The West Australian Biogeochemistry Centre

Staff research profiles

Pauline Grierson
Pauline Grierson

Director
+61 8 6488 7926
pauline.grierson@uwa.edu.au

Pauline is Director of the WA Biogeochemistry Centre, and leads the Ecosystems Research Group at UWA. She has extensive experience in the application of stable isotope methods (C, N, H and O) to examining ecosystem processes, particularly in assessing ecological water requirements of semi-arid ecosystems.


Gregory Skrzypek
Gregory Skrzypek

Senior Lecturer
6488 4584 (office) / 6488 4586 (lab)
grzegorz.skrzypek@uwa.edu.au

My current position is 80% research in stable isotope geochemistry is my main responsibility; 20% teaching. Other my key role is to oversee the stable isotope laboratory WABC. In addition, I provide advice to other researchers on the application and analysis of stable isotopes across a spectrum of disciplines while continuing my focus on my own studies.


Paul Greenwood
Paul Greenwood

Senior Research Fellow
+61 8 6488 2520
paul.greenwood@uwa.edu.au

Paul Greenwood is an environmental and organic geochemist. He studies the molecular distributions and compound specific stable isotopic values of organic matter in geological sediments, petroleum soils and water. I have quite broad organic analytical interests, including for instance forensic analysis.


Douglas Ford
Douglas Ford

Senior Technician
+61 8 6488 4257
douglas.ford@uwa.edu.au

My interest in stable isotope biogeochemistry stems from my research into ecosystem functioning in Pilbara region of Western Australia. My work within the WABC predominantly focuses on preparation and analysis for C, H, N, O and S isotopes on a variety of samples that come into our laboratory. I'm also involved in day to day lab managing and maintenance of our mass spectrometers and other intstruments we may use.


 

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