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Jon M. Krupnick

 Jon M. Krupnick
Field Geologist
New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
801 Leroy Place
Socorro NM 87801-4796
(575) 835-6333 fax

As a field geologist (bedrock mapper) with the New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources, I map and conduct research throughout the state. I am most interested in sedimentary processes, geomorphology, and structural geology. Currently I am working on mapping the Llaves 15' quadrangle, a landslide complex in the Coyote Canyon 15' quadrangle, and helping with a portion of the Socorro 30'x60' quadrangle. I am excited to continue mapping in a variety of geologic terranes and developing my knowledge as an early career earth scientist. I am fascinated by all things related to the natural world and love to hike/explore, ski, and whitewater kayak in my free time. I grew up in western North Carolina, earned my undergraduate degree at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, and worked my first job at the Wyoming State Geological Survey before moving to Socorro in January 2023.

(See Jon Krupnick Curriculum Vitae)


B.S. in Earth and Environmental Science, 2021, Lehigh University


New Mexico Geological Society