Lee R. Kump

Professor of Geosciences

Affiliate, Earth System Science Center

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, Pennsylvania  16802

 

Education

A.B. Honors, University of Chicago, 1981, Geophysical Sciences

Ph.D., University of South Florida, 1986, Marine Sciences

 

Professional Experience          

2011-         Head, Department of Geosciences

2010-         Editor for Earth and Environmental Sciences, Nature Scientific Reports

2005-2011 Reviewing Editor, Science

2004-         Associate Director, Earth System Evolution Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research

2003-2010 Editor, Virtual Journal of Geobiology

1997-         Professor of Geosciences, Penn State

1996-2000 Co-Editor, Geology

1994-2000 Associate Head, Department of Geosciences, Penn State

1991-1997 Associate Professor of Geosciences, Penn State

1986-1991 Assistant Professor of Geosciences, Penn State

1981-1986 Research Assistant, University of South Florida

1981-1983 Geologist, United States Geological Survey Fisher Island Station (summers)

1979-1980 Research Assistant, University of Chicago

 

Honors and Awards

2012                      Fellow of the Geochemical Society and the European Association of Geochemistry

2009                      Distinguished Alumnus, University of South Florida

2007                      Wilson Research Award, Penn State College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

2005                      Faculty Mentoring Award, Penn State College of Earth and Mineral Sciences

2001                      Fellow, Geological Society of London

2000                      Distinguished Service Award, Geological Society of America

1997                      Fellow, Geological Society of America

1994                      Deike Research Award, Penn State

1991-1995             Marine Biological Association of the U.K., Geophysiology Modeling Fellowship

1992                      Provost's Award for Collaborative Instruction and Curricular Innovation

1990                      Bursary Fellowship, Marine Biological Association of the UK

1986-1987             Faculty Research Award

1985-1986             John B. Lake Fellowship in Marine Science

1982-1983             Graduate Council Fellowship, University of South Florida

1981                      National Association of Geology Teachers Summer Field Training Program Award

1981                      Special Honors in Geophysical Sciences, University of Chicago

 

Membership in Professional Organizations

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program, Fellow

Geological Society of London, Fellow

Geochemical Society

American Geophysical Union

Geological Society of America, Fellow

American Chemical Society, Geochemistry Division

American Academy of Underwater Sciences

 

Publications

Articles in Referred Journals

  1. Kump, L.R. and Garrels, R.M., 1986.  Modeling atmospheric O2 in the global sedimentary redox cycle.,  American Journal of Science, 286:337-370.
  2. Kirwan, A.D. and Kump L.R., 1987.  Models of geochemical systems from mixture theory:  diffusion.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 51:1219-1227.
  3. Kump, L.R., 1988.  Terrestrial feedback in atmospheric oxygen regulation by fire and phosphorus.  Nature, 335:152-154.

4.     Byrne, R.H., Kump, L.R. and Cantrell, K.J., 1988.  The influence of temperature and pH on trace metal speciation in seawater.  Marine Chemistry, 25:163-181.

  1. Kump, L.R., 1989.  Chemical stability of the atmosphere and ocean.  Global and Planetary Change, 1:123-136.
  2. Kump, L.R., 1989.  Alternative modeling approaches to the geochemical cycles of carbon, sulfur and strontium isotopes.  American Journal of Science, 289:390-410.

7.     Kump, L.R. and Byrne, R.H., 1989.  Palladium chemistry in seawater.  Environmental Science and Technology, 23: 663-665.

  1. Bluth, G.J.S. and Kump, L.R., 1991.  Phanerozoic paleogeology:  A new dimension to geochemical cycling models.  American Journal of Science, 291:284-308.
  2. Kump, L.R., 1991.  Interpreting carbon-isotope excursions:  Strangelove oceans. Geology, 19:299-302.

10.  Kump, L.R., Kasting, J.F., and Robinson, J.M., 1991.  Atmospheric oxygen variation through geologic time--introduction.  Global and Planetary Change, 97:1-3.

11.  Kump, L.R. and Holland, H.D., 1992.  Iron in Precambrian rocks: Implications for the global oxygen budget of the ancient Earth.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 56:3217-3223.

12.  Byrne, R.H. and Kump, L.R., 1993.  Comment on "Speciation of aqueous palladium (II) chloride solutions using optical spectroscopies" by C.D. Tait, et al., Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 57:1151-1156.

13.  Kump, L.R., 1993.  Oceans of change.  Nature (News and Views Section), 361:592-593.

14.  Kump, L.R., 1993.  Bacteria forge a new link.  Nature (News and Views Section), 362:790-791.

15.  Bluth, G.J.S. and Kump, L.R., 1994.  Lithologic and climatologic controls of river chemistry.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 58:2341-2359

  1. Gibbs, M.T. and Kump, L.R., 1994.  Global chemical erosion during the last glacial maximum and the present:  Sensitivity to changes in lithology and hydrology.  Paleoceanography, 9:529-543.

17.  Lovelock, J.E. and Kump, L.R., 1994.  Failure of climate regulation in a geophysiological model.  Nature, 369:732-734.

  1. Slingerland, R., Kump, L.R., Arthur, M., Fawcett, P., Sageman, B., and Barron, E., 1996. Estuarine circulation in the Turonian Western Interior Seaway of North America.Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 108: 941-952

19.  Mackenzie, F.T. and Kump, L.R., 1995. Reverse weathering, clay mineral formation, and ocean element cycles. Science (Perspectives), 270: 586-587.

  1. Kump, L.R. and Mackenzie, F.T., 1996. Regulation of atmospheric O2: Feedback in the microbial feedbag. Science (Perspectives), 271: 459-460.

21.  Richards, P. and Kump, L.R., 1997. Application of geographic information systems approach to watershed mass balance studies. Hydrological Processes, 11: 671-694.

  1. Gibbs, M., Barron, E.J., and Kump, L.R., 1997. An atmospheric pCO2 threshold for glaciation in the Late Ordovician. Geology, 25: 447-450.

23.  Machusak, D. and Kump, L.R., 1997. Environmental controls on groundwater chemistry in an offshore island aquifer: Fiesta Key, Florida. Aquatic Geochemistry, 3: 129-167.

  1. Kump, L.R., Arthur, M., Patzkowsky, M., Gibbs, M., Pinkus, D.S., and Sheehan, P., 1999. A weathering hypothesis for glaciation at high atmospheric pCO2 in the Late Ordovician. Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology Palaeogeography. 152: 173-187.

25.  Kump, L.R. and Arthur, M.A., 1999. Interpreting carbon-isotope excursions: Carbonates and organic matter. Chemical Geology 161: 181-198.

26.  Gibbs, M.T., Bluth, G.S., Fawcett, P.J., and Kump, L.R., 1999. Chemical weathering over the last 250 Myr: Variations due to paleogeography, paleoclimate, and paleogeology. American Journal of Science 299: 611-651.

27.  Corbett, D.R., Kump, L.R., Dillon, W., and Chanton, J., 2000. Fate of wastewater-borne nutrients under low discharge conditions in the subsurface of the Florida Keys, USA. Marine Chemistry 69: 99-115.

  1. Kump, L.R., Brantley, S.L., and Arthur, M.A., 2000. Chemical weathering, atmospheric CO2, and climate. Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 28: 611-667.

29.  Hotinski, R.M., Kump, L.R., and Najjar, R.G., 2000. Opening Pandora’s Box: The impact of open system modeling on interpretation of anoxia. Paleoceanography 15:267-279.

30.  Suits, N.S., Arthur, M.A., and Kump, L.R., in revision. A numerical simulation of sulfur isotopic fractionation during sulfate reduction and sulfide oxidation in modern sediments.  American Journal of Science.

31.  Dillon, K.S., Corbett, D.R., Chanton, J.P., Burnett, W.C., and Kump, L.R., 2000.  Bimodal transport of a wastewater plume injected into saline ground water of the Florida Keys. Ground Water 38(4): 624-634.

32.  Hotinski, R.M., Bice, K.L., Kump, L.R., Najjar, R.G., Arthur, M.A., 2001. Ocean stagnation and end-Permian anoxia. Geology, 29: 7-10.

33.  Kump, L.R., Kasting, J.F., and Barley, M.E., 2001. Rise of atmospheric oxygen and the “upside-down” Archean mantle. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 2, Paper number 2000GC000114.

34.  Kump, L.R., 2001. What drives climate? Nature (News and Views section) 408: 651-652.

35.  Kump, L.R., 2001. Chill taken out of the tropics. Nature (London), vol.413, no.6855, pp.470-471, 04 Oct 2001.

36.  Beerling, D.J., Lomax, B.H., Royer, D.L., Upchurch, G.R. Jr., and Kump, L.R., 2002. New constraints on atmospheric CO2 changes following the terminal Cretaceous biotic crisis. Proc. Nat’l. Acad. Sci. 99, 7844-7847.

37.  Kump, LR. 2002. Reducing uncertainty about carbon dioxide as a climate driver. Nature, v. 419, pp. 188-190.

38.  Hotinski, R.M., Kump, L.R., and Bice, K.L., 2002. Comment on “Could the Late Permian deep ocean have been anoxic?” by R. Zhang et al. Paleoceanography 17: 1052, doi:10.1029/2001PA000680.

39.  Dillon, K., Burnett, W., Kim, G., Chanton, J., Corbett, D.R., Elliott, K., and Kump, L., 2003 (in press). Groundwater flow and phosphate dynamics surrounding a high discharge wastewater disposal well in the Florida Keys. J. Hydrol.

40.  Hotinski, R.M., Kump, L.R., and Arthur, M.A., 2004. A d13C gradient from platform carbonates of the Pethei Group (Great Slave Lake Supergroup, N.W.T. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. 116: 539-554.

41.  Griggs, E.M., Kump, L.R., and Bohlke, J.K., 2003. The fate of wastewater-derived nitrate in the subsurface of the Florida Keys: Key Colony Beach, Florida. Est. Coastal Shelf Sci. 58: 517-539.

42.  Richards, P. and Kump, L.R., 2003. Soil pore-water distributions and the temperature feedback of weathering in the field. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 67: 3803-3816.

43.  Kurtz, A.C., Kump, L.R., Arthur, M.A., Zachos, J.C., and Paytan, A., 2003. Early Cenozoic decoupling of the global carbon and sulfur cycles. Paleoceanography 18(4), 1090, doi:10.1029/2003PA000908.

