Joint Program Student
Work: 508 289 2892
Building: Clark 410
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Woods Hole, MA 02543
I study geochemical processes controlling mobilization and export of carbon in river systems. My research focuses on the Fraser River in southwestern Canada, an uncommonly pristine river with an exciting variety of hydrology, vegetation, and geology within its basin. I am interested in combining organic and inorganic tracers of dissolved and particulate material carried by rivers to constrain sources and transformations of both organic and mineral matter across drainage basins. In particular, I am interested in the changes rivers undergo on seasonal to millennial timescales.
University of Washington, B.S. in oceanography 2009
MIT/WHOI Joint Program in oceanography, PhD candidate