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Mr Jack Wilkin

PhD in Geology Student

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Current Research

Working on sediment cores from the Holocene of South Georgia. Research involves foraminifera and diatom faunal assemblages and geochemical analysis (BSi and oxygen isotopes).

Supervisors

Dr Sev Kender (University of Exeter)

Dr Kate Littler (University of Exeter)

Dr Claire Allen (British Antarctic Survey)

Professor James Scourse(University of Exeter)

Educational Background

2018-21: University of Exeter. MByRes Geology (PT)

  • Thesis:Jurassic belemnite geochemistry from Cabo Mondego (Bajocian-Bathonian, Portugal) and Albstadt-Pfeffingen (Bathonian-Callovian, Germany)
  • Supervisor(s):Professor Stephen Hesselbo (University of Exeter);Dr Clemens Vinzenz Ullmann(University of Exeter)

2014-7: University of Portsmouth. BSc Palaeontology, 2:1 Hons

  • Thesis:Fish Taphonomy of the Late Jurassic (Tithonian) Mornsheim Formation of Southern Germany
  • Supervisor: Professor David Martill (University of Portsmouth)
Professional Memberships
  • The Palaeontological Association (Full Member)
  • The Geological Society of London (Fellow; FGS)
  • The Royal Society of Biology (Member; MRSB)
  • European Association of Geochemistry
  • European Geoscience Union
  • Association of Polar Early Career Scientists
Research Interests
  • Isotopic geochemisty
  • South German Plattenkalks
  • Scientific Outreach
  • Theropod Palaeobiology and ecology
  • Holocene climate change