Annual/Adjunct Member

Neitzke Adamo, Lauren

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  • Position: Director of the Rutgers Geology Museum, Undergraduate Program Director
  • Office: Rutgers Geology Museum and Wright Labs Room 209
  • Email: Lneitzke@eps.rutgers.edu

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Education

  • 2016 Ph.D.
    Rutgers University, Graduate School of New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ

  • 2006 M.S.
    Rutgers University, Graduate School of New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ

  • 2004 B.S. with Honors
    Geological sciences with high honors, Rutgers University, Rutgers College, New Brunswick, NJ

Research Interests

  • Paleoceanography and Stable Isotope Stratigraphy
  • Geoscience and informal educational research
  • Drone and Photogrammetry Remote Sensing for surface and coastal processes 

 

Professional Experience

 

Undergraduate Program Director- Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University (2022 to present)

Director- Rutgers University Geology Museum (2021 to present)

Co-Director- Rutgers University Geology Museum (2016 to 2021)

Assistant Teaching Professor- Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University (2016 to present)

Associate Director- Rutgers University Geology Museum (2009 to 2016)

Lecturer- Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Rutgers University (2008 to 2016)

 

Publications and Products 

Neitzke-Adamo, L., A. J. Blandford, J. Crisione, E. Gordor, and R. K. Olsson, 2018. The Rutgers Geology Museum: America's first geology museum and the last 200 years of geoscience education. Museums at the Forefront of the History and Philosophy of Geology: History Made, History in the Making, Geological Society of America Special Edition Paper, (2018).

Neitzke Adamo, L., Criscione, J., Sarkar, R., and McAuliffe, C., “Mineral Matching”, American Geosciences Institute, 2020 Earth Science Week Calendar- January 2021, Published in collaboration with the Geological Society of America.

Neitzke-Adamo, L., Introduction. Science Comics: Rocks and Minerals. By Andy Hirsh. First Second Books. New York: Macmillan Imprint, (October 2020).

Neitzke Adamo, L., “Glaciers, Drones, and 3D Printers, Oh My!” PolarTREC, 20 September 2019, https://www.polartrec.com/resources/lesson/glaciers-drones-and-3d-printers-oh-my.

Neitzke Adamo, L., “Exploring 3D Geology”, PolarTREC, 20 September 2019, https://www.polartrec.com/resources/lesson/exploring-3d-geology. (Also published in the American Geosciences Institute, 2019 Earth Science Week Calendar)

Neitzke-Adamo, L., “Sliding Glaciers.” PolarTREC, 10 August 2018 - 28 August 2018, www.polartrec.com/expeditions/sliding-glaciers 

Evans, H.F, Channell, J.E.T., Stoner, J.S., Hillaire-Marcel, C., Wright, J.D., Neitzke, L.C., and G.S. Mountain, 2007. Paleointensity-assisted chronostratigraphy of detrital layers on the Eirik Drift (North Atlantic) since marine isotope stage 11. Geochemistry, Geophysics and Geosystems, Volume 8.

 

Recent Abstracts

  • Williams, R., Neitzke Adamo, L. and Boyd, M., Analyzing Coastal Geomorphology at the Rutgers University Marine Field Station with Remote Sensing Technology. Abstract 15-1, 2021 Northeast Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.  
  • Spector, A., Neitzke Adamo, L., Miller, K.G., Rowan, C.M., and Browning, J.V., Use Of Drone Technology and 3D Visualization Software for Virtual Field Trip Creation: Pebble Bluff Outcrop in the Newark Basin, New Jersey. Abstract 4-4, 2021 Northeast Geological Society of America Annual Meeting.
  • Irizarry-Barreto, P., Sarkar, R., and Neitzke Adamo, L., Virtual Geology: Exploring the Rocking Geology of your Neighborhood! Abstract ED023-04, 2020 Fall Meeting American Geophysical Union, AGU Annual Meeting.
  • Schmelz, W., Rowan, C.M., Neitzke Adamo, L., Spector, A., and Miller, K., Using low-cost Arduino based GNSS boards to collect centimeter accurate topography from drone orthophotography. Abstract H013-0007, 2020 Fall Meeting American Geophysical Union, AGU Annual Meeting.
  • Sarkar, R., Neitzke Adamo, L., and Wright, J.D., A Tale of Two Drifts: A High-Resolution Study of North Atlantic Deepwater Using Marine Proxies at Eirik and Gardar Drifts. Abstract PP022-0001, 2020 Fall Meeting American Geophysical Union, AGU Annual Meeting.
  • Sarkar, R., Criscione, J., Neitzke Adamo, L., and Irizarry, P., Virtual Merit Badge Program for Scouting Groups at the Rutgers University Geology Museum. Abstract ED023-08, 2020 Fall Meeting American Geophysical Union, AGU Annual Meeting.
  • Spector, A., Neitzke Adamo, L., Miller, K., Browning, J.V., and Rowan, C., Drone Technology and 3d Visualization Software to Recreate In-Field Experiences in the Newark Basin. Paper No. 261-10, Geological Society of America, GSA 2020 Annual Meeting.
  • Sarkar, R., Neitzke Adamo, L., Criscione, J., and Irizarry-Barreto, P., Integrating 3d Printing and Geosciences to Visitor Experiences at the Rutgers University Geology Museum. Paper No. 65-7, Geological Society of America, GSA 2020 Annual Meeting.
  • Kawalec, J., and Neitzke Adamo, L., Exploration Of Structure From Motion Programs And Their Application To Improving Student Learning In Geoscience Classrooms. Paper No. 8-14, Geological Society of America, GSA 2020 Annual Meeting.
  • Neitzke Adamo, L., Zoet, L. K., Iverson, N. R. and Woodard, J., 2019. Using UAVs, Structure from Motion, and 3D printers in education and outreach: An example from the Swiss Alps. Session 72, Geological Society of America, GSA 2019 Phoenix Annual Meeting.
  • Gross, J. and Neitzke Adamo, L., 2019. Mars through motions: Exploring Mars through the eyes of a rover by applying innovative learning techniques to undergraduate teaching in planetary sciences. Session 155, Geological Society of America, GSA 2019 Phoenix Annual Meeting.
  • Amitai, W., Neitzke Adamo, L., Irizarry-Barreto, P. and Criscione, J., 2019. Applications for adaptations: Exploring animal adaptations through a mobile application at the Rutgers Geology Museum. Session 190, Booth 128. Geological Society of America, GSA 2019 Phoenix Annual Meeting.
  • Bellino, L. and Neitzke Adamo, L., 2019. Engaging scavenger hunt to explore the JOIDES Resolution: In Search of Earth’s Secrets exhibit. Session 155, Geological Society of America, GSA 2019 Phoenix Annual Meeting.
  • Criscione, J., Neitzke Adamo, L. and Irizarry-Barreto, P., 2019. Using patch programs to engage new audiences at the Rutgers Geology Museum. Session 190, Booth 125. Geological Society of America, GSA 2019 Phoenix Annual Meeting.
  • Sarkar, R., Neitzke Adamo, L. and Wright, J. D., 2019. A high-resolution study of the last deglaciation at Eirik and Gardar Drifts: Evidence of changing water masses from planktonic foraminiferal faunal analysis and geochemical proxies. Session 36, Booth 184. Geological Society of America, GSA 2019 Phoenix Annual Meeting.
  • Sherman, E. and Neitzke Adamo, L., 2019. Changing oceans and changing climates: Examining deep-water circulation changes on Gardar Drift. Session 36, Booth 185. Geological Society of America, GSA 2019 Phoenix Annual Meeting.