I attended my first Rocky Mountain Geobiology Symposium on Saturday, with two undergrads from my Biogeochemistry class in tow. It was great to catch up with friends and meet other geobio folks from CU Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, and Weber State, and fantastic to see the breadth of geobiological research in the Rocky Mountain region!
(photo courtesy of RMGS 2019 organizers)
I am a co-author on a paper using uranium isotopes to track uranium cycling in the Upper Colorado River Basin, published in Environmental Science & Technology. Thanks to Pierre for leading this project!
You can check out the paper here.