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|Institute member=University of Colorado, INSTAAR
|Institute member=University of Colorado, INSTAAR
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|Department member=CSDMS
|Postal address 1 member="450 UCB, 3100 Marine St."
|Postal address 1 member=450 UCB, 3100 Marine St.
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|Postal code member=80309-0450
|Postal code member=80309-0450
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|State member=Colorado
|State member=Colorado
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|Confirm email member=james.syvitski@colorado.edu
|Confirm email member=james.syvitski@colorado.edu
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=Professor James P.M. Syvitski=
=Professor James P.M. Syvitski=



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James Syvitski, website username login: Syvitski

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University of Colorado, INSTAAR
CSDMS
4001 Discovery Drive
Boulder, Colorado
80309-0450
United States
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(Office)303.735.5484
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james.syvitski@colorado.edu

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Member of the following CSDMS groups

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Professor James P.M. Syvitski

Active Positions

Executive Director, of CSDMS — Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System

Fellow, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research (U. Colorado)

Director, Environmental Computation and Imaging Facility (U. Colorado)

Professor of Geological Sciences (U. Colorado)

Professor of Geophysics (U. Colorado)

Professor of Hydrological Sciences (U. Colorado)

Professor of Oceanography (U. Colorado)

Research Mission Advance and couple algorithms that describe the earth’s evolving landscape and seascape, and the sedimentary deposits that they create, using advanced computational tools to:

characterize climate-ocean-landscape interactions, across highly dynamic and deforming boundaries,

characterize emergent large-scale behavior of erosion-sedimentation processes operating at small scales,

verify and apply these integrated earth system models to societal issues facing our nation.

CV as of Jan 2009