Brent Goehring

No longer at LDEO: 
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Geochemistry
427 Comer
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
Palisades
NY
10964-8000
US
Phone: 
(845) 365-8572
Fax: 
(845) 365-8155
Fields of interest: 
Surface Exposure Dating, Glacial Geology, Paleoclimatology, Tectonic Geomorphology and Paleoseismology

I am trained as a geochemist and glacial geologist with specialization in applying cosmogenic nuclide techniques to quantify earth surface processes and the timing of climate change. As a result, I believe in an approach to earth science that combines fieldwork and the establishment of rates and dates achieved through cutting edge geochemical methods. My current interests and previous research has focused on the refinement of cosmogenic nuclide systematics for surface exposure dating and subsequent application of new and established methods to questions in glacial geology, geomorphology, climate change, and landscape evolution, especially using multiple nuclides simultaneously. My additional interests include paleoseismology, sedimentation rates and sedimentary provenance, and paleoceanography, especially reconciling terrestrial and marine climate records.

Education
List of degrees from highest to lowest:
PhD
Columbia Univeristy
12/2009
M.S. Geology
Oregon State University
06/2006
B.S. with distinction in Geology
University of Washington
08/2004
Honors & Awards: 
Graduate Student Teacher of the Year, OSU 2006
NSF CRONUS-Earth Graduate Fellowship 2007-2009
CRONUS-Earth International Fellowship 2007
Goodfriend Prize 2008
NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Fellowship 2009-2011
Peri Sasnett
Selected Publications: 
Changing influence of Antarctic and Greenlandic temperature records on sea-level over the last glacial cycle, Siddall, M.; Kaplan, M.R.; Schaefer, J.M.; Putnam, A.; Kelly, M.A.; Goehring, B. , Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume 29, Issue 3-4, p.410-423, (2010), 10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.11.007

Dating of raised marine and lacustrine deposits in east Greenland using beryllium-10 depth profiles and implications for estimates of subglacial erosion, Goehring, B.M.; Kelly, M.A.; Schaefer, J.M.; Lowell, T.V.; Finkel, R.M. , Journal of Quaternary Science, (2010), 10.1002/jqs.1380

A reevaluation of in situ cosmogenic 3He production rates, Goehring, B.M.; Kurz, M.D.; Balco, G.; Schaefer, J.M.; Licciardi; J; Lifton, N. , Quaternary Geochronology, (2010)

Dating late Holocene glacier advances with Be-10: Enchantment Lakes Basin, Washington, USA, Goehring, B. M.; Schaefer, J. M.; Finkel, R.; Schwartz, R. , Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, Jun, Volume 73, Issue 13, p.A444-A444, (2009)

Beryllium-10 exposure ages of erratic boulders in southern Norway and implications for the history of the Fennoscandian Ice Sheet, Goehring, B. M.; Brook, E. J.; Linge, H.; Ralsbeck, G. M.; Yiou, F. , Quaternary Science Reviews, Feb, Volume 27, Issue 3-4, p.320-336, (2008), DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2007.11.004

A Be-10 chronology of lateglacial and Holocene mountain glaciation in the Scoresby Sund region, east Greenland: implications for seasonality during lateglacial time, Kelly, M. A.; Lowell, T. V.; Hall, B. L.; Schaefer, J. M.; Finkel, R. C.; Goehring, B. M.; Alley, R. B.; Denton, G. H. , Quaternary Science Reviews, Dec, Volume 27, Issue 25-26, p.2273-2282, (2008), DOI 10.1016/j.quascirev.2008.08.004