 

Greenough, J.D., Fryer, B.J. and Owen, J.V. 1994. Mantle processes affecting the concentration and distribution of the platinum group elements: information from alkaline magmas. Extended Abstracts, International Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of the Upper Mantle, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, pp. 67-69.

 

Greenough, J.D., Owen, J.V. and Ruffman, A. 1992. Noble metal concentrations in shoshonitic lamprophyres: The Weekend dykes, Meguma Terrane, NS. GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, May 25-27, Abstracts Volume, v. 17, p. A43.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. 1990. Evidence for mantle heterogeneity from PGE abundances in Indian Ocean Basalts. GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, May 16-18, Program with Abstracts, v. 15, p. A51.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Dostal, J. 1990. Relationships between convection, volatile movement, liquid immiscibility, layering and cooling history in North Mountain Basalt, Nova Scotia. GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, May 16-18, Program with Abstracts, v. 15, p. A51.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 1990. Transitional amphibolite / granulite migmatitic metabasites near the Grenville type-locality, Quebec. GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, May 16-18, Program with Abstracts, v. 15, p. A100.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. 1989. Evidence for mantle noble metal heterogeneity from ODP Leg 115 Indian Ocean basalts: Implications for late stage meteoritic accretion of the earth. GAC-MAC Joint Annual Meeting, May 15-17, Program with Abstracts, v. 14, pp. A95-A96.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. 1989. Silicate control of noble metal behavior during magma evolution: Evidence from ODP Leg 115 hot-spot basalts. The Atlantic Geoscience Society Colloquium on Current Research in the Atlantic Provinces, Abstracts.

 

Greenough, J.D. and the Leg 115 Shipboard party 1988. Preliminary hard-rock results of Indian Ocean Leg 115.  GAC-MAC-CSPG Joint Annual Meeting, May 23-25, Program with Abstracts, p. A48.

 

Greenough, J.D., Ruffman, A., and Owen J.V. 1988. Subhorizontal injection of magma forming the Popes Harbour dyke. The Atlantic Geoscience Society Colloquium on Current Research in the Atlantic Provinces, Abstracts.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S. l986. The character and tectonic implications of Cambrian volcanism over Avalonian Terrane:  An overview.  The Atlantic Geoscience Society Colloquium on Current Research in the Atlantic Provinces, Abstracts, p. l2.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S. l986.  Prince Edward Islands' alkaline igneous rocks.  The Atlantic Geoscience Society Colloquium on Current Research in the Atlantic Provinces, Abstracts, p. l2.

 

Papezik, V. S. and Greenough, J. D. l985.  Early Mesozoic dikes of Atlantic Canada.  International Dyke Conference Abstracts.  International Dyke Conference, Erindale Campus, University of Toronto, Mississauga, Ontario (June 4-June 7); pp. ll9-l23.

 

Krogh, T. E.; Corfu, F.; Davis, D.; Nakamura, E.; and Greenough, J. D. l985.  Precise U-Pb isotopic ages of diabase dykes and gabbros using trace baddeleyite.  International Dyke Conference Abstracts.  International Dyke Conference, Erindale Campus, University of Toronto, Mississauga, Ontario (June 4-June 7); p. 98.

Stan

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S., l98l.  Cambrian volcanics of the Avalon Zone Newfoundland, their tectonic significance and relationship to the "African" plate.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. l3, no. 3, p. l36.

 

10.       SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY

 

(a)        Memberships on committees, including offices held and dates

 

 

Geology Articulation Meeting Organizer, Spring 2006 (in progress).

Internal Grant Committee, Member, Fall 2005 Present.

USRA Selection Committee, Member, Winter 2006.

UBC-O Hiring Committee representative, Fall 2004-Winter 2005.

3rd Floor space and acquisitions committee EESc representative, Fall 2004 Fall 2005.

Poster Day, judging organizer, Spring 2004, 2005.

University College Review Committee (tenure and promotions), representative, 2002-2005.

EESc Scholarships Committee Organizer, 1992-present.

Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists Liason officer, 2000-present.

Planning & Curriculum Review Committee (Science), EESc Representative 1998-2001, 2003-2005.

OUC Career Fair representative, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2002.

OUC Science Fair representative, 2003, 2004.

OUC Student Poster competition judging organizer, 2005.

OUC Student Poster competitions, NKC,  2000, 2001, 2003, 2004.

Annual Science Division Photography Contest organizer, Winter 1993-2005.

OUC-NSERC Student Awards Committee representative, 1998-2001.

Deep River Science Academy Board Member 1993-1995, 1996-2000 (Chair 1998-2000).

DRSA science projects lead scientist, 1994, 1997.

