Matthew A Malkowski
Research group website: www.mmalkowski.com
Matt Malkowski is an assistant professor in the Department of Geological Sciences at UT-Austin. He received his BS and MS degrees from Michigan State University and a PhD from Stanford University.
Matt's research focuses on how siliciclastic depositional systems, modern and ancient, respond to and record external forcings such as climate, tectonics, sea level change, and human impacts. Research includes a range of field work, lab work, and modeling.
Interested and motivated students are encouraged to contact Matt about available research opportunities. Learn more here: www.mmalkowski.com
, Ph.D., expected 2025
My research focus is to link the stratigraphic record with tectonic processes using geochronology and geochemical signatures. I am currently working on projects in southern Patagonia (Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Rocas Verdes Back-arc basin) and Japan (Neogene opening of the Sea of Japan).I am also interested in the dispersal of sediments in shallow marine environments. I have 8 years of experience...
Jacqueline Epperson (Supervisor)
Malkowski Research Group
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