P E O P L E

F A C U L T Y

  • Jessica Pilarczyk

    I am a geologist who studies how coastal environments have been altered by extreme events (earthquakes, storms, and tsunamis) and gradual environmental changes (sea level) over the Holocene. My research is global and includes active field sites in the Caribbean, Japan, New Zealand, Oman, the Philippines, Sumatra, and Vanuatu.

    The aim of my research is to understand how coastal systems have been altered by both extreme events (storms, tsunamis) and gradual environmental changes over the Holocene. My objective is to extend the short-term instrumental record, and through this improved understanding of impacts and processes, enhance our ability to forecast how coastal systems will respond in the future. Many of the best reconstructions of coastal systems have been derived from sedimentary and paleontological proxies. Primarily I use sedimentary, mollusk, and microfossil evidence to better understand the paleo-record in a variety of coastal systems (temperate, tropical, and arid environments). My current research interests fall into, but are not limited to, three broad themes.

    1) The application of microfossils in monitoring and reconstructing coastal environments and inland environments

    2) The role of earthquakes, storms and tsunamis on coastal evolution

    3) Human impact of coastal change

    • Peer-reviewed articles in journals (students supervised are underlined)
      • Kosciuch, T.J., Pilarczyk, J.E., Hong, I., Fritz, H.M., Horton, B.P., Rarai, A., Harrison, M.J., Jockley, F.R., in press. Foraminifera reveal a shallow nearshore origin for overwash sediments deposited by Tropical Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu (South Pacific). Marine Geology. [in press]
      • Hong, I., Pilarczyk, J.E., Horton, B.P., Fritz, H.M., Kosciuch, T.J., Wallace, D.J, Dike, C., Rarai, A., Harrison, M.J., Jockley, F.R., in press. Sedimentological characteristics of the 2015 Tropical Cyclone Pam overwash sediments from Vanuatu, South Pacific. Marine Geology. [in press]
      • Soria, J.L.A., Switzer, A.D., Pilarczyk, J.E., Tang, H., Weiss, R., Siringan, F., Manglicmot, M., Gallentes, A., Lau, A.Y., Lin, A.C.Y., Ling, T.K.W., in press. Typhoon Haiyan storm surge carried two distinct sediment assemblages on the carbonate coast of Hernani, Samar, central Philippines. Marine Geology.[in press]
      • Soria, J.L.A., Switzer, A.D., Pilarczyk, J.E., Siringan, F.P., Khan, N.S., Fritz, H.M., 2017. Typhoon Haiyan overwash sediments from Leyte Gulf coastlines show local variations with hybrid storm and tsunami signatures. Sedimentary Geology 358, 121-138. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Rubin, C.M., Horton, B.P., Sieh, K., Pilarczyk, J.E., Daly, P., Ismail, N., Parnell, A.C., 2017. Highly variable recurrence of tsunamis in the 7,400 years before the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Nature Communications 8, 16019. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Matsumoto, D., Sawai, Y., Yamada, M., Namegaya, Y., Shinozaki, T., Takeda, D., Fujino, S., Tanigawa, K., Nakamura, A., Pilarczyk, J.E., 2016. Erosion and sedimentation during the September 2015 flooding of the Kinu River, central Japan. Nature Scientific Reports 6, 34168. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Horton, B.P., Soria, J.L.A., Switzer, A.D., Siringan, F., Fritz, H.M., Khan, N.S., Ildefonso, S., Doctor, A.A., Garcia, M.L., 2016. Micropaleontology of the 2013 Typhoon Haiyan deposit from the Leyte Gulf, Philippines. Sedimentary Geology 339, 104-114. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Kelsey, H., Engelhart, S.E., Pilarczyk, J.E., Horton, B.P., Rubin, C.M., Daryono, M., Ismail, N., Hawkes, A.D., Bernhardt, C., Cahill, N., 2015. Accommodation space, relative sea level, and the archiving of paleo-earthquakes along subduction zones. Geology 43, 675-678. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Sieh, K., Daly, P., McKinnon, E.E., Pilarczyk, J.E., Chiang, H.-W., Horton, B.P., Rubin, C.M., Shen, C.