Angela L. Slagle Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
of Columbia University
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  selected publications
  A.L. Slagle and D.S. Goldberg. 2011. Evaluation of ocean crustal Sites 1256 and 504 for long-term CO2 sequestration. Geophysical Research Letters, 38. doi:10.1029/2011GL048613.
  Blackman, D. and Slagle, A.L.. 2011. Atlantis Massif oceanic core complex: velocity, porosity, and impedance contrasts within the domal core of Atlantis Massif: faults and hydration of lithosphere during core complex evolution. IODP Scientific Prospectus, 340T. doi:10.2204/iodp.sp.340T.2011.
  Nitsche, F.O., Slagle, A., Ryan, W.B.F., Carbotte, S., Bell, R., and Flood, R. 2011. Human impacts on Hudson River morphology and sediments: a result of changing uses and interests. In Environmental History of the Hudson River, edited by R. Henshaw, pp. 53-64, SUNY Press, Stony Brook, NY.
  D. Goldberg and A.L. Slagle. 2009. A global assessment of deep-sea basalt sites for carbon sequestration. Energy Procedia, 1(1):3675-3682, Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, Nov 16-20, 2008, Washington, D.C.
  D. Goldberg, T. Takahashi, and A.L. Slagle. 2008. Carbon Dioxide Sequestration in Deep-Sea Basalt. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 105(29):9920-9925. doi:10.1073/pnas.0804397105.
  A.L. Slagle, W.B.F. Ryan, S.M. Carbotte, R. Bell, F.O. Nitsche, and T. Kenna. 2006. Late-stage estuary infilling controlled by limited accommodation space in the Hudson River. Marine Geology, 232 (3-4):181-202. doi:10.1016/j.margeo.2006.07.009.
  Nitsche, F.O., R. Bell, S.M. Carbotte, W.B.F. Ryan, A. Slagle, S. Chillrud, T. Kenna, R. Flood, V. Ferrini, R. Cerrato, C. McHugh, and D. Strayer. 2005. Integrative acoustic mapping reveals Hudson River sediment processes and habitats. EOS Trans. AGU, 86:225,229.
 

Carbotte, S.M., R.E. Bell, W.B.F. Ryan, C.M.G. McHugh, A. Slagle, F. Nitsche and J. Rubenstone. 2004. Environmental Change and oyster colonization within the Hudson River estuary linked to Holocene climate. Geo-Marine Letters, 24:212-224.

  selected abstracts
  Goldberg, D. and A. Slagle.
“Carbon storage below the seafloor: potential sites for crustal studies.” Abstract presented at IODP/ICDP Workshop on Geological carbon capture and storage in mafic and ultramafic rocks: Role of oceanic and continental scientific drilling, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman (Jan 8-10, 2011).
  Podgorney, R., A.L. Slagle, T.L. McLing, and D.S. Goldberg.
“Numerical simulation of carbon dioxide sequestration in deep-sea basalts.” Abstract presented at IODP/ICDP Workshop on Geological carbon capture and storage in mafic and ultramafic rocks: Role of oceanic and continental scientific drilling, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman (Jan 8-10, 2011).
  Slagle, A.L. and G. Guerin.
“Wireline log and seismic stratigraphic correlation along a slope-shelf transect in the Canterbury Basin, New Zealand.” Abstract presented at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (Dec 13-17, 2010).
  Pickering, K.T., M.B. Underwood, H. Naruse, J-O. Park, G.F. Moore, S. Kutterolf, A. Slagle, Y. Yamamoto, and IODP Expedition 322 Scientists.
“Tectono-Stratigraphy and Seismic Character of Subducting Shikoku Basin Sediments, IODP Expedition 322.” Abstract presented at GSA Fall Meeting, Denver, CO (Oct 31-Nov 3, 2010).
  Slagle, A.L. and D. Goldberg.
“Geologic storage of carbon dioxide in deep-sea basalt.” Abstract presented at Gordon Research Conference on Flow and Transport in Porous Media, Lewiston, ME (July 12-16, 2010).
  Underwood, M.B., S. Saito, and IODP Expedition 322 Scientists.
“Subduction inputs within the NanTroSEIZE transect area: Results from Expedition 322 of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program.” Abstract presented at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (Dec 14-18, 2009).
  Nitsche, F.O., A. Slagle, W.B.F. Ryan, S. Carbotte, and R. Bell.
“Impact of shoreline modifications on bathymetry and sediment distribution in the Hudson River Estuary.” Abstract presented at Historical Ecology of the Hudson Valley conference, Hudson River Environmental Society, June 2008.
  Goldberg, D. and A. Slagle.
“A global assessment of deep-sea basalt sites for carbon sequestration.” Abstract presented at AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (Dec 10-14, 2007).
  Slagle, A.L., W.B. Ryan, F.O. Nitsche, S.M. Carbotte, R. Bell.
“Identifying Zebra Mussel Distribution in the Hudson River Estuary Using High-Resolution Geophysical Data.” Poster at Estuarine Research Biennial Conference. Norfolk, VA, October 2005.
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  Nitsche, F.O., R. Bell, S.M. Carbotte, W.B. Ryan, A.L. Slagle, R. Flood.
“Detailed Analysis of Sediment Distribution and Morphology in the Hudson River Estuary.” Presentation at Estuarine Research Biennial Conference. Norfolk, VA, October 2005.
  Slagle, A.L., S.M. Carbotte, F.O. Nitsche, W.B. Ryan, R. Bell.
“Spatial and Temporal Variability of Sedimentary Environments in the Hudson River Estuary.” Poster at American Geophysical Union, Joint Assembly [CGU, AGU, SEG, EEGS]. Montreal, Canada, May 2004.
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  Slagle, A.L., S.M. Carbotte, W.B. Ryan, R.E. Bell, F.O. Nitsche.
“High-Resolution Seismic Evidence for Changing Sedimentary Conditions in the Hudson River Estuary, Piermont, NY.” Poster at Estuarine Research Biennial Conference. Seattle, WA, September 2003.
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  Slagle, A., S.M. Carbotte, W.B. Ryan, R. Bell, F.O. Nitsche, C.M. McHugh.
“Changes in Depositional Setting Reflect Rising Sealevel in Latest Holocene Sediments of the Hudson River.” Poster at American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA, December 2002.
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