Bryan Lougheed

researcher at Department of Earth Sciences, Palaeobiology

Email:
bryan.lougheed[AT-sign]geo.uu.se
Visiting address:
Geocentrum, Villavägen 16
752 36 Uppsala
Postal address:
Villavägen 16
752 36 UPPSALA

Short presentation

I am employed as a researcher (forskare) through a Starting Grant from Vetenskapsrådet. My project involves measuring both 14C and stable isotopes (δ18O and δ13C) on single foraminifera, thus producing palaeoclimate data independent of core depth. Other rinterests include geochronologies, palaeomagnetism, strontium isotopes, computer modelling, astronomical forcing, open access publishing and transparency in general. There is water at the bottom of the ocean.

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Keywords: modelling radiocarbon dating geochemistry isotope geochemistry palaeoceanography palaeomagnetism geochronology

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Biography

Education:
2009 - 2013: PhD, Quaternary Geology, Lund University. 240 ECTS.
2005 - 2007: MSc (high merit), Earth Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. 122 ECTS.
2001 - 2005: BEng, Civil Engineering, Hogeschool van Amsterdam. 240 ECTS.

Employment history:
2019 - present: Researcher (forskare), Uppsala University.
2019: Guest researcher, Université du Littoral Côte d'Opale.
2017 - 2019: Researcher (chercheur), Université Paris-Saclay.
2016 - 2017: Researcher (forskare), Uppsala University.
2014 - 2016: VR International Postdoc, Uppsala University; with research stays in the Netherlands (23 months) and USA (3 months).
2013 - 2014: Lab technician, Palaeomagnetic Lab, Lund University (part time).
2009 - 2013: PhD candidate, Lund University.
2008 - 2009: Project engineer, Wareco Ingenieurs.
2007 - 2009: Dutch to English translator, self-employed.
2004: Six month internship, Dura Vermeer Infrastructuur.
2003: Six month internship, Ingenieursbureau Gemeente Amsterdam.
2000 - 2001: Web designer, MerchandisingDirect.com.

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