Jason D. Gulley
Office: SCA 500
PhD, Geology, University of Florida (2010)
B.A., Geology, Eastern Kentucky University (2006)
- GLY 4822 C Fluid Earth 2
- GLY 6827 C Advanced Hydrogeology
Core research areas: process geomorphology in carbonate terrains, karst hydrogeology, and glaciology.
I am broadly interested in how the hydrology of glaciers and ice sheets affect ice motion and hence rates of sea level rise. I am also interested in how interactions between surface water and groundwater affect chemical, physical and biological processes in critical zones developed in carbonate bedrock.
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Specific current research interests include understanding:
- Physical processes responsible for coupling between glacier hydrology and ice motion, with implications for understanding rates of sea level rise.
- How sea level fluctuations, climate change and formation of new surface water affect groundwater circulation and subsurface chemical weathering in carbonate platforms.
- How critical zone processes in carbonate landscapes create cave systems and, conversely, how cave systems alter critical zone processes from the non-cave state.
Geomorphology in carbonate terrains; karst hydrogeology, and glaciology