Understanding the eruptive history of Volcán Manantial Pelado, Chile with Heather Winslow

Heather Winslow completed her BA in environmental science at Willamette University followed by a year of post-baccalaureate work at Oregon State University. She’s in her first year of graduate school at the University of Nevada, Reno pursuing her MS in geology. Heather is interested in using geochemistry and igneous petrology to understand the internal plumbing […]

Braving the Drake Passage with Thomas Ronge

Dr. Thomas Ronge is a Marine Geologist currently working for the Alfred Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven, Germany. You can read more about his research here. The Drake Passage and the Antarctic Peninsula are key regions for our climate as well as for it’s past evolution. Propelled by strong, perpetual Southern Westerly Winds, the dominant force in the […]

Human drought in the Anthropocene with Anne Van Loon

Anne Van Loon is a Lecturer at the University of Birmingham. Her research is focused on catchment hydrology and hydrogeology. She studies the relationship between climate, landscape/geology, and hydrological extremes and its variation around the world. She is especially interested in the influence of storage in groundwater, human activities, and cold conditions (snow and glaciers) on the […]