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I’m currently a first year PhD student at the University of Wyoming interested in using surface nuclear magnetic resonance to study the hydrology of thermokarst lakes with my advisor Dr. Andrew Parsekian. Before coming to Wyoming, I obtained my B.S. in Geology at Clemson University in South Carolina and worked with ground penetrating radar and preferential flow in the vadose zone. Other research experience includes participation in the Summer of Applied Geophysical Experience (SAGE) as a student as a teaching assistant. My personal hobbies including hiking, canyoneering, and painting. 


Me at Isabelle Lake in Colorado. 

© Andrea Creighton 2014