My research interests involve the application of trace elements and isotopes, such as noble gases, radiogenic, cosmogenic, and extraterrestrial nuclides as well as oxygen, carbon and hydrogen isotopes, to problems at the interface between climate, biogeochemistry, and environmental studies., Most of my studies focus on marine systems, both modern and paleo. More recently, I have started working with ice cores as an archive of past climate conditions.
- What Dust May Have To Do With Earth’s Rapidly Warming Poles
- Scientists Locate Apparent Hydrothermal Vents off Antarctica
- New Seafloor Cores Show Tight Bond Between Dust and Past Climates
- Lamont Scientists Develop New Technique to Study Long-Term Changes to the Earth's Surface
- Cosmic Dust in Ice Cores Sheds Light on Earth's Past Climate
- Written in Dust