I am currently a third year Ph.D. student working with Dr. Shaun Marcott and Dr. Ian Orland on paleoclimate and geochemistry. My dissertation focuses on the use of stable isotope systems in speleothems (cave carbonates) to reconstruct mid-continental climate changes for the last 250,000 years.
I received my Masters from UW-Madison in 2018.
Batchelor, Cameron J., et al. “Distinct permafrost conditions across the last two glacial periods in mid‐latitude North America.” Geophysical Research Letters (2019).
Suttner, T. J., E. Kido, Ya Ariunchimeg, G. Sersmaa, J. A. Waters, S. K. Carmichael, C. J. Batchelor et al. “Conodonts from Late Devonian island arc settings (Baruunhuurai Terrane, western Mongolia).” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2019).Harvard
Carmichael, Sarah K., Johnny A. Waters, Cameron J. Batchelor, Drew M. Coleman, Thomas J. Suttner, Erika Kido, L. M. Moore, and Leona Chadimová. “Climate instability and tipping points in the Late Devonian: Detection of the Hangenberg Event in an open oceanic island arc in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt.” Gondwana Research 32 (2016): 213-231.