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.

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People

Learn about the researchers and students in our group.

Announcements

Student Position Available

We are recruiting an incoming M.S. student for fall of 2018 to work on a project concerning the behavior of the Antarctic Ice Sheet during the last termination. The project involves field work, extensive glacial mapping, and some aspect of chronology, either radiocarbon or surface exposure age dating. For more information, contact Dr. Brenda Hall (BrendaH@maine.edu).

Current Research

We are working on projects in western Maine/northern New Hampshire, Scotland, Greenland, Mongolia, New Zealand, South America, and Antarctica.  Find out more.

 

 

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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.

 

 

Data

See data from our past projects here.

 

 

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News

  • Apr. 2017: Courtney successfully defended her dissertation, Allie received the Arthur D. Howard Award from GSA for her grant proposal, Jill received best poster award at the 2017 Borns Symposium
  • Mar. 2017: Former Master’s student Amanda Lusas, is the lead author on a scientific paper published in the Journal of Paleolimnology
  • Feb. 2017: Discover how Dr. Hall became interested in glaciers at a young age
  • Jan. 2017: Allie, Gordon, Jill and Brenda are all back from the deep field!  Check both the News page and the blog to hear about their successful field seasons.
  • Dec. 2016 (2): Many of our group members attended the 2016 Comer Climate Conference this past October, read about the research presented there.
  • Dec. 2016 (1): Head over to the News page to read Jill’s first and second updates from the field.  Also, don’t forget to check Allie’s blog to see what she, Dr. Bromley, and the others are finding in the field.
  • Nov. 2016: Master’s student, Allie Balter, and Dr. Bromley head to East Antarctica to study Pliocene deposits.  Follow along here as they conduct their field work.
  • Oct. 2016: Many members of our research group are featured in the news!  (1) Check out an article and a podcast describing field work performed by Mariah, Peter and Aaron this past summer, and read a report about the dating method used on deposits in the Mongolian Altai; (2) Gordon’s Peruvian Andes research is featured in the UMaine News; (3) Discover the inspiration behind Jill’s “Glaciogenic Art” in this news piece
  • Sept. 2016: Congratulations to the newest PhD candidate, Courtney King, for passing her written and oral comprehensive exams!
  • Jul. 2016: PhD student Courtney King was awarded GSA’s On to the Future (OTF) Scholarship for travel to this year’s annual GSA meeting in Denver, CO where she will present her Antarctic research
  • Jun. 2016: Head over to the News section to view Jill’s artwork that will be featured on the cover of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
  • May 2016: Congratulations to three group members on the following – 1) Zach Mason was awarded the highest honors for his thesis, and he won the Outstanding Senior Award for the School of Earth & Sciences; 2) Peter Strand for winning the best Brown Bag presentation – PhD student; 3) Courtney King for winning best poster (Natural Sciences category) at the UMaine Graduate Research Symposium.  Excellent work all around!