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Jenna Patten
Jenna Patten
Phone:
(979) 845-7211
Email:
newmanj@tamu.edu
Office:
Eller O&M 317A
Address:

Texas A&M University O&M Building
MS 3146
College Station, Texas 77843-3146


Degrees:

B.S. Geology, Grand Valley State University

Awards:

ODASES Fellowship 2014-2016

National Science Foundation S-STEM Scholarship 2016-2018


Jenna Patten

Graduate Student

Research Interests

  • Research Project: 230-Th as a River Discharge Proxy for the Niger River

Selected Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Newman, J.M., Patten, J., Kashouh, M., & Carlin, D. 2011. Surficial material Geologic

Map of Herman 7.5’ Quadrangle Nebraska, USA.  University of South Dakota Missouri River Institute.

National Presentations and Abstracts

Newman, J.M., Hertzberg, J., & Mekik, F; 2013. MG/CA Paleothemometry of the Tropical/Subtropical Atlantic Ocean Using Globorotalia Menardii Fragmentation Index to Correct for Calcite Dissolution: Progress Toward a Global Dissolution Corrected Calibration. Dec 2013 American Geophysical Union annual fall meeting, San Francisco, CA. 

Patten, J., Newman, J.M., Egyed, V., Anderson, J., Albertson, R., Flores, D., Hendrix, C., Patterson, S., Grassman, D., Trimble, A., & Holbrook, J.; 2010. Quaternary Scour and Fill of the Missouri River Valley from Field Mapping and OSL Dates: a Buffer vs. Denudation Valley Origin for a Continental-Scale River. Oct 2010 Geological Society of America annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Trimble A., Anderson, J., Patten, J.B., Newman, J.M., Egyed, V., Albertson, R., Flores, D., Hendrix, C., Patterson, S., Grassman, D., & Holbrook, J.; 2010. Coupling Rates from OSL for Pattern Changes Triggered by Climate Change in the Trunk Missouri River Belt During the Holocene: A Counter-Intuitive Up-Dip Migration in Response. Oct 2010 Geological Society of America annual meeting, Denver, CO.

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Thomas and Dr. Marcantonio
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