-C., Ismail, N., Vane, C., 2015. Penultimate predecessors of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami in Aceh, Sumatra: stratigraphic, archaeological and historical evidence. Journal of Geophysical Research - Solid Earth 120, 308-325. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Dura, T., Cisternas, M., Horton, B.P., Ely, L.L., Wesson, R.L., Nelson, A.R., Pilarczyk, J.E., 2015. Coastal evidence of mid-Holocene earthquakes and tsunamis in central Chile. Quaternary Science Reviews 113, 93-111. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Dura, T., Horton, B.P., Engelhart, S.E., Kemp, A.C., Sawai, Y., 2014. Microfossils in coastal environments as indicators of paleo-earthquakes, tsunamis and storms. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 413, 144-157. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Goff, J., Mountjoy, J., Lamarche, G., Pelletier, B., Horton, B.P., 2014. Sediment transport trends from a tropical Pacific lagoon as indicated by Homotrema rubra taphonomy: Wallis Island, Polynesia. Marine Micropaleontology 109, 21-29.picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Brown, A., Reinhardt, E.G., van Hengstum, P.J., Pilarczyk, J.E., 2014. A coastal Yucatan sinkhole records intense hurricane events. Journal of Coastal Research 30(2), 418-428.picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Horton, B.P., Witter, R.C., Vane, C.H., Goff, J., Chagué-Goff, C., 2012. Sedimentary and foraminiferal evidence of the 2011 Tohoku-oki tsunami on the Sendai coastal plain, Japan. Sedimentary Geology 282, 78-89. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Reinhardt, E.G., 2012. Homotrema rubrum (Lamarck) taphonomy as an overwash indicator in marine ponds on Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Natural Hazards 63 (1), 85-100. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Reinhardt, E.G., 2012. Testing foraminiferal taphonomy as a tsunami indicator in a shallow arid system lagoon: Sur, Sultanate of Oman. Marine Geology 295-298, 128-136.picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Reinhardt, E.G., Pilarczyk, J.E., Brown, A., 2012. Probable tsunami origin for a shell and sand sheet from marine ponds on Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Natural Hazards 63 (1), 101-117.picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Reinhardt, E.G., Boyce, J.I., Schwarcz, H.P., Donato, S.V., 2011. Assessing surficial foraminiferal distributions as an overwash indicator in Sur Lagoon, Sultanate of Oman. Marine Micropaleontology 80, 62-73.picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Donato, S.V., Reinhardt, E.G., Boyce, J.I., Pilarczyk, J.E., Jupp, B.P. 2009. Particle-size distribution of inferred tsunami deposits in Sur Lagoon, Sultanate of Oman. Marine Geology 257, 54-64. picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Chapters within books of edited volumes
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Horton, B.P., 2015. Mollusca. In: Shennan, I., Horton, B.P., Long, A. (eds.), Sea Level Handbook. John Wiley and Sons picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Other publications
      • Pilarczyk, J.E., Cochran, U., Litchfield, N., Clark, K., Hayward, B., Lamarche, G., Horton, B.P., 2013. White paper: Paleoseismology at the Hikurangi Margin. Geodynamic Processes at Rifting and Subducting Margins (GeoPRISMS). picture_as_pdfDownload
      • Horton, B.P., MacInnes, B., Gonzalez, F., Hemphill-Haley, E., Switzer, A., Witter, R., Tanioka, Y., Bourgeois, J., Weiss, R., Pilarczyk, J.E., 2012. White paper: Long-term records of tsunamis (and storms) with insights from recent events. National Science Foundation (NSF).
  • Davin Wallace

    I am a coastal geologist who investigates the response of coastal and marine systems to storms, sea-level rise, and sediment supply variations over timescales of 1-100,000 years. I combine field observations, lab measurements, and numerical modeling in my work. I have active field sites around the Gulf of Mexico, Bermuda and the Philippines.

