USF College of Marine Science Geologists Join International Antarctic Expedition

USF College of Marine Science Geologists Join International Antarctic Expedition

USF College of Marine Science Geologists Join International Antarctic Expedition

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – USF College of Marine Science Associate Professor Amelia Shevenell and doctoral student Imogen Browne are departing on an international expedition to the Ross Sea, to investigate 23 million years of past climate change and West Antarctic Ice Sheet response in a region that is sensitive to changes in ocean and atmospheric warming and contributes to global sea level change.

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