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Floodplain Sedimentation

Floodplain Sedimentation

Deltaic floodplains are vulnerable to sea-level rise, but whether the floodplains will ultimately drown depends on a balance of controls: sedimentation rate in the coastal and river floodplain under the…

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Greenland Rivers

Greenland Rivers

The Greenland Ice Sheet is melting and its meltwater contributes to global sea level rise. Greenland's rivers drain the meltwater and thus they are indicators of the rapid changes.…

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Field teaching

Field teaching

Photos from my field teaching experiences.

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Mountain Hydrology Group - Andrews Glacier GPR Fieldwork, May 2016

Mountain Hydrology Group - Andrews Glacier GPR Fieldwork, May 2016

Colorado State University glaciologist Dan McGrath is leading a new study examining the small glaciers and perennial snowfields of Rocky Mountain National Park.  McGrath describes the project “as…

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Mountain Hydrology Group - Outreach

Mountain Hydrology Group - Outreach

Mountain Hydrology Group members have participated in the INSTAAR Open House for many years. The Open House is attended by the entire eighth grade class at Southern Hills Middle…

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High Mountains Adaptation Partnership (HiMAP)

High Mountains Adaptation Partnership (HiMAP)

In these films, follow scientists to Nepal to understand glacial lakes, especially those that have the potential to catastrophically flood if their moraine-dams burst.

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#GirlsWithToys at INSTAAR

#GirlsWithToys at INSTAAR

Kate Clancy (@KateClancy) started a Twitter phenomenon with the hashtag #GirlsWithToys, celebrating women doing science. (Read her story on Slate.) We wanted to get in on the fun, so here…

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Grad course: People and Environmental Change in Medieval Iceland

Grad course: People and Environmental Change in Medieval Iceland

Graduate students from across the Northern Hemisphere gathered in Iceland, in August 2014 for a unique course integrating the humanities and social sciences: Environmental memory and change in Medieval Iceland. The…

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