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Julia Eve Hammer
Department of Geology and Geophysics School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology University of Hawaii Honolulu, HI 96822 Education Ph: (808) 956-5996 Fax: (808) 956-5512 email: jhammer@soest.hawaii.edu

Ph.D. Geological Sciences, University of Oregon, OR, 1998 B.A. High Honors in Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, NH, 1993

Graduate and Postgraduate Advisors K.V. Cashman (University of Oregon) M.J. Rutherford (Brown University) Professional Appointments 2006- present Associate Professor, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI 2002- 2006 Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI 2001-2002 Senior Research Associate, Brown University, Providence, RI 1999-2000 NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Brown University, Providence, RI 1998-1998 Consultant, Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, New Zealand Honors Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)
The highest honor bestowed by the United States Government on scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers.

2006

National Science Foundation CAREER Award
The National Science Foundation's most prestigious award in support of the early career-development activities of teacher-scholars who integrate research and education.

2005

Research Activities (1) Publications McCanta, MC, Rutherford, MJ, and Hammer, JE (in review) Pre-eruptive and syn-eruptive conditions in the Black Butte, California dacite: Insight into crystallization kinetics in a simplified silicic system. J Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. Shamberger, PJ and Hammer, JE (2006) Leucocratic and Gabbroic Xenoliths from Hualalai Volcano, Hawai’i. J. Petrology 47: 1785-1808. Brachfeld, SA and Hammer, JE (2006) Rock-magnetic and remanence properties of synthetic Fe-rich basalts: Implications for Mars crustal anomalies. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2006.04.015 Hammer, JE (2006) Influence of fO2 and cooling rate on the kinetics and energetics of Fe-rich basalt crystallization. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 10.1016/j.epsl.2006.04.022. Hammer, JE, M Coombs, PJ Shamberger, J Kimura (2006) Dynamic Submarine Flanks of Hualalai Volcano, Hawaii. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 151, 157-188. Hammer, JE (2006) Interpreting Inclusive Evidence. Nature 439: 26-27.
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Hammer, JE (2004) Crystal nucleation theory applied to hydrous magma. Am. Mineral. 89: 1673-1679. Hammer, JE and Rutherford, MJ (2003) Petrologic Indicators of pre-eruption magma dynamics. Geology 31: 79-82. Hammer, JE, MJ Rutherford, and W Hildreth (2002) Storage conditions of intermediate magmas prior to the 1912 eruption in the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, Alaska. Contrib. Mineral. Petrol.144: 144162. Hammer, JE, and Rutherford,MJ (2002) An experimental study of decompression-induced crystallization in silicic melt. J. Geophys. Res. 107(B1), 8-1 - 8-24. Hammer, JE, Cashman, KV, Voight, B. (2000) Magmatic processes revealed by textural and compositional trends in Merapi dome lavas. J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res. 100: 165-192. Hammer, JE, Cashman, KV, Hoblitt, R.P., Newman, S. (1999) Degassing and microlite crystallization during pre-climactic events of the 1991 eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, Philippines Bull Volcanol, 60: 355380. Hammer, JE, Manga, M, Cashman, KV (1998) Non-equilibrium and unsteady fluid degassing during slow decompression. Geophys Res Lett 25: 4565-4568. (2) Grant Support History (since 2000) NSF EAR04-49888, 2005-2009 Crystallization Kinetics in Volcanology (PI) NASA NNG05GL92G, 2005-2008 Integrated Mineralogic and Rock Magnetic Study of Synthetic Martian Basalt: Implications for Understanding Crustal Magnetic Anomalies (PI) NSF EAR04-09303: 2005-2006 Complex Episodic Explosive Volcanism: Eruption Dynamics of the 1959 Kilauea Iki Eruption, Hawaii (Co-PI) NSF EAR02-36564, 2003 Acquisition of Equipment for an Experimental Petrology Laboratory NSF OISE: US-Chile Program: 2004 Workshop on Origin of El Laco Iron-Oxide Deposit (Participant) Institute for Rock Magnetism Fellowship, 2002 An Igneous Origin for Martian Magnetic Anomalies? (PI) NASA NAG5-12486, 2002-2003 Petrologic and Experimental Evaluation of an Igneous Origin for Magnetic Anomalies on Mars NSF EAR-0087463, 2000-2002 Constraints on the crystallization of degassing magmas: An experimental study of crystal nucleation and growth kinetics

