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Jonathan Bujak


Phone: (801) 587-8538
Email:  contact@egi.utah.edu

North Atlantic and adjacent margins

North Pacific-Bering Sea

Arctic

Biostratigraphy

Paleoceanography and circulation

Past and future climate change

Regional & Basin Experience

  • Northeast Atlantic region

BARKE, J., VAN DER BURGH, J., VAN KONIJNENBURG, C., JOHANNA, H.A., COLLINSON, M.E.l., PEARCE, M.A., BUJAK, J.P., HEILMANN-CLAUSEN, C., SPEELMAN, E., N, VAN KEMPEN, M.M.L., REICHART, G.-J., LOTTER, A.F. & BRINKHUIS, H. 2012. Coeval Eocene blooms of the freshwater fern Azolla in and around Arctic and Nordic seas. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 337-338, 108-119. Barke et al. 2012

BRINKHUIS, H., SCHOUTEN, S., COLLINSON, M.E., SLUIJS , A., DAMSTE, J.S.S., DICKENS, G.R., HUBER, M., CRONIN, T.M., ONODERA , J., TAKASAHI, K., BUJAK, J.P., STEIN, R., VAN DER BURGH , J., ELDRETT, J.S., HARDING, I.C., LOTTER, A.F., SANGIORI, F., VAN KONIJNENBURG-VAN CITTERT, H., DE LEEUW, J.W., MATTHIESSEN , J., BACKMAN, J.U., MORAN, K. & the Expedition 302 Scientists.2006. Episodic fresh surface waters in the early Eocene Arctic Ocean. Nature, June 1, pp. 606-609. Brinkhuis et al.2006

BUJAK, J.P. 2007. The Azolla Story: Climate change and Arctic hydrocarbons. GeoExpro Magazine, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 66-72. Bujak 2007

BUJAK, A.A. & BUJAK, J.P. 2013. The Azolla Biosystem.The Amazing plant could provide a gateway to the future. GeoExpro Magazine, vol. 10, no. 6, p.10., December 2013. Bujak & Bujak 2013

BUJAK, J.P. & BUJAK, A.A. 2014. How a unique plant called Azolla changed our climate. Geoscientist Magazine, June 2014. Bujak & Bujak 2014

MATSUOKA, K. & BUJAK, J.P. 1988. Cenozoic dinoflagellate cysts from the Navarin Basin, Norton Sound and St. George Basin, Bering Sea. Bulletin of the Faculty of Liberal Arts, Nagasaki University, Natural Science, vol. 29, pp. 1-147.