Naomi E. Levin
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.
Emily J. Beverly
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
My research focuses on using paleosols to reconstruct past terrestrial environments and climates, especially in relation to human evolution. I am interested in developing a paleo-aridity proxy for paleosols using triple oxygen isotopes in pedogenic carbonates.
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.
Research interests: building records of aridity from eastern Africa using fossil teeth.
Sophie Lehmann (PhD 2016, JHU)
postdoc at University of Pittsburgh
Nikki DeLuca (PhD student 2014 – present, JHU)
Zelalem Bedaso (Postdoc 2011- 2013, JHU)
Assistant Professor, University of Dayton