Sidney R. Hemming
Personal Information
Sidney
R.
Hemming
Professor and Chair
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Geochemistry
Contact Information
413 Comer
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8417

Fax: 

(845) 365-8155

Fields of interest: 

geochronology, sedimentary geochemistry, paleoclimate, continental crust evolution

I consider my field to be Historical Geology.  Using the record from sediments and sedimentary rocks, I seek to document aspects of Earth's history.  Understanding the provenance and processes recorded in the geochemistry of sediments and sedimentary rocks lies at the heart of my research interests.  I have strong interest in tectonics and continental crust evolution questions on the longer time scale. I have an active program of applying radiogenic isotopes for tracing the sources of sediments with the goal of understanding Quaternary climate changes and associated changes in winds, currents and glaciers. Provenance studies of ice rafted detritus are key to working out the dynamic relationships among paleo-climate and paleo-ocean circulation and their interactions with the large ice sheets that covered the northern continents during the ice ages.  Geochronology is essential to my research and I am actively participating in projects to improve our ability to obtain reliable age estimates on events in Earth's history.

  • Ar Geochronology Lab
Education
Ph.D.
SUNY Stony Brook
1994
Master of Science
Tulane
1986
Bachelor of Science
Midwestern
1983
Marissa Tremblay, Barnard College Senior
Selected Publications:
Characterizing the sediment provenance of East Antarctica's weak underbelly: The Aurora and Wilkes sub-glacial basins, Pierce, Pierce, E.L.; Williams T.; van de Flierdt, T.; Hemming, S.R.; Goldstein, S.L.; Brachfeld, S.A. Paleoceanography, Volume: 26, Issue: PA4217 p.: 10.1029/2011PA002127 (2011)
Evidence for iceberg armadas from East Antarctica in the Southern Ocean during the late Miocene and early Pliocene, Williams, T; van de Flierdt, T; Hemming, SR; Chung, E; Roy, M; Goldstein, SL Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 290 p.: 351-361 (2010)
Contrasting compositions of Saharan dust in the eastern Atlantic Ocean during the last deglaciation and African Humid Period, Cole, J. M.; Goldstein, S. L.; deMenocal, P. B.; Hemming, S. R.; Grousset, F. E. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 278, Issue: 3-4 p.: 257-266 (2009) doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2008.12.011
Use of strontium isotopes in detrital sediments to constrain the glacial position of the Agulhas Retroflection, Franzese, A. M.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L. Paleoceanography, Volume: 24 (2009) 10.1029/2008PA001706
Spectral analysis of the lower Eocene Wilkins Peak Member, Green River Formation, Wyoming: Support for Milankovitch cyclicity, Machlus, M. L.; Olsen, P. E.; Christie-Blick, N.; Hemming, S. R. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Apr 15, Volume: 268, Issue: 1-2 p.: 64-75 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2007.12.024
Modeling the marine nd isotope variability with an offline ocean general circulation model, Jones, K. M.; Khatiwala, S.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemming, S. R.; van de Flierdt, T. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Jul, Volume: 72, Issue: 12 p.: A439-A439 (2008)
Ar-40/Ar-39 ages of hornblende grains and bulk Sm/Nd isotopes of circum-Antarctic glacio-marine sediments: Implications for sediment provenance in the Southern Ocean, Roy, M.; van de Flierdt, T. V.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L. Chemical Geology Oct 15, Volume: 244, Issue: 3-4 p.: 507-519 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2007.07.017
Heinrich events: Massive late pleistocene detritus layers of the North Atlantic and their global climate imprint, Hemming, S. R. Reviews of Geophysics Mar 18, Volume: 42, Issue: 1 p.: - (2004) Doi 10.1029/2003rg000128
Radiogenic isotopes as tracers of sediment provenance and flux: Paleoceanography of the South Atlantic, Franzese, A. M.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L.; Anderson, R. F.; Broecker, W. S. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Sep, Volume: 67, Issue: 18 p.: A102-A102 (2003)
Ar-40/Ar-39 ages and Ar-40* concentrations of fine-grained sediment fractions from North Atlantic Heinrich layers, Hemming, S. R.; Hall, C. M.; Biscaye, P. E.; Higgins, S. M.; Bond, G. C.; McManus, J. F.; Barber, D. C.; Andrews, J. T.; Broecker, W. S. Chemical Geology Feb 15, Volume: 182, Issue: 2-4 p.: 583-603 (2002) Pii S0009-2541(01)00342-4
Laschamp excursion at Mono Lake?, Kent, D. V.; Hemming, S. R.; Turrin, B. D. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Apr 15, Volume: 197, Issue: 3-4 p.: 151-164 (2002) Pii S0012-821x(02)00474-0
Paleoclimate - Climate swings come into focus, Broecker, W. S.; Hemming, S. Science Dec 14, Volume: 294, Issue: 5550 p.: 2308-2309 (2001)
Chloe (Yuchao) Gao
Personal Information
Chloe (Yuchao)
Gao
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ocean and Climate Physics
Contact Information
301F Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8795

Fax: 

(845) 365-8157

Fields of interest: 

Atmospheric Chemistry
Education
M.Phil. in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Columbia University
05/2015
M.A. in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Columbia University
05/2015
B.A. in Earth and Planetary Sciences
Johns Hopkins Univeristy
05/2013
NICHOLAS CHRISTIE-BLICK
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Nicholas
Christie-Blick
Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Seismology Geology and Tectonophysics
Contact Information
215A Seismology
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8180

Fax: 

(845) 365-8150

Fields of interest: 

Sedimentary Geology and Tectonics

Early Years

My introduction to the world of geology began as little more than a passing fancy and a love of the great outdoors. When I showed up at the University of Cambridge in 1971 it was with every intention of studying physics. A spring field trip to the Scottish island of Arran soon led to a re-evaluation of priorities, but for largely visceral reasons rather than through any appreciation for the societal relevance of Earth science or whether I might be able to make a living as a geologist. A single job interview, with Consolidated Goldfields towards the end of 1973, and during my final year at Cambridge, went badly. I miscalculated how long it would take to ride “the tube” (subway) from the Chinese Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts to the company’s London office, and I do not think that I displayed much enthusiasm for moving to South Africa or for working underground.

