CZ17O: Triple Oxygen Isotopes in Soil Carbonates

New perspectives on soil carbonate formation

Goldschmidt 2020 - Virtual Presentation

Fingerprinting Soil Water Evaporation with Triple Oxygen Isotopes of Pedogenic Carbonates

Sediment Fingerprinting

River restoration in central Oregon

Greenhouse climates of the Cenozoic

How hot was it really?


Maintaining sanity


For the past couple of years, we’ve been working on a local field site, the Edwin S George Reserve, just north of Ann Arbor, …

I’m excited that the first paper from my NSF EAR postdoc fellowship has been accepted for publication in Geology! The initial …

Sometimes it takes a whole month just to troubleshoot the mass spectrometer. Due to a long string of hypothesized problems and …

Naomi Levin and I had an excellent trip out to Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed (RCEW), which is a watershed with a long history …


Reconstructing water availability in terrestrial ecosystems is key to understanding past climate and landscapes, but there are few …

The δ18O of carbonate minerals that formed at Earth’s surface is widely used to investigate paleoclimates and paleo-elevations. …

Pedogenic carbonate is widespread at mid latitudes where warm and dry conditions favor soil carbonate growth from spring to fall. The …

Paleoaltimetry reconstructions of the Central Andes based on stable isotope data indicate variable timing and rates of uplift, …

Isotope Goechemistry Primers

Triple Oxygen Isotopes

What are all those primes for anyway?

Carbonate Clumped isotopes

What is clumped isotope thermometry and is it real?

Outreach & Mentoring


Field and classroom geoscience education


Get undergrads involved


Outside the ivory tower


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