Margaret HarlanUniversity of Tasmania · Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)
Master of Science
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PhD candidate at the University of Tasmania using ice core data from East Antarctica to investigate volcanic fertilization of the Kerguelen Plateau Region. Background in ice core paleoclimatology and climate reconstruction using chemistry and impurity analysis of Greenlandic ice cores.
Numerical models of formation of alluvial stratigraphy often specify, either explicitly or implicitly, the proportion of channel and overbank sediments that are deposited during a given interval of time. However, little is known about the factors that affect the partitioning of sediment between channels and the overbank environment over long time i...
Evaluating regional versus hemispheric eruptions in ice core records from East Antarctica in order to: 1.) Investigate regional surface ocean fertilization and potential associated boosts in marine productivity in the Southern Ocean, and 2.) Evaluate any interference from regional eruptions that may confound the calculation of climate forcing from globally significant eruptions.