Alexander Hare '14 is a geoscience major and government minor from Amagansett, N.Y. Alex is currently working on his senior project with Professor Eugene Domack on Oneida Lake seismic stratigraphy. He is a member of the Hamilton Geo Club, a cyclist on the Hamilton Cycling Club and also enjoys golfing with friends.
Isabelle Weisman '15 is a geoscience major from Westfield, NJ. Isabelle is a member of the varsity Squash team, Hamilton Environmental Action Group (HEAG) and participates in Greek life on campus. She is particularly interested in reconstructing and analyzing our earth's paