During the last decades, cosmogenic nuclides have become an useful tool for measuring surface processes in geomorphology and analysing the feedbacks between climate and tectonic that interact to shape the landscape. Numerous applications like exposure dating, burial dating or reconstructing landscape changes by cosmogenic nuclide-derived denudation rates are now possible. Especially cosmogenic nuclide-derived denudation rates integrate erosion as well as weathering processes. The cosmogenic nuclide laboratory supervised by Prof. Todd Ehlers and Dr.
University of Vermont/National Science Foundation Community Cosmogenic Facility
Link to relatively recent curriculum vitae pdf Link to more information and complete bibliography. Greg Balco is a glacial geologist, geomorphologist, and geochemist focusing on applications of cosmogenic-nuclide geochemistry and low-temperature thermochronometry to Earth surface processes. Balco G. Exposure dating of precariously balanced rocks.
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Ryan comes to us from the University of South Florida. She is an expert in ramped pyrolysis radiocarbon and clumped isotope analyses and to date has focused on investigating geochemistry of subglacial environments and learning about ice sheet dynamics from the geochemistry. Rachel studies the uplift and glacial history of the Alaska Range using cosmogenic nuclide dating.
December 10, In order to predict how glaciers will respond to climate change in the future, scientists first need to understand how they've responded in the past. A team of scientists in the Cosmogenic Nuclide Lab at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory have taken on the challenge by studying glacial remains all around the world, from Patagonia to the Arctic. One of the most interesting questions that the team is investigating is whether glaciers in different latitudes and hemispheres expand and retreat at similar times, said Mike Kaplan, a Lamont research professor who works in the Cosmogenic Nuclide Lab. Prior to human influence , there are strong indications that climate patterns affecting the southern hemisphere glaciers were out of step with those in the north, said Kaplan, and understanding why could help project the effects of modern climate change.