My research focuses on the reconstruction of past climate changes through the investigation of geochemical and sedimentary processes in marine and lacustrine archives. I am also interested in the signal transfer between the modern atmosphere and oceans to the geological record.
Accordingly, my research spans between the investigation of time series of modern terrigenous fluxes and biogeochemical cycles in the oceans, and the study of late Quaternary marine and lacustrine records.
Main interests: Isotope geochemistry of marine and lacustrine sediments, seawater biogeochemistry, paleoclimate, paleoceanography, geochronology, sediment provenance, U-decay series.
Alternative website at the Institute of Earth Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.