DPAC member, 1990, 1991.

 

 

(b)        Other service, including dates

 

Fipke Nomination

 

Nominated (Fall 1997) Charles Fipke who received the first OUC Honorary Doctorate in the summer of 1998. Although there have been numerous other offers, this is the only honorary doctorate he has accepted.

 

Department-Related Work

 

 

EESc Program course offerings and rotation Organizer, (2000-2006).

Timetabling of EESc Courses 1990 - 2006 (assisted J. Curtis in 2006).

APEGBC registration and assessment of EESc courses & program   2002-2006.

EESC/OUC representative, BC Geology Articulation, 1991-2006.

EESc Lecture Series Organizer (with R. Young), 2003-2006.

Student scholarships (external, e.g. GAC & MAC) Organizer 1990 2006.

EESc Representative Curriculum Committee, 2005 2006.

EESc Hydrology hiring committee 2005- 2006.

EESc Departmental Tenure and Promotion Committee (for D. Scott), 2005 - 2006.

Course advisor EESc Degree Program, 2000 2006.

Field Courses Organization and Hiring 1998 2006.

Letters of Recommendation 100? over 15 years; 11 in 2005-2006 academic year.

Acting Chair, OUC Earth and Environmental Sciences January 2001 - August 2001.

Chair, OUC Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences 1997- June 2000.

Chair, OUC Geology Department, Founding Member 1990-1995, 1996-1997.

EESc Degree Program: I composed the program, wrote the letter of intent, conducted a demand survey, carried out an employer survey and marshaled the EESc Degree Program through the OUC and provincial review systems, 1999 - 2000.

EESc course descriptions author of most of the ~ 25 new courses or new course descriptions in the calendar, 1997- 2004.

EESc course advising for GEOL & EESc students (exclusive of FWSc), 1990Present.

Selection Committees (25+) representative, 1990-2004.

Organization of Lab/classroom (EESc 124) and associated rock, mineral and fossil collections (10s of thousands of samples) now used by 5 faculty, 1990-2004.

Collection maintenance, Penticton and Vernon campuses 1990-2000.

National Guidelines for Registration of Professional Geoscientists contributor to new guidelines, 2000-2001.

 

Special Speakers

 

            I brought several prominent scientists into the Okanagan and organized public lectures. The presentations by David McKay and Phil Currie are amongst the most successful lectures in the institutions history:

 

Invited Dr. Paul Hoffman (Cambridge U.) to speak on Snowball Earth. Dr. Hoffman is one of Canadas most famous geologists. He has acquired international acclaim outside of Earth science for his groundbreaking work on the controversial Snowball Earth hypothesis.

Invited renowned oceanographer and geoscientist Dr. David Clague (MBARI) to speak on Research in the Deep Ocean Basins. Dr. Clague garnered press coverage from CBC radio and the local press, February 2005.

Attracted the world-famous astrobiologist Dr. David McKay (NASA) to speak at OUC on Life on Mars?. I also arranged interviews with CBC Radio and CHBC News. The lectures were exceptionally successful with 350 + attendees coming from across BC, March 2004.

Nominated Dr. Phil Currie as a President=s Lecture Series speaker and helped arrange appearances on the CHBC Noon Hour Show, CBC radio, CKOV radio, and the evening CHBC news, Winter, 1999. ~800 people attended the lectures making them the most successful in OUC history.

Nominated Dr. Desmond Collins as a President=s Lecture Series speaker and arranged interviews with CBC radio and local written media, Winter 1997.

 

Donations

 

My search for donations has brought hundreds of thousands of dollars of monetary and material donations to the institution.

 

Research grant donation from Dr. Charles Fipke ($93,000.00 in kind) to study Diamond Indicator Minerals June 2005.

Transferred ~$30,000.00 from the Kelowna Geology Committee to the OUC Foundation for publication of the book Okanagan Geology. Proceeds from sale of the book will create another scholarship at OUC.

Research grant donation from Dr. Charles Fipke ($30,000.00) to study Diamond Indicator Minerals August 2004.

Gold ore sample donation from Dr. David Mossman, Fall 2003. Value ~ $25,000.00.

Facilitated the initiation of a $1500.00 yearly scholarship/bursary from KEG (Kamloops Exploration Group) in memory of Ken Daughtry Fall 2003.

Orchestrated the creation of a $30,000.00 endowment for an annual EESc entrance scholarship using money donated by the Kelowna Geology Committee - Winter of 1999.

Designed, ordered and had installed (Winter 1999) 3 granite plaques commemorating previous donations of Plumb, Allen and Sevensma to the Earth and Environmental Sciences.

