Bärbel Hönisch Wins Lenfest Distinguished Faculty Award From Columbia University

Bärbel Hönisch Wins Lenfest Distinguished Faculty Award From Columbia University

Congratulations to Bärbel Hönisch for winning the Lenfest Distinguished Faculty Award from Columbia University.  Professor Barbel Honisch is the fifth Earth and Environmental Sciences professor to be honored with a this distiguished award....

Professor Joel E. Cohen & Professor Christopher Small Awarded Golden Goose Award

Professor Joel E. Cohen & Professor Christopher Small Awarded Golden Goose Award

For their visionary interdisciplinary research on the altitudes where people live, and their work's wide-ranging impacts on society, Drs. Joel E. Cohen and Christopher Small have been selected as the third winners of the 2015 Golden Goose Award.

Arnold L. Gordon
Personal Information
Arnold
L.
Gordon
Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ocean and Climate Physics
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Contact Information
203 B Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
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(845) 365-8325

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(845) 365-8157

Fields of interest: 

My research is directed at the ocean's stratification, circulation and mixing and its role in Earth's climate system.

I am a field-going physical oceanographer, an observationalist. My research is directed at the ocean's stratification, circulation and mixing and its role in Earth's climate system. I study the transfer of heat and freshwater within the ocean and between the ocean, cryosphere and atmosphere. I view the ocean as a global system, with specific attention to interocean exchange and to ventilation of the deep ocean interior through sea-air-ice interaction. Comparison and extension of observational data with model results are an increasingly important part of my research. Historically much of my research deals with the Southern Ocean, but research within the warmer waters of the Indonesian Seas, tropical North Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans now compose most of my research program. Recently my focus is on the role of the ocean mesoscale in the transfer of heat and freshwater to compensate for net sea-air flux. I tend to go to areas that have been neglected by the research community, but have the potential of being key players in the global system.

