Geology-Paleontology

The Geology/Paleontology faculty are exploring processes recorded in the rock record, including sedimentary, structural, igneous, marine, planetary and glacial geology; paleontology and geobiology. Research is process-oriented and interdisciplinary, with a strong field component. Active areas of research include faulting and crustal deformation within the lithopshere and along tectonic plate boundaries, the sedimentary record of climate and sea-level change, tectonic drivers of magmatism, volcanic systems, the evolution of the crust and mantle in the context of seafloor spreading, subduction zone processes, arc magmatism and ocean island volcanoes, glacial and landslide geomorphology, the structure and evolution of deeply exhumed rocks, and the evolution of life. Many of these topics include both terrestrial and marine approaches. The faculty has developed strong collaborations with scientists at the American Museum of Natural History.

Maureen Raymo
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Maureen
Raymo
Bruce C. Heezen/Lamont Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Biology and Paleo Environment
Adjunct Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Director - Core Repository
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
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105E Geoscience
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
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(845) 365-8801

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Selected Publications:
Departures from eustasy in Pliocene sea-level records, Raymo, Maureen E.; Mitrovica, Jerry X.; O'Leary, Michael J.; DeConto, Robert M.; Hearty, Paul L. NATURE GEOSCIENCE MAY, Volume: 4 p.: 328–332 (2011)
Diachronous benthic delta O-18 responses during late Pleistocene terminations, Lisiecki, Lorraine E.; Raymo, Maureen E. PALEOCEANOGRAPHY SEP 23, Volume: 24 p.: PA3210 (2009)
Plio-Pleistocene Ice Volume, Antarctic Climate, and the Global δ18O Record, Raymo, M. E., L. E. Lisiecki, and K. H. Nisancioglu Science, Volume: 313 p.: 492 (2006)
A Pliocene-Pleistocene stack of 57 globally distributed benthic delta O-18 records, Lisiecki, L. E.; Raymo, M. E. PALEOCEANOGRAPHY JAN 18, Volume: 20 p.: PA1003 (2005)
The 41 kyr world: Milankovitch's other unsolved mystery, Raymo, M. E.; Nisancioglu, K. PALEOCEANOGRAPHY MAR 6, Volume: 18 p.: 1011 (2003)
The timing of major climate terminations, Raymo, M. E. PALEOCEANOGRAPHY AUG, Volume: 12 p.: 577–585 (1997)
THE HIMALAYAS, ORGANIC-CARBON BURIAL, AND CLIMATE IN THE MIOCENE, RAYMO, ME PALEOCEANOGRAPHY JUN, Volume: 9 p.: 399–404 (1994)
Tectonic forcing of late Cenozoic climate, Raymo, M.E. and W.F. Ruddiman Nature, Volume: 359 p.: 117-122 (1992)
Evolution of Atlantic Pacific Delta-C-13 Gradients over the Last 2.5 My, Raymo, M. E.; Ruddiman, W. F.; Shackleton, N. J.; Oppo, D. W. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Mar, Volume: 97, Issue: 3-4 p.: 353-368 (1990)
Peter B. deMenocal
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Peter
B.
deMenocal
Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Biology and Paleo Environment
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207 Geoscience
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
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10964-8000
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Fields of interest: 

Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

I study marine sediment to reconstruct past changes in ocean circulation and terrestrial climate. Our group primarily uses stable isotopic and trace metal (Mg/Ca) analyses of foraminifera and terrigenous sediment geochemistry to investigate how and why climates have changed in the past. Recent research projects include: Holocene climate and ocean circulation variability

Some of my projects include:

  • African climate change and Human evolution ( details )
  • Holocene climate variability ( details )
  • Abrupt onset and termination of the African Humid Period ( details )
  • Cultural responses to Holocene climate changes ( details )
  • Mollusc geochemistry and reconstructing seasonal to multiannual records of coastal oceean temperatures ( details)

 

 

Education
Ph.D. (Geology)
Columbia University
1991
M.S. (Oceanography)
University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography
1986
B.S. (Geology) cum laude
St. Lawrence University
1982
Steven Boswell
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Steven
Boswell
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Geochemistry
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215 Comer
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
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(845) 365-8302

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(845) 365-8155
William D'Andrea
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William
D'Andrea
Lamont Associate Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Biology and Paleo Environment
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205D Geoscience
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964
US
(845) 365-8654

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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 of developing a better understanding of how the Earth System responds to natural and human-induced perturbations.

