Geophysics

The Geophysics faculty are concerned with the broad range of physical processes affecting the solid Earth, from the core, mantle, and crust to the cryosphere, and carry out related studies of Mercury, Mars, and Earth's moon. We focus on understanding plate-tectonic processes in marine and terrestrial settings, determining the structure of the Earth's interior, and understanding earthquake and volcano dynamics. We study mechanisms for ice, magma, and sediment transport and for the exchange of mass between the solid Earth and its fluid envelope, and we work to understand interactions of large-scale surface deformation with the oceans and atmosphere. We are also concerned with the quantitative study of natural hazards and associated risks, hydrocarbon exploration and extraction, and explosion and earthquake monitoring for the verification of nuclear test-ban treaties. Our research draws on a variety of approaches, including seismology; geodesy; remote sensing; volcanology; physical glaciology; rock mechanics; and geophysical fluid dynamics. We emphasize the integration of data-analysis and modeling approaches, and many faculty maintain active field programs and engage in the development of geophysical instrumentation. The Geophysics faculty contribute expertise to inform decision-making at the local, national and international levels.

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James Gaherty
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James
Gaherty
Lamont Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Seismology Geology and Tectonophysics
Lecturer
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Associate Director - Seismology, Geology and Tectonophysics
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Contact Information
108G Seismology
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8450

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Fields of interest: 

Earthquake Seismology, Geodynamics

My research program focuses on using seismological observations to better understand the crust and mantle dynamics underlying surface deformation, including faulting, magmatism, and the formation and evolution of lithospheric plates.  The tectonic processes that shape the habitable surface environment impact humanity in a number of ways, including by producing major natural hazards such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, and landslides, influencing climate and weather over a variety of length and time scales, and establishing the framework for the deposition and storage of major earth resources. In my research, I utilize seismic images of the Earths deep interior to gain a better understanding of the processes that underlie faulting, magmatism, and tectonic deformation. This effort often requires collecting new seismic data in field locations spanning the globe, including from ocean-bottom instruments deployed on the seafloor.

Education
Ph.D. Geophysics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1995
M.S. Geology
University of Michigan
1990
B.S. Geophysics
Brown University
1986
Selected Publications:
Imaging continental breakup using teleseismic body waves: The Woodlark Rift, Papua New Guinea, Eilon, Z.; Abers, G. A.; Gaherty, J. B.; Jin, G. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (2015) 10.1002/2015GC005835
Anisotropy beneath a highly extended continental rift, Eilon, Z.; Abers, G. A.; Jin, G.; Gaherty, J. B. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G-cubed) 03/2014, Volume: 15, Issue: 3 p.: 545-564 (2014) 10.1002/2013GC005092
Body-wave tomography of western Canada, Mercier, J-P; Bostock, MG; Cassidy, JF; Dueker, K; Gaherty, JB; Garnero, EJ; Revenaugh, J; Zandt, G Tectonophysics, Volume: 475 p.: 101016/jtecto200905030 (2009) (2010)
The teleseismic signature of fossil subduction: Northwestern Canada, Mercier, J. P.; Bostock, M. G.; Audet, P.; Gaherty, J. B.; Garnero, E. J.; Revenaugh, J. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Apr 29, Volume: 113, Issue: B4 p.: - (2008) Doi 10.1029/2007jb005127
Seismic velocity structure and depth-dependence of anisotropy in the Red Sea and Arabian shield from surface wave analysis, Hansen, S. E.; Gaherty, J. B.; Schwartz, S. Y.; Rodgers, A. J.; Al-Amri, A. M. S. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Oct 14, Volume: 113, Issue: B10 p.: - (2008) Doi 10.1029/2007jb005335
Evaluating hot spot-ridge interaction in the Atlantic from regional-scale seismic observations, Gaherty, J. B.; Dunn, R. A. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems May 11, Volume: 8 p.: - (2007) Doi 10.1029/2006gc001533
Surface wave tomography of the upper mantle beneath the Reykjanes Ridge with implications for ridge-hot spot interaction, Delorey, A. A.; Dunn, R. A.; Gaherty, J. B. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Aug 24, Volume: 112, Issue: B8 p.: - (2007) Doi 10.1029/2006jb004785
Kerry Key
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Kerry
Key
Associate Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Contact Information
305C Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8604

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(845) 365-8156

Fields of interest: 

Marine Geology & Geophysics
Bridgit Boulahanis
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Bridgit
Boulahanis
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Contact Information
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303F Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8355

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Maya Tolstoy
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Maya
Tolstoy
Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Contact Information
303B Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8791

