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Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Jill Turner



Jill started working in the Geology Department in 1995, in the Perkins Building version of the Cosmogenic Nuclide Extraction Laboratory. In fact, working with Dr. Paul Bierman, she was instrumental in getting the cosmo lab started at UVM. She came to UVM from the University of Washington and besides working in the lab, she worked as a field technician with Master's student, Kim Marsella, on a project on Baffin Island.
Graduate Degree
Antioch New England, M.S. Conservation Biology, 2004
Undergraduate Degree
University of Washington, B.A. Geology, 1995
Projects
Ancient Glacial Surfaces, Minnesota and Baffin Island
Baffin Island Glacial Chronology and Process
10-Be Production Rates, Laurentide Moraines
North American Granites
Lone Pine Fans and Earthquakes
Australian Inselbergs
Other Related Links
State of New Mexico Environment Department
Email Address
jill.turner@state.nm.us
Current Position and Contact Information (5/2008)
Outreach Liaison
1190 St. Francis Dr.
Santa Fe, NM 87502
505-827-1754
Junior-Authored, Refereed Publications Based on UVM Research

Bierman, P., and Turner, J., 1995, 10Be and 26Al evidence for exceptionally low rates of Australian bedrock erosion and the likely existence of pre-Pleistocene landscapes: Quaternary Research, v. 44, p. 378-382. (download pdf)

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