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Education
Ph.D.
Columbia University
1965
BS
CUNY- Herbert Lehman College
1961
Sc.D. Honoris causa
University of Cape Town, South Africa
2005
Selected Publications:
The Indonesian Throughflow during 2004-2006 as observed by the INSTANT program, Gordon, A L; Sprintall, J; Van Aken, H M; Susanto, R D; Wijffels, S; Molcard, R; Ffield, A; Pranowo, W; Wirasantosa, S Dynamics of Atmosphere and Ocean (In Press)
Differences among subtropical surface salinity patterns, Gordon, A. L.; C. F. Giulivi; J. Busecke; F. M. Bingham Oceanography (2015) 10.5670/oceanog.2015.02.
Bottom water export from the western Ross Sea, 2007 through 2010, Gordon, A. L.; B. A. Huber; J. Busecke GRL (2015) 10.1002/2015GL064457
South China Sea throughflow impact on the Indonesian throughflow, Gordon, A. L.; Huber, B. A.; Metzger, E. J.; Susanto, R. D.; Hurlburt, H. E.; Adi, T. R. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume: 33, Issue: 11 (2012) 10.1029/2012gl052021
Circumpolar View of the Southern Ocean from 1962 to 1992, Gordon, A. L. Oceanography 2012, Volume: 24, Issue: 3 p.: 18-23 (2012)
Climate Impact on Interannual Variability of Weddell Sea Bottom Water, McKee, D.; Yuan, X.; Gordon, A.L.; Huber, B.A.; Dong, Z. Journal of Geophysical Research, Ocean , Volume: 116, Issue: C05020 (2011) 10.1029/2010JC006484
Synchronous intensification and warming of Antarctic Bottom Water outflow from the Weddell Gyre, Meredith, Michael P.; Gordon, Arnold L.; Naveira Garabato, Alberto C.; Abrahamsen, E. Povl; Huber, Bruce A.; Jullion, Loïc; Venables, Hugh J. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume: 38, Issue: 3 (2011) 10.1029/2010gl046265
A seasonal cycle in the export of bottom water from the Weddell Sea, Gordon, A. L.;Huber, B.; McKee, D.; Visbeck, M. Nature Geoscience, Volume: 3, Issue: 8 p.: 551-556 (2010) 10.1038/ngeo916
Intraseasonal variability in Makassar Strait thermocline, Pujiana, K; Gordon, A L; Sprintall, J; Susanto, R D J Mar Res (2010)
Simulated and Observed Circulation in the Indonesian Seas: 1/12� Global HYCOM and the INSTANT Observations, Metzger, EJ; Hurlburt, HE; Xu, X; Shriver, JF; Gordon, A L; Sprintall, J; Susanto, R D; van Aken, H M Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans (2010)
Western Ross Sea continental slope gravity currents, Gordon, A. L.; Orsi, A. H.; Muench, R.; Huber, B. A.; Zambianchi, E.; Visbeck, M. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume: 56, Issue: 13-14 p.: 796-817 (2009)
Makassar Strait Throughflow, 2004 to 2006, Gordon, A. L., Susanto, R. D., Ffield, A. Huber, B. A., Pranowo, W., Wirasantosa, S. Geop Res Letts, Volume: 35, Issue: L24605, (2008) 10.1029/2008GL036372
Blueprints for Medieval hydroclimate, Seager, R.; Graham, N.; Herweijer, C.; Gordon, A. L.; Kushnir, Y.; Cook, E. Quaternary Science Reviews Oct, Volume: 26, Issue: 19-21 p.: 2322-2336 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2007.04.020
Observations and proxies of the surface layer throughflow in Lombok Strait, Susanto, R. D.; Gordon, A. L.; Sprintall, J. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Mar 31, Volume: 112, Issue: C3 p.: - (2007) Doi 10.1029/2006jc003790
A possible link between the Weddell Polynya and the Southern Annular Mode, Gordon, A. L.; Visbeck, M.; Comiso, J. C. Journal of Climate Jun 1, Volume: 20, Issue: 11 p.: 2558-2571 (2007) Doi 10.1175/Jcli4046.1
To follow the water: Exploring the ocean to discover climate, Gordon, A. Nature Sep 27, Volume: 449, Issue: 7161 p.: 407-408 (2007) Doi 10.1038/449407a
Isopycnal displacements within the Cape Basin thermocline as revealed by the Hydrographic Data Archive, Giulivi, C. F.; Gordon, A. L. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers Aug, Volume: 53, Issue: 8 p.: 1285-1300 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.dsr.2006.05.011
Comparison of Indonesian Throughflow transport observations, Makassar Strait to eastern Indian Ocean, Vranes, K.; Gordon, A. L. Geophysical Research Letters May 18, Volume: 32, Issue: 10 p.: - (2005) Doi 10.1029/2004gl022158
Velocity and transport of the Makassar Strait throughflow, Susanto, R. D.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jan 26, Volume: 110, Issue: C1 p.: - (2005) Doi 10.1029/2004jc002425
Energetic plumes over the western Ross Sea continental slope, Gordon, A. L.; Zambianchi, E.; Orsi, A.; Visbeck, M.; Giulivi, C. F.; Whitworth, T.; Spezie, G. Geophysical Research Letters Nov 4, Volume: 31, Issue: 21 p.: - (2004) Doi 10.1029/2004gl020785
Pacific decadal oscillation and sea level in the Japan/East sea, Gordon, A. L.; Giulivi, C. F. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers May, Volume: 51, Issue: 5 p.: 653-663 (2004) DOI 10.1016/j.dsr.2004.02.005
Significance of the vertical profile of the Indonesian Throughflow transport to the Indian Ocean, Song, Q.; Gordon, A. L. Geophysical Research Letters Aug 19, Volume: 31, Issue: 16 p.: - (2004) Doi 10.1029/2004gl020360
Spreading of the Indonesian throughflow in the Indian Ocean, Song, Q.; Gordon, A. L.; Visbeck, M. Journal of Physical Oceanography Apr, Volume: 34, Issue: 4 p.: 772-792 (2004)
A New International Array to Measure the Indonesian Throughflow: INSTANT, Sprintall, J.; Wijffels, S; Gordon, A.L; Ffield, A.; Molcard, R.; Susanto, R.D.; Soesilo, I.; Sopaheluwakan, J.; Surachman, Y.; van Aken, H.M. EOS Trans. AGU, Volume: 85, Issue: 39 p.: 369-384 (2004)
Cool Indonesian throughflow as a consequence of restricted surface layer flow, Gordon, A. L.; Susanto, R. D.; Vranes, K. Nature Oct 23, Volume: 425, Issue: 6960 p.: 824-828 (2003) Doi 10.1038/Nature02038
Deep topographic barriers within the Indonesian seas, Gordon, A. L.; Giulivi, C. F.; Ilahude, A. G. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume: 50, Issue: 12-13 p.: 2205-2228 (2003) Doi 10.1016/S0967-0645(03)00053-5
Estimating transport in Makassar Strait, Wajsowicz, R. C.; Gordon, A. L.; Ffield, A.; Susanto, R. D. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume: 50, Issue: 12-13 p.: 2163-2181 (2003) Doi 10.1016/S0967-0645(03)00051-1
Oceanography - The brawniest retroflection, Gordon, A. L. Nature Feb 27, Volume: 421, Issue: 6926 p.: 904-905 (2003) Doi 10.1038/421904a
The Pacific/Indian Ocean pressure difference and its influence on the Indonesian Seas circulation: Part I - The study with specified total transports, Burnett, W. H.; Kamenkovich, V. M.; Gordon, A. L.; Mellor, G. L. Journal of Marine Research Sep, Volume: 61, Issue: 5 p.: 577-611 (2003)
The Pacific/Indian Ocean pressure difference and its influence on the Indonesian Seas circulation: Part II - The study with specified sea-surface heights, Kamenkovich, V. M.; Burnett, W. H.; Gordon, A. L.; Mellor, G. L. Journal of Marine Research Sep, Volume: 61, Issue: 5 p.: 613-634 (2003)
Bay of Bengal nutrient-rich benthic layer, Gordon, A. L.; Giulivi, C. F.; Takahashi, T.; Sutherland, S.; Morrison, J.; Olson, D. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume: 49, Issue: 7-8 p.: 1411-1421 (2002) Pii S0967-0645(01)00161-8
The heat transport of the Indonesian Throughflow and implications for the Indian Ocean heat budget, Vranes, K.; Gordon, A. L.; Ffield, A. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume: 49, Issue: 7-8 p.: 1391-1410 (2002) Pii S0967-0645(01)00150-3
Japan/East Sea intrathermocline eddies, Gordon, A. L.; Giulivi, C. F.; Lee, C. M.; Furey, H. H.; Bower, A.; Talley, L. Journal of Physical Oceanography Jun, Volume: 32, Issue: 6 p.: 1960-1974 (2002)
Long-term temperature trends in the deep waters of the Weddell Sea, Robertson, R.; Visbeck, M.; Gordon, A. L.; Fahrbach, E. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume: 49, Issue: 21 p.: 4791-4806 (2002) Pii S0967-0645(02)00159-5
A numerical study of the circulation in the northwestern Weddell Sea, Matano, R. P.; Gordon, A. L.; Muench, R. D.; Palma, E. D. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, Volume: 49, Issue: 21 p.: 4827-4841 (2002) Pii S0967-0645(02)00161-3
Subduction along a midocean front and the generation of intrathermocline eddies: A theoretical study, Ou, H. W.; Gordon, A. Journal of Physical Oceanography Jun, Volume: 32, Issue: 6 p.: 1975-1986 (2002)
Tracing Amazon River water into the Caribbean Sea, Hellweger, F. L.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Marine Research Jul, Volume: 60, Issue: 4 p.: 537-549 (2002)
Cooling and ventilating the abyssal ocean, Orsi, A. H.; Jacobs, S. S.; Gordon, A. L.; Visbeck, M. Geophysical Research Letters Aug 1, Volume: 28, Issue: 15 p.: 2923-2926 (2001)
Export of Weddell Sea Deep and Bottom Water, Gordon, A. L.; Visbeck, M.; Huber, B. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans May 15, Volume: 106, Issue: C5 p.: 9005-9017 (2001)
Upwelling along the coasts of Java and Sumatra sand its relation to ENSO, Susanto, R. D.; Gordon, A. L.; Zheng, Q. N. Geophysical Research Letters Apr 15, Volume: 28, Issue: 8 p.: 1599-1602 (2001)
Interocean Exchange, Gordon, A. L. Ocean Circulation and Climate p.: 303-314 (2001)
Banda Sea Surface Layer Divergence, Gordon, A.L.; Susanto, R.D. Ocean Dynamics, Volume: 52, Issue: 1 p.: 2-10 (2001)
Deep and bottom water of the Bransfield Strait eastern and central basins, Gordon, A. L.; Mensch, M.; Dong, Z. Q.; Smethie, W. M.; de Bettencourt, J. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans May 15, Volume: 105, Issue: C5 p.: 11337-11346 (2000)
Dynamical balance in the Indonesian Seas circulation, Burnett, W. H.; Kamenkovich, V. M.; Jaffe, D. A.; Gordon, A. L.; Mellor, G. L. Geophysical Research Letters Sep 1, Volume: 27, Issue: 17 p.: 2705-2708 (2000)
The influence of the pressure head on the Indonesian Seas circulation, Burnett, W. H.; Kamenkovich, V. M.; Mellor, G. L.; Gordon, A. L. Geophysical Research Letters Aug 1, Volume: 27, Issue: 15 p.: 2273-2276 (2000)
Intraseasonal variability and tides in Makassar Strait, Susanto, R. D.; Gordon, A. L.; Sprintall, J.; Herunadi, B. Geophysical Research Letters May 15, Volume: 27, Issue: 10 p.: 1499-1502 (2000)
Recipe for Banda Sea Water, Waworuntu, J. M.; Fine, R. A.; Olson, D. B.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Marine Research Jul, Volume: 58, Issue: 4 p.: 547-569 (2000)
A semiannual Indian Ocean forced Kelvin wave observed in the Indonesian seas in May 1997, Sprintall, J.; Gordon, A. L.; Murtugudde, R.; Susanto, R. D. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jul 15, Volume: 105, Issue: C7 p.: 17217-17230 (2000)
Spreading of red sea overflow waters in the Indian ocean, Beal, L. M.; Ffield, A.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Apr 15, Volume: 105, Issue: C4 p.: 8549-8564 (2000)
Temperature variability within Makassar Strait, Ffield, A.; Vranes, K.; Gordon, A. L.; Susanto, R. D.; Garzoli, S. L. Geophysical Research Letters Jan 15, Volume: 27, Issue: 2 p.: 237-240 (2000)
Interannual variability of South Atlantic circulation from 4 years of TOPEX/POSEIDON satellite altimeter observations, Witter, D. L.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Sep 15, Volume: 104, Issue: C9 p.: 20927-20948 (1999)
Thermohaline stratification of the Indonesian Seas: Model and observations, Gordon, A. L.; McClean, J. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography Feb, Volume: 29, Issue: 2 p.: 198-216 (1999)
Throughflow within Makassar Strait, Gordon, A. L.; Susanto, R. D.; Ffield, A. Geophysical Research Letters Nov 1, Volume: 26, Issue: 21 p.: 3325-3328 (1999)
Bay of Bengal currents during the northeast monsoon, Hacker, P.; Firing, E.; Hummon, J.; Gordon, A. L.; Kindle, J. C. Geophysical Research Letters Aug 1, Volume: 25, Issue: 15 p.: 2769-2772 (1998)
Coelacanth populations may go with the flow, Gordon, A. L. Nature Oct 15, Volume: 395, Issue: 6703 p.: 634-634 (1998)
Makassar Strait transport: Initial estimate based on Arlindo results, Gordon, A. L.; Susanto, R. D. Marine Technology Society Journal Win, Volume: 32, Issue: 4 p.: 34-45 (1998)
Advection and diffusion of Indonesian throughflow water within the Indian Ocean South Equatorial Current, Gordon, A. L.; Ma, S. B.; Olson, D. B.; Hacker, P.; Ffield, A.; Talley, L. D.; Wilson, D.; Baringer, M. Geophysical Research Letters Nov 1, Volume: 24, Issue: 21 p.: 2573-2576 (1997)
He-3 in Indonesian Seas: Inferences on deep pathways, Top, Z.; Gordon, A.; JeanBaptiste, P.; Fieux, M.; Ilahude, G.; Muchtar, M. Geophysical Research Letters Mar 1, Volume: 24, Issue: 5 p.: 547-550 (1997)
CFC-113 shows Brazil eddy crossing the South Atlantic to the Agulhas Retroflection region, SmytheWright, D.; Gordon, A. L.; Chapman, P.; Jones, M. S. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jan 15, Volume: 101, Issue: C1 p.: 885-895 (1996)
Cosmonaut polynya in the Southern Ocean: Structure and variability, Comiso, J. C.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Aug 15, Volume: 101, Issue: C8 p.: 18297-18313 (1996)
The eastern boundary of the Gulf Stream recirculation, Marchese, P. J.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Marine Research May, Volume: 54, Issue: 3 p.: 521-540 (1996)
The eddy field of the southeast Atlantic Ocean: A statistical census from the Benguela Sources and Transports project, Rae, C. M. D.; Garzoli, S. L.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans May 15, Volume: 101, Issue: C5 p.: 11949-11964 (1996)
Oceanography - Communication between oceans, Gordon, A. L. Nature Aug 1, Volume: 382, Issue: 6590 p.: 399-400 (1996)
On the influence of bottom topography on the Agulhas eddy, Kamenkovich, V. M.; Leonov, Y. P.; Nechaev, D. A.; Byrne, D. A.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography Jun, Volume: 26, Issue: 6 p.: 892-912 (1996)
Origins and variability of the Benguela Current, Garzoli, S. L.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jan 15, Volume: 101, Issue: C1 p.: 897-906 (1996)
Pathways of water between the Pacific and Indian oceans in the Indonesian seas, Gordon, A. L.; Fine, R. A. Nature Jan 11, Volume: 379, Issue: 6561 p.: 146-149 (1996)
Southern Ocean fronts from the Greenwich meridian to Tasmania, Belkin, I. M.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Feb 15, Volume: 101, Issue: C2 p.: 3675-3696 (1996)
Thermocline stratification within the Indonesian Seas, Ilahude, A. G.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans May 15, Volume: 101, Issue: C5 p.: 12401-12409 (1996)
Tidal mixing signatures in the Indonesian seas, Ffield, A.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography Sep, Volume: 26, Issue: 9 p.: 1924-1937 (1996)
Variability and sources of the southeastern Atlantic circulation, Garzoli, S. L.; Gordon, A. L.; Kamenkovich, V.; Pillsbury, D.; DuncombeRae, C. Journal of Marine Research Nov, Volume: 54, Issue: 6 p.: 1039-1071 (1996)
The Absolute Velocity-Field of Agulhas Eddies and the Benguela Current, Clement, A. C.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Nov 15, Volume: 100, Issue: C11 p.: 22591-22601 (1995)
Agulhas Eddies - a Synoptic View Using Geosat Erm Data, Byrne, D. A.; Gordon, A. L.; Haxby, W. F. Journal of Physical Oceanography May, Volume: 25, Issue: 5 p.: 902-917 (1995)
Circulation and Transport of Water Along the Western Weddell Sea Margin, Muench, R. D.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Sep 15, Volume: 100, Issue: C9 p.: 18503-18515 (1995)
Tropical Atlantic Water within the Benguela Upwelling System at 27-Degrees-S, Gordon, A. L.; Bosley, K. T.; Aikman, F. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers Jan, Volume: 42, Issue: 1 p.: 1-12 (1995)
Warm Weddell Deep-Water West of Maud Rise, Gordon, A. L.; Huber, B. A. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jul 15, Volume: 100, Issue: C7 p.: 13747-13753 (1995)
When Is Appearance Reality - a Comment on Why Does the Indonesian Throughflow Appear to Originate from the North Pacific, Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography Jun, Volume: 25, Issue: 6 p.: 1560-1567 (1995)
Thermocline of the Flores and Banda Seas, Gordon, A. L.; Ffield, A.; Ilahude, A. G. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Sep 15, Volume: 99, Issue: C9 p.: 18235-18242 (1994)
Deep and Bottom Water of the Weddell Seas Western Rim, Gordon, A. L.; Huber, B. A.; Hellmer, H. H.; Ffield, A. Science Oct 1, Volume: 262, Issue: 5130 p.: 95-97 (1993)
Modeling of Topographic Effects on Antarctic Sea-Ice Using Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines, Deveaux, R. D.; Gordon, A. L.; Comiso, J. C.; Bacherer, N. E. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Nov 15, Volume: 98, Issue: C11 p.: 20307-20319 (1993)
Convective Modifications of Water Masses in the Agulhas, Olson, D. B.; Fine, R. A.; Gordon, A. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers Mar, Volume: 39, Issue: 1A p.: S163-S181 (1992)
Thermocline and Intermediate Water Communication between the South-Atlantic and Indian Oceans, Gordon, A. L.; Weiss, R. F.; Smethie, W. M.; Warner, M. J. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans May 15, Volume: 97, Issue: C5 p.: 7223-7240 (1992)
Vertical Mixing in the Indonesian Thermocline, Ffield, A.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography Feb, Volume: 22, Issue: 2 p.: 184-195 (1992)
Cyclonic Gyre in the Tropical South-Atlantic, Gordon, A. L.; Bosley, K. T. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers, Volume: 38 p.: S323-S343 (1991)
Agulhas Eddies Invade the South-Atlantic - Evidence from Geosat Altimeter and Shipboard Conductivity-Temperature-Depth Survey, Gordon, A. L.; Haxby, W. F. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Mar 15, Volume: 95, Issue: C3 p.: 3117-& (1990)
Southern-Ocean Winter Mixed Layer, Gordon, A. L.; Huber, B. A. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jul 15, Volume: 95, Issue: C7 p.: 11655-11672 (1990)
Brazil Malvinas Confluence - 1984, Gordon, A. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers Mar, Volume: 36, Issue: 3 p.: 359-384 (1989)
