Our new paper investigating δ15N as an indicator of past seabird activity in the Galápagos is out in Geo:Geography and Environment!
Check out some of our latest work in Baltimore:
REVISITING THE JULES GEOSOL AND GASTROPOD PALEOECOLOGY IN LAST GLACIAL MAXIMUM LOESS, WESTERN ILLINOIS
Andy Nash’s research is improving the chronology and interpretation of Illinois paleosol and loess deposits
Melinda Higley presents another piece in the puzzle of tropical Pacific climate variability over the last millennium
Welcome to the Conroy Lab. We are located in the Departments of Geology and Plant Biology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Our work is focused on understanding modern hydroclimate variability using stable water isotopologues and reconstructing past climate and environmental change in key regions of the world sensitive to major modes of climate variability.