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Dr. Stephen R. Meyers
Department of Geoscience
Ph.D., Northwestern University, 2003
Paleoclimatology & Paleoceanography, Quantitative Stratigraphy, Sedimentary Geochemistry, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
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2016 ISOASTRO GEOCHRONOLOGY WORKSHOP:
The 2016 IsoAstro Geochronology Workshop will be held at Boise State University from August 15-20, 2016.
The application deadline has now passed.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about participation in the workshop.
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Astrochron: An R package for Astrochronology
The latest public beta (version 0.6) is available for download from CRAN.
If you use Astrochron, please cite it as:
Meyers, S.R. (2014). Astrochron: An R Package for Astrochronology. http://cran.r-project.org/package=astrochron
See these instructions for the installation of R and Astrochron: PDF
See this graphic for a summary of the functions available in Astrochron: PDF
My research program primarily addresses three topics: the
mechanisms of climate change,
the controls on the
global carbon cycle, and the
measurement of geologic time. These subjects are
fundamentally interrelated, as there are linkages between climate and the carbon cycle, while the
establishment of reliable chronologies is essential for evaluating climate forcing mechanisms and determining
rates of climatic and biogeochemical change in Earth's past. My interdisciplinary approach to investigating
these topics integrates data (primarily geochemical, sedimentologic and stratigraphic) with novel modeling
and statistical techniques, to unravel the history of the climate system, oceans and geosphere.
While I am involved in a wide range of geoscience research, at present I am especially
active in the development of quantitative approaches for the construction
and evaluation of astronomical time scales, the intercalibration of astrochronologic and radioisotopic
data, and the evaluation of Earth System responses to orbital-insolation changes.
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