My decision a couple of months later to undertake a Ph.D. on Proterozoic glaciation was equally fateful – a byproduct of weekly “supervisions” (one on one discussions) with Brian Harland at Caius College, two conferences that I attended as an undergraduate, Dan McKenzie’s glowing endorsement of U.S. science over tea at Madingly Rise, an enthusiastic letter from John Crowell offering admission and a teaching assistantship at the University of California, Santa Barbara (my #1 choice), and the unexpected end of a personal relationship that might have provided a rationale for remaining in the U.K.

The Neoproterozoic Era proved to be a fertile research target – for its climatic extremes, as a threshold in the history of life, and for concomitant changes in sea level and the chemistry of the oceans and atmosphere. My research with students and collaborators over the years has touched on many aspects of this geology: its stratigraphy and sedimentology, paleobiology, paleomagnetics and isotope geochemistry, and in Australia, India and China as well as the western U.S., where I undertook my Ph.D. project.

My broader interests in sedimentary geology and tectonics were stimulated by three years with Exxon in the early 1980s. Exxon was then at the center of a conceptual revolution, in which it was recognized that the best way to study sediments is with reference to their three-dimensional stratal geometry and the manner in which they accumulate layer by layer (sequence stratigraphy). This experience led to a second very fruitful research effort, in a range of geological settings, and with a focus on how sedimentation responds to a combination of sea-level change, deformation and other phenomena.

A third area of research, in extensional tectonics, also has its roots in geological mapping in the Cordilleran orogen and Basin and Range Province undertaken as part of my Ph.D. study. However, I credit a late-night conversation with my colleague, Mark Anders in 1992 for an intellectual journey that we have taken together on the paradox of low-angle normal faulting.

U/Pb-40Ar/39Ar Coupling Approach for the Reconstruction of Paleo-River Systems: A Case Study of the Siluro-Devonian Old Red Sandstone of Scotland (PRF #54919-ND8, 2015-2017). – The project involves a geochronological test of the idea that the Old Red Sandstone represents the deposits of a regional-scale river system draining the Caledonides of Greenland and Norway, comparable to the way in which the Indus and Ganges rivers drain the Himalaya today. We are interested also how the orogen may have been assembled from once separate terranes, and then modified by a combination of extensional and strike-slip tectonics. The project is being spearheaded by Michael J. DeLuca as part of his Ph.D. research.

Stratigraphic Response to Deformation and Sea-Level Change in the Gulf of Suez, Egypt. – The Gulf of Suez, Egypt provides a unique opportunity for evaluating how sedimentation responds to crustal deformation and sea-level change in a setting in which both are known to have been important. A project currently under way in collaboration with Ph.D. student, Raed Badr and Dr Ahmed El-Barkooky at the University of Cairo will involve physical stratigraphic and structural mapping, sedimentology, high-resolution Sr isotopic dating, and biostratigraphy to investigate how patterns of sedimentation and erosion relate to the propagation of faults and growth of folds, the tilting of fault blocks, and independently quantified sea-level change during the early Miocene.

Testing the Extensional Detachment Paradigm: A Borehole Observatory in the Sevier Desert Basin. – I am lead proponent for an International Continental Scientific Drilling Program (ICDP) initiative to test the extensional detachment paradigm in the Sevier Desert basin, Utah. A priority in 2018, in conjunction with Prof. M. Beatrice Magnani at Southern Methodist University, is to seek funds to acquire geophysical data to evaluate the character of the sub-Tertiary contact, and to provide 3–D context for a coring project at the ARCO Hole-in-Rock #1 well.

We continue to work at several other locations in the Basin and Range Province: the Death Valley region of eastern California; adjacent parts of Nevada, Arizona and Utah; and southeastern Idaho.

Neoproterozoic Earth History– New research is being planned in the Neoproterozoic, with particular reference to the significance and timing of the so-called Wonoka-Shuram anomaly, an enigmatic negative carbon isotope excursion that is well developed in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia. The project will be undertaken by Sarah M. Giles for her Ph.D.

I have learned over the years that a good way to frame any research is to challenge conventional thinking, and to focus upon topics on which there is lively disagreement, because the goal of any project is surely to discover something new and not merely to describe another example of an already well understood phenomenon. Potential students have long been invited to place their email inquiries in the context of one or more general issues or hypotheses or questions of this kind, and the strategies that might be employed to tackle whatever they suggest. Few have seen fit to follow this advice.

Google Scholar profile: http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=vD6gJnEAAAAJ

