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Examples of Expeditions

 

Colle Gnifetti 2013

Field Team Members: Pascal Bohleber, Nicole Spaulding, Remo Walther, Helene Hoffman, Johanna Kerch, Martin Hackel, Samuel Marending

Swiss/Italian Alps.   August 5 - August 11, 2013

Funding Support: Arcadia Fund

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Climate-Driven Changes of Nutrients and Water Column Stability in Lakes of Southwestern Greenland

Field Team Members: Benjamin Burpee, Jasmine Saros, Robert Northington, and Emily Rice

Southwestern Greenland.   July 15 - August 2, 2013

Funding Support: Dan & Betty Churchill  Exploration Fund

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Understanding Climate-Driven Change in the Boreal Lakes of Isle Royale National Park

Field Team Members: Kristin Strock, Jasmine Saros, Daniel Engstrom*, and James Almendinger*

*St. Croix Watershed Research Station, Science Museum of Minnesota

Isle Royale National Park.   August 21 - August 29, 2013

Funding Support:  Funding for this project was generously provided by the Dan and Betty Churchill Exploration Fund and the National Park Service George Melendez Wright Fellowship

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Basal Ice Core Pilot Study: Nevado Osjollo Anante, Cordillera Vilcanota, Peru

Field Team Members: Charles Rodda,ab Skylar Haines,ab Anton Seimon,bc Baker Perryc

a) UMaine School of Earth and Climate Sciences, b) Climate Change Institute, c) Appalachian State University; Boone, North Carolina

Cordillera Vilcanota, Peru.   July 12 – August 1, 2013

Funding Support:  Funding for this project was generously provided by the Dan and Betty Churchill Exploration Fund.

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Terminal Pleistocene Glaciation of High-Altitude Andes near Chivay, Peru: Implications for Tropical Paleoclimate and Paleoindian-age People

Field Team Members: Scott Braddock, Paul Pluta, Gordon Bromley

Chivay, Peru.   July 1 – July 21, 2013

Funding Support:  Funding for this project was generously provided by the Dan and Betty Churchill Exploration Fund and an anonymous donor.

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Tidal Marsh Bird Studies Across the Northeastern U.S., 2013

Field Team Members: Mo Correll, Kate Ruskin, Brian Olsen, Tom Hodgman

Field Location:  Maine to Virginia with intensive demographic sutdy in Scarborough Marsh, ME.    May - September 2013

Funding Support: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Science Foundation, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, University of Maine

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Ground Penetrating Radar of Investigation of Coastal Environments: the Republic of Ireland

Field Team Members: Lee Sorrell & Joseph Kelley

The Republic of Ireland.   June 11 – June 22, 2013

Funding Support:  Funding for this project was generously provided by the Dan and Betty Churchill Exploration Fund.

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Dating the LGM in Tierra del Fuego

Field Team Members:  Brenda Hall, Alex Introne, Mike Kaplan, Jen Lennon, Tom Lowell, Aaron Putnam

Chilean Tierra del Fuego.   March 25, 2013 - April 2, 2013

Funding Support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Fund

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Glacier History of New Zealand Southern Alps from LGM to present

Field Team Members: George H. Denton, Aaron E. Putnam, Tobias N.B. Koffman (Ph.D. candidate), Peter D. Strand (M.S. candidate)

Collaborators: Dr. Joerg M. Schaefer (Columbia University), Dr. Michael R. Kaplan (Columbia University), David J.A. Barrell (GNS Science), Dr. Brian M. Anderson (Victoria University of Wellington), Dr. Sean D. Birkel (University of Maine), Roseanne Schwartz (Columbia University), Dr. Robert Finkel (Lawrence-Livermore National Laboratory)

New Zealand Southern Alps.  January 11, 2013 - March 3, 2013

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Roosevelt Island Climate Evolution (RICE)

Expedition Members: Skylar Haines

Roosevelt Island, West Antarctic Ice Sheet, Antarctica.  Oct. 8, 2012 - Jan. 4, 2013

