Dissertation title: Investigating climate-chemistry interactions on multiple spatiotemporal scales Advisor: Loretta Mickley and Daniel Jacob Current position: Postdoctoral Scientist, Milken Institute School of Public Health, The George Washington University
Dissertation title: “Exploring the Climate Impacts of Solar Geoengineering on Land-Atmosphere Interactions Advisor: Daniel Schrag Current position: ASP Postdoctoral Fellow, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Dissertation title: "Exploring the Wide Net of Human Energy Systems: From Carbon Dioxide Emissions in China to Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals Usage in the United States” Advisor: Steve Wofsy Current position: Senior Research Associate II, Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc.
Dissertation: "Paleomagnetic and Geochronologic constraints on the Neoproterozoic Tectonics and Climate of the Western Margin of Laurentia Advisor: Francis Macdonald Current position: Crosby Postdoctoral Fellow, MIT
Dissertation title: “The global biogeochemical cycle of mercury: Insights from modeling atmospheric chemistry and all-time emissions from human activity” Advisor: Daniel Jacob Current position: NSF postdoctoral research fellow at the Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean and the Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington
Dissertation title: “Molecular and isotopic investigations into the ecology of marine Thaumarchaeota” Advisor: Ann Pearson Current position: Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Colorado, Boulder
Dissertation title: “Air Quality in Southeast Asia: The growing threat of coal emissions and land use change fires to human health in a rapidly evolving region” Advisors: Daniel Jacob and Loretta Mickley Current position: Post-doctoral physical scientist with the U.S. EPA
Post-Doctoral Fellow Junior Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows Mitrovica Group
I am interested in understanding the large-scale properties of Earth, but in particular, the anelastic/viscous and buoyancy structure of the mantle. My work involves studying processes across different timescales, from solid earth tides (~ hours) to post-glacial rebound (~ 10,000 years), making sure that our theoretical understanding of these dissipative processes is consistent across this broad spectrum. With such a framework, observations may then be used to infer various material properties of the Earth, from the long-wavelength buoyancy structure of the deep mantle to the transient nature of Earth's rheology.
Dissertation title: “Investigations of Three Dominant Patterns of Large-scale Circulation Variability in the Atmosphere” Advisor: Zhiming Kuang Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow at Columbia University... Read more about Ding Ma
Dissertation title: “Multiple Sulfur Isotope Applications in Diagenetic Models and Geochemical Proxy Records” Advisor: David Johnston Current position: Senior Research Associate in the ILEPS at Northwestern University
Dissertation title: “Elemental Fluxes to the Seafloor: Pleistocene Climate and Submarine Hydrothermal Activity” Advisor: Sujoy Mukhopadhyay Current position: Lamont Postdoctoral Fellow at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
Dissertation title: "Earth’s Internal Processes and Structure Based onNovel Seismological Approaches" Advisor: Miaki Ishii Current position: Texaco Postdoctoral Scholar, California Institute of Technology