Research Officer and Manager of the Greenhouse Gas and Stable Isotope Facilities
(RHUL research profile)
Dr. Dave Lowry has a background in Stable Isotope Geochemistry. He has been part of the RHUL Greenhouse Gas Research Group since its inception in 1994 with initial responsibilities for setting up the laboratory and making the methane isotope extraction line work. Now involved in the whole spectrum of laboratory activities and field programmes (although not so much with the IT aspects or data modelling), including the design and set-up of two remote greenhouse gas measurement sites on south Atlantic islands.
Research interests Outside GGRG include the use of stable isotopes to understand palaeoclimates and mineral deposits
Primary Role/Function in GGRG: Lab Manager, group finances, developmental and calibration work for new sampling and measurement systems