10/24/17 Our work on the stable isotopic composition of specific compounds in deep-sea corals is out: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016703717306373! Congrats to our former postdoc Kelton McMahon – now at URI (web.uri.edu/gso/kelton-mcmahon/) – for leading this study.
8/23/17 Come work in sunny California. The Keck Science Department and Pomona Colleges of the Claremont Colleges are hiring an instrument technician: https://tinyurl.com/y7dd6fvq.
8/14/17 It’s time for the Goldschmidt Conference in Paris. Branwen and Dr. Eleni Anagnostou, our former postdoc, present their work on coralline algae skeletal geochemistry.
7/27/17 The LUCE Foundation is supporting our novel approach to quantifying land use change and nutrient cycling within a culture context in SE Asia: https://www.cmc.edu/news/envirolab-asia-awarded-14-million-grant-to-expand-environmental-research-project.
7/21/17 The newest NOAA Deep-sea coral report is out: https://deepseacoraldata.noaa.gov/library/NOAA-DSCRTP_OHC2017TM_AK-DSC-InitiativeReport.pdf
6/19/17 Branwen was at Northeastern University visiting with collaborator Justin Ries (https://tinyurl.com/yato3f86).
6/6/17 We’ve published on Labrador Sea variability in Nature Communications: http://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms15543! Congrats to Phoebe Chan for leading this study.