Oberaargletscher "Upper Aare-Glacier" and reserve lake Oberaarsee with snow, in the Bernese Alps, Berne, Switzerland

Student Grant Recipients for 2013

Congratulations to the following 2013 Evolving Earth Student Grant recipients:


Bales, Ashley

New York University

“The phylogenetic position of Proconsul and ancestral morphotypes within Anthropoidea”


Barr, Mary

University of California, Davis

“Determining a Holocene slip history for the Mojave section of the San Andreas Fault system: Quantifying slip over time by dating faulted landforms”


Costello, Bethany

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology

“Close-range photogrammetic analysis of an active paleontological excavation”


Edwards, Cole

The Ohio State University

“δ32S isotope geochemistry of the Early-Middle Ordovician Pogonip Group, Great Basin, USA: implications of oxygenation during the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event (GOBE)”


Harris, Elisha

University of Washington

“Paleoecological implications of the Mid-Miocene Climatic Optimum in the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA”


Landman, Rachel

University of Colorado-Boulder

“Constraining thermal histories in conodonts and marine shales: the conodont AHe thermochronometer”


Sas, May

Western Washington University

“High-Mg lavas from the northern Cascade Arc: Using mineral chemistry to distinguish between hypotheses for their origin”


Serratos, Danielle

University of Alaska Fairbanks

“Osteology and phylogeny of an elasmosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Bearpaw Shale, Montana”


Singer, Amy

The University of Montana

“The invertebrate paleoecology of the Mississippian Bear Gulch Limestone”


Tarhan, Lidya

University of California, Riverside

“Tracking the pace of seafloor colonization at the beginning of the Age of Animals: A case study from the Cambrian of the Death Valley Region, western USA”