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Kuli South Georgia Expedition

Expedition Members: Paul Mayewski, Dan Dixon, Bjorn Grigholm, Mariusz Potocki, Gino Casassa, Marcelo Arevalo, Alex Kuli, Alex George Kuli 

South Georgia Island.  Oct. 2 - Nov. 4, 2012

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Los Morteros: Geoarchaeological Explorations of an Early Mound, North Coast of Peru

Expedition Members: Ana Cecilia Mauricio

Chao Valley, North Coast of Peru.   Sept. 2012 - March, 2013

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Funding Support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Expedition Fund, The Graduate Student Government of the University of Maine, The NSF funded Project "Long-term Human Ecodynamics in Coastal Peru: A Case Study of Polar-Tropical Teleconnections", The Waitt Grant of the National Geographic Society, and The French Institute of Andean Studies.

Nitrogen Subsidies in Glacial Meltwater: Implications for High Elevation Aquatic Chains

Expedition Members: Kate Warner, Jasmine Saros, Carl Tuggend, Katie Norris, and Jenny Shrum

Beartooth Mountains, Montana.   July 18 - August 8, 2012

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Maya Obsidian of the Three Rivers region, Belize

Walter Beckwith

Three Rivers region, Belize.  May 17 - June 14, 2012

Funding Support:  Dan & Betty Churchill Fund, Programme for Belize Archaeological Project

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A Kinematic Survey of Khumbu Glacier, Nepal

Field Team Members: Adam Barker (University of Washington) & Lauren Wheeler (University of Maine)

Khumbu Glacier, Nepal.   June 1 - June 20, 2012

Funding Support:  National Science Foundation & Bingham Trust Fund

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Seasonal Correlation of Air Temperature and Isotopic Composition of Snowfall in the Central Alaska Range

Field Team Members:  Seth Campbell, Curtis Marston, Lyndsey Marston, Josh Plourde (University of Maine); Kristin Schild, Hazel Shapiro (Dartmouth College); Adam Toolanen (Lund University, Sweden)

Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska.   May 13, 2012 - May 25, 2012

Funding Support:  Dan & Betty Churchill Fund

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Investigation of Historic Coastal Sand Inundation, Shetland UK

Field Team Members:  Lee Sorrell, Alice Kelley and Joseph Kelley

Shetland UK.    May 21 - June 6, 2012

Funding Support:  Dan & Betty Churchill Fund

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Surveying Tidal Marshes across the Northeastern U.S.

Field Team Members: Mo Correll, Kate Ruskin, James Style, Brian Olsen, and Tom Hodgman

Point count surveys Maine to Virginia (Intensive demographic study in Scarborough Marsh, Maine.  May - August 2011-2013

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Ice Core Reconnaissance and Ice Volume Survey in the Alaska Range (Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska)

2012 Field Team Members: Seth Campbell, Curtis Marston, Lyndsey Marston, Josh Plourde (University of Maine); Kristin Schild (Dartmouth College); Brad Markle (University of Washington); Dave Silverstone (University of Alaska); Adam Toolanen (Lund University, Sweden)

Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska.  April 16, 2012 - May 31, 2012

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Ice in Fire:  Frozen Climate Records Inside A South American Volcano - Tupungatito Expedition 2012 (TE2012)

University of Maine - Climate Change Institute field expedition team members: Paul Mayewski (field leader), Andrei Kurbatov, Bjorn Grigholm, Mariusz Potocki, Dan Dixon, Michael Morrison and Mike Waskiewicz & and members of the Centro de Estudios Cientifocs (CECS) from Valdivia, Chile (field leaders Gino Casassa and Rodrigo Zamora, Alejandro Neira, Ivan Clauvero and Francisco Gonzalez).

Tupungatito Volcano, Chile.   January 5, 2012 - February 17, 2012

The CCI component of the Tupungatito Expedition is supported by a generous gift from the Garrand Family of Portland, Maine.