Intermediate Waters in the Southwest South-Atlantic, Piola, A. R.; Gordon, A. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers Jan, Volume: 36, Issue: 1 p.: 1-16 (1989)
Weddell Gyre - Temperature Maximum Stratum, Bagriantsev, N. V.; Gordon, A. L.; Huber, B. A. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jun 15, Volume: 94, Issue: C6 p.: 8331-8334 (1989)
Polynyas in the Southern-Ocean, Gordon, A. L.; Comiso, J. C. Scientific American Jun, Volume: 258, Issue: 6 p.: 90-97 (1988)
The Southern-Ocean and Global Climate, Gordon, A. L. Oceanus Sum, Volume: 31, Issue: 2 p.: 39-46 (1988)
Polar Oceans, Gordon, A. L.; Owens, W. B. Reviews of Geophysics Mar, Volume: 25, Issue: 2 p.: 227-233 (1987)
Recurring Polynyas over the Cosmonaut Sea and the Maud Rise, Comiso, J. C.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Mar 15, Volume: 92, Issue: C3 p.: 2819-2833 (1987)
Shedding of an Agulhas Ring Observed at Sea, Lutjeharms, J. R. E.; Gordon, A. L. Nature Jan 8, Volume: 325, Issue: 6100 p.: 138-140 (1987)
Stratification and Circulation at the Agulhas Retroflection, Gordon, A. L.; Lutjeharms, J. R. E.; Grundlingh, M. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers Apr, Volume: 34, Issue: 4 p.: 565-599 (1987)
Abyssal Eddy in the Southwest Atlantic, Gordon, A. L.; Greengrove, C. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers Jun, Volume: 33, Issue: 6 p.: 839-& (1986)
Geostrophic Circulation of the Brazil-Falkland Confluence, Gordon, A. L.; Greengrove, C. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers May, Volume: 33, Issue: 5 p.: 573-585 (1986)
Inter-Ocean Exchange of Thermocline Water, Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Apr 15, Volume: 91, Issue: C4 p.: 5037-5046 (1986)
On Oceanic Heat and Fresh-Water Fluxes at 30-Degrees-Sstar, Piola, A. R.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography Dec, Volume: 16, Issue: 12 p.: 2184-2190 (1986)
Spin-down of Baroclinic Eddies under Sea Ice, Ou, H. W.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans Jun 15, Volume: 91, Issue: C6 p.: 7623-7630 (1986)
Indian-Atlantic Transfer of Thermocline Water at the Agulhas Retroflection, Gordon, A. L. Science, Volume: 227, Issue: 4690 p.: 1030-1033 (1985)
Antarctic Sea Ice Microwave Signatures and Their Correlation with Insitu Ice Observations, Comiso, J. C.; Ackley, S. F.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, Volume: 89, Issue: Nc1 p.: 662-672 (1984)
Pacific and Indian-Ocean Upper-Layer Salinity Budget, Piola, A. R.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography, Volume: 14, Issue: 4 p.: 747-753 (1984)
Thermohaline Stratification Below the Southern-Ocean Sea Ice, Gordon, A. L.; Huber, B. A. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, Volume: 89, Issue: Nc1 p.: 641-648 (1984)
Winter Mixed Layer Entrainment of Weddell Deep-Water, Gordon, A. L.; Chen, C. T. A.; Metcalf, W. G. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, Volume: 89, Issue: Nc1 p.: 637-640 (1984)
Atlantic-Ocean Upper Layer Salinity Budget, Gordon, A. L.; Piola, A. R. Journal of Physical Oceanography, Volume: 13, Issue: 7 p.: 1293-1300 (1983)
Oceanography - a Clever Answer to a Simple Question, Gordon, A. L. Nature, Volume: 305, Issue: 5933 p.: 385-386 (1983)
Polar Oceanography, Gordon, A. L. Reviews of Geophysics, Volume: 21, Issue: 5 p.: 1124-1131 (1983)
Southern-Hemisphere Western Boundary Current Variability Revealed by Geos-3-Altimeter, Gordon, A. L.; Horai, K.; Donn, M. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans and Atmospheres, Volume: 88, Issue: Nc1 p.: 755-762 (1983)
Satellite-Observations of the Brazil and Falkland Currents - 1975 to 1976 and 1978, Legeckis, R.; Gordon, A. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers, Volume: 29, Issue: 3 p.: 375-401 (1982)
Southern-Ocean Bottom Water of the Australian New Zealand Sector, Rodman, M. R.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans and Atmospheres, Volume: 87, Issue: Nc8 p.: 5771-5778 (1982)
A Convective Model for the Weddell Polynya, Martinson, D. G.; Killworth, P. D.; Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography, Volume: 11, Issue: 4 p.: 466-488 (1981)
Salinity Maximum in the Pycnocline of the Middle Atlantic Bight, Gordon, A. L.; Aikman, F. Limnology and Oceanography, Volume: 26, Issue: 1 p.: 123-130 (1981)
Seasonality of Southern-Ocean Sea Ice, Gordon, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans and Atmospheres, Volume: 86, Issue: Nc5 p.: 4193-4197 (1981)
South-Atlantic Thermocline Ventilation, Gordon, A. L. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers, Volume: 28, Issue: 11 p.: 1239-1264 (1981)
The Wind-Driven Circulation in the Weddell-Enderby Basin, Gordon, A. L.; Martinson, D. G.; Taylor, H. W. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers, Volume: 28, Issue: 2 p.: 151-163 (1981)
Ocean Transients as Observed by Geos-3 Coincident Orbits, Gordon, A. L.; Baker, T. N. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans and Atmospheres, Volume: 85, Issue: Nc1 p.: 502-506 (1980)
Circulation and Melting beneath the Ross Ice Shelf, Jacobs, S. S.; Gordon, A. L.; Ardai, J. L. Science, Volume: 203, Issue: 4379 p.: 439-443 (1979)
Basin Waters of Bransfield Strait, Gordon, A. L.; Nowlin, W. D. Journal of Physical Oceanography, Volume: 8, Issue: 2 p.: 258-264 (1978)
Climatic Characteristics of Antarctic Polar Front Zone, Taylor, H. W.; Gordon, A. L.; Molinelli, E. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans and Atmospheres, Volume: 83, Issue: Nc9 p.: 4572-4578 (1978)
Deep Antarctic Convection West of Maud Rise, Gordon, A. L. Journal of Physical Oceanography, Volume: 8, Issue: 4 p.: 600-612 (1978)
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Md. Rajib Mozumder
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Md. Rajib
Mozumder
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Geochemistry
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215 Comer
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(845) 365-8155

