Dr Kirsty Crocket

Science Coordinator, University of St Andrews

Kirsty Crocket is the Science Coordinator of the NERC Changing Arctic Ocean, and she carries out this role based in the School of Biology at the University of St Andrews, Fife.

Kirsty is also a lecturer and geochemist, and has expertise in rare earth elements and radiogenic isotope geochemistry.

She applies these techniques to investigate modern process studies in marine and coastal settings, and also to deep sea sediment cores and fossil corals for palaeoceanographic reconstruction of past ocean circulation and climate change.

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