Title: Associate Professor
Institution: University of Michigan
Degree: PhD, Geological Sciences
Specialty: Paleoclimatology, global change, and biosphere-climate interactions. His research investigates linkages between climate and weathering/soil formation on a variety of spatial and temporal scales using whole rock geochemistry, light stable isotopes, and modeling to understand past climatic and environmental change.
Nathan is a signatory of the Tyndall Petition, a statement backed by climate experts acknowledging the significant risks of climate change and the urgent need for emission reductions.
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