Heather E. Rogers

Alumni/Former
GRAD STUDENT

Sierra
geomorphology, geochemistry, geologic hazards, erosion

PhD. Student, Univ. of Wyoming
University of Wyoming - University of Wyoming
Rogers's University of Wyoming page

M.S., University of Washington, 2009


As a geomorphologist, I am especially interested in the link between climate and landscape evolution. At the Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory, my current research is centered around the development and application of a new method to determine catchment-wide erosion rates using cosmogenic 10Be in magnetite. I plan to apply this method in other CZOs in order to develop an understanding of soil weathering across climate gradients. My other research interests include glacial geomorphology and geologic hazards


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