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Roosevelt Island Climate Evolution (RICE)

2011-2012 Field Team Members: clockwise from top left: Sepp Kipfstuhl, Brendon Christie, Daniel Emmanuelsson, Thomas Beers, Howard Conway, Hedley Berge, Darcy Mandeno, Nancy Bertler, Andrea Logan, Lou Albershardt, and Alex Pyne (Heidi Godfrey and Stephen Mawdesley not pictured). 

Roosevelt Island, Antarctica  (Second Field Season).   October 10, 2011 - January 19, 2012

Funding support:  National Science Foundation and GNS Science

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Nevado-Corpuna Shallow Ice Core Churchill Expedition

Bjorn Grigholm, Mariusz Potocki

Nevado-Coropuna Glacier, Southern Peru.  September 19 - October 10, 2011

Funding support:  Dan & Betty Churchill Fund

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Archaeological Explorations in the Chao Valley, North Coast of Peru

Ana Cecilia Mauricio

Chao Valley, North Coast of Peru.  July 2011

Funding support:  Dan & Betty Churchill Fund, Marshall Cloyd, and the Graduate Student Government

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Investigating Patterns of Late Pleistocene Glaciation in the Tropical Andes

Gordon Bromley, Kurt Rademaker, Matthew Hegland

Cordillera Carabaya, Andes, Peru.  June 6 - July 29, 2011

Funding support:  National Science Foundation

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Investigating the Elevation Dependence of Atmospheric Water Isotope Ratios in the Coastal North Pacific

Matthew Koehler

Juneau Icefield. June 2011

Funding support:   Dan & Betty Churchill Fund

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Geoarchaeology of the Salinas de Chao Paleo-embayment

Elizabeth Olson

Chao, Peru. July 17 - July 20, 2011

Funding support:  National Geographic Society, Dan & Betty Churchill Fund, & Marshall Cloyd

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La Milpa, Belize: An Investigation of Courtyard 100 & Kontanil Courtyard

Gregory Zaro, Walter Beckwith; Brett Houk, Lindsey Moats, Vincent Sisneros, Texas Tech University

La Milpa, Belize. May 19 - June 16, 2011

Funding support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Fund, Getty Archeological Fund, National Geographic Society

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Spatial Extrapolation of Melt and Mass Balance in the Central Alaska Range

Dominic Winski, Seth Campbell, Kristin Schild

Denali National Park, Alaska. May 9 - June 8, 2011

Funding support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Fund

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Exploring Climate-Induced Changes in West Greenland Lakes

Kristin Ditzler Strock, Jasmine Saros, John Anderson, Loughborough University, Suzanne McGowan, University of Nottingham

West Greenland. June 14th - June 28th,  2011

Funding support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Fund & the Gokcen Fund

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Tupungatito, Andes

Garrand Andes Expedition - Tupungatito, Chile

Paul Mayewski, Gino Casassa, Gonzalo & Sebastian Camps, Daniel Dixon, Bjorn Grigholm, Mario Potocki, Michael Morrison 

Tupungatito, Chile. February 4, 2011 - March 18, 2011

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The Anatomy of Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) Climate Change in the Southern Hemisphere Mid-Latitudes:  Paleoecological Temperature Reconstructions from Terrestrial Archives

Ann Dieffenbacher-Krall, Marcus Vandergoes, Erin McCann

Field Collaborators:  Jamie Howarth, Delia Strong

New Zealand.  January 4-23, 2011

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Sensitivity of the Antarctic Ice Sheet to the Last Two Glacial/Interglacial Cycles

Brenda Hall, Stephanie Allard, Toby Koffman, Calvin Mako, Robin Arnold, Glenn McKenney

Antarctica.  December 2010 - February 2011

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Constraints on the Last Ross Sea Ice Sheet from Glacial Deposits in the Southern Transantarctic Mountains

CCI participants:  Brenda Hall, Gordon Bromley

Beardmore Glacier, Antarctica.  Dec. 4-31, 2010

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On a way to Allan Hiils , Antarctica

2MBIA (Year 2): Exploring a 2 million + year ice climate archive-Allan Hills blue ice area

Andrei Kurbatov, Nicky Spaulding

Allan Hills blue ice area. November 10, 2010 to January 15, 2011

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Assessing the release of reactive nitrogen by melting alpine glaciers: effects on diatom diversity and water clarity in lake ecosystems over the last century.

