We seek new fundamental insights into the coupling between Earth system components on time scales ranging from the present to hundreds of millions of years into the past.
Our approach is to develop and test data-driven techniques for quantifying complex interactions directly from observed records.
Our tools are relevant to any field of research where time series are used to study the dynamics of natural systems.
Quantitative paleobiology/geobiology, Earth system history, Causality in dynamical systems
Theoretical physics, Dynamical systems, Mathematical modeling of biological processes
Climate system interactions, Paleoclimate reconstruction, Geochronology
Causality in dynamical systems, Paleoclimate analysis, Geochemistry and geology