PhD, Geosciences, University of Potsdam, Germany, 2021
MS, Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of New Mexico, 2016
BS, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Lehigh University, 2014
My research focuses on understanding the role of Earth surface processes (e.g., erosion, sediment transport) in the global carbon cycle. Both natural erosion and human-driven land use change destabilize soils and transfer carbon from one reservoir to another. My goal is to link these physical processes with their biogeochemical consequences and quantify their impact on the carbon cycle.
Scheingross, J. S., Repasch, M. N., Hovius, N., Sachse, D., Lupker, M., Fuchs, M., ... & Schleicher, A. M. (2021). The fate of fluvially-deposited organic carbon during transient floodplain storage. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 561, 116822.
Repasch, M., Wittmann, H., Scheingross, J. S., Sachse, D., Szupiany, R., Orfeo, O., ... & Hovius, N. (2020). Sediment transit time and floodplain storage dynamics in alluvial rivers revealed by meteoric 10Be. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 125(7), e2019JF005419.
Repasch, M., Karlstrom, K., Heizler, M., & Pecha, M. (2017). Birth and evolution of the Rio Grande fluvial system in the past 8 Ma: Progressive downward integration and the influence of tectonics, volcanism, and climate. Earth-Science Reviews, 168, 113-164.