Currently I am an EnviroLab Asia Postdoctoral Fellow at Claremont McKenna College, a distinguished undergraduate liberal arts school.
I am an environmental scientist that uses a wide range of ecological, paleolimnological, and geochemical techniques to study long-term environmental change in lake and coastal ecosystems in response to anthropogenic stressors.
keywords for my research:
aquatic ecology, (paleo)limnology, paleoecology, biogeochemistry, contaminants, ecosystems, climate change, peatlands, biovectors, seabirds, eiders, diatoms, conservation biology, lipophilic biomarkers, stable isotopes
Research highlights & news:
Collecting a sediment core from a lake surrounded by an eider colony, near Cape Dorset, NU Jul. 2015