Organized the transfer (on permanent loan from Parks Canada) of a comprehensive Burgess Shale fossil collection (value, cannot be purchased at any price), Fall 1997. A similar collection was also arranged at the same time for the Kelowna Museum.

Arranged for the transfer of ~$100,000.00 worth of teaching rock suites and their thin-sections from Mount Allison University, Spring - Fall, 1999. As part of the acquisition, ~$12,000 of rocks associated with the collection but belonging to Professor C. Allen were donated to OUC.

Unpacked and organized over ~$5,000 worth of maps and equipment donated to OUC by Peter Sevensma, Fall 1996 - Fall 1999.

Salvaged 15 boxes of fossils (estimated value >>$10,000.00) from the Jull Collection at the University of Windsor, fall 1995.

Orchestrated donation of the Bill Plumb mineral collection valued at over $5,000, fall 1994.

Arranged a library donation valued at over $25,000.00 from Clifford Alan, 1993.

Facilitated a large journal donation to OUC from Dr. Bill Mathews, 1992.

 

 

11.       SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY

 

(a)        Memberships on scholarly societies, including offices held and dates

 

Fellow/Member, Geological Association of Canada (GAC)*             1975-Present

Member, Volcanology Division of GAC                                                        1988-Present

Member, Mineralogical Association of Canada                                              1989-Present

Member - OUC Deep River Science Academy Board                                    1994-2000.

Chairperson - OUC Deep River Science Academy Board                              1998-2000.

           

 

(b)        Memberships on other societies, including offices held and dates

 

 

 

(c)        Memberships on scholarly committees, including offices held and dates

 

Canadian Council of Chairs of Canadian Earth Science Departments, Treasurer, 2005 present.

Canadian Council of Chairs of Canadian Earth Science Departments, Member, 1991 - present.

 

(d)        Editorships (list journal and dates)

 

 

Volume Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Special Issue, Lake Nipigon Region Geosciences Initiative. Volume editor (10 manuscripts) started March 2006.

Guest Editor (Dostal, Greenough and Kontak), Conference Proceedings, Special Issue of Lithos on Rift Magmatism. (In Progress).

Associate Editor, Geoscience Canada , 2005 Present

Volume Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Special Issue on the Grenville Orogen, 2004-2005. Volume editor (18 manuscripts) completed October, 2005.

Associate Editor, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 2000-Present.

Guest Editor, CJES Special Issue Applications of Earth Science Techniques to Archaeological Problems, 2003-2004.

 

 

(e)        Reviewer (journal, agency, etc. including dates)

 

Research Grant Reviews

 

Hong Kong Research Grants Council. Reviewed Research Proposal 706306, February, 2006.

NSERC research grant proposal (petrology), January, 2006.

Hong Kong Research Grants Council. Reviewed Research Proposal 705804, February, 2004.

NSERC research grant proposal, January, 2003.

NSERC research grant proposal, January, 2001.

Hong Kong Research Grants Council proposal, April, 1999.

LITHOPROBE research grant proposal, March, 1999.

NSERC research grant proposal, January, 1997.

Lithoprobe (NSERC) research grant proposal, March, 1996.

National Science Foundation Proposal Number 95-21534, 1995.

 

Research Paper Reviews

 

Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, March, 2006.

Geoarchaeoogy: An International Journal, October, 2005.

Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, October, 2005.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, October, 2005.

Geoscience Canada (Wine Series), April, 2005.

Precambrian Research (Special Issue), April, 2005.

Geoscience Canada, September 2004.

Journal of the Geological Society of London, February, 2004.

Geoscience Canada, December, 2003.

International Geology Reviews, November, 2003.

Latin American Antiquity, November, 2003.

Atlantic Geology, June 2003.

Geoarchaeology, October 2002.

Atlantic Geology, September 2002.

Atlantic Geology, June 2001.

Geoarchaeology, June 2001.

Geoarchaeology, Jan. 2001.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Jan., 2001.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Jan., 1999.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Jan., 1999.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Dec., 1998.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Nov., 1998.

Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, March 1996.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Jan. 1995.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 1993.

Geological Society of America Special Paper 26, E. N. A. Mesozoic Magmatism, 1992.

Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, April 1992.

 

(g)        External examiner (indicate universities and dates)

 

B.Sc. Thesis, Department of Geology, St. Marys University, September, 2005.

Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Hong Kong, May, 2004.

M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences, University of Victoria, August, 2003.

M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Geology, Dalhousie University, 1987.

                         

(h)        Consultant (indicate organization and dates)

 

CHBC News. New mineral found in the Okanagan? Consulted by Mike Roberts, September, 2006.

Friends of the South Slopes Society. Interpretation signs for Kelowna warm springs. Consultation September 2006.

