Students in the Ph.D. program have the opportunity to travel the globe doing research and participating in conferences. Each of the placemarks on the map indicates a destination for one or more students or alumni.
She was there sampling Antarctic ice cores from several sites for trace gas analysis. The photo included above was taken at NICL in 2009. In this picture Kristal is holding an ice core from Byrd Station, Antarctica, which was originally collected in 1968!
Alexandra Magana is conducting a study of carbon cycling in Heshang Cave, China to constrain the controls on the amount of geologic carbon incorporated in speloethems. In this photograph, she is measuring the soil pCO2
Melinda Nicewonger will be conducting fieldwork in the South Pole for three months beginning November 8, 2014. Melinda is part of the new NSF South Pole ice core team, known as SPice, which will be drilling a new ice core in Antarctica.
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