Ph.D. Candidate, CEOAS
Education & Positions Held:
B.A., Geophysics, University of California Berkeley (2016)
M.S., Water Resources Science, Oregon State University (2019)
Ph.D., Geology, Oregon State University (expected 2024)
I am interested in what magnetic and lithologic data can tell us about changes in glacial, oceanographic, and other environmental processes, as well as past changes in the geomagnetic field. The goals of my graduate research involve exploring ways to better correlate stratigraphic records, developing a Late Pleistocene-Holocene record of paleomagnetic secular variation (PSV) from marine sediment cores collected from the Oregon margin, and investigating what this record can tell us about environmental changes through the period since the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM).
In my free time, I enjoy exploring the outdoors, reading, baking, and playing board and video games.
104 CEOAS Admin Bldg
Corvallis, OR 97331-5503
Office: Wilkinson 123