Tyler Jones

SIL Grad Student

INSTAAR and Geological Sciences Grad Student

M.Sc., Geochemistry, University of Colorado, Boulder 2010


(720) 319-1740   



Geochemistry, isotope analysis, hydrology, climate dynamics.

Research Interests

Past climate from ice cores

Atmosphere/ocean/glacier interactions

Global scale environmental change

Outreach through photography/film

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I obtained my undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering (Environmental Emphasis) from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2006. I later obtained my Master's degree in Geochemistry through the Environmental Studies Program and a certificate in Hydrologic Sciences and the quantitative study of water in the environment from CU Boulder in 2010. My PhD will focus on past climate and global implications from high latitude ice cores. In my spare time I enjoy documentary film and photography, including shoots for National Geographic and Discovery Channel. I am most happy lost somewhere in the outdoors.

In the field or lab

ice core storage, NICL

SIL person ID:44

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