Erin M Keenan Early

B.A., English Literature, University of California, Berkeley, 2008
M.S., Zooarchaeology, University of York, 2014

Office: JGB
Mailcode: M5525


Co-supervisors


My research explores the use of geomolecular and biomolecular methodologies to address paleoenvironmental and paleoecological questions. Specifically I am researching the use of proteomics as applied to faunal material as a means of species identification and I am exploring the applications of brGDGTs recovered from various sources to aid in paleotemperature reconstruction. My work is largely restricted to the Quaternary, with a focus on the Pleistocene.