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Eleanor Bash

  • Doctoral Student
  • Sessional Instructor

Brief Biography

My research is focused on modelling and remote sensing of glacier surface change. Specifically, I am interested in the applications of unmanned aerial vehicle data in glaciology. In the past I have investigated glacial melt runoff in the headwaters of the Bow River and constraining climate during the last glacial maximum in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Geology from Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota and a Masters of Science from the University of Calgary. I also have extensive experience as a Park Ranger, hiking guide and outdoor educator in the Rocky Mountains.

Current Studies

  • Doctoral Student
    Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
    Supervisor: Brian Moorman
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