Sarah Falkowski did her Geosciences BSc studies at the University of Bremen, Germany, and her MSc studies at the universities of Bremen, Germany, and Waikato, New Zealand. Since her masters thesis, she focuses her research on the influences of tectonics and climate-driven surface processes on active orogens. She quantifies those processes through thermo- and geochronologic […]
Steve is a graduate student at Syracuse University focusing on low temperature thermochronology, structural geology and geomorphology working with Dr. Paul Fitzgerald. You can read more about his research here.
Exploring Mount Doonerak of the Brooks Range, Alaska
100 years ago, the largest volcanic eruption of the 20thcentury occurred on the Alaska Peninsula. On the 6th to 9th June of 1912, a new vent produced an explosive three day eruption that produced 13.5 cubic kilometers of material (over 3 times larger than the 4 cubic kilometers of the 1980 of Mount St Helens). Pyroclastic […]