Katrina Nilsson-Kerr

“Hei hei, I’m Katrina and will be here in Bergen for the next 2 years working on my Marie Skłowdowska-Curie individual fellowship project: ELMO with Nele Meckler in the Quaternary Geology and Paleoclimate group. I am a paleoceanographer with foraminifera being my microfossil of choice and we will be exploiting the geochemistry of these bugs to produce low-latitude temperature and hydroclimate records across the Cenozoic.
Before coming to Bergen, I got my PhD at the Open University (Milton Keynes, UK) looking at the late Pleistocene Indian Monsoon. Following on from my PhD I have done stints working in the labs at Open University and Heriot-Watt (Edinburgh). I’m very happy to be here at last and look forward to being part of the department”. You will find Katrina in room no 3153B. Welcome to GEO! 🙂