Poster Hall 8: Ocean & Earth Sciences

Rapid Assembly of the 25.4 ka Oruanui magma body, Taupo Volcanic Center, NZ by Tyler David Schlieder

Rapid Assembly of the 25.4 ka Oruanui magma body, Taupo Volcanic Center, NZ by Tyler David Schlieder

I am working to better constrain the pre-eruptive thermal and physical state of silicic magmatic systems of different size and eruption style/magnitude.
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From Science to Storytelling: One Immunologist’s Journey into the World of SciComm by Stephanie Melchor

From Science to Storytelling: One Immunologist’s Journey into the World of SciComm by Stephanie Melchor

The ARCS scholarship has funded me as I’ve traded in the pipette for the pen, leaving the world of academic research for science journalism.
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Whales in a highly urbanized estuary: evaluating risk of ship strike to humpback whales in San Francisco Bay by Rebekah Lane

Whales in a highly urbanized estuary: evaluating risk of ship strike to humpback whales in San Francisco Bay by Rebekah Lane

Rebekah Lane studies the risk of ship strike to humpback whales in San Francisco Bay. Since 2016, humpbacks have been observed more frequently east of Point Bonita and even east of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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Characterizing the subglacial environment with stochastic methods by Mickey MacKie

Characterizing the subglacial environment with stochastic methods by Mickey MacKie

My research includes developing advanced geostatistical simulation methods and integrating geostatistics and other machine learning techniques with geophysical knowledge to characterize subglacial conditions.
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Noble gas variation along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (24-30°N): A unique window into volatile cycling and a heterogeneous mantle by Michael Huh

Noble gas variation along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (24-30°N): A unique window into volatile cycling and a heterogeneous mantle by Michael Huh

The history of the Earth is recorded in the mantle. To read this history, I measure the noble gases trapped in mid ocean ridge basalts which provides a window into the deep Earth.
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Reconstructing the formation of planetesimals in the early solar system by Graham Edwards

Reconstructing the formation of planetesimals in the early solar system by Graham Edwards

Chondrite meteorites are samples of some of the first planetary bodies to form at the dawn of our solar system.
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Carbon Storage in the Deep Sea by Hope Ianiri

Carbon Storage in the Deep Sea by Hope Ianiri

Organic carbon accumulates in the ocean and persists for thousands of years, but scientists have an extremely limited understanding of the mechanisms which control this process and how it will respond to the changing climate.
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Scholars from this hall are presenting their work in the OCEAN & EARTH SCIENCES
roundtable discussion.