Kerri Spuller graduated with her MS in Geosciences from Boise State University, with a focus in geomorphology and landscape change. For her research, she used geochronology and geochemistry to understand how drylands have been influenced by climate change over glacial-interglacial cycles. Currently, Kerri works as a geotechnical consultant in northern Nevada.
In this talk, she focuses on the multidisciplinary approach that many geomorphologists take when performing field research.
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