Biogeoscience

All department faculty and affiliated researchers are available as potential graduate advisors.

Adjunct Associate Professor

Using field surveys, hyperspectral remote sensing and bioacoustics to better understand the multi-trophic level consequences of climate change, invasive species and urbanization.

(845) 365-8480
Lamont Associate Research Professor

Dendrochronology, dendroclimatology; tropical forest ecosystems; arctic treeline studies.

(845) 365-8782
Adjunct Research Scientist

Marine optics, phytoplankton photosynthesis, pigments and community structure, biogeochemical processes in the ocean, fluorescence, laser spectroscopy.

Professor

Public health, populations, infectious diseases, mathematical models, demography, ecology, epidemiology, population genetics.

(212) 327-8883
Ewing Lamont Research Professor

Statistical modeling of tree rings; climate reconstructions from tree rings; extracting weak signals from noisy data.

(845) 365-8618
Lamont Assistant Research Professor

My research is geared toward understanding global climate change, including current anthropogenic driven changes and past changes to the Earth System.  I investigate the natural modes and underlying forcing mechanisms of past climate variability, with the goal...

(845) 365-8654
Lamont Research Professor

Dendrochronology, dendroclimatology; Arctic treeline studies; tropical dendroclimatology.

(845) 365-8617
Professor
(845) 365-8167
Lamont Assistant Research Professor

Understanding the role of microorganisms as agents of biogeochemical transformations, and the reciprocal role of nutrients availability on the distribution, growth and productivity of microplankton.

(845) 365-8774
Professor

Microbial oceanography; environmental genomics; microbial biogeochemistry, phytoplankton physiological ecology; phosphorus cycling; ocean acidification; climate; eutrophication; harmful algal blooms.

(845) 365-8165
Professor

Earth systems.

(845) 365-8550
Lamont Research Professor

Impact of climate change on phytoplankton productivity and biodiversity and on biogeochemical processes; ocean carbon cycling and air-sea CO2 fluxes.

(845) 365-8467
Professor

Plant respiration, global carbon cycle, forest ecology.

(845) 365-8371
Adjunct Associate Professor

Plankton ecology; phytoplankton growth and physiology; zooplankton grazing; harmful algae; dinoflagellate blooms; physical/biological interactions; nutrient/microbial pollution of coastal waters; sea-ice algae.

(845) 365-8837
Lamont Research Professor

Generating paleoclimatic and paleoceanographic reconstructions to place the current change in temporal context.

(845 365-8306
Adjunct Professor

Description and relationships of coelurosaurs; Asian Mesozoic fauna; theoretical methods for better understanding phylogenetic relationships and pattern in the fossil record.

(212) 769-5804
Lamont Assistant Research Professor

Terrestrial ecosystems, dendrochronology, dendroclimatology, forest ecosystems, disturbance ecology.

Adjunct Professor

Paleoclimate, paleoecology, climate modeling, wetland carbon storage, palynology.

(845) 365-8420
Lamont Associate Research Professor

Paleoclimatology; paleoaltimetry; organic geochemistry; isotope geochemistry.

(845) 365-8400
Adjunct Professor

Paleoclimatology, marine geology; history and causes of climate change in the Earth's past.

(845) 365-8801
Lamont Associate Research Professor

Biological and chemical aquatic science focusing on microbial life in the ocean and coastal waters.

(845) 365-8402
Lamont Associate Research Professor

Oceanography; remote sensing; bio-optics; coastal water quality.

(845) 365-8641