Explore some of the ongoing and past research conducted by waterSHEDlab members
Postglacial sea levels, Pacific Northwest
Turbidity currents, Kluane Lake, Yukon
Supraglacial landslides, Alaska
Glacier reconstructions (paleoglaciology)
Tsunamigenic landslides, Alaska
waterSHEDlab is a new research and teaching lab at the University of Washington Tacoma focused on a better understanding of contemporary issues in geomorphology and Earth surface processes, including in fluvial, lacustrine, alpine, glacial and coastal environments. We use a combination of field methods, remote sensing and GIS, in our research efforts.
Dan H. Shugar, Ph.D.
News and updates
We have a new paper about the geomorphic and geologic controls of geohazards induced by Nepal’s 2015 Gorkha earthquake, published in Science. The article appeared online on Dec 16, to coincide with the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco, and will appear in print early in 2016.
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