Anne C. Fetrow
Visiting Assistant Professor of Earth and Climate Sciences
Earth and Climate Sciences
Carnegie Science Hall, Room 214
Anne Fetrow recently finished her PhD in Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado. She is a stable isotope and environmental geochemist specializing in the climate signals preserved in carbonates and waters. Her thesis explores the paleoclimatology of central North America 100 million years ago. She is starting up a new research project in the sodic and salty Mono Lake, California. Anne is a visiting professor and will be teaching Earth Surface Environments and Environmental Change (EACS 103), Stable Isotope Geochemistry (EACS 341), and Environmental Geochemistry (EACS 240) and a new course in Earth’s Climate and Climate Proxies.