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Yucatan Field Course

Published: Jul 13th, 2017

It was a busy first week for students attending the UF in Merida (Yucatan, Mexico) Program.  After arriving in Merida on the evening of June 17, students met on Monday… Learn More

Using Noise to Monitor Permafrost

Using Noise to Monitor Permafrost

Published: Jul 13th, 2017

UF Geological Sciences PhD student Stephanie James has been advancing new methods to use seismic noise to monitor seasonal changes in depth to ice in Alaskan sediments. With co-authors from… Read More

GrAINFluxes – Greenland Atmospheric Isotopic and Nutrient Fluxes

GrAINFluxes – Greenland Atmospheric Isotopic and Nutrient Fluxes

Published: May 30th, 2017

A study aimed at developing a holistic understanding of weathering across forelands of retreating ice sheets.   Following the last glacial maximum about 20,000 yrs ago, ice sheets retreated from… Learn More

Deltas and Humans: A Long Relationship

Published: Oct 24th, 2016

“Deltas and Humans: A Long Relationship now Threatened by Global Change” by Professor Thomas S. Bianchi, holder of the Jon and Beverly Thompson Endowed Chair of Geological Sciences at the… Read More

Sea-level Rise: Reality Strikes in East Coast Communities

Published: Sep 13th, 2016

Recent research at the Lignumvitae Key in South Florida conducted by the Department of Geological Sciences’ Paleoclimate research group was featured in a New York Times article entitled, “Flooding of the… Read More