Past Schlanger Fellows

Richard Berg

University of Washington

 

Quantifying Global Rates of Magnesium Uptake into Marine Sediments

Robert Poirier

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

 

Assessing Millennial-Scale Variability in the Densest Limb of Meridional Overturning Circulation During the Prism Timeslice

Philip Staudigel

University of Miami

 

The Application of Clumped Isotopes in Studying the Post-Depositional Alternation of Marine Carbonates

Jody Wycech

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Evaluating the Impact of Central American Seaway Closure on Pliocene Walker Circulation

Laura Zinke

University of Southern California 

 

Active Microbial Carbon Cycling in Baltic Sea Basin Sediments

Xingchen Wang

Princeton University

 

Exploring the Late Pleistocene Marine Nitrogen Cycle in the South Pacific using Nitrogen Isotopes from Fossil Corals from Tahiti

Justine Sauvage

University of Rhode Island

 

Global Estimate of Radiolytic Hydrogren Production in Subseafloor Sediment: Importance of Nuclear-Fueled Life in the Deep Seafloor?

Dalton Hardisty

University of California – Riverside

 

A Holocene Record of Temporal and Spatial Variability in Oxygen Deficiency in the Baltic Sea

Alan Foreman

University of California – San Diego

 

Evolution of Deep Ocean Temperature Across the Mid-Pleistocene in a South Atlantic Depth Transect

Michelle Drake

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

A Record of Ice-Rafting in the Bering Sea 1.3-1.6 Ma: Exploring the Influence of Obliquity and Precession on Ice-Sheet Behavior

Hannah Liddy

University of Southern California

 

Pliocene Northeast African Vegetation Change: Implications for Hominin Evolution and Climate During a Mild Greenhouse

Elizabeth Trembath-Reichert

California Institute of Technology

 

Characterizing Microbial Transformations of Carbon and Nitrogen in Reducing Subseafloor Coal and Shale Environments

Susan Schnur

Oregon State University

 

A Synthesis of the Volcanostratigraphy and Porosity of Pacific Intra-plate Seamounts

Hannah Rabinowitz

Columbia University

 

Determining the Frictional Temperature Rise During the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake

WeiLi Hong

Oregon State University

 

Constraining the Environmental Forcing of Methane Flux Along the Cascadia Margin

Yi Ge Zhang

Yale University

 

Late Miocene–Pliocene Evolution of the Pacific Warm Pool and Cold Tongue: Implications for El Niño

Tasha Snow

University of South Florida

 

Early Circum-Arctic Glacial Decay During Major Deglaciations of the Past 500 kyr

Karla Knudson

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Abrupt Changes in Oxygen Recorded in New Laminated Sediments from the Bering Sea (1.2-0 Ma)

Joseph Russell

University of Delaware

 

Genomic Analyses of Microbial Cultivations in Unexplored Sub-seafloor Ridge Flank and Continental Margin Environments

Laurel Childress

Northwestern University

 

Tracking Multicycle Carbon in Active Margin Environments

Huapei Wang

Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey

 

Paleomagnetic Inclination Flattening Corrections of IODP/ODP/DSDP Cores by Comparing Inclination Distributions to the TK03.GAD Model: Implications for Paleo-latitudes and Plate Tectonics

Amanda Oehlert

University of Miami

 

Decoupling of Organic and Inorganic δ13C Records in Periplatform Sediments: A global phenomenon

Fabian Batista

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Nitrogen Dynamics of the Western Pacific from the Warm Pliocene and into the Ice Ages

Tali Babila

Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey

 

Assessing the Phase Relationship of Temperature and pCO2 during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum

Julia Schneider

University of Texas at Austin

 

Resedimentation of Nankai Mudstones to Illuminate Lithologic Control on Permeability and Compressibility

Sean Jungbluth

University of Hawaii at Manoa

 

Application of Environmental Genomics to Understanding the Potential Impact of Microorganisms on the Biogeochemistry of the Sediment-Covered Oceanic Basement

Young Ji Joo

Northwestern University

 

Relative Roles of Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Sulfur During Cretaceous Oceanic Anoxic Events’s

Gretchen Gehrke

University of Michigan

 

Mercury Deposition and Cycling During the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: An Investigation Using Mercury Stable Isotopes

Kelsey Dyck

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Western Pacific Warm Pool Sensitivity to Climate Change

Stella Woodard

Texas A&M University

 

Early Paleogene Eolian Dust in the Pacific Ocean: Is There a Connection Between Dust Flux and Orbitally Paced Lithologic Cycles?

