Dr. Joe Carlin, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor

Department of Geological Sciences

California State University, Fullerton

jcarlin@fullerton.edu

Office: McCarthy Hall - 251

ph. 657-278-3054

Lab: Dan Black Hall - 211

ph. 657-278-2966

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Courses Taught:

CNSM101 - Think Like Einstein

GEOL101 - Introduction to Geology

GEOL 333 - Oceanography

GEOL 381 - Data Collection and Analysis for Earth Scientists

GEOL 433 - Coastal Processes

GEOL 510T - Continental Margin Sedimentation

GEOL 590 - Geoscience Seminar


Current Students


Graduate Students

  • M. Adler (MS Geology) - “Paleogeographic Reconstruction of Coastal Wetland along a Strike-Slip Fault”

Study Site: Seal Beach Wetlands, CA

  • S. Dickson (MS Geology) - “Investigating a Holocene Buried Oyster Reef in a small Southern California Lagoon”

Study Site: Los Penasquitos Lagoon, CA

undergraduate Students

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  • K. Gibson (BA Earth Science) - "The Implementation and Use of Next Generation Science Standards-Based Tactile Models in the K-12 Educational System "

  • M. Huscher (BA Earth Science) - "Identifying Anthropogenic Modifications to the Continental Shelf Sediment Record in Monterey Bay, CA, USA"

Study Site: Monterey Bay, CA

  • S. Kanneg (BA Earth Science) - "Understanding Organic Carbon Burial Variability Within a Coastal Wetland Across Time and Space"

Study Site: San Francisco Bay, CA

  • E. Lee (BS Geology) - "Assessing Sediment Provenance Along a Highly Erosive Coast: A Study of Sediment Source and Transport in Southern Monterey Bay "

Study Site: Monterey Bay, CA

  • A. Lindquist (BS Geology) - "Investigating Coastal Sediment Provenance and Transport Pathways in Northern Monterey Bay,
    California "

Study Site: Monterey Bay, CA


Former Students


GRADUATE STUDENTS

  • A. Aranda (MS Geology - 2016) "Salt Marsh Response and Recovery to Coseismic Subsidence"                      

         Study Site: Seal Beach Wetlands, CA

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

  • A. Avalos (BS Geology - 2016) “Investigating modern sedimentation rates along the central California continental shelf”

    Study Site: Monterey Bay, CA

  • D. Cortez (BA Earth Sciences - 2017) “Event-scale mudflat sedimentation in Upper Newport Bay, CA”

    Study Site: Newport Bay, CA

  • M. Harb (BS Geology - 2016) “Depositional history of a back-barrier lagoon through the mid to late Holocene”

    Study Site: Christmas Bay, TX

  • J. Hayward (BS Geology - 2019) “Linking Marine and Terrestrial Processes to the Evolution of a Mid-shelf Mudbelt: An Investigation of the Salinas River Mudbelt, Central California, USA”

    Study Site: Monterey Bay, CA

  • K. Hunter (BA Earth Sciences - 2017) “Investigating variations in Holocene sedimentation along the Monterey Bay continental shelf”

    Study Site: Monterey Bay, CA

  • R. Koga (BA Earth Sciences - 2017) “Identifying paleo-seismic events along the Newport-Inglewood fault zone”

    Study Site: Seal Beach Wetlands, CA

  • V. Severin (BS Geology - 2018) “Interpreting Recent Stratigraphic Changes for the Northern Monterey Bay Continental Shelf”

    Study Site: Monterey Bay, CA

  • D. Van Orman (BS Geology - 2017) “Are southern California salt marshes keeping pace with sea level rise: an investigation of salt marsh sedimentation in Upper Newport Bay, CA, USA”

    Study Site: Newport Bay, CA