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Henry Mullins, Earth Sciences Henry Mullins

Position: Professor
Department: Earth Sciences
Email: htmullin@syr.edu
Phone: 315-443-4706
Fax: 315-443-3363
Office Location: HEROY GEOLOGY LAB 310
Mailing Address: Heroy Geology Lab, SU Dept. of Earth Sciences
Syracuse, NY 13244


I received my M.S. in Geology from Duke University in 1975 and my Ph.D. in in Marine Science from the University of North Carolina in 1978
. I have been at Syracuse University since 1984, with 4 years of that time spent working in the Moss Landing Marine Labs.

I teach GOL 103: Earth System Science, GOL 395: Oceanography and Limnology, GOL 510: Paleolimnology, and GOL 345/545: The Geologic Record of Global Change.

My professional interests focus on the reconstruction of global environmental conditions from lake and ocean sediments, particularly paleoclimate of the Holocene (last 10,000 years). I'm trained as an oceanographer and have spent over 400 days at sea in the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the eastern Pacific Ocean. For more information about my research interests and current projects, please click here.





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