Thesis Proposal Presentation by Paula Crock on August 6th
Space Studies master’s student, Paula Crock, will give her thesis proposal presentation as follows. All Space Studies students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.
When: Thursday, August 6th at 10 a.m.
Where: Clifford Hall, Room 521 (note location change)
Title: Determining Glacier Drift Ages Using Multispectral and Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Data
About the presenter: Since graduating with a BS in Physics in 1998, Paula has been a research and development scientist working in satellite sensor calibration and data analysis. Additionally, in February through October of 2007 she was a Research Associate at McMurdo Station, Antarctica launching a series of ozonesondes to collect data on the ozone hole as it forms throughout the winter. While there she was deeply impressed by the raw beauty of the cryosphere. Her experience in Antarctica inspired a return to school culminating in a graduate thesis project using remote sensing imagery data to study the cryosphere.
This presentation will not be available as a webcast.