Chris Day

Research Interests

It is not my plan to take on additional DPhil projects in the next 12-24 months. However I am always happy to hear from students with a strong interest in: i) proxy development (e.g. for reconstructing changes in the soil or cave environments), ii) in terrestrial palaeoclimate reconstruction or iii) in modelling the chemistry of solutions/gases in the soil and unsaturated zones (e.g. for expanding our CaveCalc modelling tool for better understanding carbon isotopes in stalagmites).



Personal Research Keywords

Isotope geochemistry; stalagmites, environmental proxies, palaeoclimate records, soil-environment proxies

Contact Details

Department of Earth Sciences
The Earth Sciences Building,
South Parks Road,