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Welcome to the home page of Dr. Christina Hulbe, Professor of Geology at Portland State University, glaciologist, and concerned inhabitant of a busy, busy planet. This page provides an overview of my teaching, research, and some thoughts that occupy my mind. These pages are not fancy (I write them up using emacs) but hey, they can be read using lynx.
chair of the Department of Geology
- UNST 124 Sustainability (AU2011, WI2012, SP2012)
- UNST 232 Global Environmental Change (WI2013)
- GEOL 326 Numerical Modeling of Earth Systems (SP2013)
- GEOL 459/559 Quaternary Climate (WI2012)
- GEOL 464/564 The Cryosphere (WI 2013)
- ESM 610 Science Communication (AU2012, SP 2013)
- GEOL 466/566 Glaciology
- GEOL 420/520 Introduction to Geophysics
- This work is suppported by research grants from the U.S. National Science Foundation and NASA.
- fracture propagation in floating ice
- response of outlet glaciers to collapse of the Larsen B ice shelf
- ice stream stangnation, reactivation, and related events in West Antarctica
- boundary condition uncertainty and its use in ice sheet models
- Curriculum Vitae of Christina L Hulbe
- Glacier ice at Portland State.
- National Academy report on sea level rise along the coasts of CA, OR, and WA.
general reading on climate & cryosphere
International Glaciological Society
- Visit the IGS homepage to read about the Society, membership, and its publications.
beyond the ivory tower
the Seville Statement on Violence 1986: biology does not condemn humanity to war
know your rights (in the U.S.)
how to be an ally (pdf) by Frances Kendall
racialicious, a blog
Realclimate, a blog written by real climate scientists.
two photos of me
last update of the last updated date: 29 March 2012