Karen K. Ellis (kkimm @ princeton.edu)

Graduate Student with Daniel Sigman (Sigman group)

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A15 Guyot Hall, Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, Princeton NJ 08544

609-258-0896 (contact me)

Research Interests

Nitrogen isotope biogeochemistry

More information coming soon!

Current Projects

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Education

2009-present: Ph.D. program in Geosciences, Princeton University

Advisor: Daniel Sigman

2006: BS in Geological Sciences with Honors (High Distinction), Minor in Environmental Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Honors Thesis: A New Ocean Record of Climate Change from the Southern Subtropical Pacific (advised by Ingrid Hendy)

Teaching and Professional Experience

Fall Semester 2010: Assistant in Instruction for lab sections for GEO 102 (Climate: Past, Present, and Future), Department of Geosciences, Princeton University.

September 2007-August 2009: Lab Technician and Assistant Instructor for the ENV undergraduate teaching labs (ENV 201b, 202b, 204, and 340; FRS 171/175), Princeton Environmental Institute, Princeton University.

October 2006-June 2007: Staff Geologist, Geosyntec Consultants, Lawrenceville, NJ.

 
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