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Lamont Research Professor
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Biology and Paleo Environment
104E Geoscience
61 Route 9W - PO Box 1000
(845 365-8306
(845) 365-8150


Fields of interest: 
Coral-based paleoclimatology in the Indo-Pacific, Sediment records of Western Pacific Warm Pool and Indonesian Throughflow variability
List of degrees from highest to lowest:
Ph.D. Geology
University of New Mexico
M.S. Geology
University of South Carolina
B.S. Geology
St. Lawrence University

Lamont/DEES Student List: 
Dr. Logan Brenner (now Assistant Professor at Barnard College)
Dr. Emilie Dassie; former SUNYA grad student and postdoc at LDEO; now at CNRS, EPOC, Arcachon, France

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Selected Publications:

Coral Carbon Isotope Sensitivity to Growth Rate and Water Depth with Palaeo-Sea Level Implications Linsley, B. K., Dunbar R.B.; Dassié E. P.; Tangri N.; Wu H.C.; Brenner L.D; Wellington G.M. Nature Communications Volume: 10:2056| (2019)
SPCZ zonal events and downstream influence on surface ocean conditions in the Indonesian Throughflow region Linsley, Braddock K.; Wu, Henry C.; Rixen, Tim; Chales, Christopher D.; Gordon, Arnold L.; Moore, Michael D. Geophysical Research Letters (2017)
Decadal changes in South Pacific sea surface temperatures and the relationship to the Pacific decadal oscillation and upper ocean heat content Linsley, Braddock K.; Wu, Henry C.; Dassie, Emilie P.; Schrag, Daniel P Geophysical Research Letters 04/2015 Volume: 42 p.: doi:10.1002/2015GL063045. (2015)
Oceanographic variability in the South Pacific Convergence Zone region over the last 210 years from multi-site coral Sr/Ca. Wu, Henry C; Linsley, BK; Dassie,EP, Schiraldi, B; deMenocal,PB Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (2013)
Holocene Evolution of the Indonesian Throughflow and the Western Pacific Warm Pool Linsley, B.K.; Y. Rosenthal; D. W. Oppo, Nature Geoscience 2010 Volume: 3 p.: 578-583 (2010)