Till J.J. Hanebuth
Associate Professor, Marine Science
Contact Till J.J. Hanebuth843-349-2753 firstname.lastname@example.org
Coastal Science Center 151 EOffice hours: by appointment
I...offer undergraduate and graduate students various opportunities to gain experience as members of our research team.
Ph.D., Chr.-Albrechts-University Kiel/Germany, Geology-Paleontology, 2000
M.Sc., Philipps-University Marburg/Germany, Geology-Paleontology, 1996
B.Sc., University of Hamburg/Germany, Geology-Paleontology, 1993
Research and Teaching Interests
My Coastal Geosystems Research Lab deals with a number of fundamental (sea level variability and coastal change, river deltas and human landscaping, sediment- /hydrodynamics on continental shelves, paleoceanography and -climate) and applied (solutions for harbor silting issues, exploration of offshore sand resources, heavy metal contamination, microplastic contamination) geo-related projects.
We currently cooperate with various universities and public institutions in South Carolina. Our projects are also performed in collaboration with colleagues in North Carolina, Georgia, Massachusetts, and California, and in Germany, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay.
I teach various courses on coastal and marine geoscience and sustainable governance at undergraduate, graduate, and Ph.D. levels, and offer undergraduate and graduate students various opportunities to gain experience as members of our research team.
Areas of Expertise
- Marine geosciences
- Coastal changes
- Climate and ocean
- Continental shelves and slopes
- Sea level and flooding
- Human impacts
Hanebuth, T.J.J., V.B. Bender and R.H. Nagai. 2019. Sediment export dynamics reflecting the Holocene hydro-dynamic variability of a high-energy continental shelf system (Southeastern South America). Journal of Sedimentary Environments 4(3):312-331. doi 10.12957/jse.2019.45616
Zhang W., I. Didenkulova, O. Kurkina, Y. Cui, T.J.J. Hanebuth, J. Haberkern, A.I. Santos and R. Aepfler. 2019. Internal solitary waves control the offshore extension of mud depocenters on the NW Iberian shelf. Marine Geology 409:15-30. doi 10.1016/j.margeo.2018.12.008
T.J.J. Hanebuth, M.L. King, I. Mendes, S. Lebreiro, F.J. Lobo, F.K. Oberle, L. Antón, P.A. Ferreira and M.I. Reguera. 2018. Hazard potential of widespread but hidden historic offshore heavy metal (Pb, Zn) contamination (Gulf of Cadiz, Spain). Science of the Total Environment 637-638,561-576. doi 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.04.352
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