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Posts Tagged ‘permafrost’

People of IARC: Go Iwahana

As a geocryologist, Research Assistant Professor Go Iwahana studies the dynamics and makeup of frozen rock, soil, and ground. By focusing on permafrost, Iwahana addresses a prominent geological feature long understudied and with potentially vast implications.

People of IARC: Jessica Cherry

Since 2006, Associate Research Professor Jessica Cherry has conducted research at IARC relating to Arctic hydrology, climate, snow physics, permafrost, and the socio-economic impact of environmental change. In the past ten years, Cherry has received awards and support for her research from NASA, NSF, DOE, NOAA, BLM, USFWS, and private foundations.

People of IARC: Bob Bolton

After formative time in Fairbanks and years of education in California, Bob Bolton has spent the last decade studying Arctic hydrology at IARC. During this time, Bolton has designed multiple research projects, leading to important insights and contributions to boreal forest hydrology.