Welcome to the Terrestrial Biogeochemistry and Paleoclimatology lab at Brown University! We are a new research group in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences and the Institute at Brown for Environment & Society. We work on a variety of problems associated with the water and carbon cycles using geochemical tracers. This includes studying modern rivers and catchments, as well as the terrestrial geologic record (lakes, soils, and caves), to understand fundamental Earth system processes that link the biosphere, atmosphere, and lithosphere.
Stay tuned as we update this website with new people, projects, and initiatives! If you are interested in joining us please see our opportunities page.
Latest Pleistocene shorelines from Lake Surprise, CA
Recent papers and presentations
Dinwoody Creek Watershed below Gannett Peak, Wind River Range, Wyoming