Alaina defended her MS research (Insights into the Hydroclimate during the Medieval Climate Anomaly, Little Ice Age, and Industrial Era from Annually Resolved Southern Portuguese Speleothem Records) on May 5, 2022! Congrats on a great presentation and defense!!
Very exited to share some new research results. This was years in the making and was a real group effort. A 250‐Year, Decadally Resolved, Radiocarbon Time History in the Gulf of Maine Reveals a Hydrographic Regime Shift at the End of the Little Ice Age https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2020JC016579 Radiocarbon measured in absolutely dated Arctica islandica shells … Continue reading New lab group paper
Congratulations to Nina and co-authors for their new paper on characterizing water mass variability in the Gulf of Maine using stable isotopes link to paper. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2020.104210 Whitney, N.M., Wanamaker, A.D., Switzer, M.E., Pettigrew, N.R., 2020. Using stable isotopes as tracers of water masses and nutrient cycling processes in the Gulf of Maine. Cont Shelf Res … Continue reading New paper by Dr. Nina Whitney
Congratulations to Dr. Diana Thatcher for successfully defending her PhD research! The title of her PhD dissertation is “Using Portuguese stalagmites to constrain Holocene arid and humid intervals and drivers of regional hydroclimate.” She did a fantastic job all around!!