Dr Robyn Pickering of the University of Cape Town is an isotope geochemist with leanings towards palaeoanthropology and archaeology.
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Dr Pickering’s research seeks to understand where, and most importantly when, our early human ancestors evolved and what their environments were like. She has spent the last decade developing the U-series technique to date carbonates associated with early human fossils
Robyn is currently pushing for the U-series method to be applicable to dating pedogenic and lacustrine carbonates. Part of her job at the University of Cape Town is to set up the country’s first U-series dating laboratory.
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