The Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences in the College of Arts and Sciences presents the K.D. Nelson Lecture Series featuring speaker, Dr. Gregory D. Hoke His talk is titled: “Andean uplift, exhumation and erosion: past, present and future.”
Greg has something of an obsession with some of Earth’s most iconic mountain ranges. With his students, Dr. Hoke has scoured rivers, climbed mountains and descended into caves to help resolve the uplift and erosional histories of the Andes, Himalayas and elsewhere. He employs a raft of geologic and computational tools to help resolve the pace and timing of uplifts that have broad implications for Earth’s climate and water cycles.
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This event was published on September 1, 2021.
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