Graduate Student, Kimberly Roe, Participates in Antarctic Research Trip January 2010

Kim Roe

Graduate student, Kim Roe

Ph.D. graduate student, Kimberly Roe, embarked to Antarctica in January 2010 as part of a complex interdisciplinary Antarctic expedition, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). She travelled with over 30 scientists from eleven states and four countries.

The study was led by Hamilton College Geosciences Professor Eugene Domack. Kim is a 2008 graduate of Hamilton College and did prior undergraduate research with Domack in Antartica.

Kim's role during this trip includes sharing stories and pictures for the cruise's weekly blog, as well as collecting and analyzing particulate organic matter suspended in the water column in the Larsen system.

Her advisor at Tulane is Brad Rosenheim.

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