Dr. Rhawn Denniston (Cornell College), Dr. Al Wanamaker, and colleagues recently published new geochemical data from Caribbean corals in the journal, Geology. The records provide insight into El Nino dynamics across the late Miocene. Click here for the NSF Press Release Weiss, T.L., Denniston, R.F., Wanamaker, A.D., Villarini, G., and von der Heydt, A.S., (2017) … Continue reading New publication from SIPERG collaborators
Diana Thatcher has recently sucessfully completed her PhD preliminary exams. This makes her an official “PhD Candidate!” Diana will continue her work studying Portuguese speleothem records as proxies for Holocene Paleoclimate.
Nina Whitney was lead author on a recent publication in the Journal of Continental Shelf Research. The paper explores the influence of river runoff on 18O-salinity relationship of coastal waters in the Gulf of Maine. See SIPERG publications for a link to the article. Congrats Nina and coauthors!
Three members of SIPERG traveled to a local preschool classroom for show and tell! Students in Mrs. Wellington’s class at United Community School (near Ames, IA) have been learning about sand over the past few weeks. Graduate students Nina, Diana, and Maddie (all members of SIPERG), put together a few activities to show the students … Continue reading SIPERG visits local school for lesson on sand!