    • Paleotempestology
    • Coastal sediment budgets
    • Hurricane impacts
    • Sea-level changes
    • Sedimentology
    • Stratigraphy
    • Global change
    • Peer-reviewed articles in journals (students supervised are underlined)
      • Eisemann, E.R., Wallace, D.J., Buijsman, M.C., Pierce, T., in review. Response of a vulnerable barrier island to storm impacts: LiDAR data inferred morphodynamic changes on Ship Island, Mississippi, USA: Geomorphology. [in review]
      • Bregy, J.C., Wallace, D.J.,, Minzoni, R.T., and Cruz, V.J., in review. 2500-year paleotempestological record of Camille/Katrina-like storms for the Northern Gulf of Mexico, United States: Marine Geology. [in review]
      • Odezulu, C.I., Lorenzo-Trueba, J., Wallace, D.J., and Anderson, J.B., in press. Follets Island: a case of unprecedented change and transition from rollover to subaqueous shoals. in: Moore, L. and Murray, B., ed., Barrier Dynamics and the Impacts of Climate Change on Barrier Evolution, Springer Science + Business Media Dordrecht. [in press]
      • Hong, I., Pilarczyk, J.E., Horton, B.P., Fritz, H.M., Kosciuch, T.J., Wallace, D.J, Dike, C., Rarai, A., Harrison, M.J., Jockley, F.R., in press. Sedimentological characteristics of the 2015 Tropical Cyclone Pam overwash sediments from Vanuatu, South Pacific. Marine Geology. [in press]
      • Baranes, H.E., Woodruff, J.D., Wallace, D.J., Kanamaru, K., and Cook, T.L., 2016. Sedimentological records of the C.E. 1707 Hōei Nankai Trough tsunami in the Bungo Channel, southwestern Japan: Natural Hazards, v. 84, p. 1185-1205, DOI 10.1007/s11069-016-2498-3 picture_as_pdf ArticleSupplementary materials 1picture_as_pdf Supplementary materials 2
      • Anderson, J.B., Wallace, D.J., Simms, A.R., Rodriguez, A.B., Weight, R.W., and Taha, Z.P., 2016. Recycling Sediments Between Source and Sink During a Eustatic Cycle: Systems of Late Quaternary Northwestern Gulf of Mexico Basin: Earth-Science Reviews, v. 153, p. 111-138. picture_as_pdf Download
      • Wallace, D.J., 2015. Washover Fans. in: Kennish, M. J., ed., Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series: Encyclopedia of Estuaries, Springer Science + Business Media Dordrecht, p. 727, http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1007/978-94-017-8801-4_241 picture_as_pdf Download
      • Wallace, D.J., 2015. Washovers. in: Kennish, M. J., ed., Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series: Encyclopedia of Estuaries, Springer Science + Business Media Dordrecht, p. 727, http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1007/978-94-017-8801-4_240 picture_as_pdf Download
      • Anderson, J.B., Wallace, D.J., Simms, A.R., Rodriguez, A.B., and Milliken, K.T., 2014. Variable Response of Coastal Environments of the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico to Sea-Level Rise and Climate Change: Implications for Future Change: Marine Geology, v. 352, p. 348-366. picture_as_pdf Download
