The Institute has been actively conducting field research for over 30 years. Our faculty and students have covered the globe gathering data and investigating our world.
We invite you to visit some of our current field sites. We will post reports and photos as they come in. Check back often to see who is in the field and what they are doing.
Archaeological Exploration of the Cotahuasi Highlands, Southern Peru Kurt Rademaker and David Reid, January 10-February 7, 2008
A joint Brazilian–Chilean–US expedition at Detroit Plateau Antarctic Peninsula, Glaciological and Atmospheric Studies, Andrei Kurbatov, and colleagues, November 7 to December 15, 2007.
US ITASE Traverse of East Antarctica, Paul Mayewski, Gordon Hamilton, Daniel Dixon, Daniel Breton, Nicky Spaulding, Elena Korotkikh, and Sharon Buchanan Sneed, October 22, 2007 to December 29, 2007.
GPS Measurements of fast flowing glaciers in East Greenland. Gordon Hamilton and Leigh Stearns, June 27th to July 5th, and July 22 to 30th and August 20th to 28th, 2007.
Glacial History and Paleoclimate in Patagonia, Chile. Juan Luis Garcia, March 15 to May 1, 2007.
Archaeological Investigations of the Quebrada Manga, Peru Kurt Rademaker and David Reid, January-February 2007
glaciological studies in the Peninsula Luis Felipe, Antarctica.
Andrei Kurbatov, Jan 26 to Feb. 20, 2007.