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.
|Name||Title||Fields of interest|
|Sarah Lambart||Postdoctoral Research Fellow||Experimental petrology, Mantle heterogeneities, Upper mantle processes, Reaction-driven cracking, CO2 storage via in situ mineral carbonation|
|Elizabeth Ferriss||Postdoctoral Research Scientist|
|Ellen J. Crapster-Pregont||Graduate Research Assistant||moderate to high temperature and pressure geochemistry pertaining both to Earth's interior and meteorites.|
|Geoffrey A. Abers||Lamont Research Professor||Earthquake seismology, imaging and tectonics of active plate boundaries|
|Cornelia Class||Lamont Associate Research Professor||Solid Earth Geochemistry and Dynamics|
|Peter B. Kelemen||Arthur D. Storke Memorial Professor|