Daniel Rothman

The Permian-Triassic boundary, Xiakou section, China
Daniel Rothman
Professor of Geophysics
Ph.D.(1986), Stanford University
A.B (1979), Brown University
Bio and Interests

Daniel H. Rothman is a theoretical geophysicist who has contributed
widely to the understanding of the dynamical organization of the
natural environment. His work has resulted in fundamental advances in
subjects ranging from seismology and fluid flow to biogeochemistry and
paleobiology. He has also made significant contributions to research
in statistical physics. Rothman's current work combines theory, field
observations, and experiments to study problems including the carbon
cycle and climate, the co-evolution of life and the environment, and
the dynamics of fluids, rocks, and sand.

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