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Anne Tamalavage
Anne Tamalavage
Phone:
570-691-7284
Email:
atamalavage91@tamu.edu
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Texas A&M University at Galveston
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Texas A&M University at Galveston


Degrees:

B.S. Pennsylvania State University, Department of Geosciences

Awards:

Association of Former Students (AFS) department scholarship 2014-2015, Texas A&M University.

Geologic Society of America (GSA) student research grant, Spring 2015.

Mary Mooney Travel Grant, Texas A&M University, November 2014.

GEMS Diamond Award, Penn State University, April 2013.

EMSAGE Laureate, Penn State University, April 2013.

Courses:

Chemistry 111, TAMUG

Chemistry 112, TAMUG (Lead TA)

Support for Chemistry 101/102


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Anne Tamalavage

Graduate Student

Research Interests

I am currently immersed in the use of geochemical proxies in paleoclimatic reconstructions. My work is focused in a coastal sinkhole in the northern Bahamas. I am currently working on extracting particular biomarkers and measuring carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes for paleo-vegetative and hydrologic reconstruction of the region. 

Selected Publications

Poster Presentation, 2015 AGU Fall Meeting,   December 2015

Tamalavage A, van Hengstum P, Louchouarn P, Fall P, Donnelly J (2015), Late Holocene stable carbon and nitrogen isotopic variation of bulk organic matter deposited in Blackwood Sinkhole, Abaco, The Bahamas, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.

 

Poster Presentation, 2013 AGU Fall Meeting,   December 2013

Tamalavage A, Magill CR, Barboni D, Freeman KH, Ashley GM (2013), Wetland Plants from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

Additional Information

AdvisorDr. Patrick Louchouarn and Dr. Pete van Hengstum

Leadership positions held:

Student Representative for the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Leadership Council (elected to serve a term, 2015-2017).

Executive Board, Galveston Graduate Student Association.

Professional Experience:

Internship in the science department of AGU (August-December 2013), focusing on education initiatives within the geosciences.

One eight-month geochemistry research assistantship (January-August 2014), and one geosciences graduate internship (June-August 2015) for ConocoPhillips company as part of the Petroleum Geochemistry and Basin Modeling Group.

Participated as a representative for AGU Congressional Visits Day on Capitol Hill, Washington D.C., Spring 2015.

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