44.  Anderson, S.P., Blum, J., Brantley, S.L., Chadwick, O., Chorover, J., Derry, L., Drever, J., Hering, J., Kirschner, J., Kump, L., Richter, D., and White, A., 2004. Proposed initiative would study Earth’s weathering engine. EOS 85: 265-269.

45.  Kump, L.R., Pavlov, A., and Arthur, M.A., 2005. Massive release of hydrogen sulfide to the surface ocean and atmosphere during intervals of oceanic anoxia. Geology 33: 397-400.

46.  Herman, E.K. and Kump, L.R., 2005. Numerical models of microbial mats under Precambrian oceanic conditions: a modeling study. Geobiology 3: 77-92.

47.  Zachos, J.C. and Kump, L.R., 2005. Carbon cycle feedbacks and the initiation of Antarctic glaciation in the earliest Oligocene. Global and Planetary Change 47: 51-66.

48.  Kump, L.R. and Seyfried, W.E., 2005. Hydrothermal Fe fluxes during the Precambrian: Effect of low oceanic sulfate concentrations and low hydrostatic pressure on the composition of black smokers. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 235: 654-662.

49.  Kump, L.R., 2005. Ironing out the oxidation of the biosphere. Science (Perspectives) 307: 1058-1059.

50.  Panchuk, K.M., Holmden, C., and Kump, L.R., 2005. Sensitivity of the epeiric sea carbon isotope record to local-scale carbon cycle processes: Tales from the Mohawkian Sea. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 228: 320-337.

51.  Kump, L.R., 2005. Foreshadowing the glacial era. Nature (News and Views) 436: 333-334.

52.  Melezhik, V.A., Fallick, A.E., Hanski, E.J., Kump, L.R., Lepland, A., Prave, A.R., and Strauss, H., 2005. Emergence of the aerobic biosphere during the Archean-Proterozoic transition: Challenges of future research. GSA Today 15: 4-11.

53.  Bowen, G.J., Bralower, T.J., Dickens, G.R., Delaney, M., Kelly, D.C., Koch, P.L., Kump, L.R., Meng, J., Sloan, L.C., Thomas, E., Wing, S.L., and Zachos, J.C., 2006. Eocene hyperthermal event offers insight into greenhouse warming. EOS 87: 165, 169.

54.  Kump, L.R., Pavlov, A., and Arthur, M.A., 2006. Reply to Berner and Ward comment on Kump et al., 2005. Geology, on line forum.

  1. Riccardi, A.L., Arthur, M.A., Kump, L.R., and D’Hondt, S., 2006. Sulfur isotopic evidence for chemocline upwater excursions during the end-Permian. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70: 5740-5752.
  2. Riccardi, A.L., Kump, L.R., Arthur, M.A., and D’Hondt, S., 2007. Carbon isotopic evidence for chemocline upward excursions during the end-Permian event. Palaeogeograpy Palaeoclimatology Paleoecology 248: 73-81.

57.  Payne, J.L., Lehrmann, D.J., Follett, D., Seibel, M., Kump, L.R., Riccardi, A., Altiner, D., Sano, H., Wei, J., 2007. Erosional truncation of uppermost Permian shallow-marine carbonates and implications for Permian-Triassic boundary events. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 119: 771-784.

58.  Payne, J.L. and Kump, L.R., 2007. Evidence for recurrent Early Triassic massive volcanism from quantitative interpretation of carbon isotope fluctuations. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 256: 264-277.

59.  Kump, L.R. and Barley, M.E., 2007. Continental tectonics, increased subaerial volcanism and the rise of atmospheric oxygen. Nature 448: 1033-1036.

60.  Panchuk, K.M., Ridgwell, A., and Kump, L.R., 2008. Sedimentary response to Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum carbon release: A model-data comparison. Geology 36: 315-318.

61.  Hilting, A. K., Kump, L.R., and Bralower, T. J., 2008. Variations in the oceanic vertical carbon isotope gradient and their implications for the Paleocene-Eocene biological pump. Paleoceanography 23(3) PA3222, doi:10.1029/2007PA001458.

62.  Meyer, K. J. and Kump, L. R., 2008. Oceanic euxinia in Earth history: Causes and Consequences. Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Sciences 36:251–88.

63.  Meyer, K.J., Kump, L.R., and Ridgwell, A., 2008. The biogeochemical controls on photic-zone euxinia during the end-Permian mass extinction. Geology 36: 747-750.

64.  Kump, L.R., 2008. The rise of atmospheric oxygen. Nature v. 451: 277-278.

65.  Kump, L.R. and Pollard, D., 2008. Brevia: Amplification of Cretaceous warmth by biological cloud feedbacks. Science, 320: 195.

66.  Ohmoto, Hiroshi; Runnegar; Bruce; Kump, Lee R.; Fogel, Marilyn L.; Kamber, Balz; Anbar, Ariel D.; Knauth, Paul L.; Lowe, Donald R.; Sumner, Dawn Y.; Watanabe, Yumiko, 2008. Biosignatures in Ancient Rocks: A Summary of Discussions at a Field Workshop on Biosignatures in Ancient Rocks. Astrobiology 8: 883-907.

67.  Kump, L.R., 2009. Tipping pointedly colder. Science (Perspectives) 323: 1175-1176.

68.  Kump, L.R., Bralower, T.J., and Ridgwell, A., 2009. Ocean acidification in deep time. Oceanography 22: 94-107.

69.  Luo, Genming , Lee R. Kump, Jinnan Tong , Yongbiao Wang , Michael A. Arthur , Yang Hao , Qinxian Wang , Junhua Huang , Hongfu Yin , Shucheng Xie, 2010. Isotopic evidence for an anomalously low oceanic sulphate concentration following end-Permian mass extinction. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 300: 101-111.

70.  Jiang, S., Bralower, T.J., Patzkowsky, M.E., Kump, L.R., and Schueth, J.D., 2010. Geographic controls on nannoplankton extinction across the Cretaceous/Palaeogene boundary. Nature Geoscience doi:10.1038/ngeo775.

71.  Zerkle, A., Kamyshny, A. Jr., Kump, L.R., Farquhar, J., Oduro, H., and Arthur, M., 2010. Sulfur cycling in a stratified euxinic lake with moderately high sulfate: Constraints from quadruple S isotopes. Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta 74: 4953–4970.

72.  Kump, L.R., 2010. Earth’s second wind. Science (Perspective) 330: 1490-1491.

73.  Saltzman, M., Young, S., Kump, L., Gill, B., Lyons, T. and Runnegar, B., 2011. A pulse of atmospheric oxygen during the late Cambrian and implications for plankton and animal biodiversification. Proc. Nat’l Acad. Sci. 108: doi/10.1073/pnas.1011836108

74.  Gill, B., Lyons, T., Young, S., Kump, L., Knoll, A., and Saltzman, M.R., 2011. Geochemical evidence for widespread euxinia in the Later Cambrian ocean.  Nature 469: 80-83.

75.  Young, S.A., Saltzman, M.R., Foland, K.A., Linder, J.S., and Kump, L.R., 2009. A major drop in seawater 87Sr/86Sr during the Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian): Links to volcanism and climate. Geology 37: 951-954.

76.  Luo, G., Yongbiao Wang, Hao Yang, Thomas J. Algeo, Lee R. Kump, Junhua Huang, Shucheng Xie, 2011. Stepwise and large-magnitude negative shift in d13Ccarb preceded the main marine mass extinction of the Permian–Triassic crisis interval. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology 299: 70-82.

77.  Luo, Genming, Yongbiao Wang, Thomas J. Algeo, Lee R. Kump, Xiao Bai, Hao Yang, Le Yao and Shucheng Xie, 2011. Enhanced nitrogen fixation in the immediate aftermath of the latest Permian marine mass extinction. Geology 39: 647-650.

78.  Konhauser, K.O., Stefan V. Lalonde, Noah J. Planavsky, Ernesto Pecoits, Timothy W. Lyons, Stephen J. Mojzsis, Olivier J. Rouxel, Mark E. Barley Carlos Rosďere, Phillip W. Fralick, Lee R. Kump, and Andrey Bekker, 2011. Aerobic pyrite oxidation and acid-rock drainage during the Great Oxidation Event. Nature 478: 369-373.

79.  Charles, A., Daniel J. Condon, Ian C. Harding, Heiko Pälike, John E. A. Marshall , Ying Cui, Lee Kump, Ian W. Croudacea, and the WUN pACE Group, 2011. Constraints on the numerical age of the Paleocene/Eocene boundary. Geochem. Geoph. Geosys. 12, Q0AA17, 19 PP., 2011 doi:10.1029/2010GC003426

80.  Cui, Y., Kump, L.R., Ridgwell, A., Charles, A.J., Junium, C.K., Diefendorf, A.F., Freeman, K.H., Urban, N.M., and Harding, I.C., 2011. Slow release of fossil carbon during the Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Nature Geosciences 4: 481-485 DOI: 10.1038/NGEO1179.

81.  Meyer, K.M., Kump, L.R., Macalady, J., Schaperdoth, I., and Freeman, K., 2011. Carotenoid biomarkers as an imperfect reflection of the anoxygenic phototrophic community in meromictic Fayetteville Green Lake. Geobiology 9: 321-329.

82.  Honisch, B., Ridgwell, A., Schmidt, D., Thomas, E., Gibbs, S., Sluijs, A., Zeebe, RE., Kump, L., Martindale, R., Greene, S., Kiessling, W., Ries, J., Zachos, J., Royer, D., Barker, S., Marchitto, T., Moyer, R., Pelejero, C., Ziveri, P., Foster, G., and Williams, B., 2012. The geological record of ocean acidification. Science 335: 1058-1063.

83.  Schneider, L.J., Bralower, T.J., and Kump, L.R., 2011. Response of nannoplankton to early Eocene ocean destratification. Palaeogeogr. Palaeoclim. Palaeoecol. 253: 152-162.

84.  Falkowski, P.G. and 17 others (including Kump), 2011. Ocean deoxygenation: Past, present, and Future. EOS 92: 409-410.

85.  Kump, L.R., Junium, C., Arthur, M.A., Brasier, A., Fallick, A., Melezhik, V., Lepland, A., Crne, A., Luo, G., 2011. Isotopic evidence for massive oxidation of organic matter following the Great Oxidation Event. Science 334: 1694-1696.

