Kate Huntington



  • NSF Grant EAR-1252064
  • Quaternary Research Center

Clumped isotopes in carbonate-bearing paleosols hold great potential to quantify environmental change in the deep geologic past. We are investigating the relationship between environmental conditions and temperatures recorded by clumped isotopes in modern soils in the Andes. Our most recent projects are targeting loess deposits in the Palouse region of eastern Washington, the Andes, and the Chinese loess plateau.


  • Peters et al., 2013 (EPSL)

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