$535,786 $206,566 $85,129 $166,055 $1,500 $5,000 $70,000 $120,145

(3) Current Support as Collaborating Scientist NASA Astrobiology Program, PI Karen Meech The Origin, History and Distribution of Water and its Relation to Life in the Universe NASA PG&G Program, PI Jeff Gillis (SOEST) Testing The Correlation Between UVVIS Color and TiO2 Content in Lunar Mare Basalts (4) Pending Support as Collaborating Scientist NASA PG&G Program, PI Jeff Gillis (SOEST) Examining Factors that Affect UVVIS color in Lunar Mare Basalts $193,991 NASA Astrobiology Program, PI Karen Meech Search for the Source of Earth's Water (5) Intramural Awards Travel Award from Research and Training Revolving Fund, 2004 and 2006 Faculty Grant, OFDAS, Educational Improvement Fund, 2004
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(6) Recent Abstracts and Conferences
Hammer, J., (2006) Lattice preferred orientations of co-crystallizing igneous pyroxene and titanomagnetite at high degrees of undercooling, 19th General Meeting of the International Mineralogical Association: Expansion to Nano, Bio, and Planetary Worlds, July 24-28, Kobe. Brachfeld, S., and Hammer, J., (2006) Synthetic Fe-rich Basalts as Mars Analogs: Implications for the Mars Magnetic Anomalies, 7th Conference on Rock Magnetism, Santa Fe, NM, June 22-25, keynote address. Hammer, JE (2005) Strange Attractors: Symbiosis in Magma Crystallization, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(47). Brugger, C* and Hammer, JE (2005) Compositional Controls on Melt Polymerization, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(47). Brachfeld, S and Hammer, JE (2005) Synthetic Fe-rich basalts as Mars analogs: Mineral magnetic and remanence properties, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(47). Vasquez, J, Shamberger, P*, and Hammer, JE (2005) Timing of extreme magmatic differentiation at Hualalai and Mauna Kea volcanoes from 238U-230Th and U-Pb dating of zircons from plutonic xenoliths, Eos Trans. AGU, 86(47). Hammer, JE and Rutherford, MJ (2005) Experimental Crystallization of Fe-rich basalt: Application to cooling rate and oxygen fugacity of Nakhlite MIL-03346, Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXV, Houston, TX. Hammer, JE (2004) Rapid, Informative crystal texture characterization using surface area to volume measurements, IAVCEI, Pucon, Chile Hammer, JE (2004) Crystallization in Hydrous Magmas, Penrose Conference on Neogene-Quaternary Continental Volcanism, Metepec, Mexico. Hammer, JE (2003) Crystal nucleation theory applied to hydrous magma. Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V11A-08. Shamberger, PJ* and Hammer, JE (2003) Extreme Magma Differentiation in a Hawaiian Magma Chamber: An Analysis of Gabbro and Syenite Xenoliths from Hualalai Volcano. Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract V12D-0615.

Service to Science Community (1) Funding Agencies • Member of NASA-Mars Fundamental Research Proposal Review Panel, 2002 and 2005 • Member of NSF-EAR Proposal Review Panel, 2002 • Proposal Reviewer for NSF since 2001 (19 reviews since 2002) (2) Journals • GSA Exceptional Reviewer for Geology, 2006 • Editorial Board, Geology, 2005 • Manuscript reviews for nine international journals (number since 2002): American Mineralogist (3), Bulletin of Volcanology (1), Geology (12), Earth and Planetary Sciences Letters (3), Journal of Petrology (1), Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (4), Meteoritics and Planetary Science (1), Journal of Geophysical Research (1), Chemical Geology (1)

