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Matthew R. Loveley
Matthew R. Loveley
Phone:
(979) 845-2451
Fax:
(979) 845-6162
Email:
mlovele1@tamu.edu
Office:
Halbouty 201
Address:

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
HALBOUTY RM 201
DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS,
MS 3115,
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 77843


Degrees:

B.S. GEOLOGY & GEOPHYSICS UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA 2012

PHD GEOLOGY & GEOPHYSICS TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY (CURRENT) 2016

Awards:

ODASES FELLOWSHIP
GEPL GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
MR AND MRS KENNETH P PIPES FELLOWSHIP
COLLEGE & IDP TOP OFF SCHOLARS

Courses:

PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
MINERALOGY
GEOCHEMISTRY


Matthew R. Loveley

Graduate Student

Research Interests

In my dissertation, I use uranium decay series isotopes, mainly thorium-230, to examine marine sediments to interpret mass accumulation rates and paleoclimate.  My research focuses on examining the assumptions in the 230Th methodology in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific, where controversy exists between 230Th-derived MARs and those derived in the traditional manner using age models.

Additional Information

Advisor: Franco Marcantonio
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