Dr. Whitney successfully defended her PhD research (Using modern and paleoceanographic isotopic systems to reconstruct Late Holocene temporal oceanographic variability in the rapidly warming Gulf of Maine). We are all very proud of Nina!!
Congratulations to Diana Thatcher and co-authors on their new publication (Hydroclimate variability from western Iberia (Portugal) during the Holocene: Insights from a composite stalagmite isotope record). The paper is published in the Holocene journal (https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0959683620908648).
SIPERG would like to give a big congratulations to Dr. Wanamaker’s student, Juan Carlos Romero Gelvez, who successfully defended his master’s thesis in July and has earned his master of science in geology degree. The title of Juan’s thesis is “A 50 kyr Rainfall Record Derived from Colombian Stalagmites: Insights on Intertropical Convergence Zone Dynamics … Continue reading Congratulations Juan, Master of Science!
In January 2019, Dr. Alan Wanamaker and PhD student Diana Thatcher started the new year with field work to Portugal, accompanied by collaborators, Dr. David Gillkin (Union College) and an undergraduate student from Union College, Alaina Chormann. While in Portugal, the group visited a total of five caves in the central and southern parts of … Continue reading SIPERG returns to Portugal
This summer, Dr. Al Wanamaker and MS student Juan Carlos Romero Gelvez visited 2 caves in the eastern Colombian Andes. The caves are in the karstic province of Velez, nearby El Peñon a small village in the Colombian mountains. The purpose of this visit was to retrieve loggers inside and outside the caves, also to … Continue reading Colombia Caving and Climate