Professor Ph.D. Western University, 1980 Office: BGS 1076 Lab: BGS 1007 Phone: 519-661-2111 x.83189 Fax: 519-661-3198 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Glacial and Quaternary geology; Genesis of glacigenic sediments; Subglacial dynamics of North American ice sheets; Pleistocene history and stratigraphy of Canada’s west coast and Great Lakes region; Antarctic Cenozoic glacial history; Use of glacial drift in mineral exploration
Nguyen, M.K., Hicock, S.R., and Barnett, P.J. 2012. Quaternary stratigraphy of the Ridge River area in support of Far North Terrain Mapping. Summary of Field Work, Ontario Geological Survey, Open File Report 6280, p. 25-1 to 25-3.
Ozyer, C.A. andHicock, S.R. 2011. Identifying kimberlite indicator mineral dispersal trains in the Pelly Bay region, Nunavut, Canada using GIS interpolation. Geochemistry: Exploration, Environment, Analysis 11, 335-350.
Lian, O.B. and Hicock, S.R. 2010. Insight into the character of palaeo-ice-flow in upland regions of mountain valleys during the last major advance (Vashon Stade) of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet, southwest British Columbia, Canada. Boreas 39, p. 171-186.
Lloyd-Davies,M.T., Atkins, C.B., van der Meer, J.J.M., Barrett, P.J. and Hicock, S.R. 2009. Evidence for cold-based glacial activity in the Allan Hills, Antarctica. Quaternary Science Reviews 28, p. 3124-3137.
Hicock, S.R. and Lian, O.B. 2009. Sticky spots in mountain valleys draining the southwest fringe of the last Cordilleran Ice Sheet. Canadian Quaternary Association Biennial Meeting, Programme & Abstracts, 94.
Hebda, R.J., Lian, O.B., and Hicock, S.R. 2009. Timing and environments of the Olympia non-glacial interval in the Fraser Lowland of British Columbia. Canadian Quaternary Association, Biennial Meeting, Programme & Abstracts, 87.