Research Interests: My focus is using glacial and lacustrine records to understand and evaluate mechanisms for climate change. As part of my research, I employ cosmogenic and radiocarbon dating techniques to understand the timing of glacial changes.
Life Interests: I am passionate about almost anything that has to do with being outdoors (hiking, paddling, skiing and climbing, first come to mind). I also enjoy wood working projects and building cedar strip canoes
Why Dartmouth?: There are tremendous new opportunities for climate change research and great facilities. In addition, the faculty and graduate students are friendly and excited about their work