I am Shuang Zhang.
Currently, I am a graduate student in the department of Geology and Geophysics at Yale University, majoring in geochemistry. I am broadly interested in CO2 and the role it plays in climate change. My research focuses on modeling the carbon cycle over Cenozoic and reconstructing atmospheric pCO2 during MECO using boron isotope-pH proxy. My other research interests include modeling thermodynamics and kinetics of mineral carbonation and organic carbon degassing during metamorphism. Now I am working at Planavsky's lab and Hull's lab.
I am good at problem solving and fascinated with data modeling and data visualization! Besides academic research, I am fond of photography and web design. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in what I am doing.