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Alexandra Bonham

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M.S. Student, Teaching Assistant


Though I was born in GA, I grew up in Central America before attending undergraduate studies in Canada (Nova Scotia) and New Zealand. Now, in pursuit of my Masters in Geoscience, I have returned to the beautiful South.

I am motivated by the interpretive lens of geoscience as a tool to connect people to the landscape and the stories it holds. I am passionate about paleo-climatology, interpretation and accessibility. My area of research is paleo-climate through stable isotopes of marine invertebrates! I am fascinated by the ability to reconstruct past environments and 'read the rocks' with geochemical tools. 


BSc Geology (Honours), Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia - Canada

+ Field Courses (2) University of Victoria, Wellington - New Zealand

Events featuring Alexandra Bonham
GG 142

Sub-annual variation of δ18Ocarb and δ13Ccarbin Odocoileus virginianus tooth enamel: Paleoclimate and diet reconstruction in the Lower Chattahoochee River Valley at the onset of the Little Ice Age.



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