Michael Kalczynski

Michael Kalczynski

Email

mjkalz [at] rutgers.edu

Phone

973-353-2833

Office Location

Smith Hall 130


Research Interests:  Structural Geology

Graduate Advisor: Dr. Alexander Gates




Education


M.S. – Environmental Geology, Rutgers University, 2012

B.S. – Geology, Buffalo State College, 2007

A.S. - Applied Sciences, Eire Community College, 2005



Publications


Kalczynski, M.J., and Gates, A.E., 2016. Late Proterozoic shear zones of the western Hudson and New Jersey Highlands. Geologic Diversity in the New York Metropolitan Area; New York State Geological Association Field Trip Guidebook 88, 305-333.

Kalczynski, M.J., and Gates, A.E., 2016. Source and character of earthquakes in the New Jersey/New York City region. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 48.

Gates, A.E. and Kalczynski, M.J., 2016, The Oil Game: Generating enthusiasm
for geosciences in urban youth in Newark, NJ, Journal of Geoscience
Education, vol. 64, p. 17-23.

Kalczynski, M.J. and Gates, A.E., 2014, Hydrothermal alteration, mass transfer, and magnetite
mineralization in dextral shear zones, western Hudson Highlands, New
York, United States.Ore Geology Reviews, 61, 226-247.

Gates, A.E. and Kalczynski, M.J. 2012, Role Models and Mentors in
Mid-Pipeline Retention of Geoscience Students, Newark, NJ, Abstract
ED54A-04, presented at the 2012 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco,
Calif., 3-7 Dec.

Kalczynski, M.J., and Gates, A.E., 2012. Hydrothermal mass transfer and magnetite mineralization in dilational
shear zones, western Hudson Highlands, NY. Geological Society of
America, Abstracts with Programs 44.

Gates, A.E., and Kalczynski, M.J., 2012. Using ground penetrating radar to attract minority students
to geosciences in Newark, NJ. Geological Society of America, Abstracts
with Programs 44.

Kalczynski, M.J., Gates, A.E., Gorring, M.L., and Lupulescu, M.V., 2009. Hydrothermal alteration, mass transfer and
magnetite mineralization in dextral shear zones, western Hudson
Highlands, NY. New York State Geological Association Field Trip
Guidebook 81.

Kalczynski, M.J., and Gates, A.E., 2009. Hydrothermal alteration, mass transfer and magnetite mineralization in
dextral shear zones, western Hudson Highlands, NY. Geological Society of
 America, Abstracts with Programs 41.

Gates, A.E., and Kalczynski, M.J., 2009. Making geosciences “real” for urban youth in Newark, NJ.
Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 41.

Kalczynski, M.J., and Solar, G.S., 2008. Structural and mineralogical variations
associated with the south-western contact of the Sebago Pluton with the
Sebago Migmatite Domain, SW Maine: Results from new mapping. Geological
Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 40.

Kalczynski, M.J., and Solar, G.S., 2007. Fabric analysis using point counting: A new
use for an old tool? Geological Society of America, Abstracts with
Programs 39.