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Assistant Professor
Glaciochemistry and Isotope Geochemistry

Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, College of Literature, Science and Arts
Atmospheric, Ocean and Space Sciences (AOSS), College of Engineering
Program In The Environment (PITE), College of Literature, Science and Arts

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Although the applications are diverse, my research interests broadly follow a common theme: using isotopes to trace physical processes of the earth. My primary research interests fall into several categories - U–series isotopes as tracers of ice dynamics in polar and temperate regions, isotopic tracers of dust and weathering in polar and tropical climates, stable isotopes of oxygen and hydrogen as pseudo-chronometers of ice, and recently we have started working on projects involving boron isotopes and the paleoclimate record.

In my free time I can be found outside - hiking, swimming, kayaking or mowing the ever-growing lawn - usually in the presence of my dog, Tequila.

My contact info:
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
2534 C.C. Little Building
1100 N. University Ave
Ann Arbor, MI
ph: 734-615-9041
fx: 734-763-4690
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