Layered intrusions in East Greenland, mostly close to the contact between PreCambrian gneisses and Tertiary flood basalts, are commonly several million years younger than the flood basalts.
Centers, Projects & Initiatives
Lamont scientists utilize a variety of observational and computational techniques to image and model the deep interior of the Earth, from crust to core.
Continental margins are the Earth's principal loci for producing hydrocarbon and metal resources, for earthquake, landslide, volcanic and climatic hazards, and for
|Name||Title||Fields of interest|
|Elizabeth Ferriss||Associate Research Scientist|
|Ellen J. Crapster-Pregont||Graduate Research Assistant||moderate to high temperature and pressure geochemistry pertaining both to Earth's interior and meteorites.|
|Gary Mesko||Graduate Research Fellow|
|Geoffrey A. Abers||Lamont Research Professor||Earthquake seismology, imaging and tectonics of active plate boundaries|
|Kerstin A. Lehnert||Senior Research Scientist||Geoinformatics, Scientific Data Management, Igneous Petrology, Geochemistry|
|Cornelia Class||Lamont Associate Research Professor||Solid Earth Geochemistry and Dynamics|