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Marcela Eduarda Godoy

PhD Student

Institute for Geosciences, University of Mainz, Germany

My research is focused on reconstructing climate and environmental changes across the south border of Amazon Basin using a multiproxy approach with stalagmites

Instagram: @a.marcelagodoy

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Petronela Ševčíková

Research Assistant

Geological Institute of Dionýz štúr, Bratislava, Slovakia

My research project is devoted to the reconstruction of the evolution of a unique type of caves, that are formed in depth under the surface – hypogene crystal caves- and the paleohydrologic regime involved in their formation.

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Elizabeth Patterson

PhD Student

University of California, Irvine, USA

I use stalagmites from Laos and Vietnam to reconstruct Southeast Asian hydroclimate.

Twitter: @paleopatt

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Giselle Utida

Postdoctoral Researcher

Institute of Geosciences, University of São Paulo, Brazil

My research focuses on paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental reconstruction of South America using speleothems and cave deposits.

 

Instagram: @giselleutida

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Julio Cauhy Rodrigues

PhD Student

Institute for Geosciences, University of Mainz, Germany

I work with stalagmites using a multiproxy approach to reconstruct Holocene hydroclimate variability of Southeastern Brazil.

Instagram: @juliocauhy

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Marit Holten Løland

PhD Student

Department of Earth Science – University of Bergen, Norway

I work with the fluid inclusion microthermometry method to reconstruct past temperatures over glacial-interglacial timescales from tropical speleothems.

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Benjamin Tiger

PhD Student

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

I am interested drivers of Indo-Pacific climate variability over interannual to orbital timescales and their impacts on East African hydroclimate. My recent work focuses on reconstructing deglacial climate change using speleothems from Madagascar.

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Calla Gould

PhD Student

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S4 Committee 2019 -- 2022
(From left to right: Jonathan Baker, Marcela Godoy, Nela Sevcikova, Jessica von der Meden, Mojgan Soleimani, Hege Kilhavn, Elizabeth Patterson, Sebastian Hopker)

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