Climate Project Grants Project Title University
Ken Adams Rapid Climate Change at the End of the Pleistocene: Documenting the Timing of Pluvial Lake Highstands in the Great Basin; Cari-Laufquen Study Desert Research Institute
Jess Adkins Pore Water Reanalysis California Institute of Technology
Robert Anderson Wind-driven Upwelling in the Southern Ocean Across Terminations II and III Columbia University
Sean Birkel Glacier-Climate Reconstruction of the LGM and Termination in the Southern Alps, Patagonia, central Asia, and western U.S. Constrained by Geormorphic Maps and 10Be Moraine Chronologies University of Maine
Enrico Bonatti A 175 M Long Sediment Core from Lake Trasimeno (central Italy): A Palaeoenvironmental and Paleoclimatic Study Columbia University
Bill Boos Analysis of hydrological cycle changes in simulations of mid-Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum climates Yale University
Wally Broecker Holocene History of the Northern Treeline: Mini-conference; Second Front to Gain Information from the Paleorecord to Assess Kind of Changes Global Warming Will Bring; Cari-Laufquen Study; Rock Varnish Record of Millenial-Scale Wet Events During the Last Glaciation in Western United States; Global Paleohydrology Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Wally Broecker & Kevin Griffin Atmospheric CO2 and the Growth of Trees in New York City as determined from 14C in Leaves and Tree Rings Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Wally Broecker & Joerg Schaefer Abrupt Climate Changes Recorded in Southern Hemisphere Moraines Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Gordon Bromley & Brenda Hall A Late Pleistocene Chronology of Glacier Fluctuation in the Tropical Andes University of Maine
Ed Brook Toward a Glacial-Interglacial Record of _13C of Atmospheric CO2 from the WAIS Divide Ice Core Oregon State University
George Denton The Late Glacial and Holocene Moraine Chronology of the Lago Argentino Basin, Southern Patagonian Icefield; Glacier Fluctuations in the Western U.S. During the Last Glacial Maximum and the Mystery Interval; The Last Glacial Termination in the Southern Alps of New Zealand University of Maine
Larry Edwards Improving the Hulu Cave Timescale, a Look into the Termination II “Mystery Interval” in North America, and Reconnaissance Work for New Cave Sequences; Mid-latitude Precipitation and ACC in Western N.A. and East Asia; Turkish Cave Records University of Minnesota
Mark Fahnestock A System for Detection and Characterization of Water Outburst Events in the Ice-choked Jakobshavns Isbrae Ice Fiord, Greenland University of New Hampshire
Timothy Fisher Thunder Bay Boulder Sampling Expedition
Benjamin Flower Laurentide Meltwater Input to the Gulf of Mexico During the Last Deglaciation; Solar Forcing of Ice-rafting in the North Atlantic University of South Florida
Aslaug Geirsdottir Midge-inferred Temperatures from Iceland Lakes University of Iceland
Brenda Hall Chronology of Late Holocene Moraines, Cordillera Darwin: Implications for the Global Extent and Character of the Little Ice Age; Dating Late-Glacial Moraines Using Relative Sea-Level Data, Scoresby Sund, Greenland; Ages of Wood Emerging from Retreating Glaciers; Relative Sea-level Change and Glacial History, Scoresby Sund, East Greenland; Holocene and Late-Glacial Ice Extent in the Cordillera Darwin University of Maine
Brenda Hall & Charlie Porter Holocene and Late-Glacial Ice Extent in the Cordillera Darwin University of Maine
Sidney Hemming Field and Geochronology Investigation of Mono Basin Lake Sediments and Eastern Sierra Peat Deposits; Deglacial Lake-level History of the Mono Basin, CA Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
David Hollander Holocene Ice-rafting Variability in the North Atlantic University of South Florida
Adam M. Hudson & Jay Quade Investigating Regional Pluvial Climate of the Great Basin Using Geochronology, GIS Analysis, and Hydrologic Modeling of Pluvial Lakes University of Arizona Geosciences
Anitra Ingalls Constraining the Age of Southern Ocean Sediments Using Compound-specific Radiocarbon Analysis of Biomarkers Within Diatom Frustules; Constraining the Timing of the Onset of Deglacial Upwelling in the Southern Ocean using Radiocarbon Dating Frustule-bound Organic Compounds University of Washington
William Jenkins Supplement to CP2-NOSAMS Lab for the 14C Analysis of 29 Samples; Supplement to CP2 and CP2(d) and CP2(d1) Radio Carbon Dating Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Ian Joughin Satellite-based Reconstructions of Movement of Greenland’s Outlet Glaciers University of Washington
Mike Kaplan Abrupt Climate Changes Recorded in Southern Hemisphere Moraines Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Lloyd Keigwin AMS Dates on Late Holocene Sediments in the Western North Atlantic Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Meredith Kelly Greenland Younger Dryas Project; Peruvian Andes Fieldtrip; Dating Late-Glacial Moraines Using Relative Sea-Level Data, Scoresby Sund, Greenland; Timing and Pattern of Deglaciation of the Southeastern Margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Meredith Kelly & Thomas Lowell Laurentide Ice Sheet (Western Sector) Activity During the Mystery Interval; Laurentide Ice Sheet Deglaciation and Meltwater Routing Based on 10Be Dating Dartmouth College & University of Cincinnatti
