James Cook University

Chris chose to specialise in ecogeochemistry, because of the flexibility it brings to investigate a wide range of topics that can contribute to our understanding of environmental change. His research incorporates both a range of terrestrial and aquatic systems and utilised a suite of stable isotope ratios on a wide array of materials. His current research interests include developing records of tropical environmental change from cave guano, lacustrine sediments, and speleothems using organic geochemical archives.

An essential item in Chris’ toolkit:

“A couple of mass spectrometers”

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