Archive for October 21st, 2009

Wooster Students Present Research at Portland GSA in “Recent Developments in Paleoclimate” session

October 21st, 2009

Coin Mennett explains the results of his work in using tree-rings to investigate the Alaskan Cedar Decline.
Colin Mennett explains the results of his work using tree-rings to investigate the Alaskan Cedar Decline. His work is titled:Climate Response of Yellow-Cedar on Excursion Ridge, Glacier Bay, Alaska: A Preliminary Analysis of Pre- and Post Little Ice Age Climate Signals

Terry Workman and Alena Giesche presented results of their work in Alaska. Their poster entitled DEVELOPING A PROXY RECORD FOR MOISTURE VARIABILITY THROUGH THE HOLOCENE FOR THE KENAI LOWLANDS, ALASKA, KENAI NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

Terry Workman (Wooster) and Alena Giesche (Middlebury College) presented results of their work in Alaska that analyzed multiple lake cores to investigate past water levels on the Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Their poster is entitled Developing a Proxy Record for Moisture Variability through the Holocene for the Kenai Lowlands, Alaska, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.