I am a sedimentary geochemist and paleoclimatologist. I research modern and ancient environmental change on land, primarily through the lens of stable isotopes in sediments. I am currently fascinated by soils and paleosols.
Exciting news!! I will be starting as an Assistant Professor in the Dept of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Indiana University in January 2024. I plan to set up a carbonate stable isotope lab with clumped and triple oxygen isotope capabilities. Please get in touch if you are interested in graduate school or postdoc opportunities.
PhD in Earth and Space Sciences, 2019
University of Washington
BA in Earth Sciences, 2012
Fingerprinting Soil Water Evaporation with Triple Oxygen Isotopes of Pedogenic Carbonates