      • Wallace, D.J., Woodruff, J.D., Anderson, J.B., and Donnelly, J.P., 2014. Palaeohurricane reconstructions from sedimentary archives along the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and western North Atlantic Ocean margins. in: Martini, I.P. and Wanless, H.R., ed., Sedimentary Coastal Zones from High to Low Latitudes: Similarities and Differences: Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 388, p. 481-501. First published online January 15, 2014, http://dx.doi.org/10.1144/SP388.12 picture_as_pdf Download
      • Wallace, D.J., and Witus, A.E., 2013. Integrating iPad Technology in Earth Science K-12 Outreach Courses: Field and Classroom Applications: Journal of Geoscience Education, v. 61, no. 4, p. 385-395. picture_as_pdf Download picture_as_pdfSupplementary materials
      • Wallace, D.J., and Anderson, J.B., 2013. Unprecedented erosion of the upper Texas Coast: Response to accelerated sea-level rise and hurricane impacts: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 125, no. 5-6, p. 728-740. picture_as_pdf Download
      • McBride, R.A., (alphabetical listing of co-authors) Anderson, J.B., Buynevich, I.V., Cleary, W., Fenster, M., Fitzgerald, D., Harris, M.S., Hein, C.J., Klein, A.H.F., Liu, B., de Menezes, J.T., Pejrup, M., Riggs, S.R., Short, A.D., Stone, G.W., Wallace, D.J., Wang, P., 2013, Morphodynamics of barrier systems: a synthesis. in: Shroder, J., Editor in Chief, Sherman, D., ed., Treatise on Geomorphology: Coastal and Submarine Geomorphology, Academic Press, San Diego, CA, v. 10.8, p. 166-244. picture_as_pdf Download
      • Dolan, G. and Wallace, D.J., 2012. Policy and Management Hazards along the Upper Texas Coast: Ocean & Coastal Management, v. 59, p. 77-82. picture_as_pdf Download
      • Anderson, J.B. and Wallace, D.J., 2011. Science Behind the Plan. in: Hight, C., Anderson, J., Robinson, M., and Biolsi, S., ed., Atlas of Sustainable Strategies for Galveston Island: Rice University, p. 7-23. picture_as_pdf Download
      • Wallace, D.J., Anderson, J.B., and Fernández, R. A., 2010. Transgressive ravinement versus depth of closure: A geological perspective from the upper Texas coast: Journal of Coastal Research, v. 26, no. 6, p. 1057-1067. picture_as_pdf Download
      • Anderson, J., Milliken, K., Wallace, D., Rodriguez, A., and Simms, A., 2010. Coastal impact underestimated from rapid sea level rise: Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union, v. 91, no. 23, p. 205-206. picture_as_pdf Download picture_as_pdf Supplementary materials
      • Wallace, D.J., and Anderson, J.B., 2010. Evidence of similar probability of intense hurricane strikes for the Gulf of Mexico over the late Holocene: Geology, v. 38, no. 6, p. 511-514. picture_as_pdf Download picture_as_pdfSupplementary materials
      • Wallace, D.J., Anderson, J.B., and Rodriguez, A.B., 2009. Natural versus anthropogenic mechanisms of erosion along the upper Texas Coast. in: Kelley, J.T., Pilkey, O.H., and Cooper, J.A.G., ed., America’s Most Vulnerable Coastal Communities: The Geological Society of America Special Paper 460, p. 137-147 picture_as_pdf Download
      • Törnqvist, T.E., Wallace, D.J., Storms, J.E.A., Wallinga, J., van Dam, R.L., Blaauw, M., Derksen, M.S., Klerks, C.J.W., Meijneken, C., and Snijders, E.M.A., 2008, Mississippi Delta subsidence primarily caused by compaction of Holocene Strata: Nature Geoscience, v. 1, p. 173-176.picture_as_pdfDownload

