Assistant Professor Glaciology and Glacial Geomorphology
Weeks Hall 256
608-262-1921 / email@example.com
Hometown: Caledonia, MI
Lab website: http://www.subglacial.org
Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians
My research largely focuses on understanding the physics of glacier motion through field observation, laboratory experiments, and theoretical analysis. My work largely sits at the intersection of glaciology and glacial geology. I use a variety of geophysical and geological methods to explore glacial processes by traveling to modern day glaciers. I also use the geologic landforms left behind by Pleistocene glaciers to understand how past glaciers interacted with the solid earth in efforts to determine dominant glacier processes. Wisconsin is a world class location to study a glacial deposits left by the Late Pleistocene Glaciers.