Delia Oppo is a Senior Scientist in the Department of Geology and Geophysics. As an OCCI Fellow, she will focus on documenting past changes in the North Atlantic and tropics during the Holocene with the overall goal of understanding to what extent, and how, the climate of these regions are linked. She is taking several complementary approaches, utilizing a variety of proxies in sediment and coral archives, and beginning a collaborative modeling project to help place the paleoclimate data in a broader context.
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