Fields of interest: 

hydrogeology, groundwater geochemistry, groundwater resources management
Education
M.Phil. in Groundwater geochemistry
Columbia University
2014-2016
M.A. in Groundwater geochemistry
Columbia University
2012-2014
B.S. in Geology; M.S. in Hydrogeology
University of Dhaka
2002-2010
Degree Project in Groundwater Chemistry
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
2010-2011
Caroline Leland
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Caroline
Leland
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Biology and Paleo Environment
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Tree Ring Lab
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
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Fields of interest: 

paleoclimatology, dendrochronology

My research focuses on understanding hydroclimatic variability in semi-arid Asia, especially Mongolia, using networks of tree-ring data.

Olivia Clifton
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Olivia
Clifton
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ocean and Climate Physics
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206A Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
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(845) 365-8157

Fields of interest: 

interactions among atmospheric chemistry, climate, and the biosphere

Olivia’s research aims to quantify how tropospheric ozone, an air pollutant and potent greenhouse gas, responds to changing precursor emissions, climate, and land use. In particular, her research focuses on how the vegetation sink of tropospheric ozone changes with meteorology and biophysics and how this modulates atmospheric composition. Olivia uses multiscale measurements and a hierarchy of models in her research. Better constraints on spatiotemporal variability in this poorly understood sink will advance our ability to predict air quality and impacts on humans and ecosystems with changing climate. 

Education
Master of Philosophy
Columbia University in the City of New York
02/2017
Master of the Arts
Columbia University in the City of New York
03/2015
Bachelor of Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison
12/2012
Selected Publications:
Interannual variability in ozone removal by a temperate deciduous forest, Clifton, Olivia E.; Fiore, Arlene M.; Munger, J. W.; Malyshev, Sergey; Horowitz, Larry W.; Shevliakova, Elena; Paulot, Fabien; Murray, Lee T.; Griffin, Kevin L. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume: 44 (2017) 10.1002/2016GL070923
Twenty-first century reversal of the surface ozone seasonal cycle over the northeastern United States, Clifton, Olivia E.; Fiore, Arlene M.; Correa, Gustavo; Horowitz, Larry W.; Naik, Vaishali Geophysical Research Letters, Volume: 41 (2014) 10.1002/2014GL061378
Hannah Rabinowitz
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Hannah
Rabinowitz
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Seismology Geology and Tectonophysics
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201E Seismology
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Hannah is a fourth year graduate student in the rock mechanics lab. Her research interests focus on coseismic shear heating as a way to understand the energy release of earthquakes and the frictional behavior of sediments as a control on seismic character of subduction zones. Hannah is currently working on developing an alkenone proxy for fault heating to understand the seismic history of the Japan Trench as recorded in an ocean drill core recovered after the 2011  Mw9.1 Tohoku-oki earthquake.

Peter B. Kelemen
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Peter
B.
Kelemen
Arthur D. Storke Memorial Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Geochemistry
Chair
Earth and Environmental Sciences
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211 Comer
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(845) 365-8728

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(845) 365-8155

 

 
Fields of interest: CO2 capture and storage via in situ mineral carbonation in peridotite and basalt; melting and reactive melt transport in the Earth's mantle and lower crust; igneous processes in forming the Earth's crust; density instabilities, ductile deformation and evolution of the lower crust; subduction zone geotherms; and the mechanisms for intermediate depth earthquakes.
 