86.  Horodyskyj, L.B., White, T.S., and Kump, L.R., 2012. Substantial biologically mediated phosphorus depletion from the surface of a Middle Cambrian paleosol. Geology 40: 503-506.

87.  Haluszczak, L.O., Rose, A., and Kump, L.R., 2013. Geochemical evaluation of flowback and production waters from Marcellus gas wells in Pennsylvania. Applied Geochemistry 28: 55-61.

  1. Cui, Y. and Kump, L.R., in press. Global warming and the Permian-Triassic extinction event: proxy and modeling perspectives. Earth-Science Reviews.
  2. Loope, G., Kump, L.R., and Arthur, M.A., 2013. Shallow-water redox conditions from Permian-Triassic boundary microbialites. Chemical Geology 351: 195-208.
  3. Kump, L.R., 2013. Sulfur isotopes and the stepwise oxygenation of the biosphere. Elements 8: 410-411.
  4. Weiczorek, R., Fantle, M.S., Kump, L.R., and Ravizza, G., 2013. Osmium isotopic evidence for volcanic activity prior to and enhanced terrestrial weathering during the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 119: 391-410.
  5. Olson, S.L., Kump, L.R., and Kasting, J.F., 2013. Quantifying the areal extent and dissolved oxygen concentrations of Archean oxygen oases. Chemical Geology 362: 35-43.
  6. Cui, Y., Kump, L.R., and Ridgwell, A., in press. Initial assessment on the carbon emission rate and climatic consequences during the Permian-Triassic mass extinction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.
  7. Schneider, L.J., Bralower, T.J., Kump, L.R., and Patzkowsky, M.E., 2013. Calcareous nannoplankton ecology and community change across the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Paleobiology 39: 628-647.
  8. Luo, G., Lee R. Kump, Junhua Huang, Chao Li, Yuansheng Du, Qinglai Feng, Xiaoyin Shi, Xiao Bai, Shucheng Xie, in press. Stratified shallow ocean prevailed from late Paleoproterozoic to middle Mesoproterozoic: Evidence from organic carbon isotopic composition. Earth and Planetary Science Letters.
  9. Charles, A.J., Harding, I.C., Dale, A., Dale, B., Marshall, J.E.A., Kump, L., in review. Seawater salinity changes during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in the Arctic: evidence from dinoflagellate cycst assemblages, Spitsbergen. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology.
  10. Pollard, D., Kump, L.R., Zachos, J.C., 2013. Interactions between carbon dioxide, climate, weathering and the Antarctic ice sheet in the earliest Oligocene. Global and Planetary Change 111: 258-267.
  11. Song, H., Tong, J., Algeo, T.J., Song, H., Qiu, H., Zhu, Y., Tian, L., Bates, S., Lyons, T.W., Luo, G., Kump, L.R., 2014. Early Triassic seawater sulfate drawdown. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 128: 95-113. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2013.12.009.

 

 

Books, Book Chapters, and non-refereed Publications

1.     Kump, L.R. and Hine, A.C., 1986. Ooids as sea-level indicators. In: van de Plassche, O. (ed.), Sea Level Research, Geobooks, Norwich, England. (Principal Author)

2.     White, T.S., Morrison, J.L., and Kump, L.R., 1990.  Formation of iron sulfides in modern salt marsh sediments (Wallops Island, Virginia).  Chapter 11 in:  Orr, W.L. and White, C.M. (eds.)  Geochemistry of Sulfur in Fossil Fuels, ACS Symposium:  Series 429, pp. 204-217.

3.     Kump, L.R., 1990.  Neogene geochemical cycles; Implication concerning phosphogenesis.  In:  Burnett, W. and Riggs, S.R. (eds.), Phosphate Deposits of the World, Vol. 3, Cambridge University Press, England, pp. 273-282.

4.     Kump, L.R. and Volk, T., 1991.  Gaia's garden and BLAG's greenhouse: global biogeochemical climate regulation.  In: Schneider, S.H. and Boston, P.J.0 (eds.), Scientists on Gaia, MIT Press, p. 191-199.

5.     Kump, L.R., 1991.  Biogeochemical cycle of oxygen.  In: Nierenberg, W.A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Earth System Science, Vol. 3 (M-Re), Academic Press, NY.

6.     Kump, L.R., 1992.  Coupling of the carbon and sulfur biogeochemical cycles over Phanerozoic time. In: Wollast, R. (ed.),  Interactions of C, N, P and S Biogeochemical Cycles, NATO ASI Series, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 475-490.

7.     Kasting, J.F., Holland, H.D., and Kump, L.R., 1992.  Atmospheric evolution:  the rise of oxygen.  Chapter 4.6 in Schopf, J.W. and Klein, C. (eds.), The Proterozoic Biosphere:  A Multidisciplinary Study.  Cambridge University Press, England, pp. 159-165.

8.     Kump, L.R., and Alley, R.B., 1994. Global chemical weathering on glacial time scales.  In: Usselman, T.M. and Hay, W.W. (eds.), Material Fluxes on the Surface of the Earth, National Research Council, Washington, DC, pp. 46-60.

9.     Kump, L.R. and Lovelock, J.E., 1995.  The geophysiology of climate.  In:  Henderson-Sellers, A. (ed.),  Future Climates of the World, V. 16, World Survey of Climatology, Elsevier Science BV, Amsterdam, Chapter 14p. 537-553.

10.  Kump, L.R., Gibbs, M., Arthur, M., Patzkowsky, M., and Sheehan, P., 1995. Hirnantian glaciation and the carbon cycle. In: Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System, Society of Sedimentary Geology, p. 299-302.

11.  Kump, L.R. and Arthur, M.A., 1997. Global chemical erosion during the Cenozoic: Weatherability balances the budget. In: W. Ruddiman (ed.), Tectonics Uplift and Climate Change, Plenum Publishing Co., pp. 399-426.

12.  Kump, L.R., Kasting, J.F., and Crane, R.H., 1999. The Earth System. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 350 pp.

13.  Kump, L.R. and Slingerland, R.L., 1999. Circulation and stratification of the Early Turonian Western Interior Seaway: Sensitivity to a variety of forcings. In: Barrera, E. and Johnson, C. (eds.), The Evolution of Cretaceous Ocean/Climate Systems, Special   Paper of the Geological Society of America 332: 181-190. 

14.  Gibbs, Mark T; Bice, Karen L; Barron, Eric J; Kump, Lee R, 2000. Glaciation in the early Paleozoic "greenhouse"; the roles of paleogeography and atmospheric CO2. In: Huber, B.T., MacLeod, K.G., and Wing, S.L., eds., Warm Climates in Earth History,Cambridge Univ. Press, U.K., 386-422.

15.  Kump, L.R., Kasting, J.F., and Crane, R.G., 2004. The Earth System, 2/e. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 419 pp.

16.  Kump, L.R., 2004. Self-regulation of ocean composition by the biosphere. In: Schneider, S.H., Miller, J.R., Crist, E. and Boston, P.J. (eds.) Scientists Debate Gaia II. MIT Press, Cambridge Mass. pp. 93-100..

17.  Kump, L.R., 2004. The geochemistry of mass extinction. In: Turekian, K.K. and Holland, H.D. (eds.) Treatise on Geochemistry. Holland: Elsevier, Ch. 7.14, p. 351-368.

18.  Kump, L. R., 2008. The role of seafloor hydrothermal systems in the evolution of seawater composition during the Phanerozoic. In: Lowell, R.P., Seewald, J.S., Metaxas, A., and Perfit, M.R. (eds.), Magma to Microbe: Modeling Hydrothermal Processes at Ocean Spreading Centers. Geophysical Monograph Series 178, Amer. Geoph. Union, pp. 275-284.

19.  Mann, M. and Kump, L., 2008. Dire Predictions: Understanding Global Warming. DK Publishing, New York, 208 pp.

20.  Slingerland, R.L. and Kump, L.R., 2011. Mathematical Modeling of Earth’s Dynamical Systems: A Primer. Princeton University Press, 231 pp.

21.  Kump, L.R., Kasting, J.F., and Crane, R.G., 2010. The Earth System, 3/e. New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 420 pp.

22.  Kump, L.R., 2011. The last great global warming. Scientific American, July, 2011, pp. 56-61.

23.  Melezhik, V., Prave, A., Hanski, E., Fallick, A., Lepland, A., Kump, L., Strauss, H. (eds.), 2012. Reading the Archive of Earth's Oxygenation. Volume 1: The Palaeoproterozoic of Fennoscandia as Context for the Fennoscandian Arctic Russia - Drilling Earth Project. Springer, Heidelberg, 490 pp.

24.  Melezhik, V., Prave, A., Fallick, A., Hanski, E., Lepland, A., Kump, L., Strauss, H. (eds.), 2012. Reading the Archive of Earth's Oxygenation. Volume 2: The Core Archive of the Fennoscandian Arctic Russia - Drilling Early Earth Project. Springer, Heidelberg, 550 pp.

25.  Melezhik, V., Kump, L., Fallick, A., Strauss, H., Hanski, E., Prave, A., Lepland, A. (eds.), 2012. Reading the Archive of Earth's Oxygenation. Volume 3: Global Events and the Fennoscandian Arctic Russia - Drilling Earth Project. Springer, Heidelberg, 512 pp.

26.  Canfield, D.E., and Kump, L.R., 2013. Carbon cycle makeover. Science 339: 533-534.

27.  Kump, L.R., 2014. The Geochemistry of Mass Extinction. Chapter 6.12 in Holland, H.D. and Turekian, K. (eds.) Treatise on Geochemistry, 2nd ed., Oxford University Press, UK, vol. 6, pp. 269-280, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-095975-7.01313-9.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Reviews

Kump, L.R., 1988.  It's a small world (Review of "Global Biogeochemical Cycles").  Nature, 335:466.

Kump, L.R., 1989.  Review of "History of Earth's Atmosphere."  Terra Nova, 1, 383-384.

Kump, L.R., 1992.  Review of "Numerical Adventures with Geochemical Cycles."  Journal of Geological Education, 40, p. 33.

Kump, L.R., 2009. A second opinion for our planet. Science (Book Reviews) 325: 539-540.

Kump, L.R., 2011. “Paleoclimates: Understanding Climate Change Past and Present” (by T. Cronin). EOS 92: 318-319.

