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Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

People of the UVM Geomorphology Group and Cosmogenic Lab

The UVM Cosmogenic Laboratory and Geomorphology group has been the academic home to many people since 1993 including graduate students, technicians, staff members, and a post-doctoral associate. Below you can learn more about the people who are currently associated with the lab and with Geomorphology research in the UVM Geology Department as well as find out about those who have long since graduated.

  • description of image Graduate students and post docs have been the core of the UVM cosmogenic laboratory, collecting most of the samples we process, preparing clean quartz, doing clean lab chemistry, analyzing data, and publishing papers.
  • description of image Laboratory technicians were a part of our team in the past - now all chemistry is done by Bierman, students, post docs and collaborators. We have specifically redesigned our laboratory procedures so they are easily learned and easily taught.
  • description of image Staff are critical to the completion of many projects. These staff have purified quartz, created and managed several databases, and inventoried samples.
  • description of image Collaborators are integral to many projects. We work with other faculty, graduate students from other institutions, and experts at several labs and the USGS.

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