Cameron Kuhle Thesis Defense - MS Candidate in Applied Geological Sciences

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Title: Quantifying Peat Carbon Mass Using Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) and Probing in Peatlands of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.

Abstract: Peat carbon is known to be one of the largest pools of soil carbon globally and is sensitive to environmental and climatic changes. Peatlands in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge have been studied for their hydrology, vegetation composition and succession, peat accumulation, and similar characteristics, but the mass of stored carbon is yet unknown. This study uses ground-penetrating radar to generate basin volume and mass estimates in conjunction with peat core elemental analyses.

Event Details

Meeting ID: 849 6145 3091
Passcode: 721029
Event location - ADM 148 or Zoom
Event date - 04/12/2023
Event start time - 9 a.m.
Event end time - 11 a.m.

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