Research



I am involved in a variety of research projects that are a mix of my interests with those of the students. My interests lie in using isotope geochemistry for a variety of topics ranging from mineral exploration, environmental geology, archeology, hydrometallurgy, hydrogeology, and geochronology. The projects can be divided into two types of systems- radiogenic and nontraditional stable transition metal isotopes. These projects have spanned the globe and I enjoy and invite collaborations with international colleagues from both industry and academia. Follow the above links to see examples integrated geochronology type projects with radiogenic isotopes and earth process/tracing metal studies with nontraditional stable transition metal isotopes.