The R. S. Tarr Student Poster (Illustrated Paper) Competition is held annually for students of all academic levels (undergraduate, Master's, and Ph.D.) who conduct research on topics within the cryosphere. This competition is in honor of Ralph Stockman Tarr, an American glaciologist and past president of the AAG, whose research was focused on Alaskan glaciers. Students are encouraged to submit a poster based on a portion of their research, and provide a brief presentation of their poster at the competition. The research must be primarily conducted by the student, however the students academic advisor(s) may be secondary authors. Multiple monetary awards will be presented for the best poster / research / presentation for the various academic levels. For questions regarding the R. S. Tarr competition, please contact Dr. Jeff VanLooy (email@example.com).
|Presenter||Lance DiAngelis*, University of North Dakota, Jeffrey VanLooy, University of North Dakota, Gregory Vandeberg, University of North Dakota, Xiaodong Zhang, University of North Dakota, Remote Sensing Analysis for Comparison of Changes in AAR and Glacier Lake Reflectance in the Wind River Range, Wyoming||10||10:00 AM|
|Presenter||Iroshi Seneviratna*, Texas A&M University, Andrew George Klein, Texas A&M University, Detecting Trampling in Digital Globe images on the Ross Island Trail System, Antarctica||10||10:10 AM|
|Presenter||Clayton Queen*, Michigan State University Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences, Kelsey Nyland, Michigan State University Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences, Frederick Nelson, Michigan State University Department of Geography, Environment, and Spatial Sciences; Northern Michigan University Earth, Environment, and Geographical Sciences, Large-scale geomorphological mapping of cryoplanation terraces in Alaska and British Columbia||10||10:20 AM|
|Presenter||Jason Ward*, UCLA Geography, Antarctic Coastal Polynyas: Inter-system connections||10||10:30 AM|
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