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Dr Emily Stevenson

Dr Emily Stevenson

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Independent Research Fellow

College Research Associate at Magdalene College



11/2015 to 10/2017: Horizon 2020 Marie Sklowdowka-Curie Individual Fellowship: Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge, UK.
‘ICE-OTOPE’ Weathering and nutrient export from subglacial environments: A novel stable isotope approach.

07/2012 to 06/2015: Turner Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan, USA.
Stable strontium isotopes in glacial environments: Towards constraining the Sr geochemical cycle.

2009 to 2012: D.Phil. Earth Sciences; Isotope Geochemistry: Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oxford. Stable strontium isotope fractionation in marine and terrestrial environments.

2002 to 2007: M.Chem. with Hons. Chemistry with Environmental Chemistry: Department of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh
1st Class Honors

Research Interests

» Isotope geochemistry related to low-temperature processes
» Biogeochemical cycling of elements in terrestrial and marine environments
» Biotic and abiotic weathering processes, and water-rock interactions
» Glacial cycles and ocean/landscape evolution related to mineral weathering and CO2 evolution
» Pan-Arctic, glacial and high altitude fieldwork


Stable isotopes ; Geochemistry ; Glaciology

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