Soumaya Belmecheri

Post-doctoral Research Associate in Paleoclimate, University of Arizona

I am a broadly trained stable isotope geochemist with a primary focus on climate and environmental reconstructions from continental archives including lake sediments and tree-rings at different time-scales of the Quaternary. My research work is unified by the theme of quantitative climate reconstructions at regional scale where changes are most relevant to natural ecosystems and human societies. My approach is to develop quantitative proxies in an interdisciplinary collaborative setting.

Experience

  • –present
    Post-doctoral Research Associate in Paleoclimate, University of Arizona

Honours

ARIZONA (Mountain time)