Anthony Hall
Department of Geosciences
Hometown: Robinson Springs, Alabama

Research Areas: Risk, Resilience and Recovery associated with Natural Hazards

Office: 2051A Beard Eaves Coliseum


Grad Cert, Geographic Information Science, Auburn University
M.S., Geology, Auburn University
M.A.M., Applied Mathematics, Auburn University
B.S., Geology, Auburn University

Military Service
United States Air Force
1984 - 2012

Selected Publications

  1. Vachula RS, Nelson JR, Hall AG, 2023, The timing of fireworks-caused wildfire ignitions during the 4th of July holiday season. PLOS ONE 18(9): e0291026.
  2. Hall, Anthony, 2016, GEOL 1103 Dynamic Earth Lab Manual Distance Learning – Online Course. Tavenner Publishing, 196 Pages.
  3. Hall, Anthony and Steltenpohl, Mark, 2003, Digital Geologic Maps and Cross Sections of the 1:24,000 Choccolocco Quadrangle, Northeast Alabama Valley and Ridge and Talladega Slate Belt. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 35, no. 1, 59.
  4. Charles E. Savrda, Allyn D. Blanton‐Hooks, Jonathan W. Collier, Robert A. Drake, Robert L. Graves, Anthony G. Hall, Anne I. Nelson, James C. Slone, Daphne D. Williams & H. Alexander Wood, 2000, Taenidium and Associated Ichnofossils in Fluvial Deposits, Cretaceous Tuscaloosa Formation, Eastern Alabama, Southeastern U.S.A. Ichnos, v.7, no. 3, 227-242

Last updated: 07/02/2024