Undergraduate Projects

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Amazing view from the river while collecting soil samples with Dr. Sutfin for his dissertation research and my independent study in Rocky Mountain National Park. We collected floodplain soils for grain size analysis and determination of organic carbon content.
My first day as an Introductory Geology lab instructor. I felt honored being given such a responsibility as an undergraduate student, and had a great time sharing the wonders of geology with my class. I even managed to get a few to change their major!
Active point bar in the Cache La Poudre River of Northern Colorado, 1.7 meter-tall field partner for scale!
Stratigraphic columns of limestone outcrops in Molas Pass, Colorado.
Soil survey map in Niagara County, New York I created in ArcGIS for a project on the Love Canal environmental incident.