This PIRE project brings together an international team of U.S., Bangladeshi, Indian, German, and Italian scientists to further our understanding of the dynamics of the world's largest delta, the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Delta.

Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

        Michael S. Steckler (PI, geophysics, tectonics and stratigraphy)

        Leonardo Seeber (Co-PI, neotectonics and seismology)

        Won-Young Kim (Co-PI, seismology)

        Meredith Reitz (postdoc)

        Ellie Ferguson (graduate student)

        Mike Howe (graduate student)

        Jonathan Gale (graduate student)

Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Vanderbilt University

        Steven Goodbred (sedimentology and stratigraphy)
        Carol Wilson (postdoc)

        Jennifer Pickering (graduate student)

        Lauren Williams (graduate student)

        Chris Myers (graduate student)

        Thomas Hartzog (graduate student)

        Haley Briel (undergraduate student)

St. Anthony Falls Laboratory and Dept. of Geology & Geophysics, Univ. of Minnesota

        Christopher Paola (fluvial stratigraphy)
        Andy Petter (postdoc)

School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, Queens College, City University of New York 

        Cecilia McHugh (sedimentology and paleontology)

        Dhiman Ranjan Mondal (graduate student)

Department of Geography and Geology, University of North Carolina Wilmington

        Scott Nooner (geophysics)

Department of Geology, Dhaka University, Bangladesh

        Syed Humayun Akhter (structural geology and geophysics)

        Kazi Matin Ahmed (hydrogeology and stratigraphy)

        Muhammed Azizul Huque (sedimentology and environmental geology)

Marine Technology - Environmental Research Department, Bremen University, Germany

        Volkhard Spiess (marine geophysics)

        Tilmann Schwenk (marine geophysics)

Physical Research Laboratory, India

        Ashok K. Singhvi (luminescence dating)

        Bhabani Prasad Mukhopadhyay (stratigraphy)