Skip to Main Navigation. Each navigation link will open a list of sub navigation links.

Skip to Main Content

Apply Now to the University of Wyoming apply now
Visit Campus
Download UW Viewbook
Give to UW


Department of Atmospheric Science

Tues., Mar. 26, 3:10 pm, EN6085

Our changing Cryosphere: Gaining insights into permafrost processes using geophysics

Dr. Andrew Parsekian

University of Wyoming


The Arctic system is undergoing rapid change relative to global averages.  Warmer air temperatures and changes in precipitation patterns effect hydrologic processes and the integrity of permafrost; these changes are expected to continue or amplify in the future.  What do we observe today that shows evidence of change in permafrost? What are the anticipated effects of these changes? In this talk I will show examples of changing permafrost systems where geophysical measurements have revealed new insights into subsurface processes.  I will review recent work on permafrost thaw below Arctic lakes, lake expansion, and ecosystem-protected permafrost.

Contact Us

University of Wyoming,

Atmospheric Science,

EN 6034

Dept. 3038

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307)766-3245


1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
UW Operators (307) 766-1121 | Contact Us | Download Adobe Reader

Accreditation | Virtual Tour | Emergency Preparedness | Employment at UW | Privacy Policy | Harassment & Discrimination | Accessibility Accessibility information icon