ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

QUEENS COLLEGE, CUNY
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About me

I am Quaternary geochronologist who explores linkages between glaciation, climate, and landscape evolution. To better understand the causes and consequences of glacier and ice sheet variability, I integrate cosmogenic nuclide surface exposure dating, geochemical and physical analyses of lake sediments, and remote sensing. This multi-tool approach allows me to assess the impacts of glaciation across space and time, and ultimately develop insights into how climate change has influenced glacier retreat around the globe.