Announcement
Currently we are looking for enthusiastic students at the PhD level.
Contact Kyle Straub (kmstraub at tulane dot edu) for funding and topic

Tulane Sediment Dynamics and
Quantitative Stratigraphy Group


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Matt and Qi with a Freeze Core
Panel of Experimental Stratigraphy



Submarine channels offshore Borneo

Research Interests
Our research focuses on the transport of sediment
from land through the ocean and into the
stratigraphic record. Scales of interest range from
the interaction of turbidity currents with channel
bends over minutes to the construction and
preservation of river deltas over millions of years.
The sedimentary bodies that arise from these
processes act as both home to millions of people
and reservoirs of natural resources. We examine the
morphodynamics of these systems using a
combination of remote sensing of subsurface
sedimentary deposits (visualization and
interpretation of seismic data), carefully designed
laboratory experiments, field studies of modern
and ancient sediment transport systems, and
targeted numerical analysis and modeling.

Recent News

 
TSDS travels to Grand Junction, CO to
attend SEPM Research Conference on
Autogenic Dynamics in Sedimentary Systems

 
Esposito and Straub travel to Siberia
to attend the 2014 International Deltas
Meeting held on the shores of Lake Baikal

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