Leah Schneider

Pennsylvania State University

 

The Influence of Nannoplankton and the Oceanic Biological Pump on Eocene Climate Change

Francois Paquay

University of Hawaii at Manoa

 

Marine Osmium and Molybdenum Isotopes as Proxies for the Late Paleocence-Early Eocene Arctic Ventilation and Paleo-Redox Changes

Matthew Knuth

University of Wisconsin – Madison

 

Dynamic Velocity Under Stress During Shear: A New Technique Using P and S-Waves to Study the Frictional Mechanics of the Upper Nankai Trough Accretionary Prism

Heather Ford

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Investigating ENSO Variability Over the Past 5 Million Years

Robert Viesca

Harvard University

 

Fundamental Modeling of the Initiation and Propagation of Submarine Sediment Failure

Haojia (Abby) Ren

Princeton University

 

Study of Ocean Nitrate δ15N Changes over Glacial Cycles at ODP Site 999 Using Foraminifera Bound Nitrogen

Srinath Krishnan

Yale University

 

Investigation of the Global Hydrological Cycle During Greenhouse-Gas Induced Warming

Greg Horn

University of Southern California

 

Encouraging Life in the Slow Lane: Development of Solid-Substrate Coninuous Culture Techniques for the Enrichment of Deep-Biosphere Organisms

Andrea Erhardt

Stanford University

 

Using Molybdenum Isotopes and Concentrations in Marine Barite to Document Changes in Ocean Anoxia

Masako Tominaga

Texas A&M University

 

Determination of Volcanostratigraphy of ODP/IODP Hole 1256D: Core-log Integration of Oceanic Crust Formed at a Superfast Spreading Rate

Sindia Sosdian

Rutgers University

 

The Mid-Pleistocene Transition: Deep Sea Temperature and Global Ice Volume from Mg/Ca and δ18O in Benthic Foraminifera

Heather Schrum

University of Rhode Island

 

Quantification of Low Rates of Metabolic Activity in the Deep Subseafloor Using Sulfate Oxygen Isotopic Compositions

Daniel Murphy

Texas A&M University

 

North Pacific Intermediate Water Circulation Over the Last 60 kyr: Southern California Margin

Benjamin Harrison

California Institute of Technology

 

Novel Methods for Characterizing Microbe Mineral Colonization Patterns in Deep Subsurface Marine Sediments

Heather McCarren

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Depth Dependent Variations in Deep Water Chemistry & Temperature Across the P/E Boundary

Sam VanLaningham

Oregon State University

 

Documenting the Source of the Meiji Toungue Over the Last 200,000 Years: Implications for Deep Water Dynamics in the North Pacific

Patrick Rafter

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

 

Tropical Pacific Nutrient Dynamics Over the Past 1 Million Years: Mechanistic Insight to the Origin of the 100 Kyr Climate Cycle

Micah Nicolo

Rice University

 

Eolian Grain-Size Records Across the Paleocene-Eocene Transition: Constraints on Atmospheric Circulation During Global Climate Change

Mark Lever

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Community Composition, Metabolism and Activity of Methanogens at Two Ocean Drilling Program Sites

Hiroko Kitajima

Texas A&M University

 

Sediment Consolidation State and Fluid Flow Properties of Nankai Trough and Cascadia Margin Accretionary Zones

Paul Craddock

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 

Using New In Situ Laser-Ablation ICP-MS Techniques to Examine Geochemical Heterogeneity Within Hydrothermal Vent Deposits

Alexandra Abrajevitch

University of Michigan

 