Recently, I have added mineral carbonation and hydration in peridotite and mafic rocks to my research program. This is a reactive transport problem, very similar to the work I've done on reactive transport of melt in the upper mantle and lower crust, there are fantastic field areas where active, ongoing mineral carbonation and hydration can be observed, and the physical mechanisms that control key processes are not well understood. We are focusing on understanding processes in natural systems, particularly “reaction driven cracking”, with relevance to engineered geological capture and storage of CO2, stimulation of geothermal reservoirs, in situ mining, and extraction of hydrocarbon resources from tight formations.
 
For decades, my primary research interest has been in the genesis and evolution of the Earth's crust in the ocean basins, in arcs, and in continents. I approach this topic from the perspective that reactions between melt and rock during transport through the upper mantle are as important as melting, mixing, and crystal fractionation processes in producing different crustal bulk compositions in different tectonic settings. I’ve been fascinated by the stark compositional difference between oceanic and continental crust, and in my research I have gravitated toward end-member examples of magmatic processes: oceanic spreading ridges, and subduction-related volcanic arcs such as the Aleutians where the composition of average lavas and exposed plutonic rocks closely resembles continental crust.  In an ongoing effort, I've tried to develop a general theory that explains how reactive melt transport varies along different geothermal gradients, with, 1. mineral dissolution and focusing of flow into high permeability channels in hot, upwelling mantle, 2. diffuse flow where there is a low melt flux into conductively cooled, shallow mantle, and, 3. hydrofracture where high melt flux and crystallization due to cooling clog porosity, leading to ponding of magma and increasing melt pressure. I’ve also become very interested in gravitational instabilities that can remove dense lithologies from the base of the crust, and transport buoyant subducted sediments and felsic igneous rocks from subduction zones back into the crust, and I hope to pursue investigations of metasediments in lower crustal granulite terrains: how do they get down there?
 
In studying layered intrusions and lower oceanic crust, I’ve tried to understand a few of the many possible mechanisms for forming both compositional and modal layering in gabbros, via injection of layer parallel sills, and via sudden changes in pressure that can modify the assemblage of minerals precipitating from a cooling magma. This research led to general ideas about formation of oceanic crust, via a “sheeted sills” mechanism in which the lower crust crystallizes from many small sills, injected at depths throughout the crust. This end-member process stands in contrast to the “gabbro glacier” hypothesis, in which all oceanic plutonic rocks crystallize in a single, shallow melt lens and undergo ductile flow downward and outward to “fill” the lower crust. A related issue is the mode of cooling of the oceanic lower crust; via conduction with limited, diffuse fluid flow, or via rapid, focused hydrothermal convection. Trying to quantify and constrain these hypotheses, and to determine which processes predominate in different tectonic settings, has motivated a lot of research over the past 15 years.
I've been very fortunate to work with a large number of tolerant geophysicists (Jack Whitehead, Einat Aharonov, Steve Holbrook, Marc Spiegelman, Greg Hirth, Jun Korenaga, Matthew Jull, and others) who have led me into the world of geodynamics. I am grateful to them all, particularly Greg Hirth, with whom I have been able to pursue interdisciplinary studies.
 
Finally, not that long ago, I was a founding partner of Dihedral Exploration, mineral exploration consultants specializing in field work requiring technical climbing skills. Searching for ore deposits took me to British Columbia, Alaska and Greenland. I've recently started teaching a new course, Earth Resources for Sustainable Development, which covers some of that field, as well as energy resources, water, soil and fertilizer. I’ve been writing general articles and giving public presentations on this topic
 
 

 

