Glacial Finger Prints: How Glaciation Left Its Mark in New York State

12:10-12:40 pm
Huxley Theater

With the increasing use of high-resolution LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) remote sensing technology, subtle topographic details of the most recent glaciation have never been more visible to researchers. Join geologist and Museum Curator of Quaternary Landscape Materials Dr. Andrew Kozlowski as he explains how this new technology works and displays myriad glacial landforms that occupy New York State’s landscape.

This program includes a 20-minute talk followed by brief Q&A. Participants are welcomed to bring their lunches.