About

Maureen E. Raymo,  Ph.D, Columbia University, 1989

Bruce C. Heezen Lamont Research Professor, 

Director, Lamont-Doherty Core Repository

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
P.O. Box 1000, 61 Route 9W, Palisades, NY 10964
contact: raymo (that thing that goes here) ldeo.columbia.edu

I am a paleoceanographer/marine geologist who studies the history and causes of climate change in the Earth’s past.   By the time I was eight I wanted to be an oceanographer.   As a college freshman at Brown University I discovered the field of paleoclimatology.   In the summer of 2011 I landed at Lamont, returning to the same labs I left from with a Ph.D. in the late 80s.   It’s great to be back at this special place.

This site provides links to my current research, collaborators, publications, and published data, as well as other science-related material.  If you have difficulty viewing any part of this web site or have questions about any data or papers, please let me know.

New!  A handy high-res version of the LR04 stack complements of Mike Sandstrom: LR04 Stack Poster

 

 

 

 

Current lab members

Nichole Anest, Repository Curator
Robert Poirier, Post-doc
Blake Dyer, Post-doc
Ashley Braunthal, Research technician
Miranda Cashman, Graduate student
Clara Chang, Repository technician
Mike Sandstrom, Graduate Student
Shilei Li, Visiting Graduate Student

Recent lab members

Sarah Dendy, Research technican, now graduate student at U. of Illinois
Amanda Liang, Graduate Student
Alessio Rovere, Adjunct Scientist, Lamont (also at MARUM)
Heather Ford, Post-doctoral Fellow, now at Cambridge U.
Jonathon Gale, Graduate Student
Kara Dennis, Research Technician, now state hydrologist in MN
Angel Mojarro, Repository technician, now at MIT

Student Info

Graduate Students:  If you are interested in applying to graduate school at Columbia University, please review information at the following link: http://eesc.columbia.edu/programs/graduate

Undergraduates:  We are always looking for motivated Columbia and Barnard undergraduates to work in our group either as part of an honors thesis or as a research technician. Please send an email to Dr. Raymo if you are interested in the research we do.