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Kyungho 'Nehe' Jeon
Kyungho 'Nehe' Jeon
Phone:
(979) 845-2451
Fax:
(979) 845-6162
Email:
k.n.jeon@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 267
Address:

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
HALBOUTY 267
DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS,
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 77843


Degrees:

B.Sc. (Geosciences), Penn State – University Park (Dec. 2010)

M.Sc. (Geology), Univ South Carolina – Columbia (2012 - 2014)

Courses:

Introductory Geol and Environmental Geol Labs


Kyungho 'Nehe' Jeon

Graduate Student

Research Interests

My study interests broadly encompass surface processes, geomorphology, sedimentology and stratigraphy. More specifically, I am interested in studying the landforms sculpted by the Pleistocene megafloods around the world; the associated terrestrial backwater sediments and marine turbidites; and the global distribution patterns of the sediments. Investigative tools used (and will be used) include GIS for mapping, stratigraphic proxies such as gamma-ray profiles, and field data utilizing GPR/seismic methods.

Selected Publications

ALEXANDER E YANKOVSKY, RAYMOND TORRES, LEGNA M TORRES-GARCIA, AND KYUNGHO JEON (2012). INTERACTION OF TIDAL AND FLUVIAL PROCESSES IN THE TRANSITION ZONE OF THE SANTEE RIVER, SC, USA. ESTUARIES AND COASTS. VOL. 35, PP. 1500-1509.

RAYMOND TORRES, KYUNGHO JEON, AND ALEXANDER E YANKOVSKY (2012). SOME OBSERVATIONS OF CHANNEL PROPERTIES AT THE FLUVIAL-TIDAL TRANSITION, AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION (POSTER)

RAYMOND TORRES, KYUNGHO JEON, AND ALEXANDER E YANKOVSKY (2013). CHANNEL STRUCTURE AT THE FLUVIAL-TIDAL TRANSITION, VOL. 15, EUROPEAN GEOSCIENCES UNION. 2013-12784 (ABSTRACT)

KYUNGHO JEON AND RAYMOND TORRES (2014). CHANNEL PROPERTIES OF FLUVIAL-TIDAL TRANSITION, SANTEE RIVER, SC. YOUNG COASTAL SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS – 1ST NORTH AMERICAN MEETING AT UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE. (TALK)

KYUNGHO JEON AND J RICHARD GIARDINO (2015) EFFICACY OF GAMMA-RAY PROFILES FOR ANALYZING MEGAFLOOD TURBIDITES, AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION (POSTER)

KYUNGHO JEON AND J RICHARD GIARDINO (2015) UTILIZATION OF GAMMA-RAY PROFILES FOR ANALYZING MEGAFLOOD TURBIDITES, Geological Society of America. (Talk)

Additional Information

Advisor: Rick Giardino

DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) intern at Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Summer 2010
(Alpine fluvial geomorphology)

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