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Dr. Jarunetr Nadia Sae-Lim

UC President's Postdoctoral Fellow

University of California, Irvine

Ph.D. Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences

Washington University, 2023

M.A. Earth and Planetary Sciences

Washington University, 2020

B.Sc. Geological Sciences

Brown University, 2018


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Originally from Bangkok, Thailand, Nadia received her Ph.D. in Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences from Washington University in 2023. Her dissertation focuses on reconstructing past hydroclimate and environment in the Peruvian Andean highlands during the late Holocene through the lenses of organic geochemistry and lake modeling. She was awarded a UC President's postdoctoral fellowship to work with Dr. Kathleen R. Johnson (Terrestrial Paleoclimate and Geochemistry Lab) in the Department of Earth System Science at the University of California, Irvine starting January 2024. 

Research interests: Climate change and variability | Paleoclimate & Paleoecology| Hydroclimate | Proxy system modeling | Climate projections

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