Biogeochemistry is a relatively new field that studies the interactions between the biological, geological and chemical components of the Earth's environment that affect the cycling of climatically-relevant elements like carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, and silicon. These dynamics are influenced by interactions between organisms and their surroundings, including water, air, soil and sediments.
Andy Cohen - Stratigraphy, paleobiology
Owen Davis- Quaternary paleoecology (Emeritus)
Karl Flessa - Invertebrate paleontology, paleobiology
Timothy Jull - AMS of radiocarbon and other cosmogenic isotopes
Jay Quade - Soil geochemistry
Joellen Russell - Biogeochemistry, oceanography, climate dynamics and modeling
Jessica Tierney - Geochemistry, biogeochemistry, drought, reconstruction & modeling