I teach Mineralogy, Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology, Introductory Geology, Environmental Geology, and Geochemistry. Outside the classroom, my's interests include travel, mountaineering, hiking, mountain biking, and telemark skiing. I live in the Blue Mountains outside Walla Walla with my wife, Deborah. Incidentally, I changed my middle initial from K to D when I married and took Deborah's maiden name for my middle name. Hence the change on some publications. We own a dog (Sophie) and a cat (Morbin).
An Introduction to Igneous and Metmorphic Petrology. Winter, J. D. (2001) Prentice Hall. 697 p.
The Proterozoic Nagssugtoqidian mobile belt of southeast Greenland: A link between the eastern Canadian and Baltic Shields, (1991). Bridgwater, D., Austrheim, H., Mengel, F., Pedersen, S., and Winter, J. Geoscience Canada, 17, 305-310.
Research on the Archean rocks of Northern Labrador, Progress Report, 1989. Bridgwater, D., Mengel, F., Schiotte, L., and Winter, J. in Current Research (1990) Newfoundland Department of Mines and Energy, Geological Survey Branch, Report 90-1, p 227-236.
Deformation and mass-transport in the Nordre-Stromfjord shear zone, central West Greenland. Sorensen, K. and Winter, J.D. in Fluid Movements, Element Transport, and the Composition of the Deep Crust. D. Bridgwater. ed., ASI, 1988
The thermal expansion and high temperature crystal chemistry of the Al2SiO5 polymorphs. Winter and Ghose. Am. Mineral. 64, 573-586, 1979
A high temperature structural study of high albite, monalbite and the analbite-monalbite phase transition. Winter, Okamura, and Ghose. Am. Mineral. 64, 409-423. 1979.
A high temperature study of the thermal expansion and the anisotropy of the sodium atom in low albite. Winter, Okamura, and Ghose, Am. Mineral. 62, 921-931. 1977.
Skarn formation associated with the Wallowa Batholith, NE Oregon. Winter, J. GSA Annual Meeting. San Diego. 1991, Abstr.