Education
PhD
Brown University
05/2008
MSc
Brown University
05/2005
BS/BA
Binghamton University
05/2002
Thesis committee member of Laura B. Levy (Dartmouth College)
Thesis committee member of David Vaillencourt (Northern Arizona University)
Selected Publications:
Biogeochemical evidence for hydrologic changes during the Holocene in a lake record from southeast Greenland, Balascio, N.L.; D'Andrea, W.J.; Bradley, R.S.; Perren, B.B. The Holocene, Volume: 23 p.: 1428-1439 (2013) 10.1177/0959683613493938
The influence of 14C reservoir age on interpretation of paleolimnological records from the Tibetan Plateau, Hou, J; D'Andrea, W.J.; Liu, Z. Quaternary Science Reviews 07/2012, Volume: 48 p.: 13 (2012)
Proxy-to-proxy calibration: Increasing the temporal resolution of quantitative climate reconstructions, von Gunten, L; D'Andrea, W.J.; Bradley, R.S.; Huang, Y. Scientific Reports 08/2012, Volume: 2, Issue: 609 p.: 6 (2012) 10.1038/srep00609
Mild Little Ice Age and unprecedented recent warmth in an 1800 year lake sediment record from Svalbard, D'Andrea, W.J.; Vaillencourt, D.A.; Balascio, N.L.; Werner, A.; Roof, S.R.; Retelle, M.; Bradley, R.S. Geology, Volume: 40, Issue: 11 p.: 1007-1010 (2012) 10.1130/G33365.1
Abrupt Holocene climate change as an important factor for human migration in West Greenland, D'Andrea, William J.; Huang, Yongsong; Fritz, Sherilyn C.; Anderson, N. John PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA JUN 14, Volume: 108 p.: 9765–9769 (2011)
Phylogenetic diversity and evolutionary relatedness of alkenone-producing haptophyte algae in lakes: Implications for continental paleotemperature reconstructions, Theroux, Susanna; D'Andrea, William J.; Toney, Jaime; Amaral-Zettler, Linda; Huang, Yongsong EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS DEC 1, Volume: 300 p.: 311–320 (2010)
Holocene carbon burial by lakes in SW Greenland, Anderson, N. J.; D'Andrea, W.; Fritz, S. C. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY NOV, Volume: 15 p.: 2590–2598 (2009)
Can sedimentary leaf waxes record D/H ratios of continental precipitation?: Field, model, and experimental assessments, Hou, Juzhi; D'Andrea, William J.; Huang, Yongsong GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA JUL 15, Volume: 72 p.: 3503–3517 (2008)
Evidence for water use efficiency as an important factor in determining the delta D values of tree leaf waxes, Hou, Juzhi; D'Andrea, William J.; MacDonald, Dana; Huang, Yongsong ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, Volume: 38 p.: 1251–1255 (2007)
Hydrogen isotopic variability in leaf waxes among terrestrial and aquatic plants around Blood Pond, Massachusetts (USA), Hou, Juzhi; D'Andrea, William J.; MacDonald, Dana; Huang, Yongsong ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, Volume: 38 p.: 977–984 (2007)
An efficient method for isolating individual long-chain alkenones for compound-specific hydrogen isotope analysis, D'Andrea, William J.; Liu, Zhonghui; Alexandre, Marcelo Da Rosa; Wattley, Sarah; Herbert, Timothy D.; Huang, Yongsong ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY MAY 1, Volume: 79 p.: 3430–3435 (2007)
Alkenone producers inferred from well-preserved 18S rDNA in Greenland lake sediments, D'Andrea, William J.; Lage, Melissa; Martiny, Jennifer B. H.; Laatsch, Abby D.; Amaral-Zettler, Linda A.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Huang, Yongsong JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-BIOGEOSCIENCES SEP 19, Volume: 111 p.: G03013 (2006)
Long chain alkenones in Greenland lake sediments: Low delta C-13 values and exceptional abundance, D'Andrea, W. J.; Huang, Y. ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY, Volume: 36 p.: 1234–1241 (2005)
Timothy Crone
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Timothy
Crone
Lamont Associate Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Marine Geology and Geophysics
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303D Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
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(845) 365-8687

