Room Number: ER-6008
Thesis Title: New mineralogical and geochemical insights into continental margin iron formation deposition and Paleoproterozoic lithosphere-hydrosphere-atmosphere interaction from the ca. 1.88 Ga Sokoman iron formation, Labrador Trough
Supervisor(s): Dr. Michael G. Babechuk
Other: My research interests lie in understanding early Earth processes and surficial redox conditions. Specifically, I look at paleosols (source) and iron formations (sink) to discern the release and transport of many soluble elements during terrestrial weathering to the ancient oceans, and infer how these fluxes may have played a role in defining the redox architecture of Earth’s early oceans.