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NSF/UVM Community Cosmogenic Facility (CCF)

Joshua Galster



Josh worked with us collecting cores from New England lakes and ponds and then used stable isotopes to understand how deglaciation and the establishment of lake and watershed ecosystems was reflected in the lake sediment record.
MS Thesis, Geology (University of Vermont, 2001)
Quantifying the Response of Lake Ecosystems to Holocene Deglaciation through the Use of Stable Isotopes
download MS thesis defense slides (ppt) (pdf)
download pdf of MS thesis
Additional Degrees
Lehigh University, Ph. D. Geology, 2006
Undergraduate Degree
Carleton College, B.A. Geology, 1996
Related Links
Montclair State University
Email Address
Joshua.Galster@montclair.edu
Current Position and Contact Information (6/2008)
Assistant Professor
Department of Earth and Environmental Studies
Mallory Hall
Montclair State University
Montclair, NJ 07043
(973) 655-4123
Abstracts

Bosley, A., Bierman, P. R., Noren, A. and Galster, J. (2001) Identification of paleoclimatic cycles during the Holocene using grain size analysis of sediments cored from Lake Morey in Fairlee, VT. GSA Abstracts with Programs, NE section meeting, Burlington, VT. v. 33, p. A-15, Abstract 42-0. (download pdf)

Noren, A. J., Bierman, P. R. and Galster, J. C. (2001) A 13,000-year regional record of Holocene storms from terrigenous lake sediment, Northeastern USA. GSA Abstracts with Programs, NE section meeting, Burlington, VT. v. 33, p. 57, Abstract 21-0. (download pdf)

Noren, A. J., Bierman, P. R., Galster, J. C., Lini, A., Jennings, K. L. and Janukajtis, F. A. (1999) A regional record of Holocene storms from terrigenous lake sediment, northern New England. GSA Abstracts with Programs, Annual meeting, Denver, CO. v. 31, p. A-51. (download pdf)

Other Publications

Noren, A., Jennings, K., Bierman, P. R., Galster, J. C., Fredriksen, G. and Janukajtis, F. A. (1999) A regional record of Holocene hillslope erosion from lake and alluvial fan sediment, Vermont. New England Intercollegiate Geologic Conference Guidebook. (download pdf)

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