In December 2021, I was fortunate enough to receive a Young Scientist Mobility Scholarship through the DFG-funded SPP1833 program to visit Dr. Eva Stueeken for three weeks at the historical University of St Andrews in the U.K. The purpose of this trip was to measure the nitrogen isotope composition of modern and ancient stromatolites. These […]
Excited to find out that our recent paper entitled The evolution of stable silicon isotopes in a coastal carbonate aquifer on Rottnest Island, Western Australia was published in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. This was a collaboration between UNSW Sydney and ANSTO in Australia. The link to the freely available (open access) paper is here: […]
I am presenting at EGU2021 on 29/04/21 in session BG4.3: (Paleo-)environmental reconstructions from biomineralized carbonates: From the Precambrian to the present. My presentation is entitled The uranium isotopic composition of modern stromatolites forming in Shark Bay, Western Australia. Find it here: https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/EGU21-14810.html
In mid-Feburary/early March 2020, I was lucky enough to visit the Singhbhum Craton in north-western India as part of an excursion by the DFG-funded SPP1833 program. In comparison to other Archean cratons such as the Pilbara, Western Australia and Kaapvaal, South Africa, it is much less studied. Little did we know that this would be […]
I’m not sure if this post should be short or long, a personal intro to my life, a bloggy mission statement, a manifesto for the future or a simple outline of what I hope to publish. Regardless, I just clicked the “New Post” button and am publishing a post today. I’ve followed the advice and […]
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