Kristine CrossenKristine Crossen
Assistant Professor Geology

Ph D, University of Washington; MS, University of Maine; BA, University of Southern Maine

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Kristine Crossen grew up in Wisconsin surrounded by lakes, rivers, and valleys. Her love of the outdoors inspired her to study geology in college. When she moved to Alaska in 1969, Dr Crossen became curious about the glaciers in her new environment and began researching modern glaciers and their recent history. She has specialized in glacial marine sedimentation of the Ice Age, glacial and Pleistocene geology, geomorphology, the geology of Alaska, and Alaskan glaciers.

 

 

 Prehistoric AlaskaPrehistoric Alaska

Alaska Geographic is published quarterly by The Alaska Geographic Society. This non-profit organization is dedicated to improving geographic understanding of Alaska and the North, putting geography back in the classroom and exploring new methods of teaching and learning. University of Alaska Anchorage anthropologists contributed articles on prehistoric people: Dr Kristine J Crossen, Dr Bill Workman, Dr Douglas Veltre, and Dr David Yesner.