Russell Callahan

GRAD STUDENT

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Sierra
geomorphology, near-surface geophysics

PhD Student, University of Wyoming
University of Wyoming - University of Wyoming

BS, Environmental Science, Montana State University, 2015


I research geomorphology, weathering, and geophysics. I am specifically interested in using a combination of geophysics and regolith geochemistry to understand landsape evolution and regolith thickness. At the Southern Sierra Critical Zone, I am currently studying lithologic, topographic, and climactic drivers of regolith thickness in order to better understand how landscapes evolve over space and time. I'm joining the Southern Sierra CZO from Montana State University where I was an undergraduate researcher. I am currently a PhD student at University of Wyoming. My past education includes a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Science from Montana State University, 2015.


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