2013 Research-in-Residence Award Recipients:

T. Elliot Arnold

Elliot will be working with Kate Freeman at Pennsylvania State Univesrity on Carbon isotope compositions of tricyclic diterpenoids as a proxy for precipitation change across Heinrich Events in the subtropics

Simona Ceriani

Simona will be working with Mike Wunder at the Univesrity of Colorado on Improving geospatial resolution of loggerhead foraging areas through the development of a bivariate (d13C and d15N) isoscape in the Northwest Atlantic

Shana Ederer

Shana will be working with Todd Dawson at the University of California Berkeley on d15N and d13C profiles and the impact of bryophyte-cyanobacterial symbiosesInsights on bryophyte-cyanobacterial symbioses from isotopic profiles of N and C

Jocelyn Egan

Jocelyn will be working with David Bowling at the Univesity of Utah on An evaluation of the δ13C mass-dependent correction for Δ14C in advective scenarios

Nate Emery

Nate will be working with Todd Dawson at the University of California Berkeley on Fog water use in Coastal California Shrublands as a means of predicting changes to the fire regime

David Huber

David will be working with Jed Sparks at Cornell University on Climate and Vegetation Controls on Soil Nutrient Partitioning in Dryland Ecosystems

Cat Jarman

Cat will be working with Brian Popp at the University of Hawaii on Rats and Resources: Investigating dietary change on Rapa Nui

Myung Kim

Myung will be working with John Miller at the University of Colorado, Boulder on ROSTER: Representativeness Of the Source-values of 13CO2 measurements for Terrestrial Ecosystem Research

Caleb King

Caleb will be working with Brian Popp at the University of Hawaii on Sponge-Dominated Reefs as Hotspots of Nitrification

Fabiola Ospina Bautista

Fabiola will be working with Jed Sparks at Cornell University on Effects of drought over nitorogen and energy flux in a food web

Rhian Reese-Owen

Rhian will be working with Todd Dawson the University of California Berkeley on A novel method for measuring stable isotope ratios of hydrogen and oxygen in water

Tara Smiley

Tara will be working with Thure Cerling at the University of Utah on In-situ laser ablation mass spectrometry to analyze spatial and temporal variation in the stable isotope ecology of small mammals

Kristin Welsh-Unwala

Kristin will be working with David Williams at the University of Wyoming on Sources and fluxes of water vapor in a subalpine site in the early growing season

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ITCE News!

2018 course application window is now closed - admission decisions by end February
October:

New Publication – SPATIAL and IsoCamp alum Cat Jarman develops ITCE research-in-residence project and reports paleogenomic analysis of skeletal samples in determining the origins of inhabitants of Rapa Nui. Read the paper published in Current Biology (here)

2018 Course Dates Announced!

Open PhD position - The research group of Prof. Kahmen at the University of Basel just published an open ERC-funded PhD position in stable isotope physiology. Read it (here).

May:

New Publication - Marine isoscape paper from ITCE research-in-residence team including SPATIAL alum Sarah Magozzi, SPATIAL instructors Clive Trueman and Michael Wunder, and former ITCE post-doc Hannah Vander Zanden! Read it (here)!

New Publication - Marine Biology paper by SPATIAL alum Julia Adams (2015). Link to full-text article (here)!

March:

New Publications - Two new papers by SPATIAL alum Sean Brennan involving salmon migration (here) and using dendritic network models to improve Strontium isoscapes (here)!

January:

New Blog Post - Former SPATIAL student Katie Wedemeyer-Strombel discusses her experience as a SPATIAL student last summer! (Check it out here!)

Archived ITCE News

 


IsoMAP: WebGIS for Isotopes

IsoMAP is a dynamic, online workspace for spatial analysis, modeling and prediction of stable isotope ratio variation in the natural environment. The initial realease of the IsoMAP gateway is now live and supports precipitation isotope ratio modeling. Visit IsoMAP to learn more or to start making isoscapes today!

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