Ph.D. University of New Hampshire, 1993
- Research Associate Professor
Global Biogeochemical Cycles - Global Change & Ice Core Analysis
My research interests center on the major ion chemistry of the cryosphere and the atmosphere, and on the development of climate records through the recovery and analysis of ice cores. Over the past 15 years I have been involved in research expeditions to Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, China, Pakistan, the Canadian Arctic, Greenland, and Antarctica. I am currently leading research programs, funded primarily by the National Science Foundation, to develop high resolution, multi-parameter ice core paleoclimate records from glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau and in the Canadian Arctic.
Paleoclimate Analysis ESCI 764/864/EOS 864; Earth System Science ESCI 795/895-NR 795/895