Rock Magnetic Record of the Asian Monsoon Preserved in Bengal Fan Sediment: A New Look at an Old Problem

Heather McCarren

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Depth Dependent Variations in Deep Water Chemistry & Temperature Across the P/E Boundary

Samuel Hulme

University of Hawaii at Manoa

 

Lateral and Vertical Biogeochemical Fluxes in a Juan de Fuca Ridge Flank Hydrothermal Reservoir: Minor and Trace Element Systematics

Graham Baines

University of Wyoming

 

Thermal and Tectonic Evolution of Lower Oceanic Crust at an Ultra-Slow Spreading Ridge

Xiaoli Liu

Pennsylvania State University

 

Multiphase Flow Modeling of Gas Hydrate systems at Hydrate Ridge and Blake Ridge

Jennifer Biddle

Pennsylvania State University

 

Exploration of Subsurface Microorganisms: FISH-SIMS and Cultivation Studies of Sediment Gathered on ODP Leg 201

Sharon Hoffman

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 

Pa/Th and Stable Isotopic Records of Deep Water Circulation During the Last Interglacial

Alexandra Turchyn

Harvard University

 

Oxygen Isotopes in Marine Sulfate Over the Cenozoic

Ivan Savov

University of South Florida

 

The Role of Forearc in Subduction Zone Chemical Cycles: Elemental and Light Isotope Signatures for Serpentinites from South Chamorro and Conical Seamount

Stephanie Healey

University of South Carolina

 

A 500,000 Year Record of Deep Sea Temperature and Ice Volume Based on Benthic Foraminiferal Mg/Ca and d18O

Matthew O’Regan

University of Rhode Island

 

Lateral Fluid Flow in the Nankai Trough Study Area

Joshua Feinberg

University of California – Berkeley

 

Magnetization of Seafloor Gabbros: Characterization of Crystallographically Oriented Magnetite Inclusions

Kristina Dahl

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 

Holocene Reconstruction of the Summer and Winter South Asian Monsoon

Anna Cipriani

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory

 

Space/Time Mantle Heterogeneity Below the Mid Atlantic Ridge: an Isotopic Study of Peridotites and Gabbros Drilled during Leg 209

Kristen Averyt

Stanford University

 

Marine Barite as a Monitor of Seawater Sr/Ca Ratios

Matthew Schmidt

University of California – Davis

 

Temperature and Hydrological Changes in the Western Caribbean and the Tropical Pacific During the Last 750 kyr

Matthew Makowski

MIT/WHOI Joint Program

 

Characteristics of Aeolian Organic Matter in a Terrestrial-to-Marine Depositional Transect and Impliations for Millennial-Scale Tropical Climate Change

Michael Hutnak

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

The Thermal and Hydrothermal State of Subducting Lithosphere: Costa Rica Margin” ODP Leg 205

Heather Benway

Oregon State University

 

Reconstructing Pycnocline Intensity in the Gulf of Panama to Monitor Low-Latitude Response to Neogene Closure of the Panama Isthmus

Lorraine Lisiecki

Brown University

 

Faster and More Accurate Construction of Composite Depth Sections Using Dynamic Programming

Nicholas Drenzek

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

 

Spatial and Temporal Variations in the Mixed Layer Radiocarbon Reservoir Age Through the Last Glacial Maximum

Matthew Schmidt

University of California – Davis

 

Temperature and Hydrological Changes in the Western Caribbean and the Tropical Pacific During the Last 750 kyr

Cara Santelli

MIT/WHOI Joint Program

 

The Role of Microorganisms in Alteration of Basaltic Glass in Deep Oceanic Subsurface Environments

Maria Prokopenko

University of Southern California

 

Fractionation of Nitrogen Isotopes During Early Diagenesis in the Sediments of Peru Margin

Benjamin Cramer

Rutgers University

 

Evolution of a Warm Climate: Long-Term Paleoceanographic Trends and Short-Term Orbital Forcing of Climate in the Late Paleocene-Early Eocene

Jennifer Latimer

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

 

