Role: Academic Faculty
Department: Department of Marine Geosciences
Tel : +972-4-8288998 (Inside Univ 8998)
By way of multi-proxy interdisciplinary methods, my research aims to reconstruct and resolve both long and short-term changes in marine and coastal systems as a means to understand and better reconstruct the past and create reasonable expectations for the future. Through my research, I hope to better understand the complex interactions between natural and anthropogenic activities that intersect at the coastline. My primary areas of interests include marine sedimentology, climate, environmental reconstruction, coring methodology, geo and marine archaeology, tsunamis, coastal environments, harbors, micropaleontology, environmental impacts on the benthic environment.