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William M. ("Drew") Andrews Jr.
Title:Head, Geologic Mapping Section
Kentucky Geological Survey
504 Rose Street
228 Mining and Mineral Resources Bldg.
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506-0107
- 1993, B.S., Geology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
- 1997, M.S., Geology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
- 2004, Ph.D., Geology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
Manages the programs and actyivities of the Geologic Mapping Section, which includes oversight of Quaternary mapping and geomorphology projects for USGS StateMap grant. Interests include physiography, landforms, and landscapes; fluvial erosion and geomorphology; impact of geology on human history and society; communicating geologic information to geotechnical professionals, emergency managers, land-use planners and other non-geological audiences.
- Kentucky Registered Professional Geologist #2262
- Geological Society of America
- Andrews, W.M., Jr., 2006, Geologic controls on Plio-Pleistocene drainage evolution of the Kentucky River in central Kentucky: Kentucky Geological Survey Thesis Series, ser. 12, n. TS 4, 216 p.(15Mb PDF)
- Andrews, W.M., Jr., Martin, S.L., Counts, R.C., Beck, E.G., Nuttall, B.C., Durbin, J.M., Waninger, S.E., Lutz, J.D., and Henn, K.E., 2006, Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology of the Lower Ohio River Valley—Mapping and Applications: Guidebook for Joint Field Conference of the KSPG and the Kentucky Section of the AIPG, 57 p.
- Andrews, W.M. Jr, 2005, Geology and the Civil War in central Kentucky—Camp Nelson: Field Trip Guidebook, American Institute of Professional Geologists Annual Meeting, 25 p.
- Andrews, W.M., 2004, Geological controls on Plio-Pleistocene drainage evolution of the Kentucky River in central Kentucky: University of Kentucky, PhD dissertation, 222 p.
- Phillips, J.D., Martin, L.L., Nordberg, V.G., and Andrews, W.M., 2004, Divergent evolution in fluviokarst landscapes of central Kentucky: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, v. 29, p. 799-819.
- Greb, S.F., Andrews, W.M., Eble, C.F., DiMichele, W., Cecil, C.B., and Hower, J.C., 2003, Desmoinesian coal beds of the Eastern Interior and surrounding basins: The largest tropical peat mires in earth history, in Chan, M.A., and Archer, A.W., eds., Extreme depositional environments: Mega-end members in geologic time: Geological Society of America, Special Publication 370, p. 127-150.
- Ruthven, C.L., Kiefer, J.D., Greb, S.F., and Andrews, W.M., 2003, Geologic maps and geologic issues in Kentucky; a citizen's guide: Kentucky Geological Survey, series 12, Special Publication No. 3, 27 p.
- Ehlen, J, Abrahart, R.J., and Andrews, W.M., 2003, Field artillery and terrain in the American Civil War: the Battle of Perryville, October 8, 1862: Proceedings, The International Conference On Military Geography And Geology, extended abstract with figures on CDROM.
- Andrews, W.M., Crawford, M.M., Hickman, J.B., 2002, Influence of geology on the military and cultural history of the Bluegrass Region, Kentucky, in Ettensohn, F.R., and Smath, M.L., eds., Guidebook for Geology Field Trips in Kentucky and Adjacent Areas: Geological Society of America/University of Kentucky, p. 108-128.
- Andrews, W.M., Ettensohn, F.R., Gooding, P.J., and Smath, M.L., 2002, Impact of Geology on Human History at Camp Nelson and Perryville, Central Kentucky: Kentucky Society for Professional Geologists Annual Field Trip Guidebook, September 19-21, 112 p.
- Greb, S.F., Eble, C.F., Hower, J.C., and Andrews, W.M., 2002, Multiple-bench architecture and interactions of original mire phases-Examples from the Middle Pennsylvanian of the Central Appalachian Basin, USA: International Journal of Coal Geology, v. 49, p. 147-175.
- Greb, S.F., Chesnut, D.R., Jr., Dever, G.R., Jr., Harris, D.C., Ettensohn, F.R., Mason, C.E., Andrews, W.M., Howell, P.D., Eble, C.F., Caudill, M.R., Houck, K.J., and Nelson, W.J., 2002, Pound Gap--A new reference section for Mississippian strata on Pine Mountain, central Appalachian Basin, U.S.A., in Hills, L.V., Henderson, C.M., and Bamber, E.W., eds., Carboniferous and Permian of the world: Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 19, p. 696-709.
- Woods, A.J., Omernik, J.M., Martin, W.H., Pond, G.J., Andrews, W.M., Call, S.M., Comstock, J.A., and Taylor, D.D., 2002, Ecoregions of Kentucky (color poster with map, descriptive text, summary tables, and photographs), Reston VA, U.S. Geological Survey, color poster with map, (map scale 1:1,000,000).
- Weisenfluh, G.A., W.M. Andrews, and J.K. Hiett, 2001, "Coal availability in western Kentucky," KGS Report of Investigations No 8, Series XII, 29 pp.
- Andrews, W.M., 2000, "Influence of geology on the history of central Kentucky," National Speleological Society Convention Guidebook, p. 111-125.
- Andrews, W.M., Andrews, R.E., and Hiett, J.K., 2000, "Coal resources of the Springfield coal bed in western Kentucky," KGS Map and Chart Series 10, ser. XII, 1 sheet.
- Andrews, W.M., Greb, S.F., and Andrews, R.E., 2000, "Structure and overburden of the Springfield coal bed in western Kentucky," KGS Map and Chart Series 11, ser. XII, 1 sheet.
- Andrews, W.M., Sweet, M., and Woolery, E., 2000, Review of practical geology: Kentucky Society of Professional Geologists Workshop Course Notebook, 120 p.
- Eble, C.F., J.C. Hower, and W.M. Andrews Jr. (1999) Compositional variations in the Fire Clay Coal Bed of Eastern Kentucky: geochemistry, petrography, palynology, and paleoecology. Kentucky Geological Survey, series 11, Report of Investigations 14.
- Thacker, E.E., G.A. Weisenfluh, and W.M. Andrews Jr., 1998, Total coal thickness of the Lower Elkhorn coal in eastern Kentucky. Kentucky Geological Survey Map and Chart Series MCS 20.
- Andrews, W.M., Hower, J.C., Eble, C.F., Ferm, J.C., Evans, S.D., Sirek, N.S., and Warrell, M.J., 1996, A depositional model for the Taylor coal bed, Martin and Johnson counties, eastern Kentucky, in Hower, J.C., and C.F. Eble, eds., Geology and Petrology of Appalachian Coals (special issue): International Journal of Coal Geology, v. 31, p. 151-167.
- Andrews, W.M., Hower, J.C., and Hiett, J.K., 1994, Lithologic and geochemical investigations of the Fire Clay coal bed, southeastern Kentucky, in the vicinity of sandstone washouts: International Journal of Coal Geology, v. 26, p. 95-115