SESE grad student receives J. Hoover Mackin Research Award

SESE grad student receives J. Hoover Mackin Research Award

SESE graduate student Marina Foster is the recipient of the J. Hoover Mackin Research Award. This is a Geological Society of America student award affiliated with the Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Division, established in 1974.

Foster received this very prestigious award for her proposal Role of climate and tectonic in colluvial soil production: Testing the soil production paradigm using observations in uplifted landscapes of California and southeastern Arizona. Her advisor is Professor Kelin Whipple.

Recipients will be recognized at the awards ceremony in Baltimore with a plaque.

Release Date: 
10/26/2015
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