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(845) 365-8156

Fields of interest: 

Marine Geophysics
Education
B.Sc. Honors Geophysics
University of Edinburgh
1988
Ph.D.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD
1994
Selected Publications:
Seismic identification of along-axis hydrothermal flow on the East Pacific Rise, Tolstoy, M.; Waldhauser, F.; Bohnenstiehl, D. R.; Weekly, R. T.; Kim, W. Y. Nature Jan 10, Volume: 451, Issue: 7175 p.: 181-U7 (2008) Doi 10.1038/Nature06424
A sea-floor spreading event captured by seismometers, Tolstoy, M.; Cowen, J. P.; Baker, E. T.; Fornari, D. J.; Rubin, K. H.; Shank, T. M.; Waldhauser, F.; Bohnenstiehl, D. R.; Forsyth, D. W.; Holmes, R. C.; Love, B.; Perfit, M. R.; Weekly, R. T.; Soule, S. A.; Glazer, B. Science Dec 22, Volume: 314, Issue: 5807 p.: 1920-1922 (2006) DOI 10.1126/science.1133950
Hydroacoustic constraints on the rupture duration, length, and speed of the Great Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake, Tolstoy, M.; Bohnenstiehl, D. R. Seismological Research Letters Jul-Aug, Volume: 76, Issue: 4 p.: 419-425 (2005)
Broadband calibration of R/V Ewing seismic sources, Tolstoy, M.; Diebold, J. B.; Webb, S. C.; Bohnenstiehl, D. R.; Chapp, E.; Holmes, R. C.; Rawson, M. Geophysical Research Letters Jul 27, Volume: 31, Issue: 14 p.: - (2004) Doi 10.1029/2004gl020234
Breathing of the seafloor: Tidal correlations of seismicity at Axial volcano, Tolstoy, M.; Vernon, F. L.; Orcutt, J. A.; Wyatt, F. K. Geology Jun, Volume: 30, Issue: 6 p.: 503-506 (2002)
Seismic character of volcanic activity at the ultraslow-spreading Gakkel Ridge, Tolstoy, M.; Bohnenstiehl, D. R.; Edwards, M. H.; Kurras, G. J. Geology Dec, Volume: 29, Issue: 12 p.: 1139-1142 (2001) Doi 10.1038/Nature06424
Crustal Thickness on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge - Bulls-Eye Gravity-Anomalies and Focused Accretion, Tolstoy, M.; Harding, A. J.; Orcutt, J. A. Science Oct 29, Volume: 262, Issue: 5134 p.: 726-729 (1993)
W. Roger Buck
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W. Roger
Buck
Lamont Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Adjunct Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Associate Director-Marine Geology and Geophysics
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Contact Information
305B Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8592

Fax: 

(845) 365-8156

Fields of interest: 

Development of theoretical models for processes that affect the solid earth.

My research interests lie in developing theoretical models for processes that affect the solid earth. Recently, my students and I have been creating computer models of mantle upwelling in the region of melting below a mid-ocean ridge and investigating how it leads to the structural and topographic features we observe on ridges.

We are also trying to understand how and why extension of the earth's crust occurs in such a wide variety of ways. In particular, I am interested in the effect of a weak lower crust on patterns of deformation that occur at the surface. For example, a weak lower crust may allow active normal faulting in the core of a mountain belt while thrusting occurs in the outer parts of the belt. My interests extend to deformation patterns and topography on other planets such as Venus, which has a very different style of tectonics than is seen on earth.

I believe theorists need to get out and see where the data come from. In recent years I have been fortunate to participate in such diverse field work as collecting rocksamples for radiometric dating in Egypt and in the Mojave Desert, diving on the Reykjanes Mid-Ocean Ridge in a Russian submersible, and helping with GPS surveys on Iceland.

