Dr Dean is an Isotope Geochemist within the Stable Isotope Group at the British Geological Survey. He specialises in using oxygen isotope analysis of lake sediments to reconstruct past climate and is particularly interested in changes in the hydroclimate of the Near East in the Late Quaternary. Working for the world’s premier geological survey, but having degrees in Geography, has led to much mocking, but his colouring pencils are always in demand from the geologists!
TG Posts by Jon Dean
Jonathan Dean is a postdoc at the British Geological Survey. In this post, he travels through the land east of the Sierra Nevada to discover some incredible geology. You can read more of his adventures here. I’d just spent a week in Reno at a conference, and was ready to move on from the so-called […]
Jonathan Dean is a postdoc at the British Geological Survey. Here he shows some of his holiday snaps from Ecuador and highlights the interesting geology of the country. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Jonathan Dean is an Isotope Geochemist at the British Geological Survey. Here he discusses his latest trip to Turkey. See his other post about palaeolimnology in Cappadocia here. In early April 2014, I lectured on a field trip in Cappadocia, Turkey, where I taught students from Birmingham, Ankara and Isparta Universities about how we can […]
Jonathan Dean standing on the sacred rock For the past 4 years, as a PhD student at the University of Nottingham and now as a postdoc at the British Geological Survey, I have been undertaking field work in the Cappadocia region of central Turkey. This is a very important area to study, as it is […]
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