Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Near-Surface Geochemistry and Geobiology

Alumni Yearbook

This page is under construction and currently only represents a limited list of EPS alumni.

Name Degreesort descending Year Major Current Position Thesis Topic
Elisabeth Green Ph.D. 2007 Earth and Planetary Science The influence of geochemical and microbiological weathering on hillslope erosion and landscape evolution
Tyler Arbour Ph.D. 2017 Earth and Planetary Science CMET- Center for Microbial Ecology and Technology, Postdoctorial Scholar Cultivating and Characterizing Electroactive Microbial Communities using Bioelectrochemical Systems and Metagenomics
Nestor Cuevas Ph.D. 2009 Earth and Planetary Science Schlumberger Geosolutions, Integrated EM Center of Excellence Senior Geophysicist Electrokinetic Coupling in Hydraulic Fracture Propagation
Jacob Seeley Ph.D. 2018 Earth and Planetary Science Harvard University Center for the Environment, Environmental Fellow Convection, Radiation, and Climate: Fundamental Mechanisms and Impacts of a Changing Atmosphere
Tess McEnulty Ph.D. 2012 Earth and Planetary Science Red Canyon, Orion Assembly, test, and Launch Operations Engineer Oxygen Loss from Venus and the Influence of Extreme Solar Wind Conditions
Zachary Geballe Ph.D. 2014 Earth and Planetary Science Carnegie Science Geophysical Laboratory Postdoctoral Fellow
Jonathan Stock Ph.D. 2003 Earth and Planetary Science
Kenneth Ferrier Ph.D. 2009 Earth and Planetary Science Assistant professor of sea-level geophysics and surface processes in the Department of Geoscience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Effects of climate, physical erosion, parent mineralogy, and dust on chemical erosion rates in mountainous terrain
Kimberly Knight Ph.D. 2007 Earth and Planetary Science Argon Geochronology: I. Applied 40Ar/39Ar Methods to the Chronology of Large Igneous Provinces II. Development of Cosmogenic Argon Methods for Terrestrial Chronology
Sean Wahl Ph.D. 2017 Earth and Planetary Science UC Berkeley Postdoctorial Researcher Modeling of Planetary Interiors: From Microscopic to Global Scales
Sean Ford Ph.D. 2008 Earth and Planetary Science Isotropic Sources and Attenuation Structure: Nuclear Tests, Mine Collapses, and Q
Elizabeth Mitnick Ph.D. 2018 Earth and Planetary Science Stable isotope fractionation and trace element partitioning in marine, terrestrial, and laboratory-synthesized carbonates
Kyung-Eun Min Ph.D. 2012 Earth and Planetary Science Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Professor Eddy-covariance observations of the atmosphere-biosphere exchange of nitrogen oxides
Mong-Han Huang Ph.D. 2014 Earth and Planetary Science University of Maryland Department of Geology, Assistant Professor Crustal Deformation During Co- and Postseismic Phases of the Earthquake Cycle Inferred from Geodetic and Seismic Data
Christina Lee Ph.D. 2010 Earth and Planetary Science Assistant Research Physicist University of California, Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory The Structure of the Solar Wind in the Inner Heliosphere
Wren Montgomery Ph.D. 2007 Earth and Planetary Science The Role of High-Pressure Organic Chemistry in Planetary Evolution
Courtney Sprain Ph.D. 2017 Earth and Planetary Science University of Liverpool School of Environmental Sciences, Postdoctorial Research Associate Resolving the timing of events around the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary
Christian Huber Ph.D. 2009 Earth and Planetary Science Georgia Institute of Technology Assistant Professor The importance of small-scale dynamics on large-scale magmatic processes
Hannah Bourne Ph.D. 2018 Earth and Planetary Science Stable isotope fractionation and trace element partitioning in marine, terrestrial, and laboratory-synthesized carbonates
Laura Nielson Ph.D. 2012 Earth and Planetary Science UC Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management Assistant Professor
Andrea Chiang Ph.D. 2015 Earth and Planetary Science Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Postdoctoral Researcher Investigating Source Processes of Isotropic Events
Abigail Swann Ph.D. 2010 Earth and Planetary Science Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and Ecology at the University of Washington Ecoclimate: Variations, Interactions, and Teleconnections
John Moreau Ph.D. 2007 Earth and Planetary Science The role of microbial sulfur cycling in the fate of metals in mining-impacted environments

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