The Climate Change Lab at the University of Michigan is led by Professor Chris Poulsen. Our research investigates climate change in the past, present and future using both theoretical and observational methods.
Opportunities: Interested in climate change, paleoclimate, or water isotopes as a tracer of hydrological processes? Contact Chris for both post-doctoral and graduate student opportunities.
10 Sept. Rich accepts a Postdoctoral Position with the Inter-university Training for Continental-ecology program at the University of Utah to start in 2016.
6. Sept. Dan Horton (PhD 2011) accepts position as Assistant Professor in the Dept of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Northwestern University.
28 Aug. Ran defends her dissertation: "Detangling climate and topographic history from Cenozoic proxy records: Examples from western North America and the Andes-eastern tropical Pacific"
12 Jun. Check out the June 12th issue of Science. Chris, Clay, and Joseph White (Baylor) have a paper on the effect of atmospheric oxygen on the climate! A press release of the article can be read here.
15 Jun. Clay and Ran attend the 20th Annual CESM Workshop in Breckenridge, CO.
27 May. Chris attended a workshop on climate-erosion-tectonic interactions in Taiwan and saw former lab members Shih-Yu Lee and Nadja Insel.
21 Apr. Rich's paper on the stable isotopes of the central Andes precipitation is published in Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres.
7 Apr. More great employment news...Alex has accepted a position at Industrial Economics Incorporated in Boston!
28 Mar. Ran will be joining the NCAR Paleoclimate Group as a Postdoctoral Researcher in September!
27 Mar. Clay is awarded a prestigious NCAR ASP Postdoctoral Fellowship!