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Rebekah Stein is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Physical Sciences at Quinnipiac University. She primarily teaches courses in Environmental Sciences and Natural Sciences. Her research interests are in the interface of the biosphere and atmosphere in times of climate change, including the past, present, and future. She uses biogeochemical tools, including a range of stable and clumped isotopes, to evaluate biological responses to climate stress, and has published a number of articles in reputable journals, from Paleoclimatology & Paleoceanography to PeerJ to JGR Atmospheres. She has received a number of grants and awards to support her research including from the National Science Foundation and Geological Society of America.


  • PHD, University of Michigan

Areas of Expertise

  • Biogeochemistry
  • Paleoclimatology
  • Climate Change
  • Soil Science
  • Isotopes


  • Chemistry

Office Location

  • Buckman Center 135C

Mail Drop

  • BC-SCI


University of California, Berkeley

Agouron Postdoctoral Fellow

Berkeley, California, USA

2021 - 2022

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Graduate Student

Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

2016 - 2020

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2010 - 2014