About me:

I am a Ph.D. candidate working with David Shuster in the Surface Process Geochemistry group at UC Berkeley and the Berkeley Geochronology Center. I am interested in applying a suite of geochemical techniques—particularly low-temperature thermochronometry and cosmogenic nuclide geochemistry—to understand paleoclimate, long-term landscape evolution and the development of topographic relief in different tectonic and climatic settings. I am also interested in exploring new ways of developing and advancing thermochronometric techniques to improve our understanding of Earth surface processes.


News:

01.10.2017 – I've just arrived in Zurich and will be spenidng the next ~2 months working with Sean Willet and the Earth Surface Dynamics Group at ETH.

12.07.2016 - Our new manuscript, Further evidence for early lunar magnetism from troctolite 76535, is now available online in JGR: Planets. Check out the cosmogenic neon constraints on lunar surface temperatures! 



Contact info:

Department of Earth and Planetary Science
University of California, Berkeley
307 McCone Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-4767

mtremblay@berkeley.edu
mtremblay@bgc.org