Miss Chloe Young
Areas of research:
I am a member of the Deep time global change research group at the University of Exeter and funded by the NERC GW4+ DTP. For my research, I am investigating the response of the Indian Monsoon to internal and external climate drivers during the Pliocene and Pleistocene. I will do this by reconstructing changes in sea surface temperature during the Pliocene using the TEX86 and UK37 proxies and investigating changes in productivity, rainfall and runoff of the Indian Monsoon using the stable isotope values and trace element values of planktonic foraminifera.
Primary Supervisor: Dr Kate Littler (University of Exeter)
Co-Supervisor: Dr Sev Kender (University of Exeter)
Co-Supervisor: Dr Pallavi Anand (The Open University)
Co-Supervisor: Dr David Naafs (University of Bristol)
Co-Supervisor: Professor Rich Pancost (University of Bristol)
Co-Supervisor: Professor Melanie Leng (British Geological Survey)
Co-Supervisor: Dr Marci M Robinson (U.S. Geological Survey)
· 2014-2018: University of Edinburgh, BSc Geology and Physical Geography, First class Hons.
· 2018-2019: University of Bristol, MSc Palaeobiology, Distinction.
Young, C.M.E., Cotton, L.J., Schwing, P.T. (2021). Benthic foraminiferal morphological response to the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Marine Micropaleontology.
Young, C.M.E., Brusatte, S.L., Hendrickx, C., Challands, T., Foffa, D., Ross, D.A. and Butler, I.B. (2019). New theropod dinosaur teeth from the Middle Jurassic of the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Scottish Journal of Geology.