Education
Ph.D. (Geology)
University of California, Santa Barbara
1979
B.A. (Natural Sciences/Geology)
University of Cambridge (King's College), UK
1974
A complete list of former students is included in my CV, which may be downloaded at: http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~ncb/
Selected Publications:
Tectonically controlled nearshore deposition: Cozzette Sandstone, Book Cliffs, Colorado, U.S.A., Madof, A.S.; Christie-Blick, N.; Anders, M.H. Journal of Sedimentary Research 05/2015, Volume: 85 p.: 459-488 (2015) http://dx.doi.org/10.2110/jsr.2015.26
Cominco American Well: Implications for the Reconstruction of the Sevier Orogen and Basin and Range Extension in West-Central Utah, Anders, M.H.; Christie-Blick, N.; Malinverno, A. American Journal of Science 05/2012, Volume: 312 p.: 508-533 (2012) 10.2475/05.2012.02
Condensation origin for Neoproterozoic cap carbonates during deglaciation, Kennedy, M.J.; and Christie-Blick, N. Condensation origin for Neoproterozoic cap carbonates during deglaciation 04/2011, Volume: 39 p.: 319-322 (2011)
Testing the extensional detachment paradigm: A borehole observatory in the Sevier Desert basin, Christie-Blick, N.; Anders, M.H.; Manatschal, G.; Wernicke, B.P. Scientific Drilling, Issue: No. 8 p.: 57-59 (2009)
Stratigraphic controls on a salt-withdrawal intraslope minibasin, north-central Green Canyon, Gulf of Mexico: Implications for misinterpreting sea level change, Madof, A.S.; Christie-Blick, N.; Anders, M.H. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, Volume: 93 p.: 535-561 (2009)
Re-evaluation of the middle Miocene Eagle Mountain Formation and its significance as a piercing point for the interpretation of extreme extension across the Death Valley region, California, U.S.A., Renik, B.; Christie-Blick, N.; Troxel, B. W.; Wright, L. A.; Niemi, N. A. Journal of Sedimentary Research Mar-Apr, Volume: 78, Issue: 3-4 p.: 199-219 (2008) Doi 10.2110/Jsr.2008.022
Resolving apparent conflicts between oceanographic and Antarctic climate records and evidence for a decrease in pCO(2) during the Oligocene through early Miocene (34-16 Ma), Pekar, S. F.; Christie-Blick, N. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology Apr 7, Volume: 260, Issue: 1-2 p.: 41-49 (2008) DOI 10.1016/j.palaeo.2007.08.019
Is there a role for sequence stratigraphy in chronostratigraphy?, Christie-Blick, N.; Pekar, S. F.; Madof, A. S. Stratigraphy, Volume: 4, Issue: 2-3 p.: 217-229 (2007)
Observations from the Basin and Range Province (western United States) pertinent to the interpretation of regional detachment faults, Christie-Blick, N.; Anders, M.H.; Wills, S.; Walker, C.D.; Renik, B. Imaging, Mapping and Modelling Continental Lithosphere Extension and Breakup: Geological Society of London, Special Publication 282 p.: 419-439 (2007)
The phanerozoic record of global sea-level change, Miller, K. G.; Kominz, M. A.; Browning, J. V.; Wright, J. D.; Mountain, G. S.; Katz, M. E.; Sugarman, P. J.; Cramer, B. S.; Christie-Blick, N.; Pekar, S. F. Science Nov 25, Volume: 310, Issue: 5752 p.: 1293-1298 (2005) DOI 10.1126/science.1116412
Stable isotopic evidence for methane seeps in Neoproterozoic postglacial cap carbonates, Jiang, G. Q.; Kennedy, M. J.; Christie-Blick, N. Nature 12/2003, Volume: 426, Issue: 6968 p.: 822-826 (2003) Doi 10.1038/Nature02201
Are Proterozoic cap carbonates and isotopic excursions a record of gas hydrate destabilization following Earth's coldest intervals?, Kennedy, M. J.; Christie-Blick, N.; Sohl, L. E. Geology May, Volume: 29 p.: 443-446 (2001)
Sequence Stratigraphy and the Interpretation of Neoproterozoic Earth History, Christie-Blick, N.; Dyson, I. A.; Vonderborch, C. C. Precambrian Research May, Volume: 73, Issue: 1-4 p.: 3-26 (1995)
Onlap, Offlap, and the Origin of Unconformity-Bounded Depositional Sequences, Christie-Blick, N. Marine Geology Mar, Volume: 97, Issue: 1-2 p.: 35-56 (1991)
Deformation and basin formation along strike-slip faults, Christie-Blick, N.; Biddle, K.T. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Special Publication, Volume: 37 p.: 1-34 (1985)
Caroline Leland
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Caroline
Leland
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Biology and Paleo Environment
Contact Information
Tree Ring Lab
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8517

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(845) 365-8150

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
Personal Information
Olivia
Clifton
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ocean and Climate Physics
Contact Information
206A Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8319

Fax: 

(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
Contact Information
201E Seismology
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US

Fax: 

(845) 365-8150

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.

Colin Raymond
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Colin
Raymond
Graduate Student
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ocean and Climate Physics
Contact Information
205E Oceanography
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(607) 279-2752

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(845) 365-8157

Fields of interest: 

regional climate, urban climate, extreme heat, statistical downscaling, climate modeling

Small and spatially heterogeneous areas are where climate models most struggle -- but they are also, as of 2008, home to more than half of the world's population. The challenge of making projections for urbanized regions is especially acute toward the tails of the distribution, whatever the variable of interest. My interests lie in exploring how to best capture the historical climatology of extremes in all their spatiotemporal complexity, in characterizing and categorizing the meteorological patterns that produce them, and in using this knowledge to refine projections for (the remaining part of!) the 21st century. These connections between the local and regional scales, and consequently between subdaily and seasonal events, are multifaceted, and so benefit from being approached with a variety of tools, most prominently statistical downscaling and direct representation with regional climate models.

Education
M.S.
Columbia University
05/2016
B.S.
Cornell University
05/2014
Alexandra Bausch
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Alexandra
Bausch
Graduate Research Fellow
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Biology and Paleo Environment
Contact Information
102D Geoscience
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8178

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(845) 365-8150

Fields of interest: 

Biological Oceanography, Chemical Oceanography, Biogeochemistry, Marine Biology

My interdisciplinary graduate research project addresses the impacts of regional climate change on planktonic microorganisms in coastal marine ecosystems. Using integrated laboratory experiments and field studies, I examine the coupled biological and chemical changes in marine ecosystems as a result of increased anthropogenic climate change. Much of my research focuses on the interactive effects of ocean acidification and other chemical stressors on the growth and physiology of planktonic organisms. I also measure dissolved thorium isotopes in seawater to determine fluxes of atmospheric dust – a major source of iron for phytoplankton – in surface waters of the Indian Ocean.

Education
M.Phil. Earth and Environmental Sciences
Columbia University
10/2015
M.S. Environmental Engineering Technology
University of Stavanger
06/2011
B.S. Chemistry
Villanova University
05/2009
Andrew Juhl
Personal Information
Andrew
Juhl
Lamont Associate Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Biology and Paleo Environment
Biology and Paleo Environment
Adjunct Associate Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Contact Information
2A Marine Biology
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8837

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(845) 365-8150

Fields of interest: 

Plankton ecology, Phytoplankton growth and physiology, Zooplankton grazing, Harmful algae, Dinoflagellate blooms, Physical/biological interactions, Nutrient/microbial pollution of coastal waters, Sea-ice algae

As an aquatic ecologist and oceanographer, my research and teaching focus on how aquatic microorganisms and their predators interact with each other and their physical/chemical environment. I emphasize a holistic perspective encompassing the range of planktonic organisms found in coastal marine systems, estuaries, rivers and lakes, including: planktonic algae, protist microzooplankton, invertebrate zooplankton, and bacteria.    

