Tree Rings and the Huna Tlingit People: A Wooster Student Geologist Talk

October 31st, 2010

Sarah Appleton ('12) presenting her research at the 2010 GSA meeting.

DENVER, COLORADO — The Wooster Geologists are very proud today of our own Sarah Appleton, who just gave a professional talk at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting this morning.  Her topic was sorting out a historical mystery about Eighteenth-Century migrations of the Tlingit in Glacier Bay, Alaska. Sarah did a superb job.  This is the first time in my memory that one of our junior geology majors gave a national talk.  Well done, Sarah.  (And now I have to prepare for my own talk!)

2 Responses to “Tree Rings and the Huna Tlingit People: A Wooster Student Geologist Talk”

  1. Stephanie Jarvison 31 Oct 2010 at 2:44 pm

    Yay Sarah!!!!! ;)

  2. Meagenon 31 Oct 2010 at 4:40 pm

    Dr. Wilson is a quick-draw blogger. Reading the blog is like being at the meeting!

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