Many thanks!

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I successfully passed my defense on Oct. 17th, and had a wonderful celebration with many friends and family.  I expect to receive my Ph.D. in several weeks, after completing revisions to my dissertation.  Many thanks to all those who supported … Continued

Dissertation defense on Oct. 17th!

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I’ll be defending my Ph.D. dissertation in just two weeks–on Thursday, October 17th, at 8:30 am, in the Elvey Auditorium of the Geophysical Institute at UAF.  My title is “Seismicity, seawater and seasonality: new insights into iceberg calving from Yahtse … Continued

Welcome to Greenland!

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We’re mid-way through 2.5 weeks of work at three adjacent ocean-terminating outlets of the Greenland Ice Sheet and our project is off to a great start. I’m presently working with researchers from the Univ of Texas at Austin and the … Continued

Teaching glaciology on a glacier

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Last weekend, I had the great pleasure of spending time on the Kennicott Glacier with students from the Wrangell Mountains Center‘s environmental studies program. While standing between streams of glacier meltwater, I lectured to our undergraduate students on the importance … Continued

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