Presentation at AGU awarded

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My final AGU talk as a graduate student has been awarded an Outstanding Student Presentation Award.  Thanks to all of the judges and administrators for the time volunteered to run this program.

In my talk, I described how seismic waves produced by iceberg calving, known as calving “icequakes,” can be used to produce time series of iceberg calving flux.  The calving icequakes reveal both seasonal and tidal variations in the rate of calving.  I received previous Outstanding Student Presentation Awards at the 2006 and 2012 Fall Meetings of the American Geophysical Union.