University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Lee Corbett



Lee is a geomorphologist who focuses on how glacial landscapes evolve over time. She utilizes mapping, stratigraphy, analysis of multiple cosmogenic nuclides, and numerical modeling to understand land surfaces that have been preserved beneath non-erosive glacial ice. She completed her MS degree at UVM in 2011 and her PhD in 2016. which investigates landscapes in northern Greenland and Baffin Island, Canada.
Projects
Detrital Cosmochronology of the Greenland Ice Sheet
PhD Thesis (2016)
PRESERVATION AND SEDIMENT CYCLING BENEATH “GHOST GLACIERS”: HOW COLD-BASED ICE DICTATES ARCTIC LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION, Doctoral thesis (download pdf)
download proposal presentation
download defense presentation
MS Thesis (2011)
Investigating The Timing Of Deglaciation And The Efficiency Of Subglacial Erosion In Central-Western Greenland With Cosmogenic 10Be And 26Al (download pdf)
MS thesis proposal(download pdf)/(download proposal presentation)
MS thesis progress report (download pdf)/(download progress report presentation)
Undergraduate degree
Middlebury College, B.S. Geology, 2007
Other Related Links
Lee's Webpage
NSF piece about Lee
Email Address
Ashley.Corbett@uvm.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (7/2016)
Postdoctoral Associate
UVM

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