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I am a marine geophysicist interested in the interplay between relatively large-scale geophysical processes and the microbial biosphere.I am currently studying the tidal modulation of aqueous fluid flow within mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal systems, with the hope of understanding how such flow variations can affect subseafloor primary production. I also study spatial variations in the tidal triggering of microearthquakes within ridge systems, and I study problems in acoustics associated with high-temperature hydrothermal vents and seafloor seismic networks.

Ultimately my work has implications for theories about the origins and evolution of life on this planet, and for theories regarding life elsewhere in the universe. I use numerical models to investigate these processes, and I develop new observational techniques and seafloor instrumentation to verify model predictions.

Education
Ph.D. Oceanography
University of Washington
2007
M.S. Oceanography
University of Washington
2004
B.S. Oceanography
University of Washington
1999
Selected Publications:
Mantle helium reveals Southern Ocean hydrothermal venting, Winckler, G.; Newton, R.; Schlosser, P.;Crone, T Geophysical Research Letters (2010) 10.1029/2009GL042093
Flow rate perturbations in a black smoker hydrothermal vent in response to a mid-ocean ridge earthquake swarm, Crone, T J; Wilcock, W S D; McDuff, R E Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, Volume: 11 p.: Q03012 (2010)
Broadband calibration of the R/V Marcus G. Langseth four-string seismic sources, Tolstoy, M.; Diebold, J; Doermann, L.; Nooner, S.; Webb, S.C.; Bohnenstiehl,D.R.; Crone, T.J.; Holmes,z t.C. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., Volume: 10, Issue: Q08011 (2009) 10.1029/2009GC002451
Systematic along-axis tidal triggering of microearthquakes observed at 9-50'N East Pacific Rise, Stroup, D F; Tolstoy, M; Crone, T J; Malinverno, A; Bohnenstiehl, D R; Waldhauser, F Geophys Res Lett, Volume: 36, Issue: L18302 (2009)
Broadband calibration of the R/V four‐string seismic source, Tolstoy, M; Diebold, J; Doermann, L; Nooner, S; Webb, S C; Bohnenstiehl, D R; Crone, T J; Holmes, R C Geochem Geophys Geosys, Volume: 10, Issue: 8 p.: doi (2009)
Optical plume velocimetry: a new flow measurement technique for use in seafloor hydrothermal systems, Crone, T. J.; McDuff, R. E.; Wilcock, W. S. D. Experiments in Fluids Nov, Volume: 45, Issue: 5 p.: 899-915 (2008) DOI 10.1007/s00348-008-0508-2
Robin E. Bell
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Robin
E.
Bell
Palisades Geophysical Institute/Lamont Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Contact Information
107A Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8827

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(845) 365-8156

Fields of interest: 

