Mt. Rainier, WA
I graduated from Humboldt State University with my B.S. in Geology in 2014. While there, I completed a senior thesis looking into late Holocene climate change in the Trinity Alps of Northern California. Since then I have been at CNS woring on several projects relating to: glacial chronology of Lake Tahoe, dating/mapping of outwash terraces in the Reno basin, the paleoseismic history of the Himalayan Frontal Thrust in Nepal, detailed mapping of faults within the Walker Lane as part of a larger project looking into how shear strain is accomodated through this region. I am primarily interested in utilizing high resolution topographic analyses including lidar and sfm, cosmogenic dating, soils geomorphology, and trenching methods to study active faulting and geomorphology.
Office: LMR 373