Dr. Neitzke Adamo’s research focuses on examining the sedimentological, paleontological and geochemical changes in sediments to understanding the surface and deep-water changes in the North Atlantic Ocean over the past 150 ka. Through her work with the Rutgers University Geology Museum, she is also involved in geoscience education research and examining and implementing new technologies and methodologies to create accessible museum spaces and content. Dr. Neitzke Adamo’s works with undergraduate and graduate students to explore geodetic remote sensing techniques through the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs, or drones) and photogrammetry.
Neitzke Adamo, L., Criscione, J., Sarkar, R., and McAuliffe, C., “Mineral Matching”, American Geosciences Institute, 2020 Earth Science Week Calendar- January 2021, Published in collaboration with the Geological Society of America.
Neitzke-Adamo, L., Introduction. Science Comics: Rocks and Minerals. By Andy Hirsh. First Second Books. New York: Macmillan Imprint, (October 2020).
Neitzke Adamo, L., “Glaciers, Drones, and 3D Printers, Oh My!” PolarTREC, 20 September 2019, https://www.polartrec.com/resources/lesson/glaciers-drones-and-3d-printers-oh-my.