Tori Luu


Tori Luu is a fourth year graduate student who is interested in the nutrient biogeochemistry of coral reef systems and how the records generated in coral skeletons can help constrain past changes in nutrient cycling.  She is currently working with collaborators at WHOI and at BIOS to explore how feeding affects the symbiosis in corals and how this is recorded in the nitrogen isotopic signatures of the organisms and their environment.

Princeton University, Department of Geosciences, A-15 Guyot Hall, Princeton NJ 08544
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