Lab members past and present will be presenting research at AGU in San Francisco next week. Recent grad Katy Rico (PhD ’19) will present a poster on Tuesday about her work on trace metals in pore waters. Allie Tessin (PhD ’16) has an invited poster on Wednesday based upon her recent paper in Geology that looked at Mo speciation in Western Interior Seaway rocks. Current student Bekah Stein (@stein_science) has a talk on Thursday where she will present new work on using soil carbon isotope compositions as a paleoclimate reconstruction tool. Finally, Nathan (@nsheldonlab) will present a talk on Thursday about carbon isotope ecology of gymnosperms that is based on a forthcoming invited review paper in Global and Planetary Change.