 

 

 

Abstracts Presented at Meetings

Kump, L.R. and Garrels, R.M., 1985. Development of box models for prediction of oxygen levels in paleoatmospheres. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstr. Progr. 17: 635.

Kump, L.R., 1986. Evaporites, phosphorites, and the modeling of changes in ocean chemistry during the Proterozoic-Phanerozoic transition. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstr.  Progr. 18: 663.

Kump, L.R., 1986. Controls of atmospheric O2 on different time scales. EOS 67: 868.

Kump, L.R., 1987.  The long term regulation of atmospheric O2.  Presented at the "Annual Workshop in Earth System Science," Penn State, August, 1987.

Kump, L.R., 1987.  Interpreting isotopic records with global geochemical cycling models.  Presented at the AAPG research conference "Chemostratigraphy and Chemical Evolution of the Ocean-Atmosphere System," Fort Burgwin, New Mexico, October 1987.

Kump, L.R., 1987.  Iron isotopic variability in geological settings.  Abstract with Program, Geological Society of America 99th Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, October 1987.

Bluth, G.R. and Kump L.R., 1988.  Determination of iron isotope ratios by neutron activation analysis.  EOS, 69:115.

Kump, L.R. and Barron, E.J., 1988.  Coupled models of geochemical cycles and climate.  V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 11-13, 1988.

Kump, L.R. and Barron, E.J., 1988.  Geologic and geographic effects on paleoclimate.  Abstract with Program, Geological Society of America 20(7):A257.

Seymour, V.M. and Kump, L.R., 1989.  Early diagenesis of iron in coastal sediments.  EOS, 70:361.

Bluth, G.J., Kump, L.R., Schultz, P.A. and Barron, E.J., 1989.  Effects of geography, geology and the CO2-cycle on paleoclimates.  Abstract with Program, Geological Society of America 21(6): A138.

Kump, L.R., 1989. From geochemical cycles to earth system science: the unfinished work of Robert M. Garrels. Amer. Chem. Soc. Ann. Meeting, Miami.

Kump, L.R., 1990.  A two-box-ocean carbon isotope model: Implications for "Strangelove" oceans.  V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 2-4, 1990.

Kump, L.R., 1990.  Cretaceous paleogeology and its implications for paleoclimate.  SEPM Research Conference, Denver, CO, Aug. 20-24, 1990.

Bluth, G.J.S. and Kump, L.R., 1990.  Chemical denudation of the continents: Cretaceous and Recent.  Geological Society of America Abstract Program 22.

Kump, L.R. and Holland, H.D., 1990. Precambrian shales, iron formations, and the global iron cycle. Geol. Soc. Amer. Abstr. Progr. 22.

Kump, L.R., Barron, E.J., Bluth, G.J.S. and Schultz, P.A., 1990.  Phanerozoic chemical weathering and paleoclimate.  Chemical Geology 84:160-161.

Schultz, P.A. and Kump, L.R., 1991.  Applicability of CCM-derived runoff in future- and paleoenvironmental studies.  EOS 72:82.

Arthur, M.A., Kump, L.R., Dean, W.E., and Larson, R.L., 1991.  Superplume, supergreenhouse?  EOS 72:301.

Kump, L.R. with Bluth, G.J.S., Erosional Area-Age Curves for the Phanerozoic, invited, Geological Society of American National Meeting, 1991.

Kump, L.R. with Arthur, M.A.A., Global Chemical Weathering and the Carbon Cycle, invited, V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, 1992.

Kump, L.R., Clues about end-Permian Environmental Changes from Carbon Isotopic Composition of Coals, invited, V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, 1992.

Kump, L.R. with Kacandes, G. and Barnes, H.L., Experimental Study of the Smectite-Illite Reaction, invited, V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, 1992.

Kump, L.R., Bluth, G.J.S., Gibbs, M., and Barron, E.J., 1992.  The role of paleogeology in CO2-induced climate change.  International Geological Congress, Kyoto, Japan, August, 1992.

Kump, L.R., 1992, Atmospheric CO2 and Mesozoic Paleogeology.  Fourth International Congress on Paleoceanography, Kiel, Germany, September 1992.

Kump, L.R., 1992.  Geological perspective on climate change.  Keynote Symposium, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 1992.

Caldeira, K. and Kump, L.R., 1993.  Sr-isotopes, chemical weathering and atmospheric CO2 on the glacial-interglacial timescale. EOS 74, p. 177 (KC presentor).

Kump, L.R., Slingerland, R.L., Arthur, M.A. and Barron, E.J., 1993.  Modelling anoxia in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway.  National Meeting, Geological Society of America, Boston, October 1992.

Richards, P.A. and Kump, L.R., 1994. Scale dependence of chemical erosion rates in the field:  Results from the Susquehannar River Basin, Northeastern United States.  EOS 75, p. 97. (PAR presenter).

Kump, L.R., 1994.  Geophysiology of marine trace metals:  Response to mass extinctions.  Abstr. Prog., Geol. Soc. Amer. 26 (7), p. A-23.

Gibbs, M.T. and Kump, L.R., 1994. Increased riverine bicarbonate delivery to the ocean   during deglaciations. EOS xxx, p. 362. (MTG presenter)

Arthur, M.A., Kump, L.R. and Freeman, K.H., 1994.  The late Cretaceous carbon cycle and global paleoclimate.  Abstr. Prog., Geol. Soc. Amer. 26(7), p. A-93. (MAA presentor).

Altman, S.J. and Kump, L.R., 1994.  Non-conservative behavior of bromide, chloride and nitrate during a groundwater tracer test near the saturated/unsaturated interface.  Abstr. Progr., Geol. Soc. Amer. 26(7), p. A-200.

Monaghan, L. and Kump, L.R., 1995. The behavior of wastewater nutrients in the saline groundwaters of the Florida Keys. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.

Arthur, M.A., Slingerland, R., Kump, L.R., 1996. A new hypothesis for the origin of limestone/marlstone couplets in deposits of the Cretaceous Interior Sea of North America. Abstr. Progr., Geol. Soc. Amer. 28, p. A-65. (MAA presenter)

Kump, L.R., Arthur, M.A., Gibbs, M., Patzowsky, M. and Pinkus, D., 1996. Isotopic and modeling constraints on Late Ordovician atmospheric carbon dioxide levels: Climate paradox solved? Abstr. Progr., Geol. Soc. Amer. 28, p. A-226.

Kump, L.R., 1996. Introductory Earth system science: a geophysiological approach to Earth science education. Abstr. Progr., Geol. Soc. Amer. 28, p. A-99.

Kump, L.R., 1996. Evolution of marine trace metal regulation. Gaia in Oxford II: Evolution of the Superorganism, Oxford University.

Hotinski, R.M., and Kump, L.R., 1997. A geochemical investigation of the Pethei Group, Northwest Territories, Canada: Implications for Paleoproterozoic ocean chemistry. CSPG-SEPM Joint Convention, Program with Abstracts, p. 132.

Slingerland, R., Arthur, M.A., and Kump, L.R., 1997. Circulation and sediment transport in the Cenomanian/Turonian Western Interior Seaway of North America: Predictions from a Climate-Ocean Model. CSPG-SEPM Joint Convention, Program with Abstracts, p. 257.

Kump, L.R., 1997. Geophysiology as an organizational model for Earth system science laboratory exercises. Abstr. Prog. Geol. Soc. Amer. 29(6): A-179.

Hotinski, R.M., and Kump, L.R., 1997. The evolution of carbon isotope gradients through the Proterozoic and its implications for Neoproterozoic carbon dioxide levels. Abstr. Prog. Geol. Soc. Amer. 29(6): A-195.

Gibbs, M.T., Bice, K.L., Barron, E.J., and Kump, L.R., 1997. Glaciation in the early Paleozoic ÔgreenhouseÕ: The roles of paleogeography and atmospheric CO2. Abstr. Prog. Geol. Soc. Amer. 29(6): A-281.

Gibbs, M.T., Kump, L.R., and Barron, E.J., 1997. Late Ordovician GCM experiments with differing atmospheric CO2 levels implications for the Hirnantian glaciation. Abstr. Prog. Geol. Soc. Amer. 29(6): A-354.

Kump, L.R., Arthur, M., Patzkowsky, M., Gibbs, M., Pinkus, D.S., and Sheehan, P., 1997. High atmospheric carbon dioxide during Late Ordovician glaciation. Abstr. Prog. Geol. Soc. Amer. 29(6): A-354.

Arthur, M.A. and Kump, L.R., 1998. The Phanerozoic history of seawater oxygen isotopic composition. Spring Meeting, American Geophysical Union, Boston.

Hotinski, R., Kump, L.R., Bice, K., Najjar, R., Arthur, M.A., 1998. Quantiative assessment of ocean stagnation hypotheses for end-Permian extinction. Abstr. Progr. Geol. Soc. Amer. Ann. Meet. 30: A310.

Arthur, M.A., Sagemena, B.B., Dean, W.E., Slingerland, R.L., Kump, L.R., and White, T.S., 1998. Transgression, advection of oxygen-depleted water, and eutrophication of he mid-Cretaceous western interior seaway of North America. Abstr. Progr. Geol. Soc.         Amer. Ann. Meet. 30: A398.

Kump, L.R., 1998. The geophysiology of climate. International Ecology Conference, Florence, Italy.

Hotinski, R., Kump, L.R., and Najjar, R., 1998. Quantitative test of ocean stagnation hypotheses. 6th International Conf. on Paleoceanography, Lisbon, Portugal.

Arthur, M.A., Kump, L.R., Najjar, R., Hotinski, R., and Bice, K., 1998. When the rivers ran dry: an hypothesis for end-Permian mass extinction. Fall Meeting, Amer. Geop. Union, San Francisco.Zachos, J.C., Dickens, G.R., and Kump, L.R., 1999. Geologic evidence for biogeochemical feedbacs on greenhouse gas induced global warming: The Late Paleocene thermal maximum event. Abstr. Progr. Ann. Geol. Soc. Amer. 31(7): A120.

Kump, L.R., Zachos, J.C., 1999. Climate overshoots and adjustments: The Eocene-Oligocene transition. Abstr. Progr. Ann. Geol. Soc. Amer. 31(7): A121.

