Emily Pope is an Assistant Professor at the Natural History Museum of Denmark, within the University of Copenhagen. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Colorado College in 2004, her PhD from Stanford University in 2011, and carried out her postdoctoral research as a member of the Nordic Center for Earth Evolution (NordCEE) at the University of Copenhagen. In her current research, Emily uses stable isotope chemistry to investigate the evolution of early Earth and life, most recently focusing on the isotopic and physical evolution of the Precambrian hydrosphere. More broadly, Emily is interested in the role of fluids in high-temperature geological processes, and has used oxygen and hydrogen stable isotopes to better understand active geothermal systems, ore-forming processes and fluid flux between Earth’s surface and mantle. Emily is also a member of the Iceland Deep Drilling Project, a consortium whose objective is to evaluate the utility of supercritical geothermal fluids in Iceland as an energy resource.
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