Hello there! I am a 4th year PhD student working with Dr. Jennifer Druhan. My interests include chemical weathering and global solute cycles, stable isotope geochemistry, catchment hydrology, and reactive transport modeling. My research is focused on (1) better characterizing Si (2nd most abundant element) and Ca (5th most abundant element) stable isotope fractionation during water-rock interactions that occur in the shallow subsurface of Earth's crust through lab experiments and reactive transport modeling; and (2) using these stable isotopes to gain important insight into the chemical and transport processes that influence solute generation and cycling within silicate and carbonate weathering environments.
My research has taken me across the Atlantic to France, the beautiful land of wine, fromage, croissants, and foie gras.
That's all vineyards in the Jura.
- Boston University