I use low-temperature thermochronology, together with related geochemical and numerical tools, to investigate tectonic, magmatic, and surface processes.
(GSA 2018) Check out my invited talk in the "Quantifying Geomorphic Processes and Rates of Landscape Evolution" session at the GSA Annual Meeting in Indianapolis.
(GSA 2018) Also swing by our posters to chat about monazite He dating and paleo-wildfire in Australia.
(September 2018) New paper out in G-cubed: Toward robust interpretation of low-temperature thermochronometers in magmatic terranes.
(May 2018) Excited to join the Hamilton College Geosciences Department as a Visiting Assistant Professor for the 2018-19 academic year!
(March 8, 2018) Headed to Baltimore to give a Bromery Lecture at Johns Hopkins' Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences.
(December 2017) Check out my invited talk in the "Applications of Thermochronology to Understand Crustal Systems" session at the AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans.