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Office: Geology 133B
Geology & Geophysics, Dept.3006
University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071
PhD, Rutgers University, 2011
BS, Dickinson College, 2005
- Parsekian, A.D., G. Grosse, J. O. Walbrecker, M. Müler-Petke, K. Keating, L. Liu, B. M. Jones, and R. Knight (2013) Detecting unfrozen sediments below thermokarst lakes with Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 1-6.
- Parsekian, A. D., L. Slater and D. Gimenéz (2012) Application of ground penetrating radar to measure near-saturation soil water content in peat soils, Water Resources Research, 48, W02533.
- Parsekian, A. D., B.M. Jones, M. Jones, G. Grosse, K. Walter Anthony and L. Slater (2011) Expansion rate and geometry of floating vegetation mats on the margins of thermokarst lakes, northern Seward Peninsula, Alaska, USA. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 36 (14), pp. 1889-1897.
- Parsekian, A. D., X. Comas, L. Slater, and P.H. Glaser (2011), Geophysical evidence for the lateral distribution of free phase gas at the peat basin scale in a large northern peatland, Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeoscience, 116, G03008.
I am an applied geophysicist with an interest in using geophysical tools under field conditions to investigate hydrological, permafrost and biogeoscience research questions. The areas that I am currently focused on are:
- Permafrost hydrology
- Optimizing the function of Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR)
- The hydrologic link between organic soils and the carbon cycle
I currently teach a seminar in Hydrogeophysics and in the future I will offer undergraduate courses in environmental geophysics and field geophysical methods among others.
Students with backgrounds in geophysics, hydrology, environmental science, engineering or related fields are encouraged to contact me via email to find out about masters and doctoral research opportunities. I am open to discuss how students may fit into my current projects or how I may be able to support projects of the students’ own design.