2002 – BS, Geology, Florida Atlantic University
2005 – MS, Geology, Florida Atlantic University
2010 – PhD, Geology, Texas A&M University
I am a geologist and stable isotope geochemist working in the Center on Global Change of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
My research applies stable isotopes to better understand environmental change. I am specifically interested in human induced environmental changes, particularly in coastal environments. Here I am investigating the potential effects of CO2 injection in to deep saline aquifers. I am also continuing research on ecohydrology, Gulf of Mexico hypoxia, and shallow-time geochemical proxies.Center on Global Change Nicholas School of the Environment Duke University, BOX 90338, Durham, NC 27708 Office: 3307 French Family Science Center
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