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On Tuesday 10th November 2020, I was able to travel to the St Andrews Isotope Geochemistry (STAiG) labs to begin my first day of laboratory work. I have began searching (or picking) for foram microfossils that will be used to generate data which will in turn, be used to answer the key research questions and hypotheses of my research project.

Many thanks to my supervisory team; Professor Dick Kroon (University of Edinburgh), Dr James Barnet (University of St Andrews), and all of those at GEOSCIENCES News at the University of Edinburgh for participating and publicising this important research activity.


For more information on my latest research developments please refer to the links below:


https://www.ed.ac.uk/geosciences/about/news?item=1324


https://www.linkedin.com/posts/school-of-geosciences_mscr-palaeontology-geobiology-research-activity-6735499526636912640-p1vP


https://www.facebook.com/geosciences/photos/a.96991937806/10158125083387807/


https://twitter.com/GeosciencesEd/status/1329752632416759809?s=20


https://www.instagram.com/p/CHzyzpDg529/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link




Kind Regards

Matthew Staitis.