My research approach links hypothesis-driven, controlled laboratory experiments with small-scale field manipulations and field observations. Such research is inherently interdisciplinary, connecting cell biology and physiology with ecology, and physics and chemistry of the environment. My work finds application in addressing basic and applied questions related to aquatic geochemical fluxes, harmful algal blooms, pollution and water quality, and sea ice ecology

Please see my website for more information.

 

 

 

Education
Ph.D. - Biological Oceanography
Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego
2000
M. S. - Biological Oceanography
College of Oceanography, Oregon State University
1991
B.S. - Zoology
University of Wisconsin, Madison
1988
Selected Publications:
Overwintering of gelatinous zooplankton in the coastal arctic ocean, Purcell, Jennifer E.; Juhl, Andrew R.; Mańko, Maciej K.; Aumack, Craig F. Marine Ecology Progress Series (2017)
Conserved transcriptional responses to nutrient stress in bloom-forming algae, Harke, Matthew J; Juhl, Andrew R.; Haley, Sheean T.; Alexander, Harriet; Dyhrman, Sonya T. Frontiers in Microbiology (2017)
Transcriptional response of the harmful raphidophyte Heterosigma akashiwo to nitrate and phosphate stress, Haley, Sheean T.; Alexander, Harriet; Juhl, Andrew R.; T. Dyhrman, Sonya T. Harmful Algae (2017)
Steven L. Goldstein
Personal Information
Steven
L.
Goldstein
Associate Director - Geochemistry
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Geochemistry
Higgins Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Contact Information
213 Comer
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
(845) 365-8787

Fax: 

(845) 365-8155

Fields of interest: 

Geochemistry, isotope geology, how the earth works

The Earth is an incredibly dynamic planet. Throughout its four and a half billion year history, magmas generated in the mantle have been creating crust, which in turn has been mixed back into the mantle by subduction. Formation of the continents and the core have resulted major chemical differentiation of the planet. The combination of chemical fractionations and the decay of radioactive elements in rocks impart "fingerprints" that we use to understand how these processes work, and to determine the timing of events.

These fingerprints are among the most versatile geological tracers. Their applicability extends across the spectrum of the Earth sciences and is limited only by our creativity and imagination. Among the most exciting aspects of isotope geochemistry is that we are neither "hard-" nor "soft" rockers, neither "Quaternary-" nor "Archean" geologists.

At Lamont, we are using chemical and isotopic tracers in studies ranging from deep Earth processes and evolution to Quaternary climate change. Our igneous studies include the history of continental growth as well magma formation processes at ocean ridges, ocean islands, and island arcs. Low-temperature studies include tracing element fluxes in the present-day oceans and through time, and quantifying the timing of climate change through dating of sediments only thousands of years old. The next decade promises to be the most exciting yet as new analytical techniques will extend our arsenal of isotopic tracers.

I found Lamont to be an amazingly exciting place to be a Ph.D. student, and this is why I returned as a faculty member when the opportunity arose. Its combination of great intellectual breadth and range of resources and friendliness make a great environment for research and education.

 

