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Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Ben DeJong



Ben came to UVM in 2010 as a USGS SCEP employee to work on a PhD degree. His research interests generally involve documenting landscape evolution over the past several glacial-interglacial swings in an attempt to determine what is happening in the present.
MS Thesis (Utah State University, '07)
"Effects of Quaternary Climate Change on Tributary Sedimentation and Geomorphology in Eastern Grand Canyon"
Undergraduate degree
B.S. Geology, Calvin College, ‘03
Projects
Pleistocene stratigraphy in and around the Blackwater NWR, Dorchester county MD
Reconciling the NEVC meteoric Be10 record with that of the Greenland Ice Sheet
Email Address
bdejong@uvm.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (11/2011)

UVM Geology Department
Delehanty Hall
180 Colchester Ave.
Burlington,VT 05405
802-656-3396

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