CHBC News. Origin of Layer Cake Mountain. Broadcast interview with Mike Roberts, August 2006.

Nature of Things. British Columbia and Okanagan Geology. Consultation February 2006.

National Geographic Society. Okanagan Lake Geology. Consultant and interview March 2005.

Cantex (Canadian Mountain Minerals, Yemen), geological and geoarchaeological consultant, 1998.

 

 

12.       AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

 

 

Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Windsor.             1998-Present

Honorary Research Associate, EOS, UBC                                                     1990 - 1996

 

Scholarships and Fellowships

 

MUN Fellowship                                      Memorial University of Nfld.                   9/79-l2/82

NRC Postgraduate                                    Carleton University                                   9/77- 8/79

Carleton University Award                       Carleton University                                   9/77- 8/79

Bronze Medal in Geology                         Acadia University                                     9/77

Edward Manning Saunders/ I. Chipman   Acadia University                                     9/74- 4/77

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Publications Record

 

SURNAME: Greenough                                    FIRST NAME:   John                MIDDLE NAME(S): David                     

 

 

1.         REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

 

(a)        Journals

 

Greenough, J.D., Dostal, J. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. (in press). Mantle Component Fingerprints: Incompatible Element Ratios in French Polynesia Basalts. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences.

 

Eggers, N., Greenough, J.D. and Cernak, T. (2006). Classification of Okanagan Chardonnay Wines by origin using volatile components. Macqueen, R.W. and Meinert, L.D. (editors); Fine Wine and Terroir, The Geoscience Perspective; Geoscience Canada Reprint Series 9, pp. 183-192.

 

Greenough, J.D., Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Fryer, B.J. 2005. Regional trace element fingerprinting of Canadian wines. Geology and Wine Series, Geoscience Canada, v. 32, pp. 129-137.

 

Greenough, J.D., Dostal, J. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2005. Oceanic Island Volcanism II: Mantle Processes.  Invited review, Geoscience Canada, v. 32, pp. 77-90.

 

Greenough, J.D., Dostal, J. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2005. Oceanic Island Volcanism I: Mineralogy and Petrology.  Invited Review, Geoscience Canada, v. 32, pp. 29-45.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Greenough, J.D. 2004. Applications of Earth Science Techniques to Archaeological Problems Introduction. In Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Greenough, J.D. (Special Editors), Special Issue, Applications of Earth Science Techniques to Archaeological Problems, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 41, pp. 655 657.

 

Greenough, J.D., Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Baker, J. 2004. Orthopyroxene, augite and plagioclase compositions in dacite: application to bedrock sourcing of lithic artefacts in southern British Columbia. . In Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Greenough, J.D. (Special Editors), Special Issue, Applications of Earth Science Techniques to Archaeological Problems, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 41, pp. 711-723.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., and Greenough, J.D. 2004. Whole-rock trace element analyses applied to the regional sourcing of ancient basalt vessels from Egypt and Jordan. . In Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Greenough, J.D. (Special Editors), Special Issue, Applications of Earth Science Techniques to Archaeological Problems, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 41, pp 699-709.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Kyser, T.K. 2003. Contrasting Archean and Proterozoic lithospheric mantle: Isotopic evidence from the Shonkin Sag sill (Montana). Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 145, pp. 169-181.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 2002. A petrochemical study of layering in basalts at Henley Harbour, Labrador, using multidimensional scaling. Atlantic Geology, v. 38, pp. 161-175. Accepted and printed in 2003 despite 2002 date.

 

Owen, J.V., Longstaffe, F.J., and Greenough, J.D. 2003. Petrology of sapphirine granulite and associated sodic gneisses from the Indian Head Range, Newfoundland. Lithos, v. 68, pp. 91-114.

 

Taylor, V.F., Longerich, H.P., and Greenough, J.D. 2003. Multielement analysis of Canadian wines by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) and multivariate statistics. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, v. 51, pp. 856-860.

 

Taylor, V.F., Longerich, H.P., and Greenough, J.D. 2002. Geology and Wine 5. Provenance of Okanagan Valley wines, British Columbia, using trace elements: promise and limitations. Geoscience Canada, v. 29, pp. 110-120.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Gorton, M.P., and Greenough, J.D. 2002. The source of basalt vessels in ancient Egyptian archaeological sites: a mineralogical approach. The Canadian Mineralogist, v. 40, pp. 1025-1046.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Baker, J. and Greenough, J.D. 2002. Preliminary fingerprinting of lithic artefacts composed of dacite from the B.C. Interior Plateau. Canadian Journal of Archaeology, v. 26, pp. 41-61.

