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I am a climate scientist and paleoceanographer. My research utilizes novel geochemical archives to elucidate past changes in Earth's climate on annual, decadal, and millenial timescales. As a whole, my work aims to understand how Earth's climate has varied in the past to better predict how it will change under future climate change scenarios.




What will happen to Oxygen Minimum Zones in the future?

2005 - 2009

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

B.S. in Chemistry

B.S. in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences

Are subtropical gyres expanding?

Can we better constrain changes in Agulhas leakage across glacial/interglacial cycles?

2009 - 2017

Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD

M.S. in Geology

Ph.D. in Climate Science

2018 - Present

Max Planck Institute for Chemistry

Postdoctoral Researcher

How did the Southeastern Atlantic Ocean evolve over the last 150,000 years?

Does tooth enamel record information about past food webs?

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