B.S., Oceanography, University of Washington 2013
As part of my research in Professor John King’s lab at GSO, I am working on a Holocene paleolandscape reconstruction of the Narragansett Bay and the shelf areas off Rhode Island. This project employs the use of bathymetric, sub-bottom, seismic, and sediment core datasets combined in a GIS framework. This major project will be ongoing until summer of 2016.
Teaching Assistantship at University of Washington, 2012: Ocean 101; Survey of Washington Waters, taught by lecturer Mikelle Nuwer.
Homola, Kira, H. Paul Johnson, and Casey Hearn. “In situ measurements of thermal diffusivity in sediments of the methane-rich zone of Cascadia Margin, NE Pacific Ocean.” Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 3.1 (2015): 000039.
Hearn, C. K.; Homola, K. L.; Johnson, H. P.; SURFICIAL PERMEABILITY OF THE AXIAL VALLEY SEAFLOOR: ENDEAVOUR SEGMENT, JUAN DE FUCA RIDGE, Poster, Ocean Sciences Conference 2014 (Abstract ID: 14358)
Homola, K. L.; Hearn, C. K.; Johnson, H. P.; FIRST IN SITU MEASUREMENT OF THERMAL DIFFUSIVITY FOR MARINE SEDIMENTS AT THE UPSLOPE EDGE OF GAS HYDRATE STABILITY, Poster, Ocean Sciences Conference 2014 (Abstract ID: 14436)
Hearn, Casey K., Kira L. Homola, and H. Paul Johnson. “Surficial permeability of the axial valley seafloor: Endeavour Segment, Juan de Fuca Ridge.” Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 14.9 (2013): 3409-3424.
Hearn, Casey K. Propagated Ridge Structure and Faulting as a Control on Sediment Accumulation. Poster. CARIS Conference June 2012. Vancouver, BC.
Hearn, Casey K., and K. Homola. DETERMINING SEAFLOOR COMPOSITION THROUGH MULTIBEAM SONAR, Poster, Ocean Sciences Conference 2012, Abstract ID 12875