What controls the interactions between clay minerals, fluids, and organic matter, and how does this lead to the geochemical signals we measure in the environment? To answer these questions, I use stable isotope and organic molecular analyses to probe the organic-inorganic interface at an atomistic level. My postdoctoral research focuses on the wildfire-climate link and how cave deposits can store molecular paleoenvironmental information.
- Ph.D.: Chemistry at University of Connecticut
- B.S.: Chemistry at University of New Haven
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