 

Greenough, J.D., Gorton, M.P. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M., 2001. The major- and trace-element whole-rock fingerprints of Egyptian basalts and the provenance of Egyptian artefacts. Geoarchaeology, v. 16, pp. 763-784.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D., and Fipke, C. 2000. Iron Age gold mining: A preliminary report on camps in the Al Maraziq region, Yemen.  Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy. v. 11, pp. 223-236.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D., and Owen, J.V. 2000. The origin and use of basalt in Old Kingdom funerary temples. Geoarchaeology, v. 15, pp. 315-330.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D., Gorton, M.P. and Owen, J.V. 2000. The use of plagioclase and augite analyses for fingerprinting ancient Egyptian basalt quarries: application to pottery provenance. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, v. 26, pp. 42-66.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 2000. Petrology of the Cormacks Lake Complex, Newfoundland: Decompressional reaction relations in cordierite+orthoamphibole-bearing gneisses and associated rocks. Mineralogical Magazine, v. 64, pp. 711-724.

 

Greenough, J.D. Krogh, T. Kamo, S. Owen, J.V. and Ruffman, A. 1999. Precise U-Pb dating of Meguma basement xenoliths: new evidence for Avalonian underthrusting. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 36, pp. 15-22.

 

Greenough, J.D., Lee, C.-Y. and Fryer, B.J. 1999. Evidence for volatile-influenced differentiation in a layered alkali basalt flow, Penghu Islands, Taiwan. Bulletin of Volcanology, v. 60, pp. 412-424.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 1999. The stone source of Predynastic basalt vessels: Mineralogical evidence for quarries in Northern Egypt. Journal of Archaeological Science, v. 26, pp. 1261-1272.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D., Dobosi, G. and Owen, J.V. 1999. Fingerprinting ancient Egyptian Quarries: Preliminary results using laser abaltion microprobe-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry. Archaeometry, v. 41, pp. 227-238.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 1999. Scapolite pegmatite from the Minas Fault, Nova Scotia: Contamination of anorthositic fluids by Carboniferous evaporites? Mineralogical Magazine, v. 63, pp. 387-397.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 1998. Igneous Layering in a Dacite: On the Origin and Significance of Layer Cake Mountain, Kelowna, B.C. Canada. Mineralogical Magazine, v. 62, pp. 731-742.

 

Greenough, J.D. Hari, K.R. Chatterjee, A.C. and Santosh, M. 1998. Mildly alkaline basalts from Pavagadh Hill, India: Deccan flood basalts with an asthenospheric origin. Mineralogy and Petrology, v. 62, no. 3 4, pp. 223-245.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 1998. Provenance of a New Kingdom, Egyptian pottery sherd: Evidence from the petrology and mineralogy of basaltic temper. Geoarchaeology, v. 13, pp. 391-410.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M., Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 1998. New data for old pots: Trace element characterization of ancient Egyptian pottery using ICP-MS. Journal of Archaeological Science, v. 25, pp. 85-97.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 1997. Migmatites from Grenville, Quebec: Metamorphic P-T-X conditions in transitional amphibolite/granulite-facies rocks. Lithos, v. 39, pp. 195-208.

 

Greenough, J.D., Longerich, H.P. and Jackson, S.E. 1997. Element fingerprinting of Okanagan Valley wines using ICP-MS: Relationships between wine composition, vineyard and wine colour. Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, v.3, pp. 75-83.

 

Fryer, B.J., Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 1997. Iapetus ocean floor stuffed into a suture zone: xenolith Nd isotopic evidence for Dunnage-equivalent basement in central Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 34, pp. 1392-1400.

 

Greenough, J.D., Longerich, H.P. and Jackson, S.E. 1996. Trace element concentrations in wines by ICP-MS: Evidence for the role of solubility in determining uptake by plants. Canadian Journal of Applied Spectroscopy, v. 41, pp. 76-80.

 

Foley, S.F., Jackson, S.E., Fryer, B.J. Greenough, J.D. and Jenner, G.A. 1996. Trace element partition coefficients for clinopyroxene and phlogopite in an alkaline lamprophyre from Newfoundland by LAM ICP MS. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 60, pp. 629 638.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 1995. The role of subcontinental lithospheric mantle in Massif-type anorthosite petrogenesis: Evidence form the Jotunitic Red Bay pluton, Labrador. Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen, v. 75, pp. 1-15.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. 1995. Behavior of the Platinum-Group elements during differentiation of North Mountain Basalt, Nova Scotia. Canadian Mineralogist, v. 33, pp. 153-163.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 1995. Influence of the mode and distribution of garnet and biotite on Grt-Bt thermometry: evidence from a single sample case study. Mineralogical Magazine, v. 59, pp. 497-504.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 1995. Petrology of cordierite + gedrite-bearing granulite from the Grenvillian Long Range Inlier, Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 32, pp. 1035-1045.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 1994. Recrystallization of quartzofeldspathic rocks in a Paleozoic thrust belt, Grand Lake, Newfoundland: implications for garnet-biotite thermometry. Lithos, v. 33, pp. 225-239.

