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Chris Maupin

Chris Maupin is a stable isotope geochemist, oceanographer, and paleoclimatologist. Maupin received a BS in Marine Science and Chemistry from Eckerd College (Florida) in 2006, and holds an MS in Oceanography from the University of South Florida’s College of Marine Science (2008). In 2014, Maupin was awarded a PhD from the Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin. Maupin is the facilities manager of the Texas A&M University’s Stable Isotope Geosciences Facility (SIGF) where he oversees the operations, quality control, maintenance, and repair of all instrumentation therein. He apprenticed under expert stable isotope analysts Ethan Goddard, Terrence Quinn, Jim Burdett, and Mark Woodworth (Thermo) for nearly a decade (2004-2013). His primary areas of research interest are the paleoclimate of the tropics and North American Great Plains on all time scales, and the development and calibration of paleoclimate proxies such as speleothems and tropical corals.

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