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Daniel Palchan

I am a geochemist who studies earth's past climates. My Focus is using radiogenic isotopes on marine and lacustrine sediments to understand the effects of short term climate changes, especially during deglaciation periods. In the past I have used major and trace elements analysis along with isotope ratios of Nd and Sr. Lately I have implemented U disintegration series on marine sediments in the Red Sea to study the 232Th based mass accumulation rates.

Desert Dust In The Middle East

The current climate change we experience calls for understanding how our environment responded to natural variations of climate in the past. It is well established that the global climate had shifted from glacial conditions when ice accumulated in the poles […]