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Caroline Nazworth

M.S. Student
Primary office:
Lindley Hall 321
University of Kansas


Summary

Advisor: 

Dr. Mike Blum

Educational Background:

B.S. The University of Texas at Austin, 2017

MS Research Topic:

Evaluating models for Cretaceous paleodrainage and sediment routing using detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology and provenance in the Colorado Front Range.

Honors and Awards:

First Place for Best Student Paper/Oral Presentation at AAPG ACE​, 2019

Haworth Award, 2019

Chevron Fellowship, 2018

Michael S. Johnson Scholarship, Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, 2018

Colorado Scientific Society Grant, 2018

Geological Society of America Grant, 2018

Roscoe G. Jackson III Fellowship, 2017

 

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