Wortmann Ulrich G.
University of Toronto
22 Ursula Franklin St., Toronto
My research interests straddle marine geology, paleoceanography, and geomicrobiology. I am interested in the global interplay of biology, chemistry, and physics on various timescales. Investigation of these tightly coupled systems requires an interdisciplinary approach, involving a multitude of methods. Stable isotope geochemistry and numerical modeling are versatile tools in Earth System Science and the cornerstone of my own research. I currently serve as the University of Toronto’s Liason to the Canadian Consortium for Ocean Drilling (which represents Canada within the international IODP-Program.
To get an idea of what my group is doing, check out this talk, you can also find me on github and there is also a podcast where I discuss some cool research of colleagues of mine.
For a list of my publications click here