Seulgi Moon

Co-PI, Assistant Professor


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I am a geomorphologist who is interested in studying how tectonics, climate, and geology influence surface processes (e.g., weathering, river incision, landslides) and landscape evolution in natural landscapes. My research integrates quantitative geomorphologic analysis, rock mechanics, Quaternary geochronology, tectonic deformation, climate change, and rigorous statistical and data-driven approaches. Using this approach, I try to examine various environmental controls and quantitatively assess their impacts on Earth and planetary surfaces.