Education
Ph.D.
Columbia University
1986
MA
Harvard University
1978
BA
Columbia University
1976
no degree
McGill University, University of Maryland
Randye Rutberg, faculty, Hunter College, CUNY
Alexandra LaGatta, faculty, St. Mary's College of California
Alexander Piotrowski, faculty, U of Cambridge
William Thompson, scientist, Wood Hole Oceanographic Institution
Kevin Jones, Exxon-Mobil
Kyla Simons, Exxon Mobil
Jason Jweda, ConocoPhillips
Yue Cai, Associate Research Scientist, LDEO
Selected Publications:
High precision Sr-Nd-Hf-Pb isotopic compositions of USGS Standard Reference Material BCR-2, Jweda, J., Bolge, L., Class, C., Goldstein, S.L. Geostandards and Geoanalytical Research (2015)
Biogeochemical cycling of Nd along the eastern margin of the North Atlantic, Stichel, T.; Hartman, A.E.; Duggan, B.; Goldstein, S.L.; Scher, H.D.; Pahnke, K. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 412 p.: 245-260 (2015)
Dead Sea drawdown and monsoonal influences in the Levant during the last interglacial, Torfstein, A.; Goldstein, S.L.; Stein, M.; Kushnir, Y.; Enzel, Y.; Haug, G. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 412 p.: 235-244 (2015)
A comparison of detrital U-Pb zircon, 40Ar/39Ar hornblende, and 40Ar/39Ar biotite ages in marine sediments off East Antarctica: implications for the geology of subglacial terrains and provenance studies, Pierce, E.L.; Hemming, S.R.; Williams, T.W.; van de Flierdt, T.; Brachfeld, S.A.; Gehrels, G.; Goldstein, S.L.; Reiners, P.W.; Thompson, S.N. Earth Science Reviews (2014)
Hafnium isotope evidence for slab melt contributions in the Central Mexican Volcanic Belt and implications for slab melting in hot and cold slab arcs, Cai, Y.; LaGatta, A.; Goldstein, S.L.; Langmuir, C.H.; Gómez-Tuena, A.; Martín-del Pozzo, A.-L.; Carrasco-Núñez, G. Chemical Geology, Volume: 377 p.: 45-55 (2014)
Biological response to millennial variability of dust supply in the Subantarctic South Atlantic Ocean, Anderson, R.F.; Barker, S.; Fleisher, M.; Gersonde R.; Goldstein, S.L.; Kuhn G.; Mortyn, P.G.; Pahnke, K.; Julian P. Sachs, J.P. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Lond. Ser. A., Volume: 372 (2014)
Meter-scale Nd isotopic heterogeneity in pyroxenite-bearing Ligurian peridotites encompasses global-scale upper mantle variability, Borghini, G.; Rampone, E.; Zanetti, A.; Class, C.; Cipriani, A.; Hofmann, A.W.; Goldstein, S.L. Geology, Volume: 41 p.: 1055-1058 (2013) 10.1130/g34438.1
Dust transport and synoptic conditions over the Sahara-Arabia deserts during the MIS6/5 and 2/1 transitions from physical, chemical and isotopic properties of Red Sea cores, Palchan, D.; Stein, M.; Almogi-Labin, A.; Erel, Y.; Goldstein, S.L. Earth and Planetary Science Letters , Volume: 382 p.: 125-129 (2013)
Rapid Changes in Meridional Advection of Southern Ocean Intermediate Waters to the Tropical Pacific During the last 30 kyr, Pena, L.D.; Goldstein, S.L.; Hemming, S.R.; Jones, K.M.; Calvo, E.; Pelejero, C.; Cacho, I. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 368 p.: 20-32 (2013)
An integrated multi-site U-Th chronology of last glacial Lake Lisan, Torfstein, A.; Goldstein, S.L.; Kagan, E.; Stein, M. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume: 104 p.: 210-231 (2013)
Li/Mg systematics in scleractinian corals: Calibration of the thermometer, Montagna, P.; McCulloch, M.; Douville, E.; Correa, M.L.; Trotter, J.; Rodolfo-Metalpa, R.; Dissard, D.; Ferrier-Pages, C.; Frank, N.; Freiwald, A.; Goldstein, S.; Mazzoli, C.; Reynaud, S.; Ruggeberg, A.; Russo, S.; Taviani, M. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume: 132 p.: 288-310 (2013)
Dust transport and synoptic conditions over the Sahara-Arabia deserts during the MIS6/5 and 2/1 transitions from physical, chemical and isotopic properties of Red Sea cores, Palchan, D.; Stein, M.; Almogi-Labin, A.; Erel, Y.; Goldstein, S.L. Earth and Planetary Science Letters , Volume: 382 p.: 125-129 (2013)
Inter-laboratory study for coral Sr/Ca and other element/Ca ratio measurements, Hathorne, E.C.; Gagnon, A.; Felis, T.; Adkins, J;, Ryuji, A.; Boer, W.; Caillon, N.; Case, D.; Cobb, K.; Douville, E.; deMenocal, P.; Eisenhauer, A.; Garbe-Schönberg, C.-D.; Geibert, W.; Goldstein, S.; Hughen, K.; Inoue, M.; Kawahata, H.; et al. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Volume: 14 p.: 3730-3750 (2013)
Radiocarbon reservoir ages as freshwater-brine monitors in Lake Lisan - Dead Sea system, Stein, M.; Lazar, B.; Goldstein, S.L. Radiocarbon, Volume: 55 p.: 1050-1057 (2013)
Rapid Changes in Meridional Advection of Southern Ocean Intermediate Waters to the Tropical Pacific During the last 30 kyr, Pena, L.D.; Goldstein, S.L.; Hemming, S.R.; Jones, K.M.; Calvo, E.; Pelejero, C.; Cacho, I. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 368 p.: 20-32 (2013)
Impacts of abrupt climate changes in the Levant from last glacial Dead Sea levels, Torfstein, A.; Goldstein, S.L.; Stein, M.; Enzel, Y. Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume: 69 p.: 1-7 (2013)
An integrated multi-site U-Th chronology of last glacial Lake Lisan, Torfstein, A.; Goldstein, S.L.; Kagan, E.; Stein, M. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume: 104 p.: 210-231 (2013)
GEOTRACES intercalibration of neodymium isotopes and rare earth element concentrations in seawater and suspended particles - Part 2: systematic tests and baseline profiles, Pahnke, K.; van De Flierdt, T.; Jones, K.M.; Lambelet, M.; Hemming, S.R.; Goldstein, S.L. Limnology and Oceanography - Methods, Volume: 10 p.: 253-269 (2012)
Sources and transport routes of fine detritus material to the Late Quaternary Dead Sea basin, Haliva-Cohen, A.; Stein, M.; Goldstein, S.L.; Sandler, A.; Starinsky, A. Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume: 49 p.: 1-16 (2012)
GEOTRACES intercalibration of neodymium isotopes and rare earth elements in seawater and marine particulates – Part 1: international intercomparison, van de Flierdt, T.; Pahnke, K.; Amakawa, H.; Andersson, P.; Basak, C.; Colin, C.; Crocket, K.; Frank, M.; Frank, N.; Goldstein, S.L.; Goswami, V.; Haley, B.A.; Hathorne, E.C.; Hemming, S.R.; Henderson, G.M.; Jeandel, C.; Jones, K.; Kreissig, K.; et al. Limnology and Oceanography-Methods, Volume: 10 p.: 234-251 (2012)
