Geosciences Departmental Research Websites
|Name||Office, Lab, Phone &||Area of Expertise|
|Daniel Davis||ESS 305, 345
|Geomechanical modeling; tectonics; active margin structural geology|
|Timothy Glotch||ESS 250, 231
|Planetary Geology, Remote Sensing, Martian Surface Mineralogy|
|Gilbert Hanson||ESS 310, 317
|Isotope and Trace Element Geochemistry, Geochronology|
|William Holt||ESS 334, 365
|Robert Liebermann||ESS 167
|Mineral Physics and Solid Earth Geophysics
|Scott McLennan||ESS 252, 221
|Geochemistry, Crustal Evolution, Sedimentary Petrology|
|Hanna Nekvasil||ESS 243, 229
|Silicate melt/crystal equilibria; thermodynamcis of silicate systems|
|Artem Oganov||ESS 354
|Computational crystallography; high-pressure mineralogy; computational materials design|
|John Parise||ESS 238, 335
|Crystal structure-property relations; solid state synthesis|
|Brian Phillips||ESS 240, 207
|Molecular-level structure of minerals and their surfaces|
|Troy Rasbury||ESS 320, 217
|Sedimentary geology and geochemistry, geochronology|
|Richard Reeder||ESS 218, 215
|Chair of Department,
Geochemistry and mineralogy relating to near Earth's surface processes.
Director of CEMS
|Deanne Rogers||ESS 336
|Planetary geology, remote sensing|
|Martin Schoonen||ESS 220, 205
|Geochemistry of sulfur and sulfides, hydrogeochemistry, catalysis|
|Michael Sperazza||ESS 340
|Paleoclimatic change over the Pleistocene and Holocene|
|Donald Weidner||ESS 318, 381
|Mineral Physics and the Earth's deep interior
Director of MPI
|Lianxing Wen||ESS 230
|Seismology, Geodynamics, Global Geophysics|
|Teng-fong Wong||ESS 356, 367
|Rock deformation and fluid flow; physical properties of geomaterials|
|Donald Lindsley||ESS 243
|Affiliated Distinguished Professor-SoMAS|
|Henry Bokuniewicz||Endeavor 211
|J. Kirk Cochran||-
|Lars Ehm||ESS 108
|Research Assistant Professor-MPI|
|Roger D. Flood||Endeavor 157
|Afilliated Professor Emeritis-BNL|
|Affiliated Associate Professor
Queens College, CUNY
|Afilliated Distinguished Service Professor-Anatomical Sciences|
|Baosheng Li||ESS 136
|Afilliated Associate Professor-Anatomical Sciences|
|Michael Vaughan||ESS 120
|Research Associate Professor-MPI|
|Christiane Stidham||ESS 338
|Crustal seismology and tectonics, natural hazards|
John Parise's Lab Group: Crystallography
Among our interests is the study of atomic structural changes that accompany variation in composition, temperature, and pressure.
Richard J. Reeder's Lab Group: Mineral-Water Interface Geochemistry
The study of reaction mechanisms and molecular-scale structure at mineral-water interfaces is the central focus of research activities in our geochemistry group.
Martin Schoonen's Lab Group Website: Aqueous Geochemistry
Understanding geochemical and environmental processes at the molecular scale is the objective of most of the projects in the group .
Seismology and Tectonics Lab-Lianxing Wen, Bill Holt
A primary focus in the seismology and tectonics lab is the determination of detailed three dimensional earth structure, from the core to the surface, and related studies on the dynamics that drives mantle convection, deformation of the lithosphere, and plate tectonics in general. Particular emphasis is placed on interdisciplinary research and collaboration to understand the structure, composition, and dynamics of the Earth's interior, as well as the driving forces for plate movements and deformations.
Groundwater Research Group
The Groundwater Research Group is a group of graduate students from Stony Brook University working with Gil Hanson on groundwater problems in Suffolk County, Long Island, NY. We have created this web site to employ the importance of studying Long Island groundwater.
Bill Holt's Lab Group
Information about all our research, figures, useful links, etc.
Bill Holt: Kinematics and Dynamics of the Lithosphere
The main efforts of this research lab are devoted to the understanding of the kinematics and dynamics of crustal deformation in (diffuse) plate boundary zones.
Isotope Lab-Gil Hanson, Scott McLennan, Troy Rasbury
The primary focus of the Isotope lab is to use isotope and trace element compositions to tell the history of geological materials. Current research conducted in the lab includes dating the time of sedimentation with paleosol calcite, determining the paleo-pH of seawater, and tracing the source of contaminants in Long Island groundwater. The group members include three faculty from the Department of Geosciences and graduate students from Geosciences, Anthropological Sciences, and the Marine Science Research Center at Stony Brook.
Brian Phillips' Lab Group: Geochemistry, Environmental, and Molecular Science
The Phillips' lab focuses on oxygen exchange kinetics of aqueous complexes and reactivity of mineral surfaces; application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy for kinetic measurements and characterization of mineral surface and bulk structure.
News & Announcements
Geosciences Department Newsletter
Professors John Parise and Artem Oganov pursue Materials Genome Initiative
Professor Deanne Rogers finds evidence for past groundwater on Mars
Professor Robert Liebermann accepts Edward A. Flinn Award
Professor Scott McLennan selected for NASA's Mars Science Laboratory Team