"A new study suggests that a warming period more than 400,000 years ago pushed the Greenland ice sheet past its stability threshold, resulting in a nearly complete deglaciation of southern Greenland and raising global sea levels some 4-6 meters."
A recently published article about research from our own Anders Carlson.
Joe and Karina Stoner welcomed a son this last week. Kasper Augustus came in at 9lbs 10oz and everyone is doing great.
Congratulations Stoner Family!
In an effort to better serve our customers, the FOBC Human Resources Team announces the first edition of the FOBC HR Newsletter, designed to provide helpful information, tools and tips. A link to the Newsletter (as well as past Newsletters, eventually) can also be found on the FOBC HR website. Please let us know if you would like us to include any specific information that would be particularly helpful to you or others. Feel free to contact the HR Team anytime!
- Your FOBC Human Resources Team
Miles Callum Deitz was born June 17th at 11:11pm. He weighed 3 lbs 3 ozs and was 15.5 inches long. Miles was born at only 30 weeks and 3 days gestation and is staying at the St. Vincent's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Portland. Meaghan and Miles are both doing great and are hopeful to be coming home early August.
Looking for housing? In need of a roommate? Shopping for SCUBA gear?
Looking to make $25 moving boxes? You can find all this and more on the CEOAS version of Craigslist.
CEOAS staff getting ready to welcome geology alumni and friends for the Geo@100 celebration.