Ice Sheet Dynamics and Mass Balance, Continental Dynamics, Estuarine Processes, Linkages between ice sheet processes and subglacial geology. Interaction of ecosystems and geologic systems from microbes to benthic habitats. Tectonic uplift and feedback mechanisms, Interaction of tectonics and ice sheet dynamics. Gravity and magnetic measurement techniques for marine and airborne applications. Gravity gradiometry.
  • Study of Subglacial Environments ( details )
  • Process Based Studies of Estuaries & Rivers; The Hudson River ( details )
  • Women in Science ( details )
Education
M.S., M. Phil, Ph.D.,
Columbia University, New York
1989
B.A. (magna cum laude), Geology,
Middlebury College, Vermont
1980
Selected Publications:
Process-related classification of acoustic data from the Hudson River Estuary, Nitsche, F. O.; Bell, R.; Carbotte, S. M.; Ryan, W. B. F.; Flood, R. Marine Geology Aug 30, Volume: 209, Issue: 1-4 p.: 131-145 (2004) DOI 10.1016/j.margeo.2004.05.023
Estimating the depth and shape of subglacial Lake Vostok's water cavity from aerogravity data, Studinger, M.; Bell, R. E.; Tikku, A. A. Geophysical Research Letters Jun 19, Volume: 31, Issue: 12 p.: - (2004) Doi 10.1029/2004gl019801
Righting the Balance: Gender Diversity in the Geosciences, Bell, R. E.; Kastens,KA; Cane,MA; Miller, RB; Mutter, JC; Pfirman,S EOS Transactions, Volume: 84, Issue: 31 p.: 292 (2003)
Origin and fate of Lake Vostok water frozen to the base of the East Antarctic ice sheet, Bell, R. E.; Studinger, M.; Tikku, A. A.; Clarke, G. K. C.; Gutner, M. M.; Meertens, C. Nature Mar 21, Volume: 416, Issue: 6878 p.: 307-310 (2002)
Influence of subglacial geology on the onset of a West Antarctic ice stream from aerogeophysical observations, Bell, R. E.; Blankenship, D. D.; Finn, C. A.; Morse, D. L.; Scambos, T. A.; Brozena, J. M.; Hodge, S. M. Nature Jul 2, Volume: 394, Issue: 6688 p.: 58-62 (1998)
Donna Shillington
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Donna
Shillington
Lamont Associate Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Lecturer
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
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303C Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8818

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(845) 365-8156

Fields of interest: 

Rifted margins, subduction zones, wide-angle reflection/refraction seismology, multi-channel seismic reflection data
Education
Ph.D. (geophysics)
University of Wyoming
2004
BS (geology)
University of Georgia
1998
ABJ (journalism)
University of Georgia
1998
Selected Publications:
Constraints on the composition of the Aleutian arc lower crust from VP/VS, Shillington, D.J., Van Avendonk, H.J.A.; Behn, M.D., Kelemen, P.B.; Jagoutz, O. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume: 40 p.: 2579–2584 (2013) 10.1002/grl.50375
Evidence for wide-spread creep on the Sea of Marmara transform basin from marine geophysical data, Shillington, D.J., Seeber, L., Sorlien, C.C., Steckler, M.S., Kurt, H., Dondurur, D., Çifci, G., Imren, C., Cormier, M.-H., McHugh, C.M.G, Gurcay, S., Poyraz, D., Okay, S., Athin, O., Diebold, J.B. Geology, Volume: 40 p.: 439-442 (2012)
Abrupt transition from magma-starved to magma rich rifting in the eastern Black Sea, Shillington, D.J.; Scott, C.L.; Minshull, T.A.; Edwards, R.A.; Brown, P.J.; White, N.J. Geology, Volume: 37, Issue: 1 p.: 7-10 (2009) 10.1130/G25302A.1
Wide-angle seismic data reveal extensive overpressures in the Eastern Black Sea Basin, Scott, C. L.; Shillington, D. J.; Minshull, T. A.; Edwards, R. A.; Brown, P. J.; White, N. J. Geophysical Journal International Aug, Volume: 178, Issue: 2 p.: 1145-1163 (2009) DOI 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2009.04215.x
Extension of continental crust at the margin of the eastern Grand Banks, Newfoundland, Van Avendonk, H. J. A.; Lavier, L. L.; Shillington, D. J.; Manatschal, G. Tectonophysics Apr 1, Volume: 468, Issue: 1-4 p.: 131-148 (2009) DOI 10.1016/j.tecto.2008.05.030
Cenozoic evolution of the eastern Black Sea: A test of depth-dependent stretching models, Shillington, D. J.; White, N.; Minshull, T. A.; Edwards, G. R. H.; Jones, S. A.; Edwards, R. A.; Scott, C. L. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Jan 30, Volume: 265, Issue: 3-4 p.: 360-378 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2007.10.033
Seismic signal penetration beneath post-rift sills on the Newfoundland rifted margin, Shillington, D.J.; Hopper, J.R.; Holbrook, W.S. Geophysics, Volume: 73, Issue: 5 p.: B99-B107 (2008) doi:10.1190/1.2972131
Michael Kaplan
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Michael
Kaplan
Lamont Associate Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Geochemistry
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429 Comer
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8646

