We use glacial and lacustrine records to study climate change in the Arctic. We
study ice sheet processes and the history of glaciation to understand
arctic climate change during the Pleistocene and the Holocene. We use cosmogenic
radionuclides to date glacial features and to understand basal ice sheet processes.
We employ standard paleolimnologic techniques on both organic and proglacial
sediments to understand paleoenvironmental change on many timescales (last
century, Holocene, late Pleistocene, earlier interglacials).

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Paleoclimate Lab folks, winter 2016

Paleoclimate Lab-organized 4th annual UB Geology Rock Trot 5k fun run, February 2016



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Paleoclimate Laboratory

University at Buffalo

126 Cooke Hall

Buffalo, NY 14260


Geology Department
Hochstetter Hall, rm 414


716.645.3999 (fax)
jbriner at buffalo.edu