Follow link to read Robin Welling's interview with the Montana Water Center (MWC)
Tim Willey is a recent graduate of the International Field Geosciences program. As part of his studies he worked with researchers at the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam. His work as an intern has been credited in a Geology article published late last year.
Professor Joel Harper and students Rosie Leone, Aidan Stansberry and Ian MacDowell were joined by a reporter from PRI on a recent trip to the Greenland ice sheet. Their experience is documented in the linked article and podcast.
Our mission is to develop new knowledge of Earth’s history as a planet, its environment, and resources; engage our students in the process; and share that knowledge broadly.
We use scientific methods to study the physical processes that shape our planet. We have two areas of special focus: water and earth. In both areas, we analyze how earth materials such as water, minerals, sediments and rocks, and energy move and change. These are the dynamic processes that distribute critical resources and form landscapes.
In the area of water science, we focus on the water cycle. We study glaciers and ice sheets and how they move and flow and impact climate, groundwater systems and interactions with surface water, and rivers and their relationship to the landscape. For more details, please see the water research pages.
In the area of solid earth science, we focus on the outermost rocky layer of the planet, the lithosphere. We study its rocks and minerals, how it has moved and rearranged itself through time, the record of erosion and deposition, the evolution of life, and present-day hazards such as earthquakes and volcanoes. For more details, please see the solid earth research pages.
Monday, February 11th at 12-1pm
CLAPP Building Room 304