I am Assistant Professor at the Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences at Iowa State University, where he directs the Stable isotope Laboratory. My research is largely dedicated to documenting and understanding past climates, especially in the North Atlantic region. Additionally, I am interested in developing new geochemical tools and proxy records for paleoclimatic applications. For my research, I primarily utilize light stable isotopes in both biogenic and inorganic carbonates. I direct the Stable Isotope Laboratory in the Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences. Wanamaker Research Group Website: SIPERG
My role in ARAMACC is Visiting Researcher. I played a major training role in the first Summer School and in the first research cruise to the Hebrides and St Kilda (left, with Juan Estrella Martinez), and I will be involved in training on some of the upcoming Summer Schools and workshops.