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Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory and Geomorphology Research Group

Projects the UVM Cosmogenic Lab and Geomorphology Research Group have done

NOTE: These pages are under construction as of 4/11/08

Eastern North America
Ancient Glacial Surfaces, Minnesota and Baffin Island
Baffin Island Glacial Chronology and Process
10-Be Production Rates, Laurentide Moraines
Blue Ridge Fan Dating
Eroding the Susquehanna Basin
Erosion of the Blue Ridge Escarpment
Erosion of Shenandoah National Park
Great Smoky Mountain Erosion Rates
Landscape Change Program
Modeling and Analyzing Flow History of the Winooski River
New England Deglacial History
North American Granites
Oakledge Park Landscape History
Paleostorminess, New England Ponds and Lakes
River Incision, Eastern North America
Sediment Generation and Transport Rates
Shelburne Landscape History
Soil Profiles, Georgia and Australia
Urban Hydrology
Vermont Alluvial Fans
Winooski River Terraces
Winooski River Erosion Project
Central North America
Ancient Glacial Surfaces, Minnesota and Baffin Island
Cronus Standards
Deglaciation and Inheritance, Wisconsin
North American Granites
Western North America
Arroyo Chavez
Colorado Front Range, River Incision Rates and Moraine Ages
Colorado River Basin Erosion Rates
Fish Springs Fans and Earthquakes
Fort Carson Pediment Dynamics
Laramide Erosion Rates and Surface Dynamics
Lone Pine Fans and Earthquakes
Mojave Desert Sediment Dynamics
North American Granites
Oregon Coast Range Erosion Rates
Rio Puerco Erosion Rates
Tracking Painted Pebbles in the Mojave
West Coast Transect
Africa
Madagascar
Namibian Bedrock
Namibian Sediments
Arctic
Detrital Cosmochronology of the Greenland Ice Sheet
Extreme Erosion Rates- Venezuela and Alaska
Asia
Bhutan Erosion Rates
Australia, New Zealand
Australian Escarpments
Australian Inselbergs
Sediment Dynamics, Waipaoa Basin
Soil Profiles, Georgia and Australia
Spatial Distribution of Tasmanian Erosion
Central America
Drainage Basin Dynamics, Panama
Middle East
Israel Erosion and Sediment Dynamics
Israeli Fault Scarps
South America
Extreme Erosion Rates- Venezuela and Alaska
Educational Projects
Governor's Institutes of Vermont- Science and Technology
Interdisciplinary Watershed Field Camp

Landscape Change Program
Learning Landscapes- Webware
NSF Career Award
NSF Distinguished Teaching Scholar
Reconsidering the Textbook
Shelburne Landscape History
Vermont Science Initiative: Hands on a Watershed

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