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!!
Congratulations to Dr. Hannah Carroll who successfully defended her PhD research yesterday. The title of her doctoral dissertation is “Late Quaternary paleoecology of the North American midcontinent.” She did an amazing job all around from the presentation to the defense with her committee members. Wooooohooooooo!
Dr. Whitney successfully defended her PhD research (Using modern and paleoceanographic isotopic systems to reconstruct Late Holocene temporal oceanographic variability in the rapidly warming Gulf of Maine). We are all very proud of Nina!!
Congratulations to Diana Thatcher and co-authors on their new publication (Hydroclimate variability from western Iberia (Portugal) during the Holocene: Insights from a composite stalagmite isotope record). The paper is published in the Holocene journal (https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0959683620908648).