Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843
M.S. Geography, University of South Carolina, 2012
B.A. Geography, Auburn University, 2010
Pipes Endowed Geosciences Fellowship
Clifton Patrick Barrineau
Patrick’s dissertation research investigates controls on Holocene landscape evolution in the Great Plains and South Texas. His work uses a variety of methods to historical chronologies, which help to determine how present-day geomorphology interacts with controls to produce the modern landscape. In addition, he has ongoing research activities with similar objectives at White Sands, New Mexico, Pismo Beach, California, and Berea, Kentucky.
Barrineau, P., Wernette, P., Weymer, B., Trimble, S., Hammond, B., Houser, C., 2015. Critical zone of coastal barrier systems. In: Principles and Dynamics of the Critical Zone, Vol. 19. pp. 495-520.
Weymer, B., Everett, M., Houser, C., Wernette, P., Barrineau, P., in review. Testing the utility of portable electromagnetic induction sensors in coastal environments. Geophysics.
Houser, C., Bishop, M., Barrineau, P., 2014. Characterizing instability of aeolian environments using analytical reasoning. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, in press.Barrineau, P., Ellis, J., 2013. Sediment transport and wind flow around hummocks. Aeolian Research 8: 19-27.