We not only have graduate students doing research at UTIG, we also have undergraduates and a high school student during Spring, 2003. These students will present a talk describing their research. Each talk will be followed by questions and discussion from both staff and students.
All are welcome to attend including interested students and staff and oil industry representatives.
|Student||Title of Talk||Advisor|
|Bisola Falola||Analysis of internal layers from airborne radar sounding over East Antarctica||Blankenship|
|Laura Lindzey||Sub-ice ditch, swamp or lake? A question of radar, ice loss and scattering at the South Pole||Blankenship|
|Suzanne Oliason||Radar Studies of Accreting Ice from Subglacial Lake Vostok in East Antarctica||Blankenship|
|Lisa Watson||GIS compilation Caribbean active faults and GIS study of tectonic geomorphology of the Papuan Peninsula, Papua New Guinea||Mann, Taylor|
|Ben Williams||Anomalous Radar Reflectors and Topographic Interference below South Pole subglacial lake||Blankenship|