The Influence of Dust Inputs on Biogeochemical Cycles in the Southern Ocean

Aradhna Tripati

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Tropical Sea Surface Temperature Reconstruction for the Early Paleogene Using Mg/Ca Ratios of Planktonic Foraminifera

Joan Steurer

University of Missouri-Columbia

 

Composition, Intrinsic Shear Strength, Physical Properties, and Texture of Sediment at the Nankai Trough, Leg 190: An Integrated Approach

Thomas Werth

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

 

Hunting the Geomagnetic Field

Kevin Theissen

Stanford University

 

A Quaternary-Pliocene Foraminifera Stable Istope Record for Prydz Bay, Antarctica

Karen McClaughlin

Stanford University

 

d18O of Phosphate in Organic Matter from Marine Sediments: A Tracer for Paleoenvironmental Conditions

Robert Valentine

Washington University – St. Louis

 

Crustal Recycling at the Izu-Bonin-Mariana Convergent Margin: Constraints from B-, Li-, Be-, and Pb- Isotopes and Trace Element Systematics

Brandon Dugan

Pennsylvania State University

 

Sediment Loading, Lateral Fluid Flow, and Erosion of the Continental Slope in Offshore New Jersey

Michelle Shearer

Rice University

 

Quaternary Carbonate Preservation and Dissolution in the Caribbean Sea

Michael Wara

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Boron Isotopes in Foraminifera as Tracers of Ocean pH: ODP Site 803D

Deborah Thomas

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

Reconstruction of Latest Paleocene Thermal Maximum Deep-water Circulation from Neodymian Isotope Records

Peter Selkin

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

 

Magnetization and Remagnetization of Seafloor Extrusives: Paleointensity, CRM and VRM Experiments

Katherine McIntyre

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Early Pleistocene Climate Change: The 1.6 Ma Transition

Mark Pagani

Pennsylvania State University

 

The Carbon Cycle and its Relationship to Climatic Variability in the North Atlantic

Helen Perks

Scripps Institution of Oceanography

 

Oxygen Demand Analysis as a Tool for Measuring the Organic Matter Content in Carbonate-rich Sediments

Thomas Marchitto

MIT/WHOI Joint Program

 

Development and Application of Zinc as a Paleoceanographic Tracer

Stephen Schellenberg

University of Southern California

 

Geochemical and Faunal Analyses of Ddeep-ocean Ostracodes During Two Transient Climate Extrema of the Paleogene: A Test of Benthic Foram O-based Climate Reconstructions Using Ostracode Mg:Ca Ratios

Michael Helgerud

Stanford University

 

Experimental Measurement and Theoretical Modeling of the Physical Properties of Sediments Containing Gas Hydrate

Stefanie Brachfeld

University of Minnesota

 

Rock-magnetic and Paleomagnetic Techniques for the Examination, Correlation, and Dating of Holocene Paleoclimate Signals in Antarctic Glacial-marine Sediments

Daniel Sigman

MIT/WHOI Joint Program

 

Tracking the History of Nutrient Conditions in Southern Ocean Surface Waters Using the Nitrogen Isotopic Composition of Sediments and Sediment Fractions

Katharina Billups

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Reconstructing Pliocene Equatorial Atlantic Surface Water Hydrography

Mark Pagani

Pennsylvania State University

 

The Carbon Cycle and its Relationship to Climatic Variability in the North Atlantic

Philip Stauffer

University of California – Santa Cruz

 

Modeling Deformation and Dewatering in the Barbados Accretionary Complex: Implications for Proto-decollement Evolution

Roisin Lakings

Duke University

 

Paleomagnetic and Rock Magnetic Constraints on Large-Scale Normal Faults on the MAR: Gabbros and Serpentinites from ODP Leg 153

Daniel Sigman

MIT/WHOI Joint Program

 

Tracking the History of Nutrient Conditions in Southern Ocean Surface Waters Using the Nitrogen Isotopic Composition of Sediments and Sediment Fractions

Karin Bernet

University of Miami

 

The Record of Hierarchies of Sea Level Fluctuations in Cores, Logs, and Seismic Data Along the Great Bahama Bank Transect