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I use physical and chemical properties of bivalve shells to reconstruct past marine variability. Research interests: Palaeoceanography, sclerochronology, marine ecology, past marine climate.
Fossil reefs have the potential to provide important data for studies of climate and environmental change. This is particularly true for Pleistocene-Holocene coral reefs, which predominantly consist of communities undisturbed by anthropogenic impact and therefore provide a baseline for evaluating the status of modern reefs. We used photo transects...
The North Atlantic Ocean and adjacent shelf seas play a crucial role in global climate. To better constrain long-term natural variability and marine-terrestrial linkages in this region, a network of highly resolved marine archives from the open ocean and continental shelves is needed. In recent decades, bivalve sclerochronology has emerged as a fie...
In January 2020, a survey was sent to PAGES early-career researchers (ECRs) to assess their understanding of PAGES' structure, awareness of support offered by the PAGES Early-Career Network (ECN; pastglobalchanges.org/ecn), and the involvement of ECRs in working groups (WGs). The latter assessment serves as an important baseline metric for active e...
The PAGES Early-Career Network (ECN; pastglobalchanges.org/ecn) was developed to create a permanent platform for earlycareer researchers (ECRs) to exchange ideas, perform outreach, engage in skill development, and find collaborations among fellow ECRs within PAGES.
Horizon scanning is an increasingly common strategy to identify key research needs and frame future agendas in science. Here, we present the results of the first such exercise for the field of sclerochronology, thereby providing an overview of persistent and emergent research questions that should be addressed by future studies. Through online corr...
The Early-Career Network (ECN) of Past Environmental Global Changes (PAGES) aims to facilitate the exchange of ideas and skill sets in order to give early-career researchers the tools to excel in their research fields. The PAGES ECN will aid in the dissemination of information, establish vital scientific networks, and foster the development of ideas that can lead to future research collaborations and improved job prospects.