Hotinski, R.M., Kump, L.R., Arthur, M.A., and Bice, K.L., 1999. The role of ocean bioigeochemistry in the end-Permian mass extinction: numerical modeling results. Abstr. Progr. Ann. Geol. Soc. Amer. 31(7): A326.

Kump, L.R., 2000. High-resolution paleoceanography reveals the “heartbeat of Gaia.” 2nd AGU Chapman
Conference on the Gaia Hypothesis, Valencia, Spain, June, 2000.

Kump, L.R., 2000. Mantle redox evolution and the rise of oxygen. Astrobiology Science Conference, NASA-Ames Research Center, May, 2000.

Kump, L.R., 2000. Climate, weathering, and the Pangean supercycle. Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program Meeting, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 2000.

Kump, L.R., 2000. Mantle redox evolution and the rise of oxygen. Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program Meeting, Sainte-Adele, Quebec, Canada, Dec. 2000.

Kump, L.R., Kasting, J.F., and Barley, M.E., 2000. Plume Activity And The Rise Of Atmospheric Oxygen. Ann. Meeting, Geological Society of America, Reno, NV, Nov. 2000.

Kurtz, A., Kump, L.R., Arthur, M.A., and Zachos, J.C., 2000. The Importance Of Terrestrial Organic Matter In The Evolution Of Marine Sulfur And Carbon Isotopic Compositions In The Paleogene. Ann. Meeting, Geological Society of America, Reno, NV, Nov. 2000.

Kump, L.R. and Seyfried, W. E. Jr., 2001. Depressuriaztion of hydrothermal vents during Snowball Earth: Effects on ocean chemistry. Earth System Processes Meeting (Geol. Societies of London and America), Edinburgh, June 2001.

Hurtgen, M., Arthur, M.A., and Kump, L.R. 2001. The sulfur isotopic evolution of neoproterozoic seawater sulfate. Ann. Meeting Geological Soc. Amer, Boston, MA, Nov. 2001.

Kump, L.R., Griggs, E., Elliott, K., and Bohlke, J.K., 2002. Fate of wastewater nutrients in groundwaters of the Florida Keys. Geochemistry of the Earth Surface meeting, Oahu, May, 2002.

Kump, L.R., Arthur, M.A., Hotinski, R.M., and Pollard, D., 2002. Ocean circulation during Snowball Earth. Astrobiology Science Conference, NASA Ames, CA, April, 2002.

Kump, L.R., 2002. Carbon dioxide as a climate driver. V.M. Goldschmidt Conference of the Geochemical Society, Davos, Switzerland, August, 2002 (invited keynote).

Kump, L.R., 2002. Weathering through Earth History: Controls and Consequences. V.M. Goldschmidt Conference of the Geochemical Society, Davos, Switzerland, August, 2002 (invited keynote).

Zerkle, A., House, C., Kump, L., 2002. Microbial influences on trace-metal cycling in a meromictic lake. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA (Zerkle presented).

Arthur, M. and Kump, L., 2002. Carbon isotope excursions: fluxes feedbacks and fallacies. Geol. Soc. Amer. Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October 2002. (Arthur presented)

Herman, E. and Kump, L., 2002. Mathematical models of ancient and modern microbial mats. Geol. Soc. Amer. Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October 2002. (Herman presented)

Kurtz, A., Kump, L., Arthur, M., Zachos, J. and Paytan, A., 2002. Paleogene decoupling of the global carbon and sulfur cycles. Geol. Soc. London, Dec. 2002. (Kurtz presented)

Bachmann, M. and Kump, L.R., 2003. Tidal pumping and the fate of wastewater nutrients in the Florida Keys. Fall Meeting, Amer. Geop. Union, San Francisco, Dec. 2003. (Bachmann presenting)

Kump, L.R., Pavlov, A., Arthur, M.A., Kato, Y., and Riccardi, A., 2003. Death by hydrogen sulfide: A kill mechanism for the end-Permian mass extinction. Ann. Meeting, Geol. Soc. Amer., Seattle, Nov. 2003.

Bachmann, M., Kump, L., and Regan, J., 2004. Using nirS gene expression as a proxy for gene expression. Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract H21A-0996.

Riccardi, A.L., Arthur, M.A., Kump, L.R., and D’Hondt, S., 2004. Perturbations to the carbon aand sulfur cycle during the Permian-Triassic boundary event in southern China. Eos Trans. AGU, 85(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PP41A-0581.

Kump, L.R., 2004. Why did the rise of oxygen precede its “cause”? Abstr. Progr. Ann. Meeting Geol. Soc. Amer. Nov. 2004, Denver, Paper No. 105-13.

Kump, L.R., 2005. Environmental Upheval in the early Paleoproterzoic and the Timing of the Rise of Oxygen. Origins of Life Gordon Conference, January, 2005, Ventura, CA.

Kump, L.R., 2005. Oceanic Anoxia during Warm Intervals of Earth History. AAAS Annual Meeting, February, 2005, Washington, D.C.

Panchuk, K., Holmden, C., and Kump, L., 2005. Interpreting the global carbon isotope secuar curve in the context of epeiric sea dynamics. Earth System Processes 2, Calgary, Alberta Canada, August, 2005.

Riccardi, A., Kump, L., Arthur, M., and D’Hondt, S., 2005. Changes to the carbon and sulfur cycles during the end-Permian mass extinction. Earth System Processes 2, Calgary, Alberta Canada, August, 2005.

Panchuk, K., Ridgwell, A., and Kump, L., 2005. Looking forward by looking back: Response of the carbonate system to massive carbon addition at the Paleocene/Eocene boundary. Earth System Processes 2, Calgary, Alberta Canada, August, 2005.

Bachmann, M., Kump, L., and Regan, J., 2005. Gene expression as a proxy for subsurface microbial respiration rates: denitrification and the NIRS gene. Annual Meeting, Geol. Soc. Amer., Salt Lake City, Oct. 2005.

Ridgwell, A., Panchuk, K., and Kump, L., 2005. Carbonate lysocline and d13C changes at the PETM: How much carbon. EOS Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PP42A-06.

Melezhik, V., A.E. Fallick, E.J. Hanski, C.J. Hawkesworth, L.R. Kump, A. Lepland, A.R. Prave and H. Strauss, 2006. The Emerging Aerobic Earth System through Archaean-Palaeoproterozoic Transition: Problems and Perspectives. EGU, Vienna, 2006.

Meyer, K., Kump, L., and Ridgwell, A., 2006. Hydrogen sulfide eruptions and the Permian extinction. Astrobiology Science Conference, Washington DC, March, 2006.

Meyer, K., Kump, L., and Ridgwell, A., 2006. The Late Permian Ocean: What’s the Big Stink? AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December, 2006.

Kump, L. and Barley, M., 2006. Abrupt onset of subaerial volcanism . . . GSA Ann. Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006.

Gill, B., Lyons, T., Kump, L., and Saltzman, M., 2006. Kinderhookian-Osagean carbon isotopic . . . GSA Ann. Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006.

Horodyskyj, L., White, T., and Kump, L., 2006. Search for early terrestrial life: . . . GSA Ann. Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006.

Meyer, K., Kump, L., and Ridgwell, A., 2006. Hydrogen sulfide release form the end-Permian ocean . . . GSA Ann. Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006.

Kump, L., Meyer, K., and Ridgwell, A., 2006. Hydrogen sulfide as a linke between . . . GSA Ann. Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006.

Bice, D., Bralower, T., Freeman, K.,  Furman, T., House, C., Kump, L., and Macalady, J., 2006. Undergraduate curricula for the 21st century . . . GSA Ann. Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006.

Riccardi, T., Arthur, M., and Kump, L., 2006. Carbon isotopic evidence for . . . GSA Ann. Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006.

Ridgwell, A., Panchuk, K., and Kump, L., 2007. Application of Earth system models to understanding catastrophic changes in global carbon cycling at the PETM. EUG, Vienna, 2007.

Gill, B., Lyons, T., Saltzman, M., Kump, L., 2008. Geochemical evidence of enhanced ocean anoxia during the Late Cambrian SPICE event and implications for trilobite biomere extinctions. Cordilleran Section (104th Annual) and Rocky Mountain Section (60th Annual) Joint Meeting of the Geological Society of America (19–21 March 2008).

Kump, L.R., 2007. Yet another solution to the warm polar climate problem. Earth System Evolution Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Annual Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec, 2007. (invited)

Presentation to the Paleocene-Eocene Carbon and Water Cycle project workshop, Santa Cruz, 2007. (invited)

Kump, L.R., 2007. Elevating atmospheric oxygen: ramp, steps, or roller coaster. Geological Society of American Annual Meeting, Denver, 2007 (invited).

GILL, Benjamin, LYONS, Timothy, KUMP, Lee, YOUNG, Seth, and SALTZMAN, Matt, 2007. A LATE CAMBRIAN OCEAN ANOXIC EVENT. Geological Society of American Annual Meeting, Denver, 2007 (submitted).

SALTZMAN, Matthew R.1, YOUNG, Seth1, GILL, Ben2, LYONS, Tim2, KUMP, Lee3, and RUNNEGAR, Bruce4, 2007. INCREASED CARBON ISOTOPIC FRACTIONATION DURING THE LATE CAMBRIAN SPICE EVENT AND A PULSE OF ATMOSPHERIC OXYGEN. Geological Society of American Annual Meeting, Denver, 2007 (submitted).

Gill, B,
 Young, S,
 Kump, L, Saltzman, M,
 Lyons, T, 2007. The Geochemical Figure Print of an Early Paleozoic OAE. Amer. Geop. Union Annual Meeting, 2007. (invited).

Meyer, K.M., Kump, L.R., and Ridgwell, A., 2007. Global Warmth and Nutrient Trapping Enhance End-Paleozoic Euxinia in an Earth System Model. Amer. Geop. Union Annual Meeting, 2007. (invited).

Horodyskyj, L., White, T., and Kump, L. R., 2008. Soil formation in the prevegetated world. Astrobiology Science Conference, Santa Clara, California, April, 2008. (submitted).

Gill, B., Saltzmann, M., and Kump, L.R., 2008. Paleozoic oceanographic and climatic changes: Evidence from seawater geochemistry and sedimentology records. Ann. Meeting, Geol. Soc. Amer., Houston.

