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Glacial Geology and Geochronology Research Group

Welcome to the Glacial Geology and Geochronology Research Group at the University of Maine!Use the links below to learn more about our ongoing research. 

Salmon Valley, Royal Society Range

Salmon Valley, Royal Society Range, Antarctica (Photo: S. Allard)

Graduate Student OpportunityWe have an opening for a M.S. student beginning in Fall 2013.  The student will be part of a project to determine the extent and timing of changes in the Antarctic ice sheet during the last glacial maximum and termination.  Work will involve surficial mapping and collection of samples for dating.  The successful applicant will have an excellent academic record and be in good physical shape.  He/She should enjoy living and working outside.  Prior remote field experience, as well as coursework in glacial geology/ paleoclimatology, is a plus.  For more information, contact Dr. Brenda Hall (BrendaH@maine.edu).

Current Research

We are currently working on projects in New Zealand, South America, Greenland, and Antarctica.  Find out more.

News

  • 12/2/13 Just in! Update from Antarctica from master’s student Courtney King; read more here
  • 9/3/13 Updated current research page. Check out the new projects students are working on!
  • 1/14/13 Check out an update from Scott Braddock in Antarctica!
  • 6/5/12 Undergraduates win award for Antarctic presentation; read more here!
  • 4/11/11 Congratulations to all who participated in the 19th Annual Harold W. Borns Symposium on April 7&8. Download the pdf with all abstracts and authors here.
  • 4/6/11 National Science Foundation – Graduate Research Fellowship Award – T. Koffman. Read more.

People

Learn about the researchers and graduate students in our group. Meet them here.

Photo Gallery

View photos from past and present research projects from all over the world. See more.

Past Projects

Read about past research projects, locations and people. Read More.

Alumni

See what our past students are up to now. Read more.

For K-12 Teachers

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