Noah McLean

Assistant Professor
Primary office:
785-864-4974
University of Kansas
1475 Jayhawk Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045


Ph.D. MIT, 2012.

Dr. McLean has long been interested in using high-precision thermo- and geochronology to solve geological problems, especially those that require resolution at the limits of analytical precision. A main thrust of his research involves quantitatively interpreting the large volume of information used to calculate and interpret isotopic dates.

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