Current Masters Students

There are currently no Masters students working within the group at this time.

Past Masters Students

  • James Wilkinson (2013)
    A hydrological study of the South Atlantic using O and H isotopes as tracers 
  • Peter Scott (2013)
    REEs in the South Atlantic:  Water mass behaviour and tracing of micronutrient sources to the surface ocean
  • Kimberly Pyle (2012)
    Isotope hydrology of the Baltic Sea:  Using d18O and dD to trace freshwater fluexes and identify mixing regimes
  • Christopher Kinsley (2012)
    Constraining rates of sea-level change at MIS5e using 230Thxs normalisation of Red Sea sediments
  • Ezekiel Jacobs (2012)
    Lithium isotopes in Israeli speleothems as a proxy for paleoenvironmental conditions
  • Robert Gooder (2012)
    Constraining rare-earth-element cycling in the Baltic Sea
  • Matthew Ponting (2011)
    A study of calcium isotope fractionation in Heshang Cave, China:  Can calcium isotopes help to constrain non-equilibrium d18O effects
  • Kathyrn Martin (2011)
    Holocene shifts in the position and intensity of the South Hemisphere Westerlies, Madre de Dios
  • David Lang (2011)
    Developing high-resolution records of the South East Asian Monsoon
  • Ed Slack (2008)
    A tree ring record of climate and pollution from central Oxford
  • Andrew Keech (2008)
    New U-series tools to assess the duration of chemical weathering
  • James Collins (2008)
    U/Th chronology of Tahiti microbialites formed during the last deglaciation
  • Neil Christie (2008)
    Tracing shelf waters to the open Arctic Ocean using REEs
  • Joseph Stewart (2007)
    Trace Element and stable isotope analysis of a Chinese Speleothem:  Evidence for suppressed seasonality during the LGM
  • James Rae (2007)
    Testing the bipolar seesaw with Pa and Th isotopes in the SW Atlantic
  • Tash Macbean (2007)
    A study into the nature and slip rates of faults inCentral and Northeastern Iran using remote sensing techniques and U/Th dating
  • Robert Simmons (2006)
    The potential for U-Th dating of cold-seep carbonates:  A study on the Nile Fan
  • Jenny Howes (2006)
    Investigating the potential of the barnacle Bathylasma coralliforme to reconstruct past seasonality of the Ross Ice Shelf
  • Richard Myserscough (2005)
    Atmospheric transport of depleted uranium released during the gulf wars:  A modelling and isotopic study
  • Loius Marrable (2005)
    Foraminiferal record of d44Ca for the last 7Ma:  Combined with ocean box modelling of seawater d44Ca and d7Li
  • Katherine Cox (2005)
    The timing of Marine Isotope Stage 9 and its implications for the mechanisms driving climate change
  • Richard Baker (2005)
    Controls on 234U/238U activity ratios and uranium concentrations in speleothems
  • Julie Ferguson (2004)
    Testing new trace metal proxies for past ocean salinity
  • Chris Atkinson  (2004)
    (234U/238U) and the uranium budget in the Black Sea and Eastern Mediterranean
  • Lisa Watkinson (2003)
    U/Th dating of the formation of the Bahamas
  • Philip Pogge von Strandmann (2003)
    Nd isotope ratios in fish teeth from the English chalk
  • Clare Pearsall (2003)
    The fractionation of Li isotopes during weathering - A study of Hawaiian rivers
  • Rebecca Crompton (2003)
    Developing a proxy for ocean salinity
  • Iain Mathews (2002)
    An investigation of uranium series isotopes of waters from the South Island New Zealand
  • Eleanor Maddison (2002)
    U-Th dating of carbonate aeolianites and soils on Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas
  • Nathanial Cockburn (2002)
    Quantifying Quaternary uplift rates of North East Oman:  Evidence from uranium series dating of emerged reef terraces
  • Danny Barker (2002)
    Global controls on the riverine uranium activity ratios and the uranium budget of closed basins
  • Andrew Smith (2001)
    Surface water uranium isotopes as an aridity indicator or weathering proxy - A survey and case study in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica
  • Eleanor Bennett (2001)
    Holocene climate change in the tropics as traced by geochemical fingerprinting of Saharan dust