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(845) 365-8155

Fields of interest: 

Glacial geology, paleoclimatology, glacier and ice sheet dynamics, geomorphology, geochronology, limnogeology, cosmogenic surface exposure dating

* Glacier and climate history of southern South America, New Zealand, Antarctica, and eastern North America. Whether past climate changes are in phase around the globe at low and high frequency timescales * Quantifying rates of landscape change in southern South America using cosmogenic nuclide measurements and understanding these changes in relation to development of the Andes

Education
B.A. summa cum laude
SUNY Buffalo
1992
M.S.
University of Maine-Orono
1994
Ph.D.
University of Colorado-Boulder
1999
Selected Publications:
Changing influence of Antarctic and Greenlandic temperature records on sea-level over the last glacial cycle, Siddall, M.; Kaplan, M.R.; Schaefer, J.M.; Putnam, A.; Kelly, M.A.; Goehring, B. Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume: 29, Issue: 3-4 p.: 410-423 (2010) 10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.11.007
A beryllium-10 production-rate for the Southern Hemisphere middle latitudes, Putnam, A E; Schaefer, J M; Vandergoes, M; Barrell, D; Kaplan, M; Goehring, B; Schwartz, R; Finkel, R; Kelley, S; Denton, G H Journal of Quaternary Geochronology (2010)
The chronology of the Last Glacial Maximum and Late-glacial events in central Argentine Patagonia, Hein, AS; Hulton, NRJ; Dunai, T; Sugden, D; Kaplan, MR; Xu, S Journal of Quaternary Geochronology (2010)
Glacier retreat in New Zealand during the Younger Dryas stadial, Kaplan, M. R.; Schaefer, J.M., Denton, G.H.; Barrell, D.J.A.; Chinn, T.J.H.; Putnam, A.E.; Andersen, B.G.; Finkel, R.C.; Schwartz, R.; Doughty, A. Nature (2010)
Cosmogenic dating of 'old' glacial events in Patagonia,, Hein, A. S.; Hulton, N. R. J.; Dunai, T. J.; Schnabel, C.; Kaplan, M. R.; Xu, S. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Jun, Volume: 73, Issue: 13 p.: A513-A513 (2009)
Can glacial erosion limit the extent of glaciation?, Kaplan, M. R.; Hein, A. S.; Hubbard, A.; Lax, S. M. Geomorphology Jan 15, Volume: 103, Issue: 2 p.: 172-179 (2009) DOI 10.1016/j.geomorph.2008.04.020
Renewed glacial activity during the Antarctic cold reversal and persistence of cold conditions until 11.5 ka in southwestern Patagonia, Moreno, P. I.; Kaplan, M. R.; Francois, J. P.; Villa-Martinez, R.; Moy, C. M.; Stern, C. R.; Kubik, P. W. Geology Apr, Volume: 37, Issue: 4 p.: 375-378 (2009) Doi 10.1130/G25399a.1
High-Frequency Holocene Glacier Fluctuations in New Zealand Differ from the Northern Signature, Schaefer, J. M.; Denton, G. H.; Kaplan, M.; Putnam, A.; Finkel, R. C.; Barrell, D. J. A.; Andersen, B. G.; Schwartz, R.; Mackintosh, A.; Chinn, T.; Schluchter, C. Science May 1, Volume: 324, Issue: 5927 p.: 622-625 (2009) DOI 10.1126/science.1169312
Climate Change in Southern South America during the last two Millennia, Moy, CM; Moreno, PI; Dunbar, RB; Francois, J-P; Kaplan, MR; Villalba, R; Haberzettle, T , Springer Netherlands (2009)
Southern Patagonian glacial chronology for the Last Glacial period and implications for Southern Ocean climate, Kaplan, M. R.; Fogwill, C. J.; Sugden, D. E.; Hulton, N.; Kubik, P. W.; Freeman, S. P. H. T. Quaternary Science Reviews Feb, Volume: 27, Issue: 3-4 p.: 284-294 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2007.09.013
