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About Brenda Hall

My primary research interests are in understanding the causes of ice ages and of rapid, millennial-scale climate changes. I also work on the stability of ice sheets. My areas of expertise include glacial geology, geomorphology, geochronology (particularly radiocarbon and uranium-thorium dating), and paleo-lake reconstruction/geochemistry. I also am involved in a project to reconstruct past marine mammal distributions in Antarctica. At present, I have research projects in the Antarctic, South America, and Greenland.

Positions

Present Professor of Earth Sciences, University of Maine School of Earth and Climate Sciences
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Contact Information

Phone: 207-581-2191
Fax: 207-581-1203
Address:
Department of Earth Sciences
5790 Bryand Global Sciences Center
Room 311
University of Maine
Orono, Maine 04469-5790


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