Curriculum Vitae
Curriculum Vitae - Leslie Davis

Postsecondary Education

Florida State University

Master of Science
Physical Oceanography

Teaching Experience

Professor, Adjunct,  Geology and Physical Science, Austin Community College,

                                 Austin, Texas.     Fall 1996 – present.   Courses taught:

Geology 1445:  Introduction to Oceanography

Geology 1345:   Environmental Oceanography

ESTE1301: Introduction to Environmental Science

ESTE 1335:  Energy Resources

ESTE 1302: Issues in Environmental Science

Professional Publications

Scientific Publications, Presentations


National Science Foundation, Cutting Edge Curricula for Geosciences

              Teaching Geosciences to  Urban Students, March 2008, Brooklyn College & American Museum of Natural

                History, New York, New York


                      Teaching Social Issues in the Geosciences, March 2006, American Geophysical Union, Washington DC




Laboratory experiments on the interaction of two warm-core rings.  M.S., Thesis,   The Florida State University. 56 pp., 1986

The merging of isolated anticyclonic eddies. Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 67, 292., 1986 (with D. Nof).  Abstract of invited paper presented at the American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting, 20 May 1986.

Laboratory experiments on the merging of anticyclonic eddies (with D. Nof).  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 17, 343 – 357, March 1987.

Progress of solar pond research in Western Australia, 31 March 1987.    Talk at conference, International Progress of Solar Ponds, Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Laboratory experiments on double-diffusion interaction in solar ponds.  Centre for Water Research, University of Western Australia, 157, 22 pp., 1988.