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He has completed his PhD in the Department of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan on Stable Isotope Studies of Fresh-Water Bivalves (Unionidae) and Ostracodes (Podocopida) Implications for Late Cretaceous / Paleogene and Early Holocene Paleoclimatology and Paleohydrology of North America. His current research on Saguaro spine isotope chemistry, physiology, and growth in a changing climate, Landsnail shell chemistry and monsoon climate history,Paleoindian and Archaic usage of coastal marine resources in the northern Gulf of California,Bird migration and stable isotopes in feathers,Stable isotopes in modern and ancient fresh water systems,Fish migration and life history based on otolith chemistry,Stable isotope studies in lagoonal and estuarine systems,Minor element concentrations in ostracodes,Stable isotope paleo-elevation studies,Stable isotope techniques in ecology, paleoecology and conservation biology.
isotope techniques in ecology, paleoecology and conservation biology