Education
Ph.D.
MIT
1984
Bachelor of Science
William & Mary
1978
Selected Publications:
How Much Magma is required to rift a continent?, Bialas, R; Buck, W R; Qin, R Earth Planet Sci Lett, Volume: 292 p.: 68-78 (2010)
Constraints on asthenospheric flow from the depths of oceanic spreading centers: The East Pacific Rise and the Australian-Antarctic Discordance, Buck, W R; Small, C; Ryan W F B Geochem Geophys Geosyst, Volume: 10 p.: 101029/2009GC002373 (2009)
September 2005 mega-dike emplacement in the Manda-Harraro nascent oceanic rift (Afar depression), Ayele, A; Keir, D: Ebinger, C; Wright, T J; Stuart, G W; Buck, W R; Jacques, E; Ogubazghi, G; Sholan, J Geophys Res Letts, Volume: 36 p.: 101029/2009GL039605 (2009)
The role of sedimentation in the development of rifts; Applications to the Gulf of California, Bialas, R; Buck, W R Tectonics, Volume: 28 p.: 101029/2008TC002394 (2009)
Constraints on asthenospheric flow from the deepest spreading centers, Buck, W R; Small, C; Ryan, W B F G-cubed, Volume: 10, Issue: n9 p.: 1-23 (2009)
Why meter-wide dikes at oceanic spreading centers?, Qin, R.; Buck, W. R. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Jan 30, Volume: 265, Issue: 3-4 p.: 466-474 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2007.10.044
Capturing magma intrusion and faulting processes during continental rupture: seismicity of the Dabbahu (Afar) rift, Ebinger, C. J.; Keir, D.; Ayele, A.; Calais, E.; Wright, T. J.; Belachew, M.; Hammond, J. O. S.; Campbell, E.; Buck, W. R. Geophysical Journal International Sep, Volume: 174, Issue: 3 p.: 1138-1152 (2008) DOI 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2008.03877.x
Role of melt supply in oceanic detachment faulting and formation of megamullions, Tucholke, B. E.; Behn, M. D.; Buck, W. R.; Lin, J. Geology Jun, Volume: 36, Issue: 6 p.: 455-458 (2008) Doi 10.1130/G24639a.1
Plateau collapse model for the transantarctic mountains-west Antarctic rift system: Insights from numerical experiments, Bialas, R. W.; Buck, W. R.; Studinger, M.; Fitzgerald, P. G. Geology Aug, Volume: 35, Issue: 8 p.: 687-690 (2007)
Control of rheological stratification on rifting geometry: a symmetric model resolving the upper plate paradox, Nagel, T. J.; Buck, W. R. International Journal of Earth Sciences Nov, Volume: 96, Issue: 6 p.: 1047-1057 (2007) DOI 10.1007/s00531-007-0195-x
Comment on "Mechanics of tidally driven fractures in Europa's ice shell" by S. Lee, R.T. Pappalardo, and N.C. Makris [2005. Icarus 177, 367-379], Qin, R.; Buck, W. R.; Germanovich, L. Icarus Aug, Volume: 189, Issue: 2 p.: 595-597 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.icarus.2007.01.013
Channel flow and the development of parallel-dipping normal faults, Nagel, T. J.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Aug 24, Volume: 111, Issue: B8 p.: - (2006) Doi 10.1029/2005jb004000
Crustal architecture of the Transantarctic Mountains between the Scott and Reedy Glacier region and South Pole from aerogeophysical data, Studinger, M.; Bell, R. E.; Fitzgerald, P. G.; Buck, W. R. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Oct 15, Volume: 250, Issue: 1-2 p.: 182-199 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2006.07.035
Flexing is not stretching: An analogue study of flexure-induced fault populations, Supak, S.; Bohnenstiehl, D. R.; Buck, W. R. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Jun 15, Volume: 246, Issue: 1-2 p.: 125-137 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2006.03.028
The rise and fall of axial highs during ridge jumps, Shah, A. K.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Aug 17, Volume: 111, Issue: B8 p.: - (2006) Doi 10.1029/2005jb003657
Tectonic stress and magma chamber size as controls on dike propagation: Constraints from the 1975-1984 Krafla rifting episode, Buck, W. R.; Einarsson, P.; Brandsdottir, B. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Dec 9, Volume: 111, Issue: B12 p.: - (2006) Doi 10.1029/2005jb003879
Topographic controls on dike injection in volcanic rift zones, Behn, M. D.; Buck, W. R.; Sacks, I. S. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Jun 30, Volume: 246, Issue: 3-4 p.: 188-196 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2006.04.005
Effect of lithospheric geometry on rift valley relief, Qin, R.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Mar 19, Volume: 110, Issue: B3 p.: - (2005) Doi 10.1029/2004jb003411
Flexural uplift of a lithospheric slab near the Vema transform (Central Atlantic): Timing and mechanisms, Bonatti, E.; Brunelli, D.; Buck, W. R.; Cipriani, A.; Fabretti, P.; Ferrante, V.; Gasperini, L.; Ligi, M. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Dec 15, Volume: 240, Issue: 3-4 p.: 642-655 (2005) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2005.10.010
Modes of faulting at mid-ocean ridges, Buck, W. R.; Lavier, L. L.; Poliakov, A. N. B. Nature Apr 7, Volume: 434, Issue: 7034 p.: 719-723 (2005) Doi 10.1038/Nature03358
Sub-ice geology inland of the Transantarctic Mountains in light of new aerogeophysical data, Studinger, M.; Bell, R. E.; Buck, W. R.; Karner, G. D.; Blankenship, D. D. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Apr 15, Volume: 220, Issue: 3-4 p.: 391-408 (2004) Doi 10.1016/S0012-821x(04)00066-4
Symmetric alternative to asymmetric rifting models, Nagel, T. J.; Buck, W. R. Geology Nov, Volume: 32, Issue: 11 p.: 937-940 (2004) Doi 10.1130/G20785.1
A numerical model of lithospheric extension producing fault-bounded basins and ranges, Buck, W. R.; Lavier, L. L.; Babeyko, A. International Geology Review Aug, Volume: 45, Issue: 8 p.: 712-723 (2003)
Plate bending stresses at axial highs, and implications for faulting behavior, Shah, A. K.; Buck, W. R. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Jun 30, Volume: 211, Issue: 3-4 p.: 343-356 (2003) Doi 10.1016/S0012-821x(03)00187-0
Half graben versus large-offset low-angle normal fault: Importance of keeping cool during normal faulting, Lavier, L. L.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Jun, Volume: 107, Issue: B6 p.: - (2002) Doi 10.1029/2001jb000513