 

Greenough, J.D., Owen, J.V. and Ruffman, A. 1993. Noble metal concentrations in shoshonitic lamprophyres: Analysis of the Weekend dykes, Eastern Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Petrology, v. 34, pp. 1247-1269.

 

Greenough, J.D., Kamo, S.L and Krogh, T.E. 1993. A Silurian U-Pb age for the Cape St. Mary's sills, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada: implications for Silurian orogenesis in the Avalon Zone. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 30, pp. 1607-1612.

 

Fryer, B.J. and Greenough, J.D. 1992. Evidence for mantle heterogeneity from platinum-group-element abundances in Indian Ocean basalts. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 29, pp. 2329-2340.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Dostal, J. 1992. Layered rhyolite bands in a thick North Mountain Basalt flow: the products of silicate liquid immiscibility? Mineralogical Magazine, v. 56, pp. 309-318.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Dostal, J. 1992. Cooling history and differentiation of a thick North Mountain Basalt flow (Nova Scotia, Canada). Bulletin of Volcanology, v. 55, pp. 63-73.

 

Owen, J.V., Greenough, J.D., Fryer, B.J. and Longstaffe, F.J. 1992. Petrogenesis and tectonic significance of the Potatoe Hill Pluton, Newfoundland: Transpression during the Grenvillian orogenic cycle. Journal of the Geological Society of London, v. 149, pp. 923-935.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Owen, J.V. 1992. Platinum group element geochemistry of continental tholeiites: analysis of the Long Range Dyke swarm, Newfoundland, Canada. Chemical Geology, v. 98, pp. 203-219.

 

Dostal, J. and Greenough, J.D. 1992. Petrogenesis of the Early Mesozoic North Mountain Basalts of Nova Scotia, Canada. In Puffer, J.H. and Ragland, P.C. (Editors), Eastern North American Mesozoic Magmatism, Geological Society of America Special Paper 268, pp. 149-159.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. 1991. Nd and Sr isotopic composition of the lamprophyric Malpeque Bay sill, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Canadian Mineralogist, v. 29, pp. 311-317.

 

Owen, J.V.; Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. 1991. The nature of sialic basement to the dunnage zone, northern Newfoundland: Evidence from crustal xenoliths. Canadian Journal of Earth Science v. 28, pp. 1073-1077.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 1991. An empirical sapphirine-spinel Fe-Mg exchange thermometer and its application to high-grade xenoliths in the Popes Harbour dyke, Nova Scotia. Lithos, v. 26, pp. 317-332.

 

Crosby, R.M., Greenough J.D., Hattie, D., Venugopal, D.V. 1990. Post-Triassic mineralization in Central New Brunswick: Implications of the Mcbean Brook  Zn - Pb   Ag  occurrence. Atlantic Geology, v. 26, pp 1-9.

 

Ruffman, A. and Greenough, J.D. 1990. The Weekend dykes - a newly recognized mafic dyke swarm on the Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 27, pp. 644-648.

 

Greenough, J.D., Jones, L.M. and Mossman, D. 1989. Petrochemical and stratigraphic aspects of North Mountain basalt from the north shore of the Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian  Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 26, pp. 2710-2717.

 

Greenough, J.D., Jones, L.M. and Mossman, D. 1989. The Sr isotopic composition of early Jurassic mafic rocks of Atlantic Canada: Implications for assimilation and injection mechanisms affecting mafic dykes. Chemical Geology (Isotope Geoscience Section) v. 80, pp. 17-26.

 

Duncan, R.A. Backman, J. Peterson, L., Baxter, A.N., Greenough, J.D., Hargraves, R.B. and Tatsumi, Y. and the Shipboard Party. 1989. Reunion hotspot activity through Tertiary time: Initial results from the Ocean Drilling Program, Leg 115. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, v. 36, pp. 193-198.

 

Fisk, M.R., Duncan, R.A., Baxter, A.N., Greenough, J.D., Hargraves, R.B. and Tatsumi, Y. and the Shipboard Party. 1989. Reunion hotspot magma chemistry over the past 65 m.y.: Results from Leg 115 of the Ocean Drilling Program. Geology, v. 17, pp. 934-937.

Owen, J.F., Greenough, J.D. Bellefontaine, K.A., 1989. Preservation of primary geochemical signatures in polymetamorphosed tholeiite: the long Range dyke swarm, Newfoundland, Canada. Lithos, v. 24, pp. 55-64.

