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Adam Maloof
Assistant Professor of Geosciences (Geology)

Department of Geosciences
213 Guyot Hall
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544

Phone: (609) 258-2844
E-Mail: maloof@princeton.edu

Vita [ pdf ]

December 30, 1975, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada

B.A., 1998 - Geology, Carleton College, Northfield, MN
M.A., 2001 - Earth & Planetary Sciences, Harvard University
Ph.D., 2004 - Earth & Planetary Sciences, Harvard University

Professional Experience
2006 - Assistant Professor of Geology, Princeton University
2004-2006 - Agouron Postdoctoral Fellow, MIT
1999, 2003 - Teaching Fellow, Harvard University

Research Interests
The use of sedimentary and volcanic rocks to extract information about Earth's ancient magnetic field, the relative motion of continents, perturbations to the global carbon cycle, and climate change.

Original Field Work
Okanagan Highlands, Canada
Amadeus, Officer and Flinders Basins, Australia
Andros Island, Bahamas
Lonar Crater, India
Keweenawan (Lake Superior), Canada
Fjordland, East Greenland
Victoria Island, Canada
Mackenzie Mountains, Canada
Svalbard, Norway
Anti-Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Newfoundland, Canada
Northern and Southern Namibia
Adrar, Mauritania
Varanger Peninsula, Norway

Baseball, Woodworking, Ice Hockey, Kayaking, Squash, Knitting

Updated 08/09/06