Accretional curvature of lithosphere at magmatic spreading centers and the flexural support of axial highs, Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Mar 10, Volume: 106, Issue: B3 p.: 3953-3960 (2001)
Causes for axial high topography at mid-ocean ridges and the role of crustal thermal structure, Shah, A. K.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Dec 10, Volume: 106, Issue: B12 p.: 30865-30879 (2001)
Near-axis subsidence rates, hydrothermal circulation, and thermal structure of mid-ocean ridge crests, Cochran, J. R.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Sep 10, Volume: 106, Issue: B9 p.: 19233-19258 (2001)
Factors controlling normal fault offset in an ideal brittle layer, Lavier, L. L.; Buck, W. R.; Poliakov, A. N. B. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Oct 10, Volume: 105, Issue: B10 p.: 23431-23442 (2000)
The dynamics of extensional sedimentary basins: constraints from subsidence inversion - Discussion, Buck, W. R.; White, N.; Gallagher, K.; Watts, A. B.; McKenzie, D.; Kusznir, T.; Geli, L. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series a-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences Apr 15, Volume: 357, Issue: 1753 p.: 830-834 (1999)
How to make a rift wide, Buck, W. R.; Lavier, L. L.; Poliakov, A. N. B. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series a-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences Apr 15, Volume: 357, Issue: 1753 p.: 671-690 (1999)
Self-consistent rolling-hinge model for the evolution of large-offset low-angle normal faults, Lavier, L. L.; Buck, W. R.; Poliakov, A. N. B. Geology Dec, Volume: 27, Issue: 12 p.: 1127-1130 (1999)
Abyssal hills formed by stretching oceanic lithosphere, Buck, W. R.; Poliakov, A. N. B. Nature Mar 19, Volume: 392, Issue: 6673 p.: 272-275 (1998)
Styles of extensional decoupling, Hopper, J. R.; Buck, W. R. Geology Aug, Volume: 26, Issue: 8 p.: 699-702 (1998)
Bending thin lithosphere causes localized 'snapping' and not distributed 'crunching': Implications for abyssal hill formation, Buck, W. R. Geophysical Research Letters Oct 15, Volume: 24, Issue: 20 p.: 2531-2534 (1997)
Controls on extrusion at mid-ocean ridges, Buck, W. R.; Carbotte, S. M.; Mutter, C. Geology Oct, Volume: 25, Issue: 10 p.: 935-938 (1997)
Stress-field rotation and rooted detachment faults: A Coulomb failure analysis, Wills, S.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Sep 10, Volume: 102, Issue: B9 p.: 20503-20514 (1997)
The effect of lower crustal flow on continental extension and passive margin formation., Hopper, J. R.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Sep 10, Volume: 101, Issue: B9 p.: 20175-20194 (1996)
Analog Model of Gravitational Collapse and Surface Extension during Continental Convergence, Buck, W. R.; Sokoutis, D. Nature Jun 30, Volume: 369, Issue: 6483 p.: 737-740 (1994)
Some Theoretical Predictions on the Relationships among Spreading Rate, Mantle Temperature, and Crustal Thickness, Su, W. S.; Mutter, C. Z.; Mutter, J. C.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Feb 10, Volume: 99, Issue: B2 p.: 3215-3227 (1994)
Buoyancy Effects on Mantle Flow under Midocean Ridges, Su, W. S.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Jul 10, Volume: 98, Issue: B7 p.: 12191-12205 (1993)
Effect of Lithospheric Thickness on the Formation of High-Angle and Low-Angle Normal Faults, Buck, W. R. Geology Oct, Volume: 21, Issue: 10 p.: 933-936 (1993)
The Initiation of Rifting at Constant Tectonic Force - Role of Diffusion Creep, Hopper, J. R.; Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Sep 10, Volume: 98, Issue: B9 p.: 16213-16221 (1993)
Crustal Control of Ridge Segmentation Inferred from Observations of the Reykjanes Ridge, Bell, R. E.; Buck, W. R. Nature Jun 18, Volume: 357, Issue: 6379 p.: 583-586 (1992)
Global Decoupling of Crust and Mantle - Implications for Topography, Geoid and Mantle Viscosity on Venus, Buck, W. R. Geophysical Research Letters Nov 3, Volume: 19, Issue: 21 p.: 2111-2114 (1992)
Modes of Continental Lithospheric Extension, Buck, W. R. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Nov 10, Volume: 96, Issue: B12 p.: 20161-20178 (1991)
Fission-Track Analysis of Basement Apatites at the Western Margin of the Gulf-of-Suez Rift, Egypt - Evidence for Synchroneity of Uplift and Subsidence, Omar, G. I.; Steckler, M. S.; Buck, W. R.; Kohn, B. P. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Sep, Volume: 94, Issue: 3-4 p.: 316-328 (1989)
Focused Mantle Upwelling Below Mid-Ocean Ridges Due to Feedback between Viscosity and Melting, Buck, W. R.; Su, W. S. Geophysical Research Letters Jul, Volume: 16, Issue: 7 p.: 641-644 (1989)
Convective Partial Melting .1. A Model for the Formation of Thick Basaltic Sequences during the Initiation of Spreading, Mutter, J. C.; Buck, W. R.; Zehnder, C. M. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth and Planets Feb 10, Volume: 93, Issue: B2 p.: 1031-1048 (1988)
Flexural Rotation of Normal Faults, Buck, W. R. Tectonics Oct, Volume: 7, Issue: 5 p.: 959-973 (1988)
Thermal Consequences of Lithospheric Extension - Pure and Simple, Buck, W. R.; Martinez, F.; Steckler, M. S.; Cochran, J. R. Tectonics Apr, Volume: 7, Issue: 2 p.: 213-234 (1988)
Uplift and Subsidence of the Suez Rift - Constraints from Fission-Track Analysis and Sediment Backstripping, Steckler, M. S.; Omar, G. I.; Buck, W. R. Aapg Bulletin-American Association of Petroleum Geologists Aug, Volume: 72, Issue: 8 p.: 1025-1025 (1988)
Analysis of the Cooling of a Variable-Viscosity Fluid with Applications to the Earth, Buck, W. R. Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society May, Volume: 89, Issue: 2 p.: 549-577 (1987)
Jonathan Kingslake
Personal Information
Dennis
V.
Kent
Adjunct Senior Research Scientist
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Biology and Paleo Environment
Contact Information
Paleomagnetics Lab
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(848) 445-7049

