Some images from absolutely stuning field work with new MS student Tori Kennedy outside Atlin, British Columbia. Tori will be working on understanding the Holocene extent of glaciers here and all along the American Cordillera.
New work in American Journal of Science
New paper summarizing our efforts in the northern Ross Sea! A little old, but hey we made the cover of American Journal of Science.
New work in The Cryosphere coming soon
In a banner month, we’ve had two papers accepted in The Cryosphere bearing on the thickness of the West Antarctic ice sheet draining into the Weddell Sea embayment. One by Keir Nichols and the other by Perry Spector of Berkeley Geochronology Center. Final publication will be available online soon! In the mean time, since it is an open discussion format journal, which by the way are great to publish in, can be found here.
Thickness of the divide and flank of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet through the last deglaciation
New Last Glacial Maximum Ice Thickness constraints for the Weddell Sea sector, Antarctica
Work published in Geochronogy
See our recent work on preparing quartz separates for measurement of in situ 14C and the importance of adequate leaching to remove 14C introduced during froth flotation of feldspars and other minerals. Published in the new EGU journal Geochronology