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Rick Forster is a professor of geography at the University of Utah. His research interests include glaciology, microwave remote sensing, radar interferometry and snow pack remote sensing. He holds a PhD. in geophysics from Cornell, and an M.S. in electrical engineering from University of Kansas.
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Quitting Time for Greenland Crew: 430 Miles and Four Cores Later

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Deep ice core recovered and buried water discovered

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Up and Running in Greenland: Two Cores in the Bag

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Greenland Ice Sheet traverse team pinned down due to severe weather

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So “Cool”! Track Students’ Greenland Progess in Real Time

Geography PhD student Clement Miege arrives on the Greenland Ice Sheet to start an NSF supported scientific expedition to measure snow accumulation rates.

Greenland Ice Sheet ‘Home’ for Two UofU Student Researchers

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