White, T., Kump, L., Junium, C., 2008. Evidence for PETM carbon cycle disruption in the high Arctic: Results of the WUN-pACE initiative. 33rd International Geology Conference, Oslo, August, 2008. (invited)

Kump participation in ICDP FAR-DEEP Workshop, Trondheim, Norway May 2008

Kump, L.R., 2008. Seafloor spreading and ocean chemistry. Canadian Institute for Advanced Research Earth System Evolution Program Annual Interaction Meeting, Quebec City, Canada, April 2008. (invited)

Kump, L.R., 2008. Permian extinction by hydrogen sulfide: birth (and death?) of a good idea. Urbino Summer School for Paleoclimatology Keynote Lecture, Urbino Italy, July 2008.

Meyer, K.M., Kump, L.R., and Ridgwell, A., 2008. The nitrogen cycle duringthe transition to euxinia. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, abstract #PP42A-03, San Francisco, Dec. 2008. (invited)

Kump, L.R., Meyer, K.M., and Ridgwell, A., 2008. Investigating the cause and consequences of oceanic anoxia. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, abstract #PP33D-05, San Francisco, Dec. 2008. (invited)

Saltzmann, M.R., Kump, L.R., Gill, B., Lyons, T., Young, S., and Runnegar, B., 2008. The Late Cambrian SPICE Event: A global carbon cycle perturbation. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, abstract #PP33A-1533, San Francisco, Dec. 2008. (contributed)

Horodyskyj, L.B., White, T.S., and Kump, L.R., 2008. Biosignatures in Middle Cambrian paleosols. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, abstract #P54A-03, San Francisco, Dec. 2008. (contributed)

Schneider, L. J.; Bralower, T. J.; Kump, L. R.; Hilting, A. K., 2008. The Paleoecology of Eocene Nannoplankton and Global Oceanographic Variability During the Early-Middle Eocene. Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union, abstract #P33B-1551, San Francisco, Dec. 2008. (contributed)

Kump, L.R., 2009. The carbon cycle on fossil fuels. Annual Meeting, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Denver, June 2009.

Saltzman, M., Seth Young, Lee Kump, Ken Foland, Steve Leslie, 2009. The Late Ordovician glaciation and mass extinction: Relation to basaltic weathering and volcanic degassing. Ann. Meeting, Geol. Soc. America, Portland, OR, Oct. 2009.

Kump, L.R., Meyer, K.M., Ridgwell, A., and Payne, J.L., 2009. Biosphere response to volcanic CO2 release: Siberian Traps and End-Permian Mass Extinction. Ann. Meeting, Geol. Soc. America, Portland, OR, Oct. 2009.

Kump, L.R., Condie, K.C., and Arthur, M.A., 2009. Co-evolutionary implications of alternative models of plate tectonics in Earth history. Ann. Meeting, Geol. Soc. America, Portland, OR, Oct. 2009

Urban, N., Bralower, T., Keller, K., and Kump, L., 2009. Statistical interpretation of the rate of carbon isotope changes at the onset of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Kump, L.R., Ridgwell, A., 2009. Ocean acidification: been there, done that. Goldschmidt Conference, Davos, Switzerland, June, 2009.

Kump, L.R., 2009. Interactions between the geosphere and biosphere. The Earth: Within and Beyond, EMS Symposium, Sept. 2009, University Park.

Runnegar, B., et al., 2010. Cambrian Spice (Steptoean Positive Carbon Isotope Excursion) As A Model For Comparable Proterozoic High-Amplitude Isotopic Events. Geol. Soc. Amer. Ann. Meeting, Denver, CO.

Cui, Ying1,*, Lee R. Kump1, Andy Ridgwell2, Chris K. Junium3, Aaron Diefendorf1, Kate Freeman1, Nathan Urban4, 2010. Carbon addition during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: Model inversion of a new, high-resolution carbon isotope record from Svalbard. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2010.

Kump, L.R. et al., 2010. Carbon and nitrogen cycling pursuant to the Great Oxidation Event: Evidence from the Paleoproterozoic of Fennoscandia. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2010.

Junium, C., Lee R. Kump, Michael A. Arthur, Victor Melezhik, Aivo Lepland, and the FAR-DEEP Team, 2011. Nitrogen cycling following The Great Oxidation Event, evidence from the Paleoproterozoic of Fennoscandia. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2011.

Kump, L.R., 2011. Keynote speaker, Swiss Geosciences Meeting, Zurich, Nov. 2011.

Kump, L.R., 2011. The great oxidation event. Geobiology Gordon Research Conference, Ventura, CA, Jan. 2011.

Kump, L.R., 2011. Why geologists aren’t meteorologists. Keynote Speaker, Northeast/Southeast GSA Regional Meeting, March, 2011.

Olson, S.L., Kump, L.R., and Kasting, J.F., 2012. Quantifying the areal extent and dissolved oxygen concentrations of Archean oxygen oases. Astrobiology Science Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 2012.

Hunter, S., Kump, L.R., Macalady, J., Freeman, K.H., and Fulton, J.M., 2012. Spatio-temporal variability in the chemocline community at Fayetteville Green Lake. Astrobiology Science Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 2012.

Kump, L.R., 2012. Super-high oxygen levels during the Great Oxidation Event. Keynote, Goldschmidt Conference, Montreal.

Kump, L.R., 2012. Killed by geochemistry: mass extinction in toxic oceans. Plenary, Goldschmidt Conference, Montreal.

Kump, L.R., 2012. Super-high oxygen levels in the Paleoproterozoic. Earth System Evolution Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, February, 2012, Hawaii.

Kump, L.R., 2012. When it’s hot, it’s not (oxygenated). Earth System Evolution Program, Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, September, 2012, Boston.

Collins, n., Bebout, G., Cook-Kollars, J., and Kump, L., 2013. Record of subduction zone carbon cycling in HP/UHP rocks, W. Alps. Abstracts, Goldschmidt Conference, Florence.

Kump, L.R., 2013. The ocean’s biological pump in deep time. Abstracts, Goldschmidt Conference, Florence.

Kump, L.R., 2013. Heinrich Holland’s Big Event: The Great Oxidation. Abstracts, Goldschmidt Conference, Florence.

Fantle, M., Wieczorek, R., Kump, L., and Ravizza, G., 2013. Geochemical evidence for volcanic activity prior to and enhanced terrestreail weathering during the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum. Abstracts, Goldschmidt Conference, Florence.

McClure, B., Havig, J., Sowers, T., Hamilton, T., McCormick, M., and Kump, L., 2013. Dynamics of the methane profile through the water column of meromictic Fayetteville Green Lake, N.Y. Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Bebout, G., Collins, N., Cook-Kollars, J., Angiboust, S., Agard, P., Scambelluri, M., John , T., and Kump, L.R., 2013. Subduction-zone metamorphic pathway for deep car bon cycling: Evidence from the Italian Alps and the Tianshan. Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Cui, Y., Kump, L. and Ridgwell, A., 2013. Could ocean acidification have caused the end-Permian mass extinction? An Earth system model evaluation. Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Bachan, A. and Kump, L., 2013. Modeling the consequences of Proterozoic oxygenation. Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Rybacki, K., and Kump, L., 2013. Deciphering the origin of the ca. 2.06 Ga anomalously oxidized volcanics of Fennoscandia, Arctic Russia. Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Kump, L.R., 2013. Oceanic anoxic events: remarkable in the ir occurrence or their absence? Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

 

Organization of and Participation in Seminars and Workshops

Robert M. Garrels Colloquium on Geochemical Cycles in the Hydrosphere and Atmosphere, November, 1987, Geochemical Society, Co-Convener and speaker.

Earth Sciences Seminar, Prentice-Hall, June, 1989, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., invited participant.

Global Change Course Educational Initiative, June, 1989, National Center for Atmospheric Research, invited participant.

National Research Council, Panel on Surficial Geofluxes, July, 1989, Washington, D.C., panel member.

USA Today - NASA Visions of Exploration, December, 1990, NASA-Lewis Research Center, invited participant.

International Association of Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry, Working Group on Geochemistry of Weathering, Diagenesis and Sedimentary Processes, 2nd International Symposium, July, 1990, Aix-en-Provence, France, Secretary-General, elect

Atmospheric Oxygen Variation Through Geologic Time, July, 1990, PSU Earth System Science Center, Conference Organizer (with Kasting and Robinson).

NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Interactions of C, N, P, and S Biogeochemical Cycles, March, 1991, Melrieux, Belgium, invited speaker, rapporteur

Clay Mineral Diagenesis in Sedimentary Basins, May, 1992, Goldschmidt Conference, Reston, Virginia, Co-Convener.

Global Carbon Cycle and Climate Change, August, 1992, International Geological Congress, Kyoto, Japan, Co-Convener.

Geochemistry of the Earth Surface, August, 1993, Penn State, International Association of Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry, Secretary-General and Chair of the Symposium

NSF Workshop on Environmental Geochemistry and Biogeochemistry, May, 1994, Airlie, Virginia, rapporteur.

NSF RIDGE/NOAA Workshop on Global Impact on Submarine Hydrothermal Processes, September, 1994, Boulder, Colorado, Invited Participant

Marine Trace Metal Biogeochemistry and the Sedimentary Record, October, 1994, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Co-Convener

Global Change Curriculum Workshop, Lehigh University, invited participant, May, 1995.

Geochemical Cycles, SEPM Congress on Sedimentology, 1995, Session Chair

Workshop on Geochemical Earth Reference Model, 1996, Lyon, Co-Convener.

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program, 1996, Bochum, Germany, Invited Workshop Participant

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program, 1996, Toronto, Canada. Member.

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program, 1997, Ottawa, Canada. Member.

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program, 1998, Santa Cruz (co-organizer).

Preparing Graduate Students for Teaching, National Association of Geology Teachers Workshop, October 1999. (Participant)

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program, 2000, Calgary.

ODP Opportunities in Geochemistry for Post-2003 Drilling. Tyngsboro, MA, Oct. 2000.

Participated in workshop, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers “Florida Keys Carrying Capacity Study,” Key Largo Florida, Jan. 2001.

