Thomas K Bauska, Ph.D
Research Associate 
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge

I am currently a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge working with Dave Hodell on the isotopes of water  in hydrated minerals.   

For my Ph.D. at Oregon State University I developed a very precise method for measuring the stable isotopes of CO2 from ancient air in ice.  I worked in the ice core lab and the stable isotope lab at OSU where I was advised by Ed Brook and Alan Mix.  My primary research involved understanding changes in the carbon cycle during glacial-interglacial transitions. 

I graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in Geophysical Sciences in 2007.  As an undergraduate I worked with Pamela Martin (now at IUPUI) and Katharina Billups (U. of Delaware) on trace metal and stable isotope paleoceaongraphic records.