|Associate Professor||Department of Geosciences, |
The Pennsylvania State University
|Assistant Professor||Department of Geosciences|
The Pennsylvania State University
|Post-doctoral Research Associate||St. Anthony Falls Laboratory and Department of Geology and Geophysics |
University of Minnesota
|PhD, Geology||University of Wyoming||2009|
|MS, Geology||University of Wyoming||2005|
|BA, Geology and Geography||Macalester College||2002, magna cum laude|
|Publications *indicates Hajek advisee|
|S. Trampush* and E. Hajek, in press, Preserving proxy records in dynamic landscapes: Modeling and examples from the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum, Geology.|
|J.M. Self-Trail, M.M. Robinson, T.J. Bralower, J.A. Sessa, E.A. Hajek, L.R. Kump, S.M. Trampush, D.A. Willard, L.E. Edwards, D.S. Powars, and G.A. Wandless, accepted, Shallow marine response to global climate change during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, Salisbury Embayment, USA, Paleoceanography.|
|S. Trampush*, E. Hajek, K. Straub, and E. Chamberlin*, 2017, Identifying autogenic sedimentation in fluvial-deltaic stratigraphy: Evaluating the effect of outcrop-quality data on the compensation statistic, Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface.
|C. Millard*, E. Hajek, and D. Edmonds, in press, Controls on crevasse-splay abundance, size, and shape: implications for floodplain basin filling, Journal of Sedimentary Research.|
|E. Hajek and K. Straub, in press, Autogenic sedimentation in clastic stratigraphy, Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, v. 45, 2017.|
|D. Edmonds, E. Hajek, N. Downton, and A. Bryk, 2016, Avulsion flow-path selection on rivers in foreland basins, Geology, v. 44, p. 695-698, doi:10.1130/G38082.1
|E. Chamberlin*, E. Hajek, and S. Trampush*, 2016, Measuring scales of autogenic organization in fluvial stratigraphy: an example from the Cretaceous lower Williams Fork Formation, Colorado, USA. SEPM Special Publication 106.
|E. Chamberlin* and E. Hajek, 2015, Interpreting paleo-avulsion dynamics from multi-story sand bodies, Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 85, p. 82-94.
|E. Hajek and D. Edmonds, 2014, Is river avulsion controlled by floodplain morphodynamics?, Geology, v. 42, p. 199-202.
|E. Hajek, C. Paola, A. Petter, A. AlAbbad*, W. Kim, 2014, Amplification of shoreline response to base-level change by back-tilted subsidence, Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 84, n. 6., p. 470-474.
|R. Lynds, D. Mohrig, E. Hajek, and P. Heller, 2014, Paleoslope reconstruction in sandy suspended-load-dominant rivers, Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 84, p. 816-824.
|E. Hajek and M. Wolinsky, 2012, Simplified process modeling of river avulsion and alluvial architecture: connecting models and field data, Sedimentary Geology, v. 257-260, p. 1-30.
|E. Hajek and P. Heller; 2012, Flow-depth scaling in alluvial architecture and nonmarine sequence stratigraphy: an example from the Castlegate Sandstone, Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 82, n. 2, p. 121-130.
|E. Hajek, P. Heller, and E. Schur*; 2012, Field test of autogenic control on alluvial stratigraphy (Ferris Formation, Maastrictian/Paleogene, Wyoming), Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 124, n. 11-12, p. 1898-1912.
|Y. Wang, K. Straub, and E. Hajek, Scale dependent compensational stacking: an estimate of autogenic timescales in sedimentary basins, 2011, Geology, v. 39, p. 811-814.
|E. Hajek, B. Sheets, and P. Heller; Significance of channel-belt clustering in alluvial basins, 2010, Geology, v. 38, p. 535-538.
|E. Hajek, S. Huzurbazar, D. Mohrig, R. Lynds, and P. Heller, 2010, Statistical comparison of grain-size distributions in modern and ancient sandy fluvial systems, Journal of Sedimentary Research, v. 80, p. 184-192.
|H. Jones and E. Hajek, 2007, Characterizing avulsion stratigraphy in ancient alluvial deposits, Sedimentary Geology, v. 202, p. 124-137.
|R. Lynds and E. Hajek, 2006 Conceptual model for predicting mudstone distribution in sandy braided river reservoirs, AAPG Bulletin, v. 90, n. 8, p. 1273-1288.|
|Manuscripts in progress|
|N. Wysocki* and E. Hajek, Experimental study of conditions promoting clay deposition on sandy riverbeds, in revision.
|E. Chamberlin*, and E. Hajek, Using bar preservation to deconvolve basin and landscape controls on fluvial stratigraphy, in prep.|
|L. Larsen, E. Hajek, et al., 2015, Taking the pulse of the Earth’s surface systems, Eos, 96, doi:10.1029/2015EO040525. Published on 2 December 2015.|
|Editor: SEPM Special Publication: Autogenic Dynamics and Self Organization in Sedimentary Systems, in press, D. Budd, E. Hajek, and S. Purkis, eds.