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Lin Li

Li Lin came to UVM to study pollen histories in lake sediments under support from the Lintilhac Foundation. She collected and analyzed cores from Ritterbush and Sterling Ponds in the Green Mountains and worked with Ray Spear to count pollen. Li Lin graduated from UVM Geology in 1996, and moved to University of Utah Geography Department for a Master's Degree in GIS. She graduated from University of Utah in 1999, with a second Master's degree and began working for ESRI, the world leader in GIS.
MS Geology (University of Vermont, 1996)
MS thesis Quaternary environmental changes inferred from pollen analyses and 14C ages of pond sediments, Green Mountains, Vermont
MS thesis proposal (download pdf)
MS thesis (download pdf)
Additional Degree
University of Utah, M.S. GIS, 1999
Undergraduate Degree
Beijing Normal University, B.S. Geography, 1992
Paleostorminess, New England Ponds and Lakes
Other Related Links
ESRI's web site
Email Address
Current Position and Contact Information (3/2008)
Software Engineer- Java Developer
ESRI, Inc.
380 New York St.
Redlands, CA 92373
First-Authored, Meeting Abstracts Based on UVM Research

Lin, L., Bierman, P.R., Lini, A., and Spear, R., 1995, New AMS 14C ages and pollen analyses constrain timing of deglaciation and history of revegetation in northern New England: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, p. A-58. (download pdf)
Other Meeting Abstracts Based on UVM Research

Lini, A., Bierman, P.R., Lin, L., and Davis, P., 1995, Stable carbon isotopes in post-glacial lake sediments: a technique for timing the onset of primary productivity and verifying AMS 14-C dates: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 27, p. A-58. (download pdf)

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