University of Vermont

NSF/UVM Community Cosmogenic Facility (CCF)

Lee Corbett



Lee is the Facility Manager for the NSF/UVM Community Cosmogenic Facility; she oversees the daily operations of the lab, collaborates on visitors' projects, and trains visitors one-on-one in sample preparation methods. She has been in the Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory for over a decade, having completed both her MS (2011) and her PhD (2016) at UVM. Lee's background is as a geomorphologist and glacial geologist. She is primarily interested in how landscapes are shaped over time, although she is excited to collaborate with visitors on a wide range of projects involving cosmogenic nuclides.
PhD Thesis (2016)
PRESERVATION AND SEDIMENT CYCLING BENEATH “GHOST GLACIERS”: HOW COLD-BASED ICE DICTATES ARCTIC LANDSCAPE EVOLUTION (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.A. Geology, 2007
Other Related Links
Lee's Webpage
NSF piece about Lee
Email Address
Ashley.Corbett@uvm.edu

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