Gave plenary address to conference on Sustained and Sustainable Development, European Union Treaty for Atomic Energy, Madrid Spain, Dec. 2002

DOSECC drilling workshop, Washington, DC, Oct. 2005

Lecturer for 1 week, Agouron Geobiology Summer School, July 2005

Invited Lecture, Agouron meeting on Oxygen, Santa Fe, NM, April, 2006

Invited Lecturer, 2006 RIDGE Theoretical Institute, Mammoth Lakes, CA

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Earth System Evolution Program, 2006, Chicago

Agouron Institute Drilling Workshop, Pasadena, CA, Nov. 2006

EPRI Global Climate Change Conference, Washington, DC May, 2009

Ocean Leadership Ocean Acidification meeting, Miami January 2009

Geobiology Summer Course, Catalina Island, July, 2012

Evolution of Carbon Cycle Dynamics, Santa Cruz, CA, December, 2012 (keynote speaker)

Understanding Global Change, UC Berkeley, January, 2013 (science advisor to project)

 

Speaking Engagements

Department of Oceanography, Old Dominion University, Invited Speaker, January, 1988.

Department of Geography, Penn State, Invited Speaker, April, 1988.

New York Academy of Sciences, Geological Sciences Section, Invited Speaker, January,    1989.

Lehigh University, Department of Geological Sciences, Invited Speaker, October, 1990.

University of Michigan, Department of Geological Sciences, Turner Distinguished Lecturer,

October, 1991

Marine Biological Association, United Kingdom (Plymouth, England), Visiting Lecturer, July, 1992

New York University, Department of Applied Sciences, invited lecture, June, 1993

University of Wyoming, Department of Geology and Geophysics, Wolf Foundation

Distinguished Lecture Series, October, 1993

Rutgers University, Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences, April, 1994

Marine Biological Association, United Kingdom (Plymouth, England), Visiting Lecturer, 1994

Northwestern University, Department of Geological Sciences, October, 1994

University of Hawaii, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, lecturer, 1995.

Old Dominion University, Distinguished Visitors Seminar Program, College of Science, 1996.

Yale University, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Global Change Lecture Series, 1996.

University of Chicago, Dept. of Geophysical Sciences, 1997.

University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, Dept. of Geological Sciences, 1997.

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Lewis G. Weeks Lecture, 1997.

Dartmouth University, Dept. of Earth Sciences, 1998.

Syracuse University, Dept. of Geology, 1998.

University of Vermont, Dept. of Earth Sciences, 1998.

Lehigh University, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Sciences, 1999

Cornell University, Dept. of Geology, 1999

Bucknell University, Dept. of Geology, 1999

University of Iowa, Dept. of Geology, 1999

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Marine Geology and Geophysics, 2000

Dalhousie Univeristy, 2000

University of Rochester, 2002

Boston University, 2002

Texas A&M, 2003

USC, 2003

Washington University, 2003

SUNY-Binghamton, 2004

University of Hawaii, 2004

Rice University, 2005

Norwegian Geologic Survey, Goldschmidt Lecturer, 2005

Harvard University, 2006

Visiting Scholar, James Madison University, March, 2006

Yale University, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, October, 2006

Conference on the Gaia Hypothesis, Northern Virginia Park System, George Mason University, October, 2006

Caltech, Dept. of Geological and Planetary Sciences, December, 2006

University of Nebraska T. Mylan Stout Lecturer, March 28, 2008.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, Invited Lecturer, October 15-16, 2008.

University of Cincinnati, Department of Geology, Invited Lecturer, November 14, 2008.

New Rochelle High School, New York, New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence, November 17, 2008.

Rutgers University Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, October, 2009.

College of Marine Sciences, University of South Florida, November, 2009.

Yale University, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, February, 2010.

Williams College, Dept. of Geology, November, 2010, Invited.

SUNY Stony Brook, Dept. of Geosciences, March 2010.

PAGES Workshop, Paleocean Acidification, August, 2010. Invited.

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, Annual Meeting, Boston, Sept. 2010, Invited.

NASA Astrobiology Institute, Ocean Deoxygenation workshop, March-April 2010, Invited.

Co-Organized and co-led a field workshop on Anoxygenic Phototrophic Ecosystems: Modern and Ancient, held in Fayetteville, New York, October, 2010. Sponsored by the NASA Astrobiology Institute,  the Agouron Institute, and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.

Plenary Speaker, 15th Annual Community Climate System Model Workshop, Breckenridge, CO, June, 2010 (Invited).

International Conference on Geobiology 2010, Wuhan China, June 2010, Invited.

Ocean Acidification Workshop (WUN), 2011, Friday Harbor Lab, Washington (Aug/Sept, 2011).

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, annual workshop, Montreal, Canada, Sept. 2011.

Harvard University, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, March, 2012.

Hobart William Smith College, Dept. of Geoscience, October, 2012.

University of Toronto, Distinguished Lecturer for the Centre for Global Change Science, January, 2013.

 

 

Professional Activities

Worldwide Universities Network, Climate and Oceanography Exemplar, PSU Representative

V.M. Goldschmidt Award Committee, Geochemical Society (2001-2002); Chair, 2003

Penrose Medal Committee, Geological Society of America (2001-2003)

Associate Editor, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2000-2006)

Editor, Virtual Journal of Geobiology (2002-present)

Associate Editor, Geobiology (2007-present)

Co-Editor, Geology (1996-2000)

Nominator, The Heinz Award (1995-2000)

Publications Committee, Geological Society of America (1996-2000)

Penrose Medal Committee, Geological Society of America (2001-2004)

Executive Committee, International Association of Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry, Working Group on Geochemistry of Weathering and Diagenesis of Sediments, 

Search Committee, Dean’s Position, College of Marine Science, University of South Florida (2006)

National Research Council, Committee on the Importance of Deep-Time Geologic Records for Understanding Climate Change Impacts (2007-2009)

 

Manuscripts Reviewed for:

American Journal of Science            Geology

Meteoritics                                      Journal of Sedimentary Petrology

Nature                                             Science

Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta  Global and Planetary Change
Journal of Geology                           Chemical Geology

Paleoceanography                           Terra Nova

 

Proposals Reviewed for:

National Science Foundation

American Chemical Society (Petroleum Research Fund)

Joint Oceanographic Institutions

NERC (UK)

NSERC (Canada)

 

Departmental Reviews

Eckerd College, Program in Marine Sciences, 2000

University of Kansas, Dept. of Geology (AAAS Review), 2000

Northwestern University, Dept. of Geological Sciences, 2001

University of South Carolina, EPSCOR review, 2001

University of North Carolina, Dept. of Geological Sciences, 2006

University of Toronto, Dept. of Earth Sciences, 2013

 

Grants and Contracts

1983-1984                 American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Grant-in-Aid, $700, A Study of the Geology of West Florida

1986-1987                 Pennsylvania State University, Faculty Research Award, $3,000, A Study of the Iron Stable Isotopes

1987-1989                 Petroleum Research Fund, $18,000, A Study of the Iron Stable Isotopes

1988-1990                 National Science Foundation, $140,000, Coupled Models of Geochemical Cycles and Climate (with E. Barron)

1988-1989                 Texaco, $15,000, Isotopic Modeling of Carbon and Sulfur Cycles

1989-1992                 National Science Foundation, $145,900, Minority Recruitment Outreach Demonstration Project (J.J. Cahir, Principal Investigator)

1989-1990                 National Science Foundation, $23,611, Global Change Course Development (NCAR)

1990-1991                 National Science Foundation, $13,406, Natural Variability in Iron Stable Isotopes

1990-1992                 Gas Research Institute, $130,000, Clay Conversion in the Formation of Pressure Chambers in Sedimentary Basins

1990-1992                 National Science Foundation, $97,000, Phanerozoic Chemical Weathering and Paleoclimate (with E. Barron)

1991-1992                 PAC of Clays, $2,500, Faculty Research Award

1992                           Gas Research Institute, $360,213, Clay Conversion in the Formation of Pressure Chambers in Sedimentary Basins

1992-1994                 National Science Foundation, $250,000, Global Change in Cretaceous Seaways (one of four co-PIs)

1992-1995                 National Science Foundation, $218,695, Kinetics of Smectite-Illite Transformation

1992-1996                 Shell Research Limited (Marine Biological Association of the UK), $40,000, Geophysiology Modeling

1993-1995                 National Science Foundation, $112,768, Atmospheric CO2 and Glaciation

1994-1997                 Penn State University, $45,000, Nutrient Behavior in Saline Groundwater of the Florida Keys

1994-present              NASA, $1,830,000, Global Water Cycle:  Extension Across the Earth Sciences  (E.J. Barron, Principal Investigator)

1995-1997                 Environmental Protection Agency, $100,000, Fate of Wastewater Nutrients in the Florida Keys.

1996-1997                 NASA, $9480, Investigation of isotopic evidence for an active planktonic biota in the Paleoproterozoic (seed grant)

1997-1999                 EPA, $100,000, Behavior of Wastewater Nutrients in Groundwater of the Florida Keys.

1998-2000                 NSF, $97,203, Quantitative Assessment of Ocean Stagnation Hypotheses.

2002-2006                          NASA, ~$4.5M, Penn State Astrobiology Research Center (co-PI; H. Ohmoto, Principal Investigator)

2002-2005                          NSF, $158,047, Upgrading Computing Hardware to Support Geoscience Initiatives,

(one of 11 co-PIs)

2002-2007                          NSF, $260,936, The Consequences of Greenhouse Warming on Biocomplexity and Biogeochemical Cycles across the Paleocene-Eocene Boundary (Penn State share; J. Zachos, UC Santa Cruz PI, 6 other co-PIs)

2002-2006                          NSF, $250,000, Extremes of Ocean Biogeochemistry: Focus on the Permian-Triassic

                                   Boundary (Kump, PI; M. Arthur, co-PI)

2003                           Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection, $90,000, Assessment of the impact of waste-

                                   water injection on nearshore waters of the Florida Keys

2005-2007                 Understanding carbon isotope excursions in the Paleozoic (co-PI with M. Saltzman, Ohio

                                   State) NSF, $61,946 (PSU part)

2006-2010                 Collaborative Research; The Dynamics Of Carbon Release And Sequestration: Case                                    Studies Of Two Early Eocene Hyperthermals. NSF-Carbon and Water Cycle, (T.     Bralower, Co-I), $605,145.

2008-2012                 Collaborative Research: The Siberian Traps and the end-Permian Extinction: Coincidence                                    and Causality, one of several co-PIs, NSF Continental Dynamics, Kump part $410,732,                                    funded.

2007-2008                 FAR-DEEP: Fennoscandian Arctic Russia Drilling Early Earth Project, NSF and NASA,                                    Kump PI on US part, $76,250 to each agency, funded.

