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Non-traditional Isotope Research on Various Advanced Novel Applications
Study led by Haifeng Fan published in Geobiol. showing a significant perturbation to marine redox conditions during the Shuram negative C isotope excursion.
We’re pleased to welcome Danielle Santiago Ramos, WHOI Postdoctoral Scholar, to the NIRVANA Labs! Dani will be working with Sune Nielsen (G&G) and Frieder Klein (MC&G) on potassium isotope cycling in subduction zones.
Study led by Dalton Hardisty published in Chem. Geol. reporting direct evidence of iodide oxidation under marine-analogue conditions, made possible by the development of a highly-sensitive new MC-ICP-MS method.
Congratulations to Ann Dunlea, who today starts her new position as Assistant Scientist in the Department of Marine Chemistry & Geochemistry at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Logan Tegler is at the 2019 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Phoenix presenting her research exploring primary productivity before the Great Oxidation Event.
Congratulations to Liz King, who today starts her new position as Program Manager for Environmental Chemistry at the Army Research Office.
We’re pleased to welcome Iulia-Madalina Streanga, MIT–WHOI Joint Program Student, to the NIRVANA Labs!
Study co-led by Ben Geyman and Jamie Ptacek published in Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. assessing the utility of deep-sea bamboo corals from the northeast Pacific to record ambient barium-isotopic chemistry.
Liz King is at the 2019 Goldschmidt Conference in Barcelona presenting her research on molybdenum isotope cycling in the subterranean estuary. Other research featuring NIRVANA team members at the meeting: Peter Crockford in Session 07b: Room 111, Tuesday @ 15:00 – 15:15 Jurek Blusztajn in Session 02c: Room 212, Thursday @ 15:45 – 16:00 Yunchao…
Study led by Malcolm Hodgskiss published in Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. examining the rapid reduction in biosphere size following Great Oxidation Event.