Morgan Schaller

Assistant Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences

Education

Ph.D. Geochemistry, Rutgers University

Contact schall@rpi.edu
Select Works
  • Schaller, M. F., Wright, J. D., Kent, D. V., (2014), A 30 Myr record of Late Triassic atmospheric pCO2 variation reflects a fundamental control of the carbon cycle by changes in continental weathering, Geological Society of America Bulletin. Doi: 10.1130/B31107.1
  • Wright, J. D., and Schaller, M.F., (2014), Teasing out the missing piece of the PETM puzzle: Reply to Pearson and Nicholas, Stassen et al., and Zeebe et al. Proceedings of the National Academy Of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1321876111
  • Wright, J. D., and Schaller, M. F. (2013), Evidence for a rapid release of carbon at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, Proceedings of the National Academy Of Sciences v.110, p. 15908-15913.
  • Kampman, N., Bickle, M. J., Maskell, A., Chapman, H. J., Evans, J. P., Purser, G., Zhou, Z., Schaller, M. F., Gattacceca, J. C., Bertier, P., Chen, F., Turchyn, A. V., Assayag, N., Rochelle, C., Ballentine, C. J., and Busch, A. (2014), Drilling and sampling a natural CO2 reservoir: Implications for fluid flow and CO2-fluid–rock reactions during CO2 migration through the overburden, Chemical Geology 369. pp. 51-82. ISSN 0009-2541
  • Kampman, N., Maskell, A., Bickle, M., Schaller, M.F., Evans, J., Busch, A., (2013), Drilling and sampling of a natural CO2 reservoir: Green River, Utah. Scientific Drilling, 16, 33-4.
  • Schaller, M. F., Wright, J. D., Kent, D. V., and Olsen, P. E., (2012), Rapid emplacement of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province as a net sink for CO2: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 323-324, p. 27-39: doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2011.12.028.
  • Schaller, M.F., Wright, J. D., Kent, D. V., (2011), Atmospheric pCO2 perturbations associated with the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province, Science, v. 331, 1404.
  • Schaller, M.F., Wright, J.D., Kent, D.V., (2011), Response to Comment on "Atmospheric pCO2 Perturbations Associated with the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province": Science, v. 334, no. 6056, p. 594.