Rosenstiel school
We use a variety of techniques to study biogeochemical cycling through Earth history in the Trace Metal Biogeochemistry Lab.

While in the field, we use drone imagery, photos, sedimentological and stratigraphic observations, and in situ environmental data from meteorological stations, long term loggers, and handheld instruments to collect the relevant information needed to answerour scientific questions. Back in the laboratory in Miami, we use a variety of techniques ranging from mass spectrometers to titrators to conduct analyses of water, dust, sediment, organic matter, and stromatolite samples collected during our field work campaigns.

We collaborate with MGS colleagues in the Stable Isotope Laboratory, the Neptune Isotope Laboratory, and the CSL Center for Carbonate Research, as well as colleagues from other departments and universities to accomplish our project goals.