Our lab group specializes in applications of inert gases as quantitative tracers of physical processes in nature. Our current research spans a wide range in both space and time: from using noble gases tracers in the deep ocean to better understand large-scale changes in ocean ventilation in the past, present, and future, to constraining groundwater recharge and flow pathways, to simulating picosecond- and angstrom-scale interactions between dissolved gas atoms and water molecules that give rise to the isotopic signals we observe in nature.
To learn more about what we're currently measuring and modeling, check out the "Research" page or get in touch!
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