CCI participants:  Carmen Daggett, Jasmine Saros, Caleb Slemmons, Krista Slemmons, Courtney Wigdahl, Dominic Winski

Beartooth Mountains (central Rockies), Montana and Wyoming.  August, 2010

Funding support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Fund

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Los Morteros Ground-Penetrating Radar Study

CCI participant:  Daniel Sandweiss, Joseph Kelley, Alice Kelley, Daniel Belknap; CCI Graduate Students: Kurt Rademaker, Elizabeth Olsen, Cecilia Mauricio; CCI Undergraduate Students: David Reid, Owen McGlamery

Chao, Peru.  July-August 2010

Funding support:  National Geographic Society

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Human-Environment Interaction in the Central Coast of Peru toward the end of the Early Intermediate Period (ca. AD 500-700). A view from a Late Lima Culture Site

CCI participant:  Ana Cecilia Mauricio

Lima, Peru.  June-August 2010

Funding support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Fund, Fulbright Summer Research Grant, Graduate Student Government Grant

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Glacial Geology and Archaeology in the Pucuncho Basin, Peruvian Andes

CCI participants:  Kurt Rademaker, Gordon Bromley

Additional Project Personnel:  Kristen Gardella (UPenn), Peter Leach and David Reid (J. A. Milner & Associates), Jesse Wertheim and Owen McGlamery (UMaine undergraduates).

Pucuncho Basin, Peruvian Andes.  June 1 - August 23, 2010

Funding support:  Dan and Betty Churchill Fund, Foundation for Exploration and Research on Cultural Origins (FERCO), American Philosophical Society Lewis and Clark Exploration Fund, Lambda Alpha Graduate Research Grant

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Holocene Behavior of Local Ice Caps in East Greenland 

Brenda Hall, Amanda Lusas

East Greenland.   August 2010

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Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China

Palaeoclimate of Central Asia: Glacial geology and palaeohydrology of the Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China

Aaron Putnam, George Denton

Collaborators:Wally Broecker and Joerg Schaefer (Columbia University), David E. Putnam and Chunzeng Wang (University of Maine at Presque Isle), Peter and Fred Quesada (Fore River Company)

Tarim Basin, Xinjiang, China  June 2010 - July 2010

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Glacier History of the New Zealand Southern Alps

George Denton, Aaron Putnam, Kathryn Ladig, Alice Doughty, Samuel Kelley

Collaborators:  Dr. Joerg M. Schaefer (Columbia University), Dr. Michael R. Kaplan (Columbia University), Mr. David J.A. Barrell (GNS Science), Professor Bjørn G. Andersen (University of Oslo), Dr. Marcus Vandergoes (GNS Science), Professor Christian Schlüchter (Bern), Dr. Robert Finkel (Lawrence-Livermore National Laboratory)

New Zealand Southern Alps, January - March 2010; January - March 2009, January - March 2008, January - March 2007, January - March 2006

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Maine Wetlands 2010 - Assessing the Effect of Hydrologic Change on Sora and Virginia Rail Populations 

Ellen Robertson and Brian Olsen

Maine (Penobscot and Washington Counties), May - August 2010

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Tupungatito Caldera Glacier, Chile

High-Elevation Ice Core Reconnaissance on Tupungatito Caldera Glacier

Paul Mayewski, Gino Casassa, Gonzalo & Sebastian Camps, Daniel Dixon, Danny Frye, Bjorn Grigholm, Andrei Kurbatov, Michael Morrison, Mario Potocki

(with indispensable assistance of local Arrieros: Fernando, Ismael, Marcelino, & Antonio

