Rachel Marzen

SUGAR refraction seismic imaging project - http://sugarseismic.blogspot.com/

Fields of Interest

-Earthquakes in the Southeastern United States-Tectonic history of the Southeastern United States-Seismology Student Workshop


M.A. and M.Phil, Earth and Env. Sci., Columbia UniversityB.S., Earth Sci., Rice University

(6) T.M. Cronin, K. Keller, J. Farmer, M. Schaller, M. O’Regan, R. Poirier, H. Coxall, G. Dwyer, H. Bauch, I. Kinstedt, M. Jakobsson, R. Marzen, and E. Santin (2019), Marine Isotope Stage 11 in the Arctic Ocean, Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology

(5) Marzen, R., D.J. Shillington, D. Lizarralde, and S. Harder (2019), Constraints on Appalachian Orogenesis and Continental Rifting in the Southeastern US from Wide-Angle Seismic Data, Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth

(4) Marzen, R., L.H. DeNinno, T.M. Cronin (2016), Calcareous microfossil-based orbital cyclostratigraphy in the Arctic Ocean, Quaternary Science Reviews 

(3) T.M. Cronin, J. Farmer, R. Marzen, E. Thomas, J. Varekamp (2014), Late Holocene sea-level variability and Atlantic meridional overturning circulation, Paleoceanography 

(2) T.M. Cronin, L.H. DeNinno, L. Polyak, E.K. Caverly, R.Z. Poore, A. Brenner, J. Rodriguez-Lazaro, R.E. Marzen (2014), Quaternary ostracode and foraminiferal biostratigraphy and paleoceanography in the western Arctic Ocean, Marine Micropaleontology

(1) T.M. Cronin, L. Polyak, D. Reed, E.S. Kandiano, R.E. Marzen, E.A. Council (2013), A 600-ka Arctic sea-ice record from Mendeleev Ridge based on ostracodes, Quaternary Science Reviews