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(3) Professional Activities, Service, and Memberships • Science Program Committee Co-Chair, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), held in Honolulu, August 2004 • Participant at the Workshop for Early Career Faculty, Williamsburg, VA, June 2003 • Invited Speaker at EarthScope Workshop on Active Magmatic Systems, Vancouver, WA. Oct. 2002 talk entitled: Volcanic Reservoirs and Conduits • Memberships: Sigma Xi—The Scientific Research Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Geophysical Union (AGU), International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior (IAVCEI), Commission on Explosive Volcanism (CEV), National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT), Mineralogical Society of America (MSA), Geological Society of America (GSA), Hawaii Science Teachers Association (HaSTA) (4) Outreach Activities • Career Shadow program. A senior from local high school followed a typical day of teaching and research in SOEST, Sept 27, 2006. • Presenter at orientation for new and current SOEST undergraduate majors, August 22, 2006. • Press coverage in the student newspaper, Ka Leo O' Hawai'i. An article about my research appeared on the front page 10 August, 2006. • Moderator at the Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education (CORE) Ocean Science Bowl, Feb. 2006. Eleven high school teams from Oahu, Maui, the Big Island, and Guam participated in the quiz-bowl event. • Judge at the 48th and 49th Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair, 2005 and 2006, Earth Sciences division. • Workshop presenter ("Secret Lives of Minerals") at the 10th Annual Science Symposium for Girls at Sacred Hearts Academy, Feb. 2004. I brought three female graduate students from the UH to the workshop, and together we described volcanology as a career, discussed volcanic rocks and textures, and demonstrated the optical properties of minerals. • Demonstrator at SOEST Open House 2003 and 2005: World of Optics: The undergraduate Mineralogy students and I demonstrated principles of optics, including birefringence, retardation, and the double diffraction phenomenon. 2002: Explosive Volcanism: Demonstration of eruption processes using a rapidly expanding multiphase fluid expelled from a closed container through nozzles of varying diameter

Service to the Geology and Geophysics Department (1) Departmental Committees 2005- 06 Curriculum Committee 2004-05: Curriculum Committee Graduate Admissions Committee 2003-04: Honors and Relations Curriculum Committee: Designed new course: GG170 Physical Geology Space Task Force 2002-03: Graduate Admissions Undergraduate Student Committee
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Curriculum Committee SOEST Young Investigator Search Committee

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(2) Graduate Students Supervised • Patrick Shamberger (M.Sc 2004), thesis: Leucocratic and Gabbroic Xenoliths from Hualalai Volcano, Hawaii, recipient of Weather Service Fellowship, GSA Student Research Grant, The Stearns Award, and the UH Chancellor's Outstanding Student Research Award • Carrie Brugger (PhD candidate), matriculated Fall 2004, passed comprehensive examination Fall 2005. (3) Dissertation Committees Served Deborah Eason, PhD candidate (Dr. John Sinton, advisor) Wendy Stovall, PhD candidate (Dr. Bruce Houghton, advisor) Julia Sable, PhD 2006 (Dr. Bruce Houghton, advisor) Nancy Adams, PhD 2005 (Dr. Bruce Houghton, advisor) Sergey Tkachev, PhD 2005 (Dr. Murli Manghnani, advisor) (4) Teaching Courses Taught (credits) GG301 Mineralogy (4) GG170 Physical Geology (4) GG301 Mineralogy (4) GG602 Theoretical Petrology (4) GG399 Directed Reading (2) GG301 Mineralogy* (4) GG710 Magma Chambers and Conduits (2) GG301 Mineralogy* (4) GG602 Theoretical Petrology (4) GG101 Dynamic Earth (3)

semester Fall 2006 Fall 2006 Fall 2005 Spring 2005 Spring 2005 Fall 2004 Spring 2004 Fall 2003 Spring 2003 Fall 2002

enrollment 7 3 18 3 1 12 8 9 5 43

* required undergraduate course ** 9 regular and 3 as directed reading for reduced credit (includes graduate students)

Educational Innovations

A Mineralogy Mentor program is supported by the CAREER award.

Two upper-level undergraduates serve as peer-mentors to students taking GG301. Mentors attend all labs, meet with students in informal study sessions, meet with TA outside of class, and develop educational resources in collaboration with the instructor. Undergraduate Student Accomplishments • Undergraduate Lisa Tatsumi is pursuing research in experimental petrology with a Vice Chancellor’s Summer Research Award, 2006 • A Mineralogy student participated in a national Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, 2004 • A Mineralogy student was recognized by the Mineralogical Society of America and received the American Mineralogist Undergraduate Award, 2004

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