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Assistant Professor, Utah State University

I have an undergraduate degree in Environmental Science, an MS in Earth Science, and a PhD in Biogeochemistry. My research focuses broadly on human impacts to the environment and natural environmental processes. I have three main research areas, 1) dust generation, composition, and the consequences of dust deposition to receiving ecosystems, 2) the influence of climate change and glacier recession on aquatic biogeochemistry and ecology, and 3) using paleolimnological archives to reconstruct historical environmental change.


  • –present
    Assistant Professor, Utah State University


  • 2012 
    University of Colorado, Boulder, PhD Biogeochemistry