University of Vermont

Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Tom Neumann



Tom is a glaciologist who works at both the northern and southern extremes of our world. We are collaborating with him in Greenland as we try and determine when the ice last retreated substantially. Tom recently began a new career at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Not one to hang around indoors too long, Tom spent one day in his new office and left for the field as the traverse team leader on a scientific trip to East Anarctica with a team of scientists from NASA and the NSF.
Doctoral Degree
University of Washington, Ph. D. Geophysics, 2003
Projects
Detrital Cosmochronology of the Greenland Ice Sheet
Other Related Links
Where Tom can be found early 2009- East Antarctic Traverse- "Expedition Diary"
Videos of last year's traverse
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center home page
Email Address
thomas.neumann@uvm.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (01/2009)
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, Maryland

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