Bernd Kromer Tree-Ring-Based High Precision 14C Series in the Age Interval 15 to 14 k 14C BP Heidelberg Academy of Sciences
Daniel E. Lawson Radiocarbon Dating Support of Glacier-Climate Research, Glacier Bay, Southeast Alaska Dartmouth College & U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)
Ken Lepper Developing a direct depositional chronology for the shores of glacial Lake Agassiz using optically simulated luminescent dating North Dakota State University
Thomas Lowell Timing of the First Meltwater Drainage Eastward Into the Lake Superior Basin University of Cincinnati
Boaz Luz Oxygen 17 Excess in Hydrology and DIC in the Ocean; Innovative System for Accurate Measurements of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon Hebrew University | Columbia University
Andrew MacKintosh Modeling Glacier Fluctuations and Past Climate in New Zealand Victoria University of Wellington
Julieta Massaferro Interpreting Patterns of Abrupt Climate Change During the Late Glacial In South America Universidad del Comahue, Bariloche RN, Argentina
Juerg Matter First Phase Evaluation of Basaltic Rock as a Storehouse for Fossil Fuel CO2 Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Meredith Nettles & Goran Ekstrom Field Observations of Glacial Earthquakes Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Meredith Nettles Seismological and Geodetic Observations of Glacial Earthquakes and Glacier Dynamics; Near-field Observations of Glaciogenic Seismicity Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Charles (Jack) Oviatt Climate Change During the Overflowing Phase of Lake Bonneville Kansas State University
Dorothy Peteet Timing and Pattern of Deglaciation of the Southeastern Margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Ray Pierrehumbert New Zealand Glacier Project University of Chicago
David Putnam, Chunzeng Wang & Aaron Putnam Radiocarbon Dates from Wood and Shell Samples, Taklamakan Desert and Lop Nor, Xinjiang, China University of Maine
Aaron Putnam The role of Ice Sheet Feedbacks in Northern Hemisphere Ice Ages Columbia University
Aaron Putnam & Joerg Schaefer Investigating the Role of Radiative Forcing in Northern Hemisphere Glacial Cycles on the Basis of Mountain Glacier Fluctuations in the Mongolian Altai During and Since the Last Glacial Maximum Columbia University
Jay Quade Cari-Laufquen Study; Pluvial Lake Studies in the Americas; Comer Global Lake Studies University of Arizona
Joerg Schaefer & Meredith Kelly Reconstructing Ice Ages in New Zealand, North America, and Greenland Using Cosmogenic Be-10 Dating Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Joerg Schaefer Testing Milanckovitch – Glacier Fluctuations During the LGM and the Mystery Interval in the Western U.S.; Re-evaluation of the Late Glacial and the Little Ice Age Problem in the Alps by High-precision Surface Exposure Dating; Quantifying Greenland Ice Sheet Dimensions During Past Warm Periods: A Novel Approach Using Cosmogenic Isotopes; 10Be Measurement Program; Late Glacial and Holocene Moraine Chronology of the Lago Argentino Basin, Southern Patagonian Icefield Columbia University
Jeff Severinghaus Creation of a High-resolution Air D 18 O Record from Greenland 25 Ka-present for Improving Ice Core Chronologies during Termination I and Mystery Interval I
William M. Smethie, Jr. Efficient Measurements of the 17 O-Excess of Dissolved O2 in the High Seas Columbia University
John Southon A new speleothem-based ∆14C calibration for the Mystery Interval, 14.5-19 kyr BP University of California Irvine
Jorge Strelin The Late Glacial and Holocene Moraine Chronology of the Lago Argentino Basin, Southern Patagonian Icefield Universidad Nacional de Cordoba
Taro Takahashi Underway Measurements of PC02 Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Adi Torfstein Towards an Improved Resolution of Lake Records: Protactinium-231 Dating of the Lisan Formation, the Dead Sea Basin Columbia University
John Valley Sub-annual Isotope Record of the Last Glacial Termination University of Wisconsin Madison
Marcus Vandergoes PAST CLIMATES GNS Science, New Zealand
Xianfeng Wang Lake Level Changes in the Mono Basin During the Last Deglacial Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Gisela Winckler Extraterrestrial Helium-3 as a Proxy for Freshwater Volume Released During Heinrich Events – A Proof of Concept Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
Geosciences Department University of Arizona
The Last Termination in the Mackenzie Valley, Southern Alps, New Zealand; Southern Hemisphere Mid-latitude History of the Last Glacial Maximum and the Holocene University of Maine
Reconstructing Holocene Hydroclimate in Central Asia: 14C-dating and dendrochronology of ancient trees and pluvial lake shorelines in Tarim Basin, Xinjinang, China; Paleoclimate and Hydrology Change in Central China; Testing the potential for U-Th Dating of Clean Calcite tufa from the Last High-stands of Owens Lake (Searles and other downstream basins), Lake Lahontan and Lake Chewauca Columbia University

Please note: this program does not accept unsolicited proposals.