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Appendix C: Committee and Staff Biographies
Pages 113-118

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... is distinguished professor of earth His research focuses on glacial-interglacial climate and planetary sciences at the University of California, change and the global carbon cycle. This involves meaSanta Cruz, where he was founding director of the suring gas properties in ice cores to date critical climate Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics and changes of the ice ages.
From page 114...
... Dr. Larson's research ages between rising sea level and climate fluctuations has also emphasized engineering development by pushwith the changing faunal populations documented ing the temporal sampling of GPS to subdaily intervals in the river sediments.
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... His research focuses on fluvial and hillslope He received the Macelwane Medal from the Ameri- processes in mountain drainage basins, the evolution can Geophysical Union in 2002, the Donath Medal of mountain ranges (Cascades, Andes, and Himalaya) , from the Geological Society of America in 2003, and analysis of digital topography, interpretation of martian a MacArthur Fellowship in 2005.
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... Dr. Olson combines theory, numerical focuses on the stochastic uncertainty quantification for models, and laboratory fluid dynamics models to inter- hydrology and petroleum reservoir simulations, multipret global geophysical data pertaining to Earth's deep scale modeling and simulation of flow in porous media, interior in order to better understand how the mantle and geological sequestration of carbon dioxide.
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... Gibbs is a program associate with the in 2004 and an M.A. in international affairs from Board on Earth Sciences and Resources.

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