I'm involved in several related projects focused on detrital geo- and thermochronology from fluvial to deep-sea fan systems of North and South America.

Link to recent work in the Amazon system:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335025672_A_DEEP--SEA_RECORD_OF_SOUTH_AMERICAN_TECTONICS_AND_SURFACE_PROCESSES_INSIGHTS_FROM_DETRITAL_ZIRCON_DOUBLE_DATING_FROM_THE_AMAZON_SUBMARINE_FAN

link to recent work in the Mississippi system:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/335025387_STRATIGRAPHIC_CORRELATION_AND_SIGNAL_PROPAGATION_ACROSS_SEDIMENTARY_SYSTEM_SEGMENTS_USING_U-PB_DETRITAL_ZIRCON_GEOCHRONOLOGY_INSIGHTS_FROM_THE_LATE_PLEISTOCENE_MISSISSIPPI_RIVER_AND_DEEP_SEA_FAN

 

I'm also interested in quantifying the erosional response of normal fault blocks to tectonic and climatic forcing in the American west using cosmogenic nuclides in detrital sediment.

 

Link to EPSL paper from the Panamint Valley:

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0012821X18301948

Photos: sampling an IODP sediment core, detrital zircons (DZs), and U-Pb DZ age data from the Amazon Fan; Mason et al. (2019) 

Images: Turbidite sands from Amazon Fan sediment cores, collecting detrital zircon U-Pb age data using LA-ICP-MS, initial DZ age data from the Amazon submarine fan.