S T U D E N T S

  • Anne M. Griffis

    I am an American who grew up abroad. While I am currently studying tsunami deposits, my background is in marine biology, this comes in handy when dealing with microfossils! I love that being a marine geologist means I get to travel to some amazing places to study the effects of marine inundation and extreme wave events. I am looking forward to some great opportunities on the horizon!

    The aim of my research is to better understand tsunami deposition using microfossils, specifically foraminifera to determine the intensity of these seismic sea waves. As my background is in marine biology, I will be focusing my research objectives on taxonomically understanding the foraminifera species found in my study location (Sur Lagoon, Oman). In addition to taxonomy, I will be using the condition of preserved specimens (taphonomy) and grain size signatures to study the transport history of sediments within the system. Finally, I will be attempting to use these proxies to study past tsunami events that occurred in this region as well as to extend the historic seismic record of the region.

    • Poster Presentations
      • Griffis A., Pilarczyk J., Reinhardt E., Hoffmann, G., Kosciuch T.J., Kovacs, S., 2016. A 3000-year record of overwash events documented in coastal sediments from Sur Lagoon, Oman. IGCP 639.picture_as_pdfDownload
  • Rob Hollis

    I am a Marine Science Master's student focusing in Geological Oceanography working with Dr. Davin Wallace. My research interests include nearshore processes relating to coastal hazards, sea level rise and sediment transport. I graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2014 with a B.S. in Geology concentrating in Geological Oceanography. Afterwards, I worked for the Rhode Island Geological Survey conducting coastal monitoring, coastal mapping and storm impact studies along the Rhode Island South Shore and Block Island. My current research involves sand ridge formation/evolution mechanisms and the ridge's role in the sediment transport system of the eastern Mississippi-Alabama barrier chain.

    • Nearshore processes
    • Sediment Transport
    • Coastal Hazards
    • Sea Level Rise
    • Publications and Presentations
      • Hollis, R.J., Oakley, B.A. and Boothroyd, J.C., "Variable Rates of Shoreline Change Along the Rhode Island South Shore: A Closer Look at Processes and Methods, Northeastern Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America (March 2016)
      • Hollis, R.J., "Great September Hurricane 1815: How Barrier Breaches Changed Town Boundaries, Invited talk for the town of Narragansett, RI (December 2015)
      • Hollis, R.J., Oakley, B.A. and Boothroyd, J.C., 2014, Benthic Geologic Habitats of Briggs Marsh, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Geological Survey Open-File Map. Scale 1:3,000
      • Hollis, R.J., Carnevale, D., Cardace, D. 2013. ,Field Mapping and Mineralogical Analysis of Serpentinite Outcrops in a Mars Analog Setting, Northeastern Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America (March 2013)
      • Hollis,R.J., Grabb, K., 2013, Comparison of Nitrite and Nitrate profiles through varying current, systems in the Eastern Pacific, Sea Education Association poster presentation (December 2013)
      • Boothroyd, J.C, Hollis, R.J., Oakley, B.A., Henderson, R.E., 2015, “Shoreline Change Maps from 1939-2014 for the Washington County, town of Warwick and Newport, RI Oakley, B.A. Hollis, R.J., Boothroyd, J.C., Freedman, J., Fugate, G., 2013. Preliminary Identification of At Risk Areas: Shoreline Change Special Area Management Plan (SAMP) Phase 1 – Rhode Island South Shore and Block Island. Technical report prepared for the Rhode Island Bay’s Rivers and Watersheds Coordination Team
      • Oakley, B.A., Hollis, R.J., Boothroyd, J.C., 2013. On-going monitoring of At Risk Areas: Shoreline Special Area Management Plan (SAMP) Year II update: (December, 2014). Technical report prepared for the Rhode Island Bay’s Rivers and Watersheds Coordination Team
      • Oakley, B.A., Freedman J., Hollis, R.J., Boothroyd, J.C., 2015, “The Misquamicut State Beach Replenishment Project: One year later measured using RTK-GPS, DGPS and Beach Profiles” National Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America (November 2015)
      • Oakley, B.A., Turenne, J.D., Bartosiewicz, J., Hollis, R.J., Alvarez, J.D., Borrelli, M., Boothroyd, J.C., “Mapping Benthic Geologic Habitat in Shallow Estuarine and Lagoon Environments: Case Studies, Experience and Results from Southern New England” Northeastern Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America (March 2016)
  • Stephen Mitchell
    • Hons. B.Sc. Student
    • (Dr. Pilarczyk)
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    I'm an undergraduate in the Department of Marine Science at USM, and I started working in the CHRL in May 2016. I was born and raised in the United States, and I got involved with marine science through a high school competition known as the National Ocean Sciences Bowl. I became a member of the Honors College once being accepted into the University, which led me to begin searching for Honors Thesis opportunities. Currently I am working on my thesis involving tsunami deposits associated with the Hikurangi margin, which are contained within the New Zealand geological record.

    My research interests involve using microfossils (e.g., foraminifera) and sediment grain size to reconstruct coastal environments. Specifically, I am interested in using these techniques to identify tsunami deposits in the geological record.

    • Publications
    • I'm just an undergrad. What are you expecting of me!?
  • Stephan O'Brien

    I am a native of Trinidad and Tobago and I use a combination of remote sensing, in situ measurements, and modeling algorithms to better understand sediment resuspension and sediment transport on the time scales of hours to days in areas of freshwater inflow into the northern Gulf of Mexico.

