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Dr Joseph Graly

Assistant Professor

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Joseph Graly

My research focuses on the chemical and physical processes occurring beneath the world’s large ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. I seek to understand the connections between the glacial processes, resultant geochemical effects, and feedbacks to global geochemical cycling. Methods employed include hydrochemistry, mineralogy, stable isotopes and cosmogenic isotopes.

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  • Chemical weathering signatures at Mt. Achernar, Central Transantarctic Mountains II: Surface exposed sediments, Graly, J., Licht, K., Bader, N., Kassab, C., Bish, D., Kaplan, M. 1 Oct 2022, In: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
  • Paleoglaciology of the central East Antarctic Ice Sheet as revealed by blue-ice sediment, Kaplan, M., Licht, K., Lamp, J., Winckler, G., Schaefer, J., Graly, J., Kassab, C., Schwartz, R. 24 Sep 2022, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Measuring multiple cosmogenic nuclides in glacial cobbles sheds light on Greenland Ice Sheet processes, Corbett, L., Bierman, P., Neumann, T., Graly, J., Shakun, J., Goehring, B., Hidy, A., Caffee, M. 15 Jan 2021, In: Earth and Planetary Science Letters
  • Chemical weathering signatures from Mt. Achernar Moraine, Central Transantarctic Mountains I: Subglacial sediments compared with underlying rock, Graly, J., Licht, K., Bader, N., Bish, D. 15 Aug 2020, In: Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
  • Corrigendum to “Meteoric 10Be as a tracer of subglacial processes and interglacial surface exposure in Greenland” [Quat. Sci. Rev. 191 (2018) 118–131] (Quaternary Science Reviews (2018) 191 (118–131), (S0277379118300349), (10.1016/j.quascirev.2018.05.009)), Graly, J., Corbett, L., Bierman, P., Lini, A., Neumann, T. 1 Jul 2020, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Formation and evolution of an extensive blue ice moraine in central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica, Kassab, C., Licht, K., Petersson, R., Lindbäck, K., Graly, J., Kaplan, M. 1 Feb 2020, In: Journal of Glaciology
  • Meteoric Be-10 as a tracer of subglacial processes and interglacial surface exposure in Greenland, Graly, J., Corbett, L., Bierman, P., Lini, A., Neumann, T. 1 Jul 2018, In: Quaternary Science Reviews
  • Polar desert chronologies through quantitative measurements of salt accumulation, Graly, J., Licht, K., Druschel, G., Kaplan, M. 1 Apr 2018, In: Geology
  • Two Metrics Describing the Causes of Seasonal and Spatial Changes in Subglacial Aqueous Chemistry, Graly, J., Humphrey, N., Licht, K. Nov 2018, In: Frontiers in Earth Science
  • Warm-based basal sediment entrainment and far-field Pleistocene origin evidenced in central Transantarctic blue ice through stable isotopes and internal structures, Graly, J., Licht, K., Kassab, C., Bird, B., Kaplan, M. Apr 2018, In: Journal of Glaciology

Aaditya Kapil Meteoric 10Be as a tracer of chemical weathering in glacial sediments Start Date: 01/10/2022

Geology PhD June 30 2016


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