I'm interested in a broad range of processes that act to shape the Earth's surface, create sedimentary archives, and influence climate over both human and geologic timescales. My research utilizes a combination of field work, controlled physical experiments, geochemical analyses, remote sensing, and theory to address problems at the interface of geomorphology, sedimentology, carbon cycling, and landscape evolution.
For more information about my research and to learn about student opportunities, please visit my website www.joelscheingross.com.
- Ph.D., Geology, California Institute of Technology, 2016
- M.S., Geology, California Institute of Technology, 2012
- B.A., Geology, University of California Berkeley, 2007
- B.S., Environmental Science, University of California Berkeley, 2007