Tupungatito Calera Glacier, Central Andes, February & March 2010

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Denali National Park

Modeling Energy Balance and Melt Layer Formation on the Kahiltna Glacier, Alaska

Dom Winski, Seth Campbell, Karl Kreutz

Denali National Park, Alaska, Summer 2010 

Funding support: Dan & Betty Churchill Fund

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Tyndall Glacier

Reconstructing the Holocene glacial variations of the Hielo Patagonico Sur at Torres del Paine

(51ºS), southern South America

Juan Luis Garcia

Hielo Patagonico Sur, Southern South America, February 2010 

Funding support: Dan & Betty Churchill Fund

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Tambo-Ilo, Peru

Desert Resource Management and Punctuated Environmental Change - Atacama Desert of South America

Greg Zaro, Alissa Dubois

Tambo-Ilo coast of southern Peru.  February 12 to May 1, 2010

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Ice core drilled at Allan Hills areaIce core drilled at Allan Hills area

2MBIA (Year 1): Exploring a 2 million + year ice climate archive-Allan Hills blue ice area

Andrei Kurbatov, Nicky Spaulding, Kristin Schild

Allan Hills blue ice area. October 28 to December 21, 2009

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Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

Assessing the Effects of Glacier Meltwater on Lake Ecosystems in Torres del Paine, Chile

Carmen Daggett, Juan Garcia

Torres del Paine National Park, Chile.   November 2009

Funding support: Dan & Betty Churchill Fund

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Greenland2009

Margin Ice Sampling and the Cause of the Younger Dryas

Paul Mayewski, Douglas "Cap" Introne, Andrei Kurbatov, Stephanie Allard, Brittany Gilman

Greenland, August 12 to August 26, 2009

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Pamir Mts., Tajikistan

Ice Cores and Glaciological Surveys at Fedchenko Glacier, Pamir Mountains, Tajikistan

Bjorn Grigholm, Elena Korotkikh

Pamir Mountains, Tajikistan.  August 3 to September 7, 2009

The goal of the 2009 field season was to recover Ice core record(s) and conduct GPS and GPR surveys of the upper accumulation zone of Fedchenko Glacier.

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New Zealand Drilling

Ice Core Drilling in the Southern Alps

Daniel Dixon

Southern Alps.  June 2009

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New Fork River canyon

Glacier History of the Western United States

Aaron Putnam, Sean Birkel, George Denton, Kathryn Ladig

Collaborators: Joerg M. Schaefer (Columbia University), Edward B. Evenson (Lehigh University), David E. Putnam (University of Maine – Presque Isle), Peter Quesada, Peter Huybers (Harvard University), Richard B. Alley (Penn State), Patrick Applegate (Universitet Stockholm), David Vacco (Penn State), Robert Finkel (CEREGE)

Wind River Range, Wyoming & Sierra Nevada, California, June & July 2009, June & July 2008

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Acadia National Park - Maine

Determine Critical Nitrogen Loads to Boreal Lake Ecosystems Using the Response of Phytoplankton

Jasmine Saros, Carmen Daggett, Heather Arnett

Acadia National Park (Maine) & Isle Royale National Park (Michigan).  June 2009 & August 2009

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Climate-Induced Shifts in Alpine Diatom Communities: Linking Neoecological and Paleoecological Approaches to Incorporate Responses to Trophic Forcing

Jasmine Saros, Andrea Nurse, Carmen Daggett, Courtney Wigdahl, Randall Perry

Beartooth Mountains (central Rockies), Glacier National Park (northern Rockies), July 2007, August 2007, August 2008, July 2009

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The Role of Dissolved Organic Material in Regulating Primary Production in Prairie Saline Lakes

Jasmine Saros, Courtney Wigdahl, Carmen Daggett

Northern Great Plains (North Dakota), August 2006, May 2009

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Collaborative Research:  Grounding-line retreat in the Southern Ross Sea - Constraints from Scott Glacier

Brenda Hall, Gordon Bromley, Nate Mietkiewicz

Scott Glacier, December 2008 - January 2009; December 2007 - January 2008

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Mapping Critical Loads of Atmospheric N and S Deposition in the Rocky Mountains

