Huixian Chen: 

 

Research Interests

I am interested in quaternary environmental change, especially in sea level changes along the coast of southeastern China. I do the research primarily with foraminiferal and organic geochemical indicators. I’d like to learn a quantitative method about forams to get more precise results of sea level changes. What’s more, I’d like to contrast it with the sea-level changes along the U.S. Atlantic coast.

 

Curriculum vitae 

 

 

Publications   

  •  Chen Huixian, Luo Meimei, Wang Jianhua,et al, 2014. Sedimentary characteristics and depositional environmental evolution of quaternary in Jiulong River Estuary[J]. Journal of Palaeogeography. 16(2): 263-273.  (Chinese)
  • Waxilali, Wang Jianhua, Zheng Yanwei, Luo Meimei, Chen Huixian, 2014 .Pollen characteristics and their paleoclimatic significance since MIS4 in Xiamen Bay and Jiulong River Estuary [J]. Journal of Sun Yat-sen University. 53(6):53-62. (Chinese)

Contact info

PhD Student
Sea Level Research
Department of Marine and Coastal Science
Rutgers University
71 Dudley Road
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901
Tel: (848) 932-3411
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Isabel Hong:

Research Interests

I am interested in how geological processes (i.e., earthquakes and tsunamis) affect long-term coastal landscape evolution. Primarily, I aim to reconstruct the paleoseismic history of an area by studying the stratigraphy preserved in estuarine environments and utilizing diatoms as a proxy for land-level change.

Curriculum vitae 

Publications   

  • Hong, I., Ely, L.L., Horton, B.P., Nelson, A.R., Cisternas, M., Dura, T., Nikitina, D., Wesson, R.L., in prep. A 600-yr long stratigraphic record of tsunamis in south-central Chile.

Contact info

PhD Student
Sea Level Research
Department of Marine and Coastal Science
Rutgers University
71 Dudley Road
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901
Tel: (848) 932-3411
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Jennifer Walker:

Research Interests

My research focuses on the reconstruction of Holocene sea level changes along the U.S. Atlantic coast using forams and sedimentary indicators. The goal of this research is to improve understanding of past sea level to better predict how sea level rise into the future will affect coastal systems and coastal communities.

Curriculum vitae 

Publications   

  • Khan, N.S., Ashe, E., Shaw, T., Vacchi, M.,Walker, J. , Peltier, W.R., Kopp, R.E., Horton, B.P. (2015). Holocene relative sea-level changes from near-, intermediate-, and far-field locations. Current Climate Change Reports, 1(4), 247-262.

Contact info

PhD Student
Sea Level Research
Department of Marine and Coastal Science
Rutgers University
71 Dudley Road
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901
Tel: (848) 932-3412
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Tiffany Otai:

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Research Interests

I'm an undergraduate lab assistant studying Marine Geology hoping to pursue a graduate degree in the future. I currently  help out with field work and prepare samples for analysis.

Contact info

Undergraduate
Sea Level Research
Department of Marine and Coastal Science
Rutgers University
71 Dudley Road
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901
Tel: (848) 932-3411
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Bradley Ramirez:

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Research Interests

I’m an undergraduate lab assistant studying Chemistry and I currently prepare samples for analysis in the lab.

Contact info

Undergraduate
Sea Level Research
Department of Marine and Coastal Science
Rutgers University
71 Dudley Road
New Brunswick, NJ, 08901
Tel: (848) 932-3411
br333@scarletmail.rutgers.edu