Davidson’s Alaska research supported by Keck Geology Consortium
Cameron Davidson, Professor of Geology and Director of Carleton's Interdisciplinary Science and Math Initiative, has secured additional support from the Keck Geology Consortium for his project, “South-Central Alaska - Tectonic evolution of the Chugach-Prince William terrane, south central Alaska.” The subaward, co-funded by the Consortium and the National Science Foundation, supports travel expenses for 2014 summer field research in Alaska and fellowships for six student researchers. The award is the latest in a series of grants from the Keck consortium and directly from the NSF to support Davidson's project, in which he is collaborating closely with a colleague at Union College (Schenectady, NY).
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