David McGee's Group

McGee's Group uses uranium and thorium isotopes to reconstruct and understand past climates, with a particular focus on reconstructing changes in atmospheric circulation and the balance of precipitation and evaporation. Current projects focus on the Late Pleistocene and fall into three main (often overlapping) categories: paleohydrology, past dust emissions and transport, and flux records from marine sediments.

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