Marine and Coastal Geology

Faculty:

Dr. Peter N. Adams — Quantitative geomorphology, coastal processes, real-time instrumentation and modeling of surface processes. adamsp@ufl.edu

Dr. Thomas S. Bianchi — Biogeochemistry and processing of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in coastal, oceanic, estuarine, and riverine environments.

Dr. Mark Brenner — Limnology and Paleolimnology with special interests in tropical and subtropical lakes, and watersheds.

Dr. Andrea Dutton — Carbonate geochemistry, sedimentology, paleoclimate, and paleoceanography.

Dr. John M. Jaeger — Coastal and marine sedimentology, glacial sedimentary processes, and continental margin stratigraphy.

Dr. Ellen E. Martin — Paleoceanography, paleoclimatology, and radiogenic isotope geochemistry.

Dr. Jonathan B. Martin — Physical and chemical hydogeology of carbonate aquifers, sea level change and impact to coastal aquifers, and weathering of Greenland and marine records of glacial retreat.

Dr. Michael R. Perfit — Petrogenesis of mid-ocean ridge basalts (MORB), island arc lavas, and plutons.

Dr. Elizabeth J. Screaton — Groundwater flow in geologic processes, exchange of surface and groundwater in karst aquifer systems, and interactions between water flow and deformation in subduction zone sediments.

Dr. Andrew Zimmerman — Biogeochemistry, organic matter in marine coastal, estuarine, and riverine environments.

 

Featured Research: 

GrAINFluxes – Greenland Atmospheric Isotopic and Nutrient Fluxes: https://grainfluxes.geology.ufl.edu/