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New NSF project awarded to the School of Geosciences

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A new NSF grant lands at the School of Geosciences

Associate Professor Raphaël Gottardi is the PI of a new grant jointly funded by the Tectonics program in the Divisio

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The EVOLVE team scores multiple awards

Our EVOLVE team, The Ragin-Razorbacks, consisting of three students from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (M

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Assistant Professor Aubrey Hillman is the PI of a new NSF-funded project that will investigate whether climate variability over the last 4000 years (specifically El Nino events) played a role in social reorganization by reconstructing climate in a remote Peruvian lake that is situated up-valley of archaeological sites dating to 1000-1400 AD.

Project Title: Coupling and Cohesion as Factors Affecting Vulnerability to Abrupt Climate Change
co-PIs: Dr. Benjamin Vining at the University of Arkansas and Dr. Daniel Contreras at the University of Maryland