Daniel Stolper is an Assistant Professor of Geochemistry in the Earth & Planetary Sciences Department at University of California, Berkeley.
Dr. Stolper is a geochemist who investigates a variety of problems related to the rock record, microbiology, and biogeochemical cycles in the present and past. His approach to scientific problems centers on linking experiments and physically based models to natural observations in an integrated fashion and, when necessary, developing new methods and techniques. His lab work focuses on mass spectrometric measurements of experimental and environmental samples.
Usually you can find Dr. Stolper in Bldg 74-327U on Mondays.