My research focuses on living and fossil organisms, and how they are chemically linked to the global environment. Using measurements of the stable isotopes of carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen my group is working to elucidate information about metabolism and environment, both in the Human environment, and through Geologic Time.
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Hope Jahren is currently working on a new book that will be released in March 2020. The Story of More focuses on how climate change occurred and where to go from here.
“As a scientist, I am indeed only an ant, insufficient and anonymous, but I am stronger than I look, and part of something that is much bigger than I am.”
"No matter how many classrooms I went into where I was the only girl in the physics class, I never questioned the fact that I didn’t belong there."