Preboreal onset of cold-water coral growth beyond the Arctic Circle revealed by coupled radiocarbon and U-series dating and neodymium isotopes, López Correa, M.; Montagna, P.; Joseph, N.; Rüggeberg, A.; Fietzke, J.; Dorschel, B.; Goldstein, S.L.; Wheeler, A.; Freiwald, A. Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume: 34 p.: 24-43 (2012)
Enriched basalts at segment Centers: the Lucky Strike (37º 17' N) and Menez Gwen (37º 50' N) segments of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Gale, A.; Escrig, S.; Gier, E.J.; Langmuir, C.H.; Goldstein, S.L. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Volume: 12 p.: Q06016 (2012)
Characterizing the sediment provenance of East Antarctica's weak underbelly: The Aurora and Wilkes sub-glacial basins, Pierce, Pierce, E.L.; Williams T.; van de Flierdt, T.; Hemming, S.R.; Goldstein, S.L.; Brachfeld, S.A. Paleoceanography, Volume: 26, Issue: PA4217 p.: 10.1029/2011PA002127 (2011)
Enriched basalts at segment Centers: the Lucky Strike (37º 17' N) and Menez Gwen (37º 50' N) segments of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Gale, A.; Escrig, S.; Gier, E.J.; Langmuir, C.H.; Goldstein, S.L. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Volume: 12 p.: Q06016 (2011)
Crystal growth during dike injection of MOR basaltic melts: evidence from preservation of local Sr equilibria in plagioclase, Zellmer, G.F.; Rubin, K.H.; Dulski, P.; Lizuka, Y.; Goldstein, S. L.; Perfit, M.R. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, Volume: 161 p.: 153-173 (2011)
Magmatic Diversity of western Mexico as a function of metamorphic transformations in the subducted oceanic plates, Gómez-Tuena; A., Mori, L.; Goldstein, S.L.; Pérez-Arvizu, O. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume: 75 p.: 213-241 (2011)
Slab and mantle controls on the Sr-Nd-Pb-Hf isotope evolution of the post-42 Myr Izu Bonin volcanic arc, Straub, S M; Goldstein, S L; Class, C; Schmidt, A; Gomez-Tuena, A Journal of Petrology (2010)
Evidence for iceberg armadas from East Antarctica in the Southern Ocean during the late Miocene and early Pliocene, Williams, T; van de Flierdt, T; Hemming, SR; Chung, E; Roy, M; Goldstein, SL Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 290 p.: 351-361 (2010)
Lithium isotopes in Guatamalan and Franciscan HP-LT rocks: insights into the role of sediment-derived fluids during subduction, Simons, K.K.; Harlow, G.E.; Brueckner, H.K.; Goldstein, S.L.; Sorensen, S.S.; Hemming, N.G.; Langmuir, C.H. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Volume: 74 p.: 3621-3641 (2010)
Contrasting compositions of Saharan dust in the eastern Atlantic Ocean during the last deglaciation and African Humid Period, Cole, J. M.; Goldstein, S. L.; deMenocal, P. B.; Hemming, S. R.; Grousset, F. E. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 278, Issue: 3-4 p.: 257-266 (2009) doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2008.12.011
Mid-ocean-ridge basalt of Indian type in the northwest Pacific Ocean basin, Straub, S. M.; Goldstein, S. L.; Class, C.; Schmidt, A. Nature Geoscience Apr, Volume: 2, Issue: 4 p.: 286-289 (2009) Doi 10.1038/Ngeo471
Comprehensive refertilization of lithospheric mantle beneath the North China Craton: further Os-Sr-Nd isotopic constraints, Zhang, H.F.; Goldstein, S.L.; Zhou, X.H.; Sun, M.; Cai, Y. Journal of the Geological Society 03/2009, Volume: 166 p.: 11 (2009)
Osmium isotopes in Grande Comore lavas: constraints on EM-type mantle components, Class, C; Goldstein, S L; Shirey, S B Earth and Planetary Letters, Volume: 284 p.: 219-227 (2009)
Use of strontium isotopes in detrital sediments to constrain the glacial position of the Agulhas Retroflection, Franzese, A. M.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L. Paleoceanography, Volume: 24 (2009) 10.1029/2008PA001706
Lithospheric removal as a trigger for flood basalt magmatism in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, Mori, L.; Gómez-Tuena, A.; Schaaf, P.; Goldstein, S.L.; Pérez-Arvizu, O.; Solís-Pichardo, G. Journal of Petrology, Volume: 50 p.: 2157-2186 (2009)
Mantle source variations beneath the Eastern Lau Spreading Center and the nature of subduction components in the Lau basin-Tonga arc system, Escrig, S.; Bézos, A.; Goldstein, S.L.; Langmuir, C.H.; Michael, P.J. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Volume: 10 p.: Q04014 (2009)
Evolution of subcontinental lithospheric mantle beneath eastern China: Re-Os isotopic evidence from mantle xenoliths in Paleozoic kimberlites and Mesozoic basalts, Zhang, H. F.; Goldstein, S. L.; Zhou, X. H.; Sun, M.; Zheng, J. P.; Cai, Y. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology Mar, Volume: 155, Issue: 3 p.: 271-293 (2008) DOI 10.1007/s00410-007-0241-5
Origin of a 'Southern Hemisphere' geochemical signature in the Arctic upper mantle, Goldstein, S. L.; Soffer, G.; Langmuir, C. H.; Lehnert, K. A.; Graham, D. W.; Michael, P. J. Nature May 1, Volume: 453, Issue: 7191 p.: 89-U5 (2008) Doi 10.1038/Nature06919
Modeling the marine nd isotope variability with an offline ocean general circulation model, Jones, K. M.; Khatiwala, S.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemming, S. R.; van de Flierdt, T. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Jul, Volume: 72, Issue: 12 p.: A439-A439 (2008)
Abrupt changes in Antarctic Intermediate Water circulation over the past 25,000 years, Pahnke, K; Goldstein, S.L.; Hemming, S.R. Nature Geoscience, Volume: 1 p.: 870-874 (2008)
Towards explaining the Nd paradox using reversible scavenging in an ocean general circulation model, Siddall, M.; Khatiwala, S.; van de Flierdt, T.; Jones, K.; Goldstein, S.L.; Hemming, S.R.; Anderson, R.F. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 274 p.: 448-461 (2008)
A Pan-African Origin of the Gamburtsev Subglacial Mountains, Antarctica, van de Flierdt, T.; Hemming, S.R.; Goldstein, S.L.; Gehrels, G.E.; Cox, S.E. Geophysical Research Letters, Volume: 35 p.: L21303 (2008)
