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John Greene
John Greene
(979) 845-2451
(979) 845-6162
Halbouty 367E
Department of Geology and Geophysics
Texas A&M University
3115 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-3115


 B.S., Environmental Geoscience, Concentration in Geophysics, Michigan State University, 2015



Unocal Graduate Scholarship in Geoscience - Texas A&M University, 2016 - 2017

Chevron Fellowship - Texas A&M University, 2015 - 2016

Lucile Drake Pringle and Gordon H. Pringle Endowed Geological Sciences Fellowship, 2013 - 2014

Michigan State University Neal Endowed Geological Sciences Scholarship, 2013   

Michigan State University Dean’s List, 2011 - 2015


John Greene

Graduate Student

Research Interests

Marine Geophysics: Magnetics and Seismics


Research Interests: Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Lithospheric Evolution, Rifted Margins, Tectonic/Magmatic Segmentation, Acoustic Detection of Sediment Diagenesis

Selected Publications


Feng, H., M. Tominaga, D. Lizarralde, M. Tivey, J. A. Greene, J. Zhang, and W. W. Sager, Modes of magmatism in the western Pacific seafloor during Cretaceous Supervolcanism, in prep, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst.

Karl, M. A., M. Tominaga, J. A. Greene, N. C. Miller, and D. Hutchinson, The Origin and Implications of the Hudson Fan Magnetic Anomaly High in the Eastern North American Margin (ENAM), in prep, Geophys. Res. Lett.

Greene, J. A., M. Tominaga, and D. K. Blackman (2015), Geologic implications of seafloor character and carbonate lithification imaged on the domal core of Atlantis Massif, Deep Sea Res. II, 121, 246-255, doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2015.06.020.


Conference Abstracts and Presentations:

Greene, J. A., M. Tominaga, N. C. Miller, M. R. Karl, Refining the Formation and Early Evolution of the Eastern North American Margin (ENAM): New Insights from Multiscale Magnetic Anomaly Analyses, AGU Fall Meeting 2016 (Submitted)

Greene, J., M. Tominaga, and D. K. Blackman, Subsurface implications of spatially variable seafloor character on the Atlantis Massif, AGU Fall Meeting 2014, OS53C-1070.

Additional Information

Advisor: Masako Tominaga

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