Brian W. Zimmer

My research is in volcanology with my most recent work taking place near Ol Doinyo Lengai in northern Tanzania.

There are 2 included publications by Brian W. Zimmer :

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Evolution of tuff ring-dome complex: the case study of Cerro Pinto, eastern Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt 2010 1052 Cerro Pinto is a Pleistocene rhyolite tuff ring-dome complex located in the eastern Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt. The complex is composed of four tuff rings and four domes that were emplaced in three eruptive stages marked by changes in vent location ...
Radioisotopic Age, Formation, and Preservation of Late Pleistocene Human Footprints at Engare Sero, Tanzania 2016 52 We report on the radioisotopic age, formation, and preservation of a late Pleistocene human footprint site in northern Tanzania on the southern shore of Lake Natron near the village of Engare Sero. Over 400 human footprints, as well as tracks of zebr...