SEOS undergraduate honours students presented their research to the department last week.
The Interplanetary Magnetic Field in the Inner Heliosphere: Dependence on Heliospheric Distance
Supervisor: Colin Goldblatt
Developing a Rb/Sr technique to date celadonites,
with applications to the oceanic potassium cycle
Supervisor: Laurence Coogan
Methods for Testing the Conductivity and Chargeability of Rocks
Supervisors: Randy Enkin, Stan Dosso
Bending the Olympic Orocline: a model for crustal fault
activity in the Cascadia forearc
Supervisors: Kristin Morell, Lucinda Leonard
Harnessing the Heat of the Earth:
Reclaiming an Old Mine for New Energy
Supervisors: Lucinda Leonard, Trevor Lewis
Periodic variability in land and sea breezes,
as well as in atmospheric tides.
Supervisor: Adam Monahan
Members of the Faculty present a best undergrad Honours Thesis Presentation Award. This year it went to Theron Finley.