2007-2009                 Numerical Modeling of the Greenhouse-Icehouse Transition: Eocene-Oligocene Boundary (D. Pollard, co-PI), NSF Geobiology and Environmental Geochemistry, $250,266,     funded.

2008-2010                 Collaborative Research: Environmental and Biogeochemical

Reorganization During the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen (NASA/NSF; Kump,

PI; PSU part            $100,000) funded.

2009-2013                 Signature of Life from Earth and Beyond (Kump one of several co-

                                   PIs, NASA Astrobiology Institute, Kump part $349,342) funded.

2013                           Evaluating atmospheric oxygen levels during the Great Oxidation Event. NASA

                                   Astrobiology Director’s Discretionary Fund, $19,997.

 

2009-2013                 Collaborative Research: Environmental and Biogeochemical Reorganization During the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen (NSF and NASA, Kump part $102,000).

 

 

 

Course Instruction

Sedimentary Geochemistry, Geosciences 523

Field Methods in Sedimentary Geochemistry, Geosciences 597B

Gaia - The Earth System, Earth 2

Chemical Evolution of Atmosphere and Ocean, Earth 402

Marine Biogeochemistry, Geosciences 497D

Modeling the Carbon Cycle, Geosciences 497A

Advanced Earth System Science Seminar, Geosciences 597C

Physical and Chemical Sedimentology, Geosciences 497A

Mathematical Modeling in the Geosciences, Geosciences 561

The Cause of Coral Reef Demise, Earth 497 (CAUSE Ô97)

Evolution of the Biosphere, Geosc 502

Ocean Biogeochemical Dynamics, Geosc 597

Astrobiology Seminar, Geosc 597

Himalayan Uplift: Tectonic and Climate Implications, Geosc 597

Freshman Seminar, EMS 100S

Introductory Geochemistry, Geosc 202

Astrobiology Field Course, ABIOL 570

 

Membership on Graduate Degree Candidates' Committees

 

Doctoral Candidates in Progress

 

            Ying Cui                       Major Advisor

            Kyle Rybacki               Major Advisor

Rebecca McCauley       Member

Brendan Puls                Member

Clayton Magill                         Member

Jonathon Schueth         Member

Karen Whelley             Member

Jamie Brainerd             Member

Colin Carney                Member

Heather Graham                       Co-Advisor with Freeman

Elizabeth Denis                        Co-Advisor with Freeman

 

Doctoral Candidates, Program Completed

 

Jennifer Williams                     Member

Lev Horodyskyj                       Major Advisor

            Leah Schneider             Co-Advisor (with Bralower)

Katja Meyer                 Co-Advisor (with Freeman)

Karla Panchuk                         Major Advisor

Matt Bachmann                       Major Advisor (BRIE Advisor: Regan, CEE)

Anthony Riccardi                     Co-Advisor (with Arthur)

Robert Hotinski                       Major Advisor

Mark Gibbs                   Major Advisor

Gregg Bluth                  Major Advisor

Paul Richards               Co-Advisor

George Kacandes                      Co-Advisor (never completed)

            Moshe Rhodes              Member

Joel Moore                   Member

            Vyllinniskii Cameron   Member

            Daniel Hummer                        Member

            Heidi Albrecht              Member

Aaron Diefendorf         Member

Chris Junium                Member

Jamey Fulton               Member

Libby Hausrath             Member

Pushker Kharecha        Member

            Erin McMullin             Member (Biol)

Nikolai Pedentchouk    Member          

Aubrey Zerkle              Member

            Heather Buss                Member

Alex Pavlov                 Member

Kosei Yamaguchi                     Member

            Jennifer Lewicki                       Member

Alexander Pavlov                    Member

Byong-Hun Jeon                      Member (CEE)

Shuhei Ono                  Member

            Persa Batra                  Member

            Atsu Ennyu                  Member

            Matt Hurtgen               Member

Benjamin Turner                      Member

            Timothy White                       Member

            Mark Pagani                Member

            Yingje Guo                   Member

            Karen Bice                   Member

            Richard Pancost                       Member

            Neil Suits                      Member

            Greg Tucker                 Member

            Tetsuya Kato               Member

            Wolfgang Albrecht       Member

            Susan Altman               Member

            Peter Fawcett               Member

            Daniel Greeman                       Member

            Michael Guebert                       Member

            Rigel Lustwerk             Member

            Wofgang Polster                      Member

            Armando Ramirez        Member

            Martin Schoonen                     Member

            Chie Soong                   Member

            Peter Schultz                Member

            Ruth Robinson             Member

 

Masters Degree Candidates, Program In Progress

 

            Stephanie Olson                       Major Advisor

Jinyuan Wang              Member

 

 

Masters Degree Candidates, Program Completed

 

Garrison Loope                        Major Advisor

Stamatina Hunter                     Major Advisor

Anna Hilting                Co-Advisor (with Bralower)

            Ellen Herman               Co-Advisor (with White)

Kay Elliott                   Major Advisor

Mike Moreland                        Major Advisor

            Erin Griggs                   Major Advisor

Lea Monaghan             Major Advisor

            Don Machusak             Major Advisor

            Virginia Seymour                      Major Advisor

            Melinda Foland                        Member

Katie Brennan              Member

            Louise Miltich              Member

Mary Howard               Member

Jennifer Aring              Member

            Sharon Givens              Member

            Stacey Hoeltje              Member (Agriculture)

            Erin Matlack                Member

            Jaime Whitlock                        Member

            Jane Lock                    Member

            Simmy Yau                  Member

            Myrna Martinez                       Member

            Jennifer DeLurio                      Member

            Egide Nizeyemana        Member

            Wanda Kapsner                        Member

            Rebecca Mellinger        Member

            Melissa Nugent             Member          

            Doctoral Candidates in Progress

 

            Robert Hotinski                        Major Advisor

            George Kacandes                         Co-Advisor

            Kosei Yamaguchi                        Member

            Yingje Guo                                                Member

            Shuhei Ono                                                Member

            John Rogie                                                Member

            Benjamin Turner                        Member

            Alex Pavlov                                                Member

 

            Doctoral Candidates, Program Completed

 

            Paul Richards                                                Co-Advisor

            Mark Gibbs                                                Major Advisor

            Gregg Bluth                                                 Major Advisor

            Reide Corbett (FSU)            Member

            Timothy White                                    Member

            Karen Bice                                                Member

            Mark Pagani                                                Member

            Richard Pancost                                    Member

            Neil Suits                                                            Member

            Greg Tucker                                                Member

            Tetsuya Kato                                    Member

            Wolfgang Albrecht                         Member

            Susan Altman                                     Member

            Peter Fawcett                                    Member

            Daniel Greeman                                    Member

            Michael Guebert                                    Member

            Rigel Lustwerk                                    Member

            Wofgang Polster                                    Member

            Armando Ramirez                        Member

            Martin Schoonen                                    Member

            Chie Soong                                                Member

            Peter Schultz                                                Member

            Ruth Robinson                                    Member

_            Masters Degree Candidates, Program In             Progress

           

            Simmy Yau                                                Member

            Myrna Martinez                        Member

            Atsu Ennyu                                                Member

            Sharon Givens                                    Member

            Erin Matlack                                    Member

            Masters Degree Candidates, Program             Completed

 

            Jody Gibson                                                Member

            Kay Elliott                                                            Major Advisor           

            Lea Monaghan                                    Major Advisor

            Don Machusak                                    Major Advisor

            Virginia Semour                                    Major Advisor

            Egide Nizeyemana                        Member

            Wanda Kapsner                                    Member

            Rebecca Mellinger                        Member

            Melissa Nugent                                    Member

            Jennifer DeLurio                                    Member

 

Undergraduate Theses Supervised

 

B.S.            Gloria Ferrandez                       1992

B.S.            William Otten              1992

B.S.            Gregory Steele              1993

B.S.            Richard Seltenreich      1993

B.S.            Stanley Jasinski                        1994

B.S.            Joshua Tusai                 1994

B.S.            Jennifer McCollum       1994

B.S.            Christopher Proulx      1994

B.S.            Jodie Hobman              1994

B.S.            Martin Knox                1995

B.S.            Mark Chadwick                        1996

B.S.            Micah Weltmer                        1996

B.S.            Karoline Mehalchick    1998

B.S.            Sue Avau                      1998

B.S.            Eileen Scott                 1998

B.S.            Leah Moore                 1998

B.S.            Tara Graham                2000

B.S.            Justin Lottig                 2B.S. Katie Ryan                      2004

 

University Committee Work

 

National Science Foundation Youth Participation Program, College of Earth and Mineral Science ad hoc Committee, 1987.

General Education Course Proposals, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, ad hoc committee, 1987.

Geosciences Departmental Reorganization Committee, 1987-1988.

Strategic Planning Committee, Geosciences Department, 1988-89

Undergraduate Recruiting Task Force, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Geosciences Representative, 1988-.

Graduate Program Committee, Geosciences Department, 1989-1991

Seminar Committee, Geosciences Department 1989-present

Admissions Committee, Geosciences Department, 1990-91, Chair, 1991-94

Safety Committee, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, 1990-93

Marine Sciences Minor Committee, 1989-present, Chair, 1991-94

Science Scholars 1991, Judge, April, 1991

Earth Systems Minor Committee, 1991-

Strategic Planning Committee, Geosciences Department, 1991-1993

Interdisciplinary Council, Office of Undergraduate Education, 1992-

Promotion and Tenure Committee, Geosciences Department, 1992-1995

Advisor to the Marine Science Society, 1993-1994

Associate Head of Graduate Programs and Research, Department of Geosciences, 1994-

EMS Strategic Planning Committee, 1995-1997

EMS Faculty Advisory Committee, 1996-1997

Geosciences Surficial Processes Faculty Search Committee, 1996

Geosciences Environmental Geochemistry Faculty Search Committee, 1997

Geosciences Astrobiology Faculty Search Committee, 1999

EMS Ad Hoc Nominating Committee, Distinguished Professor Award, 1999

Geosciences Undergraduate Program Committee, 2000-2004

Geosciences Geomorphology Search Committee (Chair), 2001

Geosciences Promotion and Tenure Committee (Chair), 2000-2002

Geosciences Astrobiology Search Committee, 2003-2004