a mountain troll in search of snow

Georgina (Georgy) Falster

Postdoctoral research associate, Department of Earth and Planetary Science, Washington University in St. Louis.

I am interested in how Earth’s climates have changed in the past, and how understanding past changes can give us clues as to what Earth’s climate may look like in the future. I am particularly interested in the influence of internal and external variability on the water cycle.

I am currently a postdoctoral research associate in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis. I use the stable isotope geochemistry of many different natural materials to infer past changes in water isotopes, and in turn relate these to changes in hydroclimate. For this, I am using the newly compiled PAGES Iso2k database of water isotope proxy records.

In a nutshell

I am interested in how earth's climate has changed in the past, and how it might look in the future, and I use geochemical techniques to investigate this. In my spare time I like to swim, ski, read, go on adventures, and play the violin.

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