Geohistorical records provide a long-term perspective on species, communities and ecosystems, and their responses to natural and anthropogenic environmental changes. My research program is focused on understanding the complex interactions between plate tectonics, climate and the biosedimentary record from basin to global scales. I use an integrative research approach that bridge stratigraphy, paleobiology and network science to address specific questions on spatiotemporal aspects of both the rock and fossil record. Science education at all levels is an integral component of my research program. I use marine fossil assemblages for teaching/learning geology in formal and informal learning settings. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.