Jordan Abell

Postdoctoral Fellow (Earth sciences; Environmental sciences)

University of Arizona


  • Controls on Yardang Development and Morphology: 1. Field Observations and Measurements at Ocotillo Wells, California
  • Eolian cannibalism: Reworked loess and fluvial sediment as the main sources of the Chinese Loess Plateau
  • Resilience of the Asian atmospheric circulation shown by Paleogene dust provenance
  • Urine salts elucidate Early Neolithic animal management at Aşıklı Höyük, Turkey
  • A wind-albedo-wind feedback driven by landscape evolution
  • Landscape evolution and development of eolian-modified unconsolidated gravel surfaces and yardangs in the Hami Basin, China
  • A Quantitative Model‐Based Assessment of Stony Desert Landscape Evolution in the Hami Basin, China: Implications for Plio‐Pleistocene Dust Production in Eastern Asia
  • Poleward and weakened westerlies during Pliocene warmth
  • Eccentricity forcing of East Asian monsoonal systems over the past 3 million years
  • Evaluating the Drivers of Quaternary Dust Fluxes to the Western North Pacific: East Asian Dustiness and Northern Hemisphere Gustiness
  • Global climate forcing on late Miocene establishment of the Pampean aeolian system in South America
  • A westerly wind dominated Puna Plateau during deposition of upper Pleistocene loessic sediments in the subtropical Andes, South America
  • Obliquity-driven subtropical forcing of the thermocline after 240 ka in the southern sector of the Western Pacific Warm Pool
  • Long‐Term Variability in Pliocene North Pacific Ocean Export Production and Its Implications for Ocean Circulation in a Warmer World
  • Quantifying Late Pleistocene to Holocene Erosion Rates in the Hami Basin, China: Insights Into Pleistocene Dust Dynamics of an East Asian Stony Desert
  • Discrepant mass accumulation rates of sediments in the South Pacific Ocean from 230Th and 3He measurements
  • From Desiccation to Re‐Integration of the Yellow River Since the Last Glaciation
  • A middle Pleistocene to Holocene perspective on sediment sources for the Tengger Desert, China
  • Mongolian Dust Activity Over the Last 25 Kyr Predominantly Driven by the East Asian Winter Monsoon: Insights From the Geochemistry of Lake Tuofengling Sediments
  • Climate Evolution Through the Onset and Intensification of Northern Hemisphere Glaciation

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Lucas Gloege

graduate research assistant - New York, NY

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