From July 2015: Assistant Professor in EAPS department, MIT
My research focuses on marine carbonate deposition through time and how that informs our understanding of Earth’s past climate and seawater chemistry. In the field, I make sedimentological observations to inform petrography and sequence stratigraphy. In the lab, I use carbonate clumped isotope thermometry and a variety of microanalytical techniques to probe the temperature and fluid composition of depositional environments and diagenetic events. I am currently working in Svalbard, Oman, the Basin and Range and the mid-continent on the Neoproterozoic through end-Orodovician glaciation.