PhD Candidate, CEOAS
Ph.D., Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences: Geological Oceanography, Oregon State University (exp. 2018)
Graduate Certificate in College and University Teaching, Oregon State University (2016)
M.S., Geoscience, Montclair State University (2013)
B.S., Management, Boston College (2008)
I primarily work on sedimentary records of Earth history, especially how magnetic minerals are used to reconstruct paleoenvironments (environmental magnetism), chronology (magnetostratigraphy), and the Earth’s magnetic field (paleo-geomagnetism). I am also interested in how other non-destructive analyses, particular scanning x-ray florescence (XRF) and computed tomography (CT), can be used to improve our understanding of these magnetic records. Geographically, I am involved in projects around the Antarctic Peninsula, Arctic Ocean, Greenland, Indian Ocean, and North America.
Outside of the lab, you can find me exploring Oregon, baking bread, or playing with my psychedelic western surf rock band.
Holocene glacial activity in Barilari Bay, west Antarctic Peninsula, tracked by magnetic mineral assemblages: Linking ice, ocean, and atmosphere
Proceedings of the International Ocean Discovery Program, Volume 354: Bengal Fan
Reilly, B.T., C.J. Natter, S.A. Brachfeld (2016): Holocene glacial activity in Barilari Bay, west Antarctic Peninsula, tracked by magnetic mineral assemblages: Linking ice, ocean, and atmosphere. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 17,
Winsor, K., A. Carlson, B. Welke, B. T. Reilly (2015): Early deglacial onset of southwestern Greenland ice-sheet retreat on the continental shelf, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol. 128, pp. 117-126.