Education
Ph.D.
University of Washington
Master of Science
University of Washington
Bachelor of Arts
Dartmouth
Selected Publications:
The case for reactive crystallization at mid-ocean ridges, Collier, M. L.; Kelemen, P. B. Journal of Petrology (Submitted)
The seismic mid-lithosphere discontinuity, Selway, K; Ford, H; Kelemen, P. Earth and Planetary Science Letters , Volume: 414 p.: 45-57 (2015)
Distinctly different parental magmas for calc-alkaline plutons and tholeiitic lavas in the central and eastern Aleutian arc, Cai, Yue; Rioux, Matthew; Kelemen, Peter B.; Goldstein, Steven L.; Bolge, Louise; Kylander-Clark, Andrew R. C. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 431 (2015) 10.1016/j.epsl.2015.07.058
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
Reaction-driven cracking during retrograde metamorphism: Olivine hydration and carbonation, Kelemen, P.B. and G. Hirth Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 345–348 p.: p. 81 (2012)
Coexisting serpentine and quartz from carbonate-bearing serpentinized peridotite in the Samail Ophiolite, Oman, Streit, E.; Kelemen, P.B.; Eiler, J. Mineralogy and Petrology, Volume: 164 (2012)
Differentiation of the continental crust by relamination, Hacker, B. R.; Kelemen, P. B.; Behn, M. D. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 06/02/2011, Volume: 307 p.: 15 (2011)
Rates and Mechanisms of Mineral Carbonation in Peridotite: Natural Processes and Recipes for Enhanced, in situ CO2 Capture and Storage, Kelemen, P.B.; Matter, J.; Streit, E.E.; Rudge, J.F.; Curry, W.B.; Blusztajn, J. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Volume: 39 p.: 93 (2011)
Diapirs as the source of the sediment signature in arc lavas, Behn, M.D.; Kelemen, P.B.; Hirth, G.; Hacker, B.R.; Massonne, H. Nature Geoscience, Volume: 4 (2011)
Rates and mechanisms of peridotite carbonation: preliminary data from Oman, recipes for enhanced, in situ CO2 capture & storage, and avenues for continued research, Kelemen, P B; Streit, L; Matter, J; Rudge, J; Curry, W; Blusztajn, J Annual Reviews of Earth & Planetary Science (2010)
Investigation of the strength contrast at the Moho: A case study from the Oman Ophiolite, Homburg, J.; Hirth, G.; Kelemen, P.B Geology, Volume: 38 (2010)
Microstructural and rheological evolution of a mantle shear zone, Skemer, P.; Warren, J.; Kelemen, P.B.; Hirth, G. Journal of Petrology, Volume: 51 (2010)
Trapped melt in the Josephine peridotite: Implications for permeability and melt extraction in the upper mantle, Sundberg, M,; Hirth, G.; Kelemen, P.B. Journal of Petrology, Volume: 51 (2010)
A felsic end to Bushveld differentiation, VanTongeren, J.; Mathez, E.; Kelemen, P.B. Journal of Petrology, Volume: 51 (2010)
Enhanced in situ carbonation of peridotite for permanent CO2 storage, Matter, J. M.; Kelemen, P. B. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Jun, Volume: 73, Issue: 13 p.: A848-A848 (2009)
Permanent storage of carbon dioxide in geological reservoirs by mineral carbonation, Matter, J M; Kelemen, P B Nature Geoscience, Volume: 2 p.: 837-841 (2009)
Cooling rates in the lower crust of the Oman ophiolite: Ca in olivine, revisited, VanTongeren, J. A.; Kelemen, P. B.; Hanghoj, K. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Mar 1, Volume: 267, Issue: 1-2 p.: 69-82 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.epsi.2007.11.034
Microstructures in Hole 1274A peridotites, ODP Leg 209, Mid-Atlantic Ridge: Tracking the fate of melts percolating in peridotite as the lithosphere is intercepted, Suhr, G.; Kelemen, P.; Paulick, H. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems Mar 18, Volume: 9 p.: - (2008) Doi 10.1029/2007gc001726
Reconstruction of the Talkeetna intraoceanic arc of Alaska through thermobarometry, Hacker, B. R.; Mehl, L.; Kelemen, P. B.; Rioux, M.; Behn, M. D.; Luffi, P. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Mar 7, Volume: 113, Issue: B3 p.: - (2008) Doi 10.1029/2007jb005208
Recycled crust controls contrasting source compositions of Mesozoic and Cenozoic basalts in the North China Craton, Liu, Y. S.; Gao, S.; Kelemen, P. B.; Xu, W. L. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta May 1, Volume: 72, Issue: 9 p.: 2349-2376 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.gca.2008.02.018
Geochemistry and magmatic history of eclogues and ultramafic rocks from the Chinese continental scientific drill hole: Subduction and ultrahigh-pressure metamorphism of lower crustal cumulates, Liu, Y. S.; Zong, K. Q.; Kelemen, P. B.; Gao, S. Chemical Geology Jan 15, Volume: 247, Issue: 1-2 p.: 133-153 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2007.10.016
In situ carbonation of peridotite for CO2 storage, Kelemen, P. B.; Matter, J. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 11/2008, Volume: 105, Issue: 45 p.: 17295-17300 (2008)
In situ carbonation of peridotite for CO2 storage, Kelemen, P. B.; Matter, J. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Nov 11, Volume: 105, Issue: 45 p.: 17295-17300 (2008) DOI 10.1073/pnas.0805794105
Melt-peridotite reaction in the mantle: Grain-scale processes and geological applications, Liang, Y.; Lo Cascio, M.; Morgan, Z.; Peng, Q. L.; Kelemen, P. Journal of China University of Geosciences Jun, Volume: 18 p.: 194-197 (2007)
Nonvolcanic seafloor spreading and corner-flow rotation accommodated by extensional faulting at 15 degrees N on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge: A structural synthesis of ODP Leg 209, Schroeder, T.; Cheadle, M. J.; Dick, H. J. B.; Faul, U.; Casey, J. F.; Kelemen, P. B. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems Jun 28, Volume: 8 p.: - (2007) Doi 10.1029/2006gc001567
A periodic shear-heating mechanism for intermediate-depth earthquakes in the mantle, Kelemen, P. B.; Hirth, G. Nature Apr 12, Volume: 446, Issue: 7137 p.: 787-790 (2007) Doi 10.1038/Nature05717
Trace elements in clinopyroxenes from Aleutian xenoliths: Implications for primitive subduction magmatism in an island arc, Yogodzinski, G. M.; Kelemen, P. B. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Apr 30, Volume: 256, Issue: 3-4 p.: 617-632 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2007.02.015
Trench-parallel anisotropy produced by foundering of arc lower crust, Behn, M. D.; Hirth, G.; Kelemen, P. B. Science Jul 6, Volume: 317, Issue: 5834 p.: 108-111 (2007) DOI 10.1126/science.1141269
Ultra-depleted, shallow cratonic mantle beneath West Greenland: dunitic xenoliths from Ubekendt Ejland, Bernstein, S.; Hanghoj, K.; Kelemen, P. B.; Brooks, C. K. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology Sep, Volume: 152, Issue: 3 p.: 335-347 (2006) DOI 10.1007/s00410-006-0109-0

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