Jasmine Saros, Heather Arnett

Rocky Mountains, August 2007, August 2008

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 Determining Critical Loads of Nitrogen Deposition in the Pacific Northwest

Jasmine Saros

Washington (Alpine Line Wilderness & Mt. Rainier),  August 2008

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The Interactive Effects of Ultraviolet Radiation & Temperature on Pelagic Food Webs

Jasmine Saros, Courtney Wigdahl

Beartooth Mountains (Wyoming/Montana), July 2007, August 2007

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Determining Patterns of Abrupt Climate Change during the Last Glacial-Interglacial Transition (LGIT) in the Southern Hemisphere

Marcus Vandergoes, Ann Dieffenbacher-Krall, Karen Marysdaughter, Aaron Putnam, Alice Doughty

New Zealand, February 2007

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Wisconsin

The Response of Lakes to Disturbance and Climate Change: Calibrating Sedimentary Records to Test the Landscape Position Concept

Jasmine Saros

Wisconsin,  January 2007

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Cotahuasi Highlands

Archaeological Exploration of the Cotahuasi Highlands, Southern Peru

Kurt Rademaker and David Reid

The goals of this research are to better understand the early prehistoric settlement of southern Peru, the dramatic climatic and Andean ecosystemic changes at the end of the last ice age, and the connections between early South Americans and their environment.

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Detroit Plateau

Brazilian–Chilean–US expedition

Andrei Kurbatov, and colleagues

Detroit Plateau Antarctic Peninsula, Glaciological and Atmospheric Studies November 7 to December 15, 2007

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US ITASE

US ITASE

Paul Mayewski, Gordon Hamilton, Daniel Dixon, Daniel Breton, Nicky Spaulding, Elena Korotkikh, and Sharon Buchanan Sneed

Traverse of East Antarctica October 22, 2007 to December 29, 2007

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Greenland GPS Installation

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

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Patagonia

Glacial History and Paleoclimate in Patagonia, Chile

Juan Luis Garcia

March 15 to May 1, 2007

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Quebrada Manga

Archaeological Investigations of the Quebrada Manga, Peru

Kurt Rademaker and David Reid

January-February 2007

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Peninsula Luis Felipe

Preliminary glaciological studies in the Peninsula Luis Felipe, Antarctica

Andrei Kurbatov

Jan 26 to Feb. 20, 2007

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Fork Cat

US ITASE

Traverse of East Antarctica, Paul Mayewski, Gordon Hamilton, Andrei Kurbatov, Daniel Dixon, Daniel Breton

Nov. 1, 2006 to January 31,2007.

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Midnight

Melt Pond evolution and glacier acceleration: fast glacial flow in East Greenland

Gordon Hamilton and Leigh Stearns

June 22, to August 29, 2006.

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Lunching

Meteorological Controls on Snow Accumulation and Chemistry in the St. Elias Mountains and the Implications for Ice Core Research in Regions of High Relief.

Nate Vogan 

July 6, to July 24th, 2006

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Mauca

Archaeological and Glacial Geologic Investigations of Nevado Coropuna, Peru

Kurt Rademaker, Gordon Bromley, Louis Fortin and Claire Todd 

May 15th to July 15th 2006.

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Tasman

Developing a chronology of glacial advances in the Southern Alps, New Zealand from the LGM to present.

Aaron Putnam, and Alice Doughty

January 19th to May 14th

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Chronology of Late Holocene Moraines, Cordillera Darwin.

Brenda Hall and Charlie Porter

March 1st to May 1st, 2006.

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On the beach

Ice coring in the Patagonia Ice Fields.

Paul A. Mayewski, Andrei Kurbatov, Bjorn Grigholm, Mark Wumkes 

February 13th to April 10th 2006.

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Mount Erebussm

Abandoned southern elephant seal colonies as paleoclimate indicators in the Antarctic.

Brenda Hall, Audrey Bamberg, Alice Doughty

January 1, to February 15, 2006.

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