Jud seeks to understand how externally-forced and internally-driven changes affect the earth's climate. He uses paleoclimate archives to help evaluate both current climate trends and climate models, which are used to project future changes. Jud focuses on producing long records of hydroclimate using speleothems, corals, and forams from the tropics as well as quantifying the uncertainty of climate reconstructions and then comparing the paleoclimate data to climate model output.

Areas of Expertise

Paleoclimate, Stable and Radiogenic Isotope Geochemistry

Research Locations

Current Research Programs & Projects

Reconstruct past hydrologic changes in the Western Pacific Warm Pool using cave stalagmites

Member, American Geophysical Union

Member, Geological Society of America

2016Fall GEO 338J Marine Geology
2016Fall GEO 381J Marine Geology
2015Fall GEO 338J Marine Geology
2015Fall GEO 391 Marine Geology
2014Fall GEO 371C Marine Geology
2014Fall GEO 391 Marine Geology