Session 1S

Earth's Climate - Past, Present, and Implications for Finding Life Elsewhere

1:15 PM to 2:45 PM | Moderated by Erika Harnett
Add to my favorites The Snowball Earth Hypothesis and Its Implications on the Habitable Zone
Presenter
  • David Yun, Junior, Mathematics, Astronomy, Physics: Comprehensive Physics
Mentor
  • Cecilia Bitz, Atmospheric Sciences

Add to my favorites Are Glacier Records a Good Climate Proxy?
Presenter
  • Joel Simon, Senior, Earth & Space Sciences (Physics)
Mentor
  • Gerard Roe, Earth & Space Sciences

Add to my favorites Petrology of the Basalt of Summit Creek: A [Slab] Window into Pacific Northwest Magmatism During the Eocene
Presenter
  • Lisa Kant, Senior, Geology, University of Puget Sound
Mentors
  • Jeffrey Tepper, Geological Sciences, University of Puget Sound
  • Bruce Nelson, Earth & Space Sciences

Add to my favorites Vegetation Reconstruction of the Middle Miocene in Southwest Montana using Phytolith and Stable Isotope Analyses
Presenter
  • Kimberly (Kim) Smith, Senior, Earth and Space Sciences: Geology Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Caroline Stromberg, Biology, Earth & Space Sciences

Add to my favorites Linking People, Highlands, and Climate: Climate Change on High-Elevation Socio-Ecological Systems in the Tropical Andes
Presenter
  • Paulette Costanza, Senior, Environmental Studies (Bothell) Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Santiago Lopez, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Bothell Campus)