Research Associate, Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Bob Raynolds is a research associate at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and an adjunct faculty member in the Colorado School of Mines Geophysics Department. He has also taught at the Center for Excellence in Geology at Pakistan’s Peshawar University and at Dartmouth College and done field work around the world.
Raynolds’s dissertation research focused on sedimentary rocks that accumulated at the foot of the Himalayas, which led him to study comparable rocks in the Denver Basin that record the uplift of the Front Range. His recent lectures focus on the impact of climate change on Colorado’s ecology and water resources of the Colorado River system.