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(845) 365-8150

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For details of my research interests visit jkingslake.

Xiaochuan (Kelvin) Tian
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Xiaochuan (Kelvin)
Tian
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Contact Information
305C Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8604

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(845) 365-8156
Joshua Russell
Personal Information
Joshua
Russell
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Seismology Geology and Tectonophysics
Contact Information
201A Seismology
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US

Fax: 

(845) 365-8150
Education
B.S. Physics
University of Missouri
05/2015
Rachel Marzen
Personal Information
Rachel
Marzen
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Contact Information
302C Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US

Fax: 

(845) 365-8156
Education
BS
Rice University
05/2015
Selected Publications:
Calcareous microfossil-based orbital cyclostratigraphy in the Arctic Ocean, Marzen, Rachel E.; DeNinno, Lauren H.; Cronin, Thomas M. Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume: 149 (2016) 10.1016/j.quascirev.2016.07.004
Late Holocene sea level variability and Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, Cronin, T. M.; Farmer, J. R.; Marzen, R. E.; Thomas, E.; Varekamp, J. C. Paleoceanography, Volume: 29 (2014) 10.1002/2014PA002632
Daniel Sousa
Personal Information
Daniel
Sousa
Senior Research Staff Assistant
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Contact Information
302B Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8944

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(845) 365-8156

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