Clay is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Geography and Anthropology at Louisiana State University (LSU). His research focuses on using tree rings and other proxy records to assess extreme climate events of the past, especially within the field of dendrotempestology. Read further to discover the wonderful possibilities of his work!
MY LATEST RESEARCH
In my recent TEDxLSU talk, I speak about how my tree-ring research helps inform us about past hurricane occurrences and how sea-level rise is changing the face of our coastlines in Louisiana and abroad.
My most recent publication has just become available! After a quick turnaround, the journal atmosphere published hurricane rainfall research following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma from Dr. Jill Trepanier and I!