 

Greenough, J. D. 1988. Minor Phases in the Earth's Mantle: Evidence from trace and minor element patterns in primitive alkaline magmas. Chemical Geology, v. 69, 177-192.

 

Greenough, J. D., Hayatsu, A. and Papezik, V. S. 1988. Mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry of the alkaline Malpeque Bay sill, Prince Edward Island.  Canadian Mineralogist, v. 26, pp. 97-108.

 

Greenough, J.D., Ruffman, A. and Owen, J.V. 1988. Magma injection directions inferred from a fabric study of the Popes Harbour dyke, Eastern Shore, Nova Scotia Canada. Geology, v. 16, pp. 547-550.

Owen, J.V., Greenough, J.D., Hy, C., and Ruffman, A. 1988. Pelitic xenoliths in a mafic dyke at Popes Harbour, Nova Scotia: Implications for the basement of the Meguma Group.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 25, pp. 1464-1471.

 

Papezik, V. S., Greenough, J. D., Colwell, J. and Mallinson, T.  1988. North Mountain basalt from the Digby area Nova Scotia: Models for a fissure eruption from stratigraphy and petrochemistry. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 25, pp. 74-83.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S. l987.  Volcanism in the Acado-Baltic Province of eastern North America and western Europe:  implications for Cambrian tectonism. Maritime Sediments and Atlantic Geology, v. 22, pp. 240-25l.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S. 1987. Note on the Petrology of North Mountain basalts from the wildcat oil well Mobil Gulf Chinampas N-37, Bay of Fundy, Canada.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 24, pp. 1255 1260.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S. l986.  Chloritization and carbonatization of Cambrian volcanic rocks in eastern Newfoundland and southern New Brunswick.  Chemical Geology, v. 53, pp. 53-70.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S. l986.  Volatile control of differentiation in sills from the Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada.  Chemical Geology, v. 54, pp. 2l7-236.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S., l986.  Petrology and geochemistry of the early Mesozoic Caraquet Dyke, New Brunswick, Canada.  Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 23, pp. l93-20l.

 

Greenough, J. D., McCutcheon, S. R. and Papezik, V.S. l985.  Petrology and geochemistry of Cambrian volcanic rocks from the Avalon Zone in New Brunswick. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 22, pp. 881-892.

 

Greenough, J. D. and Papezik, V. S. l985.  Petrology and geochemistry of Cambrian volcanic rocks from the Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 22, pp. l594-l60l.

 

 

(b)        Conference Proceedings

 

Greenough, J.D., Fryer, B.J and Owen, J.V. 1995. Mantle processes affecting the concentrations of Au, Pd, Pt, Rh, Ru and Ir in mafic magmas: Constraints from alkaline lamprophyres of Atlantic Canada. Anais da Academica Brasileira de Ciencias, v. 67, suplemento 2, pp. 235-255.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. 1990. Distribution of Au, Pd, Pt, Rh, Ru and Ir in ODP Leg 115 (Indian Ocean) hot-spot basalts: Implications for magmatic processes.  In Duncan, R.A., Backman, J., Peterson, L.C. et al., Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, v. 115; College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), pp. 71-84.

 

Greenough, J.D., Fryer, B.J. and Robinson, P.T. 1990. Geochemical effects of alteration on mafic rocks from ODP Site 706, Indian Ocean.  In Duncan, R.A., Backman, J., Peterson, L.C. et al., Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Scientific Results, v. 115; College Station, TX (Ocean Drilling Program), pp. 85-92.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Hodych, J.P. 1990. Evidence for lateral magma injection in the Early Mesozoic dykes of Eastern North America. In Parker, A.J., Rickwood, P.C. and Tucker, D.H. (editors), Mafic Dykes and Emplacement Mechanisms, Proceedings of the Second International Dyke Conference. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 35-46.

 

Backman, J. Duncan, R.A., Baxter, A.N., Fisk, M.R. Greenough, J.D., Hargraves, R.B. and Tatsumi, Y. et al., 1988. Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program, Initial Reports, v. 115. Ocean Drilling Program, College Station, TX, 1085 p.

 

McHone, J. G., Ross, M. E. and Greenough, J. D. 1987.  Mesozoic dyke swarms of eastern North America.  In Halls, H.C. and Fahrig, W.H. (editors), Mafic Dyke Swarms: Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 33, pp. 102 111.

 

Krogh, T. E.; Corfu, F.; Davis, D.; Dunning, G.R., Heaman, L.M., Kamo, S.L. and Machado, N., Greenough, J. D. and Nakamura, E. l987.  Precise U-Pb isotopic ages of diabase dykes and mafic to ultramafic rocks using trace amounts of baddeleyite and zircon.  In Halls, H.C. and Fahrig, W.G. (editors), Mafic Dyke Swarms: Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 33, pp. 147-152.

