Claudine Stirling is an isotope geochemist. She investigates natural variations in the relative abundances of isotopes in metals and how they regulate Earth’s biogeochemical cycles.
She is best known for her research of natural uranium on and beyond Earth, which provides a wealth of information on past sea level variations and the rise and fall of oxygen in Earth’s early oceans and atmosphere for modelling future-climate scenarios, as well as reconciling the formation of the early Solar System.
Claudine received her PhD from the Australian National University, and held appointments at the University of Michigan and ETH Zürich before returning to New Zealand in 2005.
She is Director of the Centre for Trace Element Analysis, a mass spectrometry suite that provides metal concentration and isotope analyses to the University of Otago and its clients.
Claudine also serves on several international boards and editorial committees.
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|Date||Thursday, 13 September 2018|
|Time||5:30pm - 7:30pm|
Inaugural Professorial Lecture
|Location||Archway 4 Lecture Theatre|
Union Street East
|Contact Name||Tania Brendel|