Student Profile

Jackson School of Geosciences

Allison E Lawman

Allison E Lawman
B.S., Geology-Chemistry, Brown University, 2015
Ph.D., Geological Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin, 2020

Office: EPS


My research investigates past climate variability and change using paleoclimate archives and climate models.

Graduate Research Fellowship - National Science Foundation (2015 - 2019)

Jackson School of Geosciences Graduate Fellowship - The University of Texas at Austin (2015 - 2016)

Senior Award - Department of Earth, Environmental & Planetary Sciences - Brown University (2015)

Using Data and Models to Quantify Uncertainties in Coral Reconstructions: Implications for Paleo-ENSO Variability, AGU, Washington D.C. (2018)

ENSO variability from corals over the last millennia, Community Earth System Model Paleoclimate Working Group Meeting, Austin, TX (2018)

Tropical Hydroclimate Change during Heinrich Stadial 1: An Integrative Proxy-model Synthesis, AGU, New Orleans, LA (2017)

Reconstructing Tropical Southwest Pacific Climate Variability and Mean State Changes at Vanuatu during the Medieval Climate Anomaly using Geochemical Proxies from Corals, AGU, New Orleans, LA (2017)

A Coral-based Reconstruction of Interannual Climate Variability at Vanuatu during the Medieval Climate Anomaly (950-1250 CE), AGU, San Francisco, CA (2016)