Biogeochemical Controls on Paleoproductivity Proxies: The Antarctic Sea Ice Environment
I am a 3rd year PhD student working in the Global Change Group within the School of GeoSciences. My research is a blend of both modern biogeochemical cycles and paleoceanography in the near shore Antarctic sea ice environment. My aim is to better understand the mechanisms controlling formation of sedimentary paleo-proxy signatures, that are used to reconstruct past changes in the earth's oceanic regimes.
Research Interests: Marine biogeochemical cycles (C, N, Ba), application of stable isotopes and trace elements to problems in marine biogeochemistry and paleoceanography, experimental ecotoxicology and environmental fate studies.
Please feel free to contact me using any of the following:
Room 18 Sir John Murray Laboratories
School of GeoSciences
The University of Edinburgh
West Mains Road
tel: + 00 44 (0) 131 650 8505
fax: + 00 44 (0) 131 668 3184
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