Alaska Quaternary Center

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900 Yukon Dr.
PO Box 75-5940
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks, AK 99775-5940

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Date Award GrantedWinnerPurposeTitle of presentation, poster, or project
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May, 2015Caitlin HollowaySociety for Amarican Archaeology Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida, April 2016

An Archaeobotanical Analysis of the Upward Sun River Site, Central Alaska

Louise FarquharsonAmerican Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December, 2015 in San Francisco, CATiming of high sea level stands in Arctic Alaska during Marine Isotope Stage 5
and inferences about coastal processes
Bemjamin GagliotiXIXth INQUA Conference, July, 2015 in Nagoya, JapanUsing varved lake sediments to detect human impacts on boreal wildfire in Interior, Alaska
July, 2013Louise FarquharsonAttending Utah State University Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dating Short Course, May 2014 
November, 2010Louise FarquharsonXVIIIth INQUA Conference; July 2011 in Bern, SwitzerlandHolocene thermokarst lake formation within yedoma sediments of the northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska and the Kolyma River Lowlands, North East Siberia
October, 2009
Samuel CoffmanSociety of American Archaeology Annual Meeting; April 14-18, 2010 in St. Louis, MOEarly Holocene Archaeology at Teklanika West, central Alaska
Phoebe Gilbert

Alaska Anthropological Assoc. Annual Meeting; March 24-27, 2010 in Anchorage, AK

Occupation and Climate change at the Mead Site: A Geoarchaeological Approach
October, 2008

Jason Addison

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December, 2008. San Francisco, CA

High-Resolution Records of Mid-Holocene Paleoceanographic Change From the Subarctic Northeast Pacific Ocean
October, 2007

Sarah Meitl

Alaska Anthropological Assoc. Annual Meeting. February, 2008. Anchorage, AK

Denbigh Flint Complex at Onion Portage: What can stone tools tell us?

Eva Stephani

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December, 2007. San Francisco, CA

Studies of contemporary glacier basal ice cryostructures to identify buried basal ice in the permafrost: an example from the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska.

Yiming Wang

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December, 2007. San Francisco, CA

Late Quaternary Environmental Changes Inferred from the Stable Oxygen Isotope Composition of Aquatic Insects (Chironomidae: Diptera) and Stable Hydrogen Isotope Composition of bulk sediments from Idavain Lake, Southwest Alaska
October, 2006

Jason Addison

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December, 2006. San Francisco, CA

Biogeochemical and Isotopic Records of Holocene Climate Change in the Gulf of Alaska, Northeast Pacific Ocean

Hayley Lanier

Study faunal collections at the Smithsonian MuseumPhylogeography, morphology, and evolutionary history of the collared pika (Ochotona collaris)
November, 2005

Tammy Greene

American Society of Physical Anthropologists Annual Meeting. March, 2006. Anchorage, AKDiet at predynastic Hierakonpolis: an examination of macrowear, microwear, and caries

Nicole Misarti

Society of American Archaeology Annual Meeting. April, 2006. San Juan, Puerto RicoReconstructing midden composition through chemical analysis of soils in the eastern Aleutians

Amy Rodman

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December, 2005. San Francisco, CAOrigin for Kuparuk River basin springs, North Slope, Alaska
Note: The AQC has been awarding travel grants since 1990; only the most recent recipients are listed here.