Glacial dynamics in southernmost South America during Marine Isotope Stage 5e to the Younger Dryas chron: a brief review with a focus on cosmogenic nuclide measurements, Kaplan, M. R.; Moreno, P. I.; Rojas, M. Journal of Quaternary Science Sep-Oct, Volume: 23, Issue: 6-7 p.: 649-658 (2008) Doi 10.1002/Jqs.1209
Climate science - A tale of two ice sheets, Siddall, M.; Kaplan, M. R. Nature Geoscience Sep, Volume: 1, Issue: 9 p.: 570-571 (2008) Doi 10.1038/Ngeo286
Cosmogenic nuclide measurements in southernmost South America and implications for landscape change, Kaplan, M. R.; Coronato, A.; Hulton, N. R. J.; Rabassa, J. O.; Kubik, P. W.; Freeman, S. P. H. T. Geomorphology Jul 1, Volume: 87, Issue: 4 p.: 284-301 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.geomorph.2006.10.005
Major ice sheet response in eastern New England to a cold North Atlantic region, ca. 16-15 cal ka BP, Kaplan, M. R. Quaternary Research Sep, Volume: 68, Issue: 2 p.: 280-283 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.yqres.2007.06.003
Cosmogenic nuclide surface exposure dating of boulders on last-glacial and late-glacial moraines, Lago Buenos Aires, Argentina: Interpretive strategies and paleoclimate implications, Douglass, D. C.; Singer, B. S.; Kaplan, M. R.; Mickelson, D. M.; Caffee, M. W. Quaternary Geochronology Feb, Volume: 1, Issue: 1 p.: 43-58 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.quageo.2006.06.001
Comment on: Cosmogenic nuclide chronology of pre-last glacial maximum moraines at Lago Buenos Aires, 46 degrees S, Argentina (Quaternary Research 63/3, 2005, 301-315) - Reply, Kaplan, M. R.; Singer, B. S.; Douglass, D. C.; Ackert, R. P.; Caffee, M. W. Quaternary Research Sep, Volume: 66, Issue: 2 p.: 367-369 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.yqres.2006.06.002
Spatial and temporal variability of Holocene temperature in the North Atlantic region, Kaplan, M. R.; Wolfe, A. P. Quaternary Research Mar, Volume: 65, Issue: 2 p.: 223-231 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.yqres.2005.08.020
Cosmogenic nuclide chronology of pre-last glacial maximum moraines at Lago Buenos Aires, 46 degrees S, Argentina, Kaplan, M. R.; Douglass, D. C.; Singer, B. S.; Caffee, M. W. Quaternary Research May, Volume: 63, Issue: 3 p.: 301-315 (2005) DOI 10.1016/j.yqres.2004.12.003
Cosmogenic nuclide chronology of millennial-scale glacial advances during O-isotope stage 2 in Patagonia, Kaplan, M. R.; Ackert, R. P.; Singer, B. S.; Douglass, D. C.; Kurz, M. D. Geological Society of America Bulletin Mar-Apr, Volume: 116, Issue: 3-4 p.: 308-321 (2004) Doi 10.1130/B25178.1
David S. Goldberg
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David
S.
Goldberg
Lamont Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Marine Geology and Geophysics
Associate Director - Marine/Large Programs
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Contact Information
109 Borehole
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
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(845) 365-8674

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(845) 365-8777

Fields of interest: 

Borehole Geophysics, Methane Hydrates, CO2 sequestration
Education
Ph.D.
Columbia University
1985
MBA
Columbia University
1989
MS
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1981
BS
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1981
Joerg M. Schaefer
Personal Information
Joerg
M.
Schaefer
Lamont Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Geochemistry
Contact Information
409 Comer
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8703

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