Lloyd Anderson

I am a paleoceanographer interested in past climate change, with a particular interest in how Earth's carbon cycle has operated far back in time. For my PhD research I am focused on reconstructing seawater pH and atmospheric carbon dioxide over the Cenozoic Era to better understand climate evolution over the last 65 million years. Much of my work involves analyzing the boron isotopic and trace elemental composition of fossil planktic foraminiferal shells from the deep ocean to assess past surface ocean carbon chemistry and paleotemperature.

Education

Bowdoin College, B.A. (2016)

Columbia University, M.A. (2019), M.Phil. (2021)

Honors & Awards

Fulbright Research Grant (2016-17)