We may think of the Pacific Northwest as rain-drenched, but new research led by scientists at the University of Pittsburgh shows that the region could be in for longer dry seasons, and is unlikely to see a period as wet as the 20th century any time soon.
|Name||Title||Fields of interest|
|Maxwell Cunningham||Graduate Student||Geomorphology, Glacial Geology, Hydrology|
|Sebnem Arslan||Adjunct Associate Research Scientist|
|Gordon Bromley||Postdoctoral Research Fellow||Glacial geomorphology, palaeoclimate of the tropics and Antarctica, tropical glaciers and hydrology|
|Dorothy M. Peteet||Adjunct Senior Research Scientist||Paleoclimate, paleoecology, climate modeling, wetland carbon storage, palynology.|
|Geoffrey A. Abers||Lamont Research Professor||Earthquake seismology, imaging and tectonics of active plate boundaries|
|Michael Kaplan||Lamont Associate Research Professor||Glacial geology, paleoclimatology, glacier and ice sheet dynamics, geomorphology, geochronology, limnogeology, cosmogenic surface exposure dating|