    • Paleotempestology
    • Coastal sediment budgets
    • Hurricane impacts
    • Sea-level changes
    • Sedimentology
    • Stratigraphy
    • Global change
    • Publications
    • Dodd, D., B. Mehaffey, G. Smith, K. Barbor, S. O’Brien and M. Van Norden. (2009). Chart Transfer Using a GPS Tide Gauge Buoy in Chesapeake Bay. The International Hydrographic Review 2:39-51
    • O’Brien, S., D. Dodd, J. Davis and J. Wiggert. (2013). Development of a Bathymetric Dynamic Digital Elevation Model in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the U.S. Hydro 2013 Conference. New Orleans, Louisiana.picture_as_pdf Download
    • Dodd, D., B. Mehaffey, G. Smith, K. Barbor, S. O’Brien and M. Van Norden. (2009). Chart Transfer Using a GPS Tide Gauge Buoy in Chesapeake Bay. The International Hydrographic Review 2:39-51
    • Select Invited Talks
    • O’Brien, S.J., P. Fitzpatrick, B. Dzwonkowski, S. Dykstra, D.J. Wallace, I. Church and J.D. Wiggert. Suspended sediment research in Mississippi Sound. Consortium for oil spill and exposure pathways in coastal River-Dominated Ecosystems (CONCORDE) Teacher Workshop: Spill Science I, Ocean Springs, Mississippi March 2016.
  • Nina Schulze

    I am a German with a background in geology. Currently I am researching the formation of Horn Island using geochemistry and sedimentological analyses. I have done similar work with tsunami deposits from back-barrier lakes which initiated my interest in studying coastal systems. I am excited to be a part of the Coastal Hazards Research Lab because it provides a diverse and unique look at various coastal processes!

    • Paleotempestology
    • Coastal sediment budgets
    • Hurricane impacts
    • Sea-level changes
    • Sedimentology
    • Stratigraphy
    • Global change
    • Select Presentations
    • Schulze, N., Woodruff, J., Kanamaru, K., Baranes, H. (2016). Sedimentological Signatures of Regional Seismicity in Western Shikoku and Eastern Kyushu, Japan. Northeastern Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America (March 2016)

A L U M N I

  • Josh Bregy

      Ph.D. Student

    jbregy@indianau.edu
    alt: joshua.bregy@gmail.com
    Ph.D. student at Indiana University
    Focus on climate change and paleoclimatology

    Mailing address:
    701 E. Kirkwood Ave - SB 120,
    Bloomington,
    IN 47405.

    M.Sc. Thesis

    Bregy, Joshua Caleb, 2016, Determining the viability of recent storms as modern analogues for northcentral Gulf of Mexico paleotempestology through sedimentary analysis and storm surge reconstruction: Master's Thesis, Paper 198,

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  • Eve Eisemann

    Research Physical Scientist

    eve.eisemann@usace.army.mil
    office: 228-252-1142
    Research Physical Scientist
    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC)
    Coastal & Hydraulics Laboratory

    Location:
    7225 Stennis Airport Rd.
    Suite 100
    Kiln, MS 39556

    M.Sc. Thesis

    Eisemann, Eve Rettew, 2016, Modern fair-weather and storm sediment transport around Ship Island, Mississippi: Implications for coastal habitats and restoration efforts: Master's Theses, Paper 260,

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  • Thomas Kosciuch

      Data Scientist

    thomas.kosciuch@usm.edu
    alt: tomaszkosciuch@gmail.com
    Data Scientist at Heliolytics

    M.Sc. Thesis

    Kosciuch, Thomas Jaroslaw, 2017, The utility of foraminifera in documenting sediment provenance for overwash deposits: a case study using sediments deposited by Tropical Cyclone Pam In Vanuatu" (2017). Master's Theses. 327,

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Coastal Hazards Research Lab
Division of Marine Science
School of Ocean Science and Technology
University of Southern Mississippi
1020 Balch Blvd., Stennis Space Center, MS 39529