Aubry's undergraduate senior thesis "Sedimentation, Geochemistry, and Mineralogy across the Frasnian-Fammenian Boundary, northwestern China" was an important contribution to one of the first DAGGER projects. Aubry recognized that the size distribution of framboidal pyrite can be used to determine the extent and severity of ocean anoxia in sediments that are not black shales, which was published in:
- Carmichael, Sarah K., Waters, Johnny A., Suttner, Thomas J., Kido, Erika, and DeReuil, Aubry, 2014, A New Model for the Kellwasser Anoxia Events (Late Devonian): Shallow Water Anoxia in an Open Oceanic Setting in the Central Asian Orogenic Belt, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, v. 399, p. 394-403
After graduating from Appalachian, Aubry earned her Ph.D. in Sedimentology at the University of Utah, and now works for Zanskar Geothermal & Minerals, Inc. as a structural geologist.
(Ph.D., 2020, University of Utah; B.S. 2013, Appalachian State University)