People

Graduate students

Kai Hu, PhD student

B.S., Lanzhou University, Physical Geography
M.S., Chinese Academy of Sciences, Physical Geography

Climatic and tectonic controls on chemical and physical erosion

Ian Peters, MS student

B.S., Carleton College, Geology

Climatic controls on soil weathering and transport

Amelia Winner, PhD student, University of Oregon (co-advised with Joe Dufek)

B.S., Penn State, Physics

Physics of rapid granular flows

Postdoctoral researchers

Greg Ruetenik

PhD, Syracuse University, Department of Earth Sciences
B.S., Michigan State University

Topographic and sea-level responses to climate and tectonics

Former group members

Qi Li, postdoctoral fellow, 2016-2018

PhD, Tulane University, Geology
B.S., China University of Wuhan, Geochemistry

Sea-level responses to sediment redistribution

Nicole West, postdoctoral fellow, 2015-16

PhD, Penn State, Geosciences
M.S., Virginia Tech

Chemical erosion responses to tectonic forcing

Riannon Colton, undergraduate researcher, 2015-16

Georgia Tech EAS major

Tectonic influences on chemical erosion rates

Johnna Floyd, undergraduate researcher, 2016

Georgia Tech EAS major, fifth year

Tectonic influences on chemical erosion rates

Josh Garrett, undergraduate researcher, 2016

Georgia Tech EAS major

Tectonic influences on chemical erosion rates

Camilla Liu, undergraduate researcher, 2017

Georgia Tech EAS major

Tectonic influences on chemical erosion rates

Lily Rainwater, REU undergraduate researcher, 2017

University of North Georgia Chemistry major

Climatic influences on chemical erosion rates

Tyler Ryther, REU 3M undergraduate researcher, 2016

South Dakota School of Mines Chemistry major

Climatic influences on chemical erosion rates

Hannah Verboncoeur, REU undergraduate researcher, 2018

Georgia Tech EAS major

Sensitivity of bedrock fracturing to snow cover