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Adam Campbell

  • Graduate Researcher Ph.D.
  • University of Washington
  • 5PublicationsNumber of items in Adam's My Publications folder on Mendeley.

Research interests

GlaciersSnowball Earth

About

I'm currently working on understanding where photosynthetic life may have survived during the Snowball Earth events of the Neoproterozoic.

Publications (5)

  • Could promontories have restricted sea-glacier penetration into marine embayments during Snow ball Earth events?

    • Campbell A
    • Massarano B
    • Waddington E
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  • Could narrow marine embayments prevent sea-glacier invasion, and protect photosynthetic life during a Snowball Earth?

    • Campbell A
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  • Observations of seasonal and diurnal glacier velocities at Mount Rainier, Washington, using terrestrial radar interferometry

    • Allstadt K
    • Shean D
    • Campbell A
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  • Refugium for surface life on Snowball Earth in a nearly enclosed sea? A numerical solution for sea-glacier invasion through a narrow strait

    • Campbell A
    • Waddington E
    • Warren S
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  • Refugium for surface life on Snowball Earth in a nearly-enclosed sea? A first simple model for sea-glacier invasion

    • Campbell A
    • Waddington E
    • Warren S
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Education

University of Washington

University of Washington

University of Washington

University of Washington

University of Washington