Daniel E. Ibarra
Graduate Student, Stanford University

Welcome to my website! 
I am a graduate student in the Department of Earth System Science at Stanford University. I work with C. Page Chamberlain in the Terrestrial Paleoclimate research group and previously completed my M.S. working with 
Katharine Maher in the Environmental Isotope Geochemistry research group.

I am an isotope geochemist applying models to geochemical datasets that mechanistically reveal information about Earth's past climate and hydrology. My primary interests are terrestrial paleoclimate/paleohydrology, weathering, isotope geochemistry, Earth history, lakes, and climate models. For my Ph.D. I am using datasets from lakes, arid soils and catchments/rivers to test and develop geochemical and reactive transport equations that place constraints on the terrestrial hydrosphere. In doing so I hope to develop modeling frameworks for interpreting geochemical and isotopic measurements of terrestrial sediments to infer changes in Earth's past climate and weathering regimes.