Education

Ph.D. (in progress)
Stanford University
Geophysics

M.S.
Stanford University
Structural Geology & Tectonics (2013)

Fulbright Fellowship
University of Otago
Geology (2011)

B.A., summa cum laude
Whitman College
Geology & Politics double Honors majors (2009)

 

Professional Experience

Teaching Assistant, Stanford University (Jan 2012–present, intermittent)

Exploration Geologist, Statoil (Aug 2013–Oct 2014)

Hydrologic Technician, U.S. Forest Service (Aug 2009–Feb 2010)

GeoCorps America Intern, U.S. Forest Service/Geological Society of America (Jun 2009–Aug 2009)

Water Conservation Intern, Aurora Water (Jun 2007–Aug 2007)

 

Teaching

Teaching Assistant: Reservoir Geomechanics (ResGeo 202), Stanford University Massive Open Online Course (thousands of students)

Teaching Assistant: Unconventional Reservoir Geomechanics (GP 208), Stanford University (7 students)

Teaching Assistant: Rocks in Thin Section (GES 103), Stanford University (7 students)

Teaching Assistant: Living on the Edge (GES 5), Stanford University (18 students)

Teaching Assistant: Structural Geology & Tectonics (GES 110), Stanford University (4 students)

Teaching Assistant: Rocks in Thin Section (GES 103), Stanford University (5 students)

 

Geologic Maps

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Miller, E. L. 2015. Preliminary geologic map of Cenozoic units of the central Robinson Mountain volcanic field and northwestern Huntington Valley, Elko County, Nevada. Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Open-File Report 15-2. 2 plates, scale 1:24,000, 42 p., http://pubs.nbmg.unr.edu/product-p/of2015-02.htm.

 

Papers & Technical Reports

Moscati, R.J., Premo, W.R., Snee, L.W., Miggins, D.P., Bohannon, R.G., and Lund Snee, J.-E. (in preparation). Geochemistry and U-Pb and argon geochronology of select rocks from northeast Afghanistan. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report. 

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Zoback, M.D. 2016. State of stress in Texas: Implications for induced seismicityGeophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1002/2016GL070974.

Lund Snee, J.-E., Miller, E. L., Grove, M., and Hourigan, J. K. 2016. Cenozoic paleogeographic evolution of the Elko Basin and surrounding region, northeast Nevada. Geosphere 12(2), doi:10.1130/GES01198.1.

Lund Snee, J.-E., Toy, V.  G., and Gessner, K., 2014. Significance of brittle deformation in the footwall of the Alpine Fault, New Zealand: Smithy Creek Fault zone. Journal of Structural Geology 64: 79–98, doi:10.1016/j.jsg.2013.06.002.

 

Conference Posters

Lund Snee, J.-E., Zoback, M. D., and Walsh, F. R., III. Mapping relative principal stresses in the south-central United States with application to predicting fault slip potential. Schatzalp Workshop on Induced Seismicity, Davos, Switzerland, 16 March 2017. 

Zoback, M. D., Lund Snee, J.-E., and Walsh, F. R., III. Crustal stress coherency at multiple scales: Utilization for assessing potential fault slip in response to fluid injection. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting invited poster, paper NS43A-1922, San Francisco, CA, 15 December 2016.

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Zoback, M. D. Stress Map of Texas: Potential applications for triggered seismicity. Poster presented at the SPE/SEG Workshop: Injection Induced Seismicity—Engineering Integration, Evaluation and Mitigation in Fort Worth, TX, 28–30 March 2016.

Lund Snee, J.-E., Miller, E. L., and Hourigan, J. K. 1:24,000 scale geologic mapping of Cenozoic units in Huntington Valley and the eastern Piñon Range, Elko County, Nevada. Poster presented at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Denver, CO, 28 October 2013. Paper #146-10.

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Miller, E. L. Geologic mapping, geochemistry, and detrital zircon geochronology in Huntington Valley and the eastern Piñon Range, northeast Nevada: Implications for the paleogeographic evolution of the Elko Basin and surroundings. Poster presented at the Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section meeting in Fresno, CA, 21 May 2013. Paper #27-3.

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Toy, V.  G. Characterization of faulted Australian Plate rocks and comparison with Alpine Fault rocks near Franz Josef, New Zealand. Poster presented at the A. F. Cooper & R. J. Norris Symposium, November 2011 in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Carson, R. J. Terracettes: Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral? Poster presented at the Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section meeting in Kelowna, BC, 9 May 2009. Paper #16-7

 

Talks

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Zoback, M. D. State of stress in Texas: Implications for induced seismicity. October 2016 Los Alamos National Laboratory State of Stress in the Earth conference, Santa Fe, NM.

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Zoback, M. D. Stress Map of Texas: Latest results and work in progress. May 2016 Stanford Center for Induced & Triggered Seismicity semi-annual meeting, Stanford, CA.

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Zoback, M. D. Initial results from the new Stress Map of Texas project. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, paper S21C-04, December 2015.

Lund Snee, J.-E. Predicting overpressure using basin and petroluem system modeling software. November 2015 Stanford Basin & Petroleum System Modeling Affiliates Meeting, Stanford, CA. 

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Zoback, M. D. Preliminary results from the new Stress Map of Texas project. October 2015 Stanford Center for Induced & Triggered Seismicity semi-annual meeting, Stanford, CA.

Lund Snee, J.-E. and Zoback, M. D. Launching the new Texas Stress Map project. June 2015 Stanford Rock & Borehole Geophysics Project annual meeting, Menlo Park, CA.

Lund Snee, J.-E., Miller, E. L., and Hourigan, J. K. Cenozoic volcanism, faulting, and basin development in the eastern Piñon Range and central Huntington Valley, Elko County, Nevada. Invited talk: May 2015 Geological Society of Nevada annual meeting, Reno, NV.

 

Professional Activities & University Service

Student committee member: Departmental strategic planning process, Stanford University Department of Geological Sciences (March 2017–present)

Student member: Crustal Dynamics faculty search committee, Stanford University Department of Geological Sciences (Jan 2017–present)

Supervised 2 Stanford undergraduate research students and 4 eld assistants and interns, Stanford University (2012–2015)

Contributor, Sense & Sustainability (2014–present)

Volunteer Instructor, Stanford University GeoKids educational outreach program (April–December 2015)

Invited speaker: “The William Smith Map at Stanford: Bicentennial Celebration,” Stanford University Branner Earth Sciences Library (March 2015)

Led 3 podcast interviews with Stanford University legal scholars, Generation Anthropocene (2012–2013)

Article: “In the climate struggle, a hunt for realistic solutions,” Grist (August 2012)

Invited Participant, United States–New Zealand Council: U.S.–New Zealand Partnership Forum (February 2011)

Volunteer for Science, U.S. Geological Survey Denver Argon Geochronology Laboratory (March–September 2010)

 

Awards

Gerald J. Lieberman Fellowship, Stanford University (2017–2018)

Manus R. Foster Fellowship in Geophysics, Stanford University (2015)

3rd Place, Best Student Geologic Map Competition, Geological Society of America (2013)

EdMap Research Grant ($17,500), U.S. Geological Survey (2012)

Fulbright Fellowship, Study at University of Otago, New Zealand (2011)

Phi Beta Kappa, Whitman College (2009)

Albert Ripley Leeds Prize in Geology, Whitman College (2009)

Honors in Geology, Whitman College (2009)

Honors in Politics, Whitman College (2009)

National Merit Scholar, Whitman College (2005–2009)