Ar-40/Ar-39 ages of hornblende grains and bulk Sm/Nd isotopes of circum-Antarctic glacio-marine sediments: Implications for sediment provenance in the Southern Ocean, Roy, M.; van de Flierdt, T. V.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L. Chemical Geology Oct 15, Volume: 244, Issue: 3-4 p.: 507-519 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2007.07.017
Effects of prolonged flat subduction on the Miocene magmatic record of the central Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, Mori, L.; Gomez-Tuena, A.; Cai, Y.; Goldstein, S. L. Chemical Geology Oct 15, Volume: 244, Issue: 3-4 p.: 452-473 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2007.07.002
Geochemical evidence for slab melting in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, Gomez-Tuena, A.; Langmuir, C. H.; Goldstein, S. L.; Straub, S. M.; Ortega-Gutierrez, F. Journal of Petrology Mar, Volume: 48, Issue: 3 p.: 537-562 (2007) DOI 10.1093/petrology/egl071
Global neodymium hafnium isotope systematics - Revisited, Van De Flierdt, T.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemming, S. R.; Frank, M.; Halliday, A. N. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Aug, Volume: 71, Issue: 15 p.: A1053-A1053 (2007)
Global neodymium-hafnium isotope systematics - revisited, van de Flierdt, T.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemming, S. R.; Roy, M.; Frank, M.; Halliday, A. N. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Jul 30, Volume: 259, Issue: 3-4 p.: 432-441 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2007.05.003
Late Quaternary changes in desert dust inputs to the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden from Sr-87/Sr-86 ratios in deep-sea cores, Stein, M.; Almogi-Labin, A.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemleben, C.; Starinsky, A. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Sep 15, Volume: 261, Issue: 1-2 p.: 104-119 (2007) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2007.06.008
Strontium isotope tracing of terrigenous sediment dispersal in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current: Implications for constraining frontal positions, Hemming, S. R.; van de Flierdt, T.; Goldstein, S. L.; Franzese, A. M.; Roy, M.; Gastineau, G.; Landrot, G. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems Jun 13, Volume: 8 p.: - (2007) Doi 10.1029/2006gc001441
The co-evolution of Black Sea level and composition through the last deglaciation and its paleoclimatic significance, Major, C. O.; Goldstein, S. L.; Ryan, W. B. F.; Lericolais, G.; Piotrowski, A. M.; Hajdas, I. Quaternary Science Reviews Sep, Volume: 25, Issue: 17-18 p.: 2031-2047 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2006.01.032
Radiogenic isotope fingerprint of Wilkes Land - Adelie Coast Bottom Water in the circum-Antarctic Ocean, van de Flierdt, T.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L.; Abouchami, W. Geophysical Research Letters Jun 24, Volume: 33, Issue: 12 p.: - (2006) Doi 10.1029/2006gl026020
The radiogenic isotope fingerprint of Wilkes Land-Adelie Coast Bottom Water in the Circum-Antarctic Ocean, van de Flierdt, T.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L.; Abouchami, W. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Aug-Sep, Volume: 70, Issue: 18 p.: A665-A665 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.gca.2006.06.1243
A radiometric calibration of the SPECMAP timescale, Thompson, W. G.; Goldstein, S. L. Quaternary Science Reviews Dec, Volume: 25, Issue: 23-24 p.: 3207-3215 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2006.02.007
Reduced Agulhas Leakage during the Last Glacial Maximum inferred from an integrated provenance and flux study, Franzese, A. M.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L.; Anderson, R. F. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Oct 15, Volume: 250, Issue: 1-2 p.: 72-88 (2006) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2006.07.002
Temporal stability of the neodymium isotope signature of the Holocene to glacial North Atlantic, van de Flierdt, T.; Robinson, L. F.; Adkins, J. F.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L. Paleoceanography Nov 25, Volume: 21, Issue: 4 p.: - (2006) Doi 10.1029/2006pa001294
Evolution of helium isotopes in the Earth's mantle, Class, C.; Goldstein, S. L. Nature Aug 25, Volume: 436, Issue: 7054 p.: 1107-1112 (2005) Doi 10.1038/Nature03930
Grand Comore Island: A well-constrained "low He-3/He-4" mantle plume, Class, C.; Goldstein, S. L.; Stute, M.; Kurz, M. D.; Schlosser, P. Earth and Planetary Science Letters May 15, Volume: 233, Issue: 3-4 p.: 391-409 (2005) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2005.02.029
Open-system coral ages reveal persistent suborbital sea-level cycles, Thompson, W. G.; Goldstein, S. L. Science Apr 15, Volume: 308, Issue: 5720 p.: 401-404 (2005) DOI 10.1126/science.1104035
Sr isotope evidence for sources of terrigenous sediment in the southeast Atlantic Ocean: Is there increased available Fe for enhanced glacial productivity?, Rutberg, R. L.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemming, S. R.; Anderson, R. F. Paleoceanography Mar 30, Volume: 20, Issue: 1 p.: - (2005) Doi 10.1029/2003pa000999
Temporal relationships of carbon cycling and ocean circulation at glacial boundaries, Piotrowski, A. M.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemming, S. R.; Fairbanks, R. G. Science Mar 25, Volume: 307, Issue: 5717 p.: 1933-1938 (2005) DOI 10.1126/science.1104883
Intensification and variability of ocean thermohaline circulation through the last deglaciation, Piotrowski, A. M.; Goldstein, S. L.; Hemming, S. R.; Fairbanks, R. G. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Aug 30, Volume: 225, Issue: 1-2 p.: 205-220 (2004) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2004.06.002
Origin of enriched ocean ridge basalts and implications for mantle dynamics, Donnelly, K. E.; Goldstein, S. L.; Langmuir, C. H.; Spiegelman, M. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Oct 15, Volume: 226, Issue: 3-4 p.: 347-366 (2004) DOI 10.1016/j.epsl.2004.07.019
