University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Devin McPhillips



Devin came to the UVM Cosmogenic Lab in June 2011 for a two-year post-doc. His work at the Lab focuses on the fluvial response to the last glacial-interglacial climate transition in southern Peru. His interests span the tectonics and surface processes of active mountain belts.
Doctoral Degree
Yale University, Ph.D., 2011 (“Erosion and Mountain Evolution: New Insights from Thermochronology”)
Projects
Erosional Effects of Climate Change from Single-Clast Be-10
Current Web Page
www.uvm.edu/~dmcphill
Undergraduate degree
Carleton College, BA Geology
Email Address
dmcphill@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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