Dr Allyson Tessin

Post-doctoral researcher, University of Leeds

Allie is a Marie Curie Research Fellow in the School of Earth and Environment at the University of Leeds.

Her research focuses on carbon and nutrient cycling in modern and ancient marine environments.

She is currently investigating biogeochemical cycling north of Svalbard and on the Yermak Plateau.

Allie joined the ChAOS team on the 2017 expedition to help with sediment and pore water collection.


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