Tyler J. Newton
PhD Candidate
Department of Earth Sciences
1272 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1272
Email: tnewton@uoregon.edu

Education:
Ph.D. Earth Sciences, University of Oregon, in progress
B.S. Geology with Honors, University of Maryland, 2013

Research Appointments:
Graduate Student Researcher - University of Oregon, 2016-present
Visiting Graduate Student Researcher - University of Washington, Winter 2017, Winter 2018
Undergraduate Research Assistant - Plasma Mass Spectrometry Laboratory, Department of Geology, University of Maryland, 2012-2013
Telescope Technician - Astronomy Observatory, Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland, 2011-2013
Intern - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, 2011
Undergraduate Research Assistant - Department of Astronomy, University of Maryland, 2011

Teaching Appointments:
University of Oregon, GEOL 453: Tectonics, 2018 (TA)
University of Oregon, GEOL 467: Fault Mechanics, 2018 (TA)
University of Oregon, GEOL 201: Earth’s Interior Heat and Dynamics, 2016-2017 (TA)

Professional Appointments:
Geologist - Environmental Resources Management Inc., 2013-2016

Publications:
Miller, I.M., Morgan, H., Mauger, G., Newton, T., Weldon, R., Schmidt, D., Welch, M., Grossman, E. 2018. Projected Sea Level Rise for Washington State – A 2018 Assessment. A collaboration of Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington Climate Impacts Group, Oregon State University, University of Washington, and US Geological Survey. Prepared for the Washington Coastal Resilience Project. PDF

Awards:
UO Special Opps Travel Award, 2018
Stovall Fellowship, 2018
Marthe E. Smith Memorial Science Scholarship, 2017, 2018
Weiser Scholarship, 2017
University of Maryland Excel Research Scholarship, 2013
Mineralogical Society of America Undergraduate Award, 2012
NASA Certificate of Appreciation (InFOCμS), 2011

Conference Presentations:
Stress Regime of the Nankai Trough (T. J. Newton, A. M. Thomas) 2018 poster at the International Joint Workshop on Slow Earthquakes, Fukuoka, Japan

Stress orientations in the Nankai Trough region of Japan (T. J. Newton, A. M. Thomas, Q. Bletery) 2017 poster at the American Geophysical Union meeting, New Orleans, LA

A multi-methods approach for assessing vertical land motion in coastal Washington (T. J. Newton, R. Weldon, M. Welch, D. Schmidt, I. Miller, G. Mauger, E. Grossman) 2017 talk at Northwest Climate Conference, Tacoma, WA

Outreach:
Graduate Student Liaison, University of Oregon Earth Sciences Honor Society, 2017-present

Mentoring:
Ty Amorosano, (McGill University, IRIS Summer Intern, 2018)