University of Vermont

I enjoy doing all sorts of things outdoors

including research, teaching, and nordic skiing. That's me in Falls Creek, Australia before the 42km Hoppett race.

Paul Bierman, Geomorphologist and Geochemist

I am a Geomorphologist with wide-ranging interests including isotope geochemistry, surface processes, human-induced landscape change, and rates of erosion. I am particularly interested in working at the interface between active research, education, and science literacy at all levels -- thus my involvement in the Governor's Institute of Vermont (a residential program for high school science students) and NSF's Career and DTS programs combining research and education.
  • description of image The Cosmogenic Nuclide Laboratory is where much of my research and that of my students happens. Ours is a purpose-built lab where we can extract Be, Al, and Cl from rocks and sediment.
  • description of imageOur team is key. Since 1993, I have advised undergraduates, graduate students at both the MS and PhD level, and post docs from both UVM and elsewhere. We have hosted collaborators from around the world.
  • description of image We are involved in projects all over the world. Short project summaries tell you more about what we have done, provide photographs, and provide links to relevant publications.
  • description of image A list of publications authored by people working with me in the field, at UVM, and elsewhere is available here. PDFs of these works are available.

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