Julia Rieke Hagemann
Postdoctoral Researchers
Postdoctoral Researcher | Geochemistry & Paleoclimatology
Short Bio:

Dr. Julia Hagemann is a researcher with a focus on reconstructing Mg/Ca temperature on foraminifera. During the summer of 2019, as a graduate student, Julia participated on the expedition 379T, aboard D/V JOIDES Resolution expedition 379T, as a sedimentologist participant. The primary objective of the expedition was to investigate the link between oceanographic changes at the northern margin of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current and climate variability on the Southern American continent over the past few glacial-interglacial cycles.

During her time at Rutgers, Julia will work on NSF funded project titled, “Long term perspective on the Holocene Co2 Conundrum: the role of Southern Westerly Winds”, where she will focus her research on the core in which she collected at site J1001 to reconstruct the variation of the Patagonian ice sheet on orbital time scales.

Julia received her PhD from the Alfred- Wegener- Institute (AWI) Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research), Bremerhaven, Germany in 2023.