8th new world luminescence dating workshop
Turns out he really is an Oxford comma-loving nerd.We joked around about grammar and eventually he asked me out.He messaged me and said that he also had lived in Japan, and I remember thinking to myself, “Fine, I’ll entertain this person with the terrible profile because maybe we’ll have this Japan connection and can be friends.” We spent the next three days messaging, and then we met for coffee.We had actually gone to the same international school in Japan—just at different times—so we spent the whole time talking about living in Japan and the people we had in common.updated the work on minor moraines in the Gornergletscher, Switzerland, foreland originally presented by Lukas (2012) and created a global dataset of previously published studies on minor moraines (GLOMMAD16).If interested in observing this dataset, please email [email protected] access to the tabulated data and a Google Earth file.I researched exposures of MIS 3-2 glacial sediment in the South Fork Hoh River, Olympic Mountains, Washington & Lake Hawea, Southern Alps, New Zealand to reconstruct the style and timing of ice advance in both areas.
Professional Affiliations: My research interest is to study paleoclimate changes during the last deglaciation through examining loess-paleosol, dune-wetland, and lacustrine-marl successions in mainly Illinois, United State.
He had three or four stupid pictures (weird faces, sunglasses, groups of people) and hardly any text.
He’s lucky I put some effort into my profile because he found me by typing “Japan and biking” into the search box, and I mentioned in my profile that I had lived in Japan when I was younger and that I liked biking.
Additional data-sets incorporated into understanding the evolution of the forelands, where available, includes historical images, maps, artworks, and writings, ice front variation and mass balance measurements, temperature and precipitation climate data from nearby monitoring stations, and ground penetrating radar investigation.
Terrestrial laser scanning data have been collected for several areas of the Schwarzensteinkees foreland, but have not yet been processed and analyzed.