University of Alaska Anchorage campus will be closed September 24, 2021 beginning at 6:40 AM, due to weather. Students and employees should check their email for more information. The university will remain closed for the weekend and reopen on Monday morning.
The Alaska Airlines Center will be open Saturday, September 25, for the home volleyball match that afternoon.
Kristine Crossen, Ph.D.Emerita Professor
Department of Geological Sciences
- Ph.D., Geological Sciences, University of Washington
- M.S., Quaternary Studies, University of Maine
- B.A., Geology and Anthropology, University of Southern Maine
Dr. Crossen conducts research in the field of glacial geology and geoarcheology. She has conducted research in the following areas:
- The Holocene history of the Bering Glacier-Alaska
- The Little Ice Age Chronology and Dynamics of Portage Glacier-Alaska
- Little Ice Age History of the Spencer-Blackstone
- Ice Complex Kenai Mountains-Alaska, the deposition of Pleistocene glaciomarined deltas in Southern Maine
- Neotectonics of uplifted glacial marine deltas in coastal Maine
In the field of geoarcheology, Dr. Crossen has studied the following: "Broken Mammoth Early Man Site" within Delta, Alaska Holocene Mammoths from Qagnax Cave of Pribilof Islands, Alaska.
Crossen, K.J., and Lowell, T.V., 2010, Holocene History Revealed by Post-surge Retreat: Bering Glacier Forelands, Alaska, in Shuchman, R.A., and Joshberger, E.G., eds., Bering Glacier: Interdisciplinary Studies of the Earth's Largest Temperate Surging Glacier: Geological Society of America Special Paper 462, p. 235-250, doi:10.1130/2010.2462(12).
Crossen, K.J., and Noyles, C., 2010, The Raw Beauty of Bering Glacier, in Shuchman, R.A., and Joshberger, E.G., eds., Bering Glacier: Interdisciplinary Studies of the Earth's Largest Temperate Surging Glacier: Geological Society of America Special Paper 462, p. 1-12, doi: 10.1130/2010.2462(01).