Paleoclimate

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

Adjunct Professor

Chemical oceanography, marine biogeochemistry, paleoclimatology.

(845) 365-8508
Newberry Professor

Using isotopes to better understand the role of the oceans in climate change.

(845) 365-8413
Lamont Associate Research Professor

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

(845) 365-8782
G. Unger Vetlesen Professor Emeritus of Earth & Climate Sciences

Tropical oceanography, climate modeling, paleoclimate, impacts of climate on society, El Niño forecasting, data analysis methods.

(845) 365-8344
Associate Research Scientist, NASA/GISS

Pre-Quaternary paleoclimate modeling; mid-Pliocene global warming; improving accessibility to complex computer climate models.

(212) 678-5644
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

Using stable isotopic and trace metal (Mg/Ca) analyses of marine sediment to reconstruct past changes in ocean circulation and terrestrial climate.

(845) 365-8483
Higgins Professor

Isotope geology.

(845) 365-8787
Professor

Ocean stratification, circulation and mixing and the ocean's role in Earth's climate system.

(845) 365-8325
Professor Emeritus

Climate change history; evolutionary history of microfossils.

(845) 365-8403
Professor

Geochronology, sedimentary geochemistry, paleoclimate, continental crust evolution.

(845) 365-8417
Associate Professor

Paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, biology.

(845) 365-8828
Lamont Associate Research Professor

Analyses of climate fields based on historical, instrumental and paleoclimatic data; El Nino and Southern Oscillation; ocean data assimilation; statistical studies of climate variability from observations and models.

(845) 365-8689
Lamont Assistant Research Professor

Quaternary and glacial geology; geomorphology; geochronology; paleoclimatology; ice sheet dynamics; limnogeology; cosmogenic surface exposure dating.

(845) 365-8646
Lamont Research Professor

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

(845 365-8306
Adjunct Professor

Oceans and their role in climate; onset and termination of ice ages.

(845) 365-8830
Professor

Paleoceanography

(845) 365-8722
Adjunct Professor

Atmospheric and climate dynamics.

(212) 678-5577
Arthur D. Storke Memorial Professor

Paleontology, stratigraphy; evolution of continental ecosystems (climate change, mass extinctions), astrochronology, chaos in the solar system.

(845) 365-8491
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
Adjunct Associate Professor

Application of isotope physics on environmental processes; Mass spectrometry; Dynamics of earth surface processes and their interaction with climate; Paleoclimate.

(845) 365-8703
Physical Scientist, NASA/GISS

Climate modeling of past, present and future.

(212) 678-5627
Lamont Associate Research Professor

Late-Holocene paleoclimatology; land-atmosphere interactions; proxy-process modeling; statistical climatology.

(845) 365-8493
Professor

Isotope hydrology, water resources, paleoclimate.

(845) 365-8704
Lamont Research Professor

Geochemical cycling of trace elements in natural and perturbed environments; environmental, past climate change, and health and social sciences applications.

(845) 365-8644
Adjunct Associate Professor

Marine geochemistry, paleoclimatology, paleoceanography, tracer oceanography, dust, paleoclimate.

(845) 365-8756
Lamont Assistant Research Professor

Environmental geochemistry; exposure to environmental organic contaminants and breathable particulate matter and their heath outcomes. Paleoclimate; reconstruction of paleofire history.

(845) 365-8448