Ph.D., Geophysics, University of Arizona, 1972
M.S., Geology, University of Arizona, 1968
B.A., Mathematics/Physics, St. Olaf College, 1963
Dr. Sauck has spent 6 years in Brazil, working with mineral exploration, groundwater problems, and geophysical applications to archaeology, in the Amazon region. He led in the development of the conductive model for LNAPL spills. He has hosted a number of visiting scientists and graduate students from Egypt, traveling there six times to do groundwater exploration in the western Sinai and Eastern Desert. He has done archaeological geophysics in Texas, American Samoa, the Yucatan, as well as in Michigan.