U-Th dating of Lake Lisan (late Pleistocene Dead Sea) aragonite and implications for glacial East Mediterranean climate change, Haase-Schramm, A.; Goldstein, S. L.; Stein, M. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta Mar, Volume: 68, Issue: 5 p.: 985-1005 (2004)
Catastrophic arid episodes in the Eastern Mediterranean linked with the North Atlantic Heinrich events, Bartov, Y.; Goldstein, S. L.; Stein, M.; Enzel, Y. Geology May, Volume: 31, Issue: 5 p.: 439-442 (2003)
Catastrophic flooding of the Black Sea, Ryan, W. B. F.; Major, C. O.; Lericolais, G.; Goldstein, S. L. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Volume: 31 p.: 525-554 (2003) DOI 10.1146/annurev.earth.31.100901.141249
Magmatic and amagmatic seafloor generation at the ultraslow-spreading Gakkel ridge, Arctic Ocean, Michael, P. J.; Langmuir, C. H.; Dick, H. J. B.; Snow, J. E.; Goldstein, S. L.; Graham, D. W.; Lehnert, K.; Kurras, G.; Jokat, W.; Muhe, R.; Edmonds, H. N. Nature Jun 26, Volume: 423, Issue: 6943 p.: 956-U1 (2003) Doi 10.1038/Nature01704
An open-system model for U-series age determinations of fossil corals, Thompson, W. G.; Spiegelman, M. W.; Goldstein, S. L.; Speed, R. C. Earth and Planetary Science Letters May 15, Volume: 210, Issue: 1-2 p.: 365-381 (2003) Doi 10.1016/S0012-821x(03)00121-3
Temporal control of subduction magmatism in the eastern Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt: Mantle sources, slab contributions, and crustal contamination, Gomez-Tuena, A.; LaGatta, A. B.; Langmuir, C. H.; Goldstein, S. L.; Ortega-Gutierrez, F.; Carrasco-Nunez, G. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems Aug 9, Volume: 4 p.: - (2003) Doi 10.1029/2003gc000524
Standards for publication of isotope ratio and chemical data in Chemical Geology, Goldstein, S. L.; Deines, P.; Oelkers, E. H.; Rudnick, R. L.; Walter, L. M. Chemical Geology Dec 15, Volume: 202, Issue: 1-2 p.: 1-4 (2003) DOI 10.1016/j.chemgo.2003.08.003
Long-lived isotopic tracers in oceanography, paleoceanography, and ice-sheet dynamics, Goldstein, SL; Hemming, S. The Oceans and Marine Geochemistry, Volume: 6 p.: 453-489 (2003) 10.1016/BO-08-043751-6/06179-X
The control of lithium budgets in island arcs, Tomascak, P. B.; Widom, E.; Benton, L. D.; Goldstein, S. L.; Ryan, J. G. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Mar 15, Volume: 196, Issue: 3-4 p.: 227-238 (2002) Pii S0012-821x(01)00614-8
Sulfur and strontium isotope composition of the Llobregat River (NE Spain): Tracers of natural and anthropogenic chemicals in stream waters, Soler, A.; Canals, A.; Goldstein, S. L.; Otero, N.; Antich, N.; Spangenberg, J. Water Air and Soil Pollution May, Volume: 136, Issue: 1-4 p.: 207-224 (2002)
Calibration of the C-14 time scale to > 40 ka by U-234-Th-230 dating of Lake Lisan sediments (last glacial Dead Sea), Schramm, A.; Stein, M.; Goldstein, S. L. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Jan 30, Volume: 175, Issue: 1-2 p.: 27-40 (2000)
Composition and processes of the mantle lithosphere in northeastern Brazil and Fernando de Noronha: evidence from mantle xenoliths, Rivalenti, G.; Mazzucchelli, M.; Girardi, V. A. V.; Vannucci, R.; Barbieri, M. A.; Zanetti, A.; Goldstein, S. L. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology Apr, Volume: 138, Issue: 4 p.: 308-325 (2000)
Radiocarbon calibration beyond the dendrochronology range, Stein, M.; Goldstein, S. L.; Schramm, A. Radiocarbon, Volume: 42, Issue: 3 p.: 415-422 (2000)
Reconstructing low levels of Lake Lisan by correlating fan-delta and lacustrine deposits, Machlus, M.; Enzel, Y.; Goldstein, S. L.; Marco, S.; Stein, M. Quaternary International, Volume: 73-4 p.: 137-144 (2000)
Reduced North Atlantic Deep Water flux to the glacial Southern Ocean inferred from neodymium isotope ratios, Rutberg, R. L.; Hemming, S. R.; Goldstein, S. L. Nature Jun 22, Volume: 405, Issue: 6789 p.: 935-938 (2000)
Distinguishing melt and fluid subduction components in Umnak volcanics, Aleutian Arc, Class, C.; Miller, D. M.; Goldstein, S. L.; Langmuir, C. H. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Volume: 1, Issue: 6 (2000) 10.1029/1999GC000010
The process of plume-lithosphere interactions in the ocean basins - the case of Grande Comore, Class, C.; Goldstein, S. L.; Altherr, R.; Bachelery, P. Journal of Petrology May, Volume: 39, Issue: 5 p.: 881-903 (1998)
Plume-lithosphere interactions in the ocean basins: constraints from the source mineralogy, Class, C.; Goldstein, S. L. Earth and Planetary Science Letters Aug, Volume: 150, Issue: 3-4 p.: 245-260 (1997)
Temporal evolution of the Kerguelen plume: Geochemical evidence from approximate to 38 to 82 Ma lavas forming the Ninetyeast ridge - Discussion, Class, C.; Goldstein, S. L.; Galer, S. J. G. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology Jun, Volume: 124, Issue: 1 p.: 98-103 (1996)
Cerium Lead and Lead-Isotope Ratios in Arc Magmas and the Enrichment of Lead in the Continents, Miller, D. M.; Goldstein, S. L.; Langmuir, C. H. Nature Apr 7, Volume: 368, Issue: 6471 p.: 514-520 (1994)
The Importance of Parental Magma Composition to Calc-Alkaline and Tholeiitic Evolution - Evidence from Umnak Island in the Aleutians, Miller, D. M.; Langmuir, C. H.; Goldstein, S. L.; Franks, A. L. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth Jan 10, Volume: 97, Issue: B1 p.: 321-343 (1992)
A Sm-Nd Isotopic Study of Atmospheric Dusts and Particulates from Major River Systems, Goldstein, S. L.; Onions, R. K.; Hamilton, P. J. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Volume: 70, Issue: 2 p.: 221-236 (1984)
Nd and Sr Isotopic Study of a Mafic Layer from Ronda Ultramafic Complex, Zindler, A.; Staudigel, H.; Hart, S. R.; Endres, R.; Goldstein, S. Nature, Volume: 304, Issue: 5923 p.: 226-230 (1983)
Nd, Sr and Pb Isotopic Systematics in a 3-Component Mantle - a New Perspective, Zindler, A.; Jagoutz, E.; Goldstein, S. Nature, Volume: 298, Issue: 5874 p.: 519-523 (1982)
Nd and Sr Isotopic Relationships in Pelagic Clays and Ferromanganese Deposits, Goldstein, S. L.; Onions, R. K. Nature, Volume: 292, Issue: 5821 p.: 324-327 (1981)

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