Welcome to the Hong lab

We study the effects of geologic hazards (e.g., storms, earthquakes, and tsunamis) and other processes on coastlines. You can find us in the field and in the laboratory using a variety of tools to develop a record of relative sea-level change through time. To learn more, please check out the research page.

I am actively looking for MS students to join the group! Please contact me with your CV to discuss project ideas.

Latest News

12 June 2023: Submit to our AGU Session (GC039) Dynamic coastlines: Advancements in Understanding of Coastal Hazards and Climate Change Impacts

6 June 2023: New article out now in Marine Geology: The characteristics and preservation potential of Hurricane Irma’s overwash deposit in southern Florida, USA

1 January 2023: PI Hong awarded NSF RAPID Grant to investigate Hurricane Ian overwash sediments in southwestern, Florida