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Katherine Crabill
Katherine Crabill
(979) 845-7211
Eller O&M 313

Texas A&M University O&M Building
Room 313 MS 3146 
College Station, Texas 77843


M.S Oceanography, Texas A&M University, May 2017

B.S Geology, Minor in Oceanography, Dec. 2012


S-STEM Scholar (Fall 2014-Summer 2016)

Webber Fellowship (2016-2017)

Louis & Elizabeth Scherck Scholarship (2015-2016) 


OCNG 430 Geologic Oceanography: Spring 2017

OCNG 252: Fall 2014-Spring 2015


Katherine Crabill

Assistant Lecturer

Research Interests

  • Late Quaternary South Atlantic Ocean paleoceanography 
  • Carbonate sediments as paleoclimate and water mass indicators 
  • Analysis of sediment using XRF, XRD and coulometer techniques

Selected Publications

Crabill, K., Slowey, N., Foreman, A., and Charles, C. (unpublished). Late Quaternary carbonate deposition and oceanographic processes in the Southeast Atlantic Ocean, Unpublished Master's Thesis, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. 

Crabill, K., Slowey, N., Foreman, A., and Charles, C. (2015), poster. Late Quaternary carbonate accumulation along eastern South Atlantic Ocean, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall 2015 Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Niall Slowey

Department of Oceanography, Community Outreach Programs 

  • Rock Prairie Elementary STEM Discovery Night  Feb. 2017 
  • Coram Deo Academy Science Club  Feb. 2017 
  • High School freshman BETA Camp  July 2016 
  • Rock Prairie Elementary STEM Discovery Night  April 2016 
  • Women in Engineering, Girl Scout STEM Program  Feb. 2016 

Oceanography Graduate Council, Vice President

May 2015 - May 2016

Oceanography Graduate Council, Equipment Chair

August 2014 - Present

Professional Organizations:

Oceanography Graduate Council (August 2014-Present)

Texas A&M University Geology and Geophysics Society (January 2010 – Present)

Society of Underwater Technology (August 2014 – Present)

American Geophysical Union (August 2014 – Present)

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