 

(c)        Other

 

Greenough, J. D. 1995. Mesozoic Rocks; Chapter 6. In Williams, H. (editor) Geology of the Appalachian-Caledonian Orogen in Canada and Greenland; Geological Survey of Canada, Geology of Canada, pp. 567-600.

 

The above was an invited review paper in an exceptionally prestigious set of books (Decade of North American Geology), and ruthlessly reviewed twice by the rigorous editor.

 

 

2.         NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Greenough, J.D. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2002. Shards of History. Canadian Chemical News, v. 54, no. 7, pp. 24-25.

 

Owen, J.V. and Greenough, J.D. 2000. Les Chateaux in the mist: A cartographic and navigational landmark on the Labrador coast. Mercators World, v. 5, no. 1, pp. 26-33.

 

Mallory-Greenough, L.M. and Greenough, J.D. 1998. Archaeology of ancient mining camps in the Al Maraziq Region, Yemen. Report prepared for Canadian Mountain Minerals, Yemen (Cantex Mine Development Ltd.).

 

Invited Book Reviews

 

Greenough, J.D. 1999. Book Review of: The Earths Mantle, Composition, Structure and Evolution. Edited by Ian Jackson. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 566 pages. Canadian Mineralogist, v. 37, pp. 784-786.

 

Greenough, J.D. 1997. Book Review of: Volcano Instability on the Earth and Other Planets. Geological Society Special Publication No. 110. Edited by W.J. McGuire, A.P. Jones and J. Neuberg 1996, The Geological Society, London, UK, 388 pages. Canadian Mineralogist, v. 35, pp. 799-801.

 

 

3.         BOOKS

 

(a)        Authored

 

Greenough, J.D. 1997. Earth and Environmental Sciences Lab Manual for EESc 111. Prepared Fall 1997, used at OUC since then. Parts have been used for preparing manuals at other institutions.

 

(b)        Edited

 

Roed, M. and Greenough, J.D. (editors) 2004. Okanagan Geology. Kelowna Geology Committee, Kelowna, BC, 220 p.

 

Muggerich, H. 1998. History of the Earth, Lab Manual. I reviewed the work and provided instruction on organization and content.

 

Roed, M. and the Kelowna Geology Committee 1995. Geology of the Kelowna Area and Origin of the Okanagan Valley British Columbia. Greenough, J.D. (editor and committee chair), Kelowna Geology Committee, 183 p.

 

(c)        Chapters

 

Greenough, J.D. and Roed, M.A. 2004. Chapter 4, Geological history of bedrock in the Kelowna Area. Roed, M. and Greenough, J.D. (editors). Okanagan Geology. Kelowna Geology Committee, Kelowna, BC, pp. 29-42.

 

Greenough, J.D., Lutmerding, H. and Mallory-Greenough, L. 2004. Chapter 7, Geology and terroir of Okanagan Valley wine. Roed, M. and Greenough, J.D. (editors). Okanagan Geology. Kelowna Geology Committee, Kelowna, BC, pp. 67-70.

 

Greenough, J.D., Hughes, B., Capstick, D. and and Roed, M.A. 2004. Chapter 12, Mineral Resources.  Roed, M. and Greenough, J.D. (editors). Okanagan Geology. Kelowna Geology Committee, Kelowna, BC, pp. 131-146.

 

Greenough, J.D. and Mallory-Greenough, L.M. 2004. Appendix B, The hardrock trail fieldtrip. Roed, M. and Greenough, J.D. (editors). Okanagan Geology. Kelowna Geology Committee, Kelowna, BC, pp. 175-186.

 

Roed, M.A., Greenough, J.D. and Hughes, B. 2004. Appendix C, Geology of Bear Creek Provincial Park, Boucherie Mountain and the Kettle Valley Railway. Roed, M. and Greenough, J.D. (editors). Okanagan Geology. Kelowna Geology Committee, Kelowna, BC, pp. 187-198.

 

8.         WORK SUBMITTED (including publisher and date of submission)

 

Greenough, J.D. and Fryer, B.J. (submitted). Note on trace elements in igneous-minerals from a Penghu Island basalt: evidence for volatile-influenced differentiation.

 

Owen, J.V., Irwin, K.L., Flint, C.L. and Greenough, J.D. (submitted January 06). Trace Element Constraints on the Source of Silica Sand Used by the Boston and Sandwich Glass Co. (c. 1826-1888), Massachusetts. Historical Archaeology.