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Academic Report on 18, Nov., 2013
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Title:Combining Detrital Thermochronology and Cosmogenic Nuclide Dating to Understand the Erosional History of Active Mountain Belts 

Reporter: Dr. Nathan Niemi   Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan 

Site:Meeting room 207 

Time:9:30 am, Nov 18, 2013

    Nathan Niemi's research interests are in continental deformation, with an emphasis on actively deforming tectonic systems. Detailed field mapping, thermochronology, neotectonic studies, and GPS geodesy are some of the methods he applies to compare how crustal deformation is accommodated during orogenesis over a wide range of timescales, from decades to tens of millions of years. 



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