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Naomi E. Levin – Associate Professor
nelevin@umich.edu
Research Interests: ecosystem and landscape responses to climate change; triple oxygen isotope geochemistry; plant-animal-climate interactions; isotope hydrology; environmental context for human evolution; paleoclimate proxy development; rift basin evolution.


Sarah Katz – PhD Candidate
skatzees@umich.edu
Research interests: water budgets in the Peruvian Andes using triple oxygen isotopes, building paleoclimate records from lacustrine carbonates in Peru using a combination of triple oxygen isotopes and clumped isotope techniques.


Jada Langston – MS student
jadalang@umich.edu
Research interests: paleoclimate, stable isotopes, human evolution, diagenesis

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Mara Page, MS thesis Aug 2020 (at UM 2018-2020)
Thesis title: The stable isotope ecology of mammals in the southern Kenyan Rift Valley


Emily Beverly (NSF postdoc at UM 2016-2018)
Assistant Professor, University of Houston


Dr. Jessica Moerman, (NSF postdoc at JHU and UM, 2015-2017)
AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow, Department of Energy
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Dr. Sophie Lehmann (PhD 2016, JHU)
postdoc at University of Pittsburgh
Dissertation title: Studies of Carbon, Oxygen, and Strontium Isotopes in Tooth Enamel: Evaluating Paleoenvironmental Change in South Africa and Expanding the Paleoclimate Tool Kit


Nikki DeLuca (PhD student 2014 – present, JHU)


Gabrielle Stephens (JHU undergrad, Class of 2016)


Dr. Shuning Li (PhD 2015, JHU)
faculty at Peking University
Dissertation Title: Triple Oxygen Isotope Distributions in Meteoric Waters, Plant Waters and Laboratory Precipitated Calcite.


Eric Ryberg (JHU undergrad, Class of 2015)
Postdoc at MIT


Edward Kardish (JHU undergrad, Class of 2014)


Dr. Zelalem Bedaso (Postdoc 2011- 2013, JHU)
Assistant Professor, University of Dayton


Dr. Rebecca Kraft (PhD 2012, JHU)
Scientist at NIST
Dissertation title: Reconstruction of Holocene and Early Eocene Terrestrial Environments Using Multiple Stable Isotope Proxies.