Ms Juliet Sefton
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Working thesis title: 'Using mangroves to reconstruct Holocene sea-level changes'
I am interested in geological records of past sea-level change, and in the processes that lead to their formation. For my PhD, I am investigating how mangrove sediments can be used to reconstruct late Holocene sea-level changes. Mangroves are important sedimentary archives in low-latitude, 'far-field' locations, where sea level variability more likely reflects changes in global ice volume rather than ice-earth feedback processes.
Research and Teaching Assistant at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (2015-2016)
- Antarctic Research Centre
- Climate Change Research Institute
- School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences
- School of Chemical and Physical Sciences
MSc (first class) Geology, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (2015)
- Thesis title: "An assessment of the influence of orbital forcing on Late Pliocene global sea-level using a shallow-marine sedimentary record from the Wanganui Basin, New Zealand"
BSc Geology and Geography, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand (2012)
Department of Geography
- Grant, G.R., Sefton, J.P., Patterson, M.O., Naish, T.R., Dunbar, G.B., Hayward, B.W., Morgans, H.E.G., Alloway, B.V., Seward, D., Tapia, C.A., Prebble, J.G., Kamp, P.J.J., McKay, R., Ohneiser, C. & Turner, G.M. (2018). Mid- to late Pliocene (3.3–2.6 Ma) global sea-level fluctuations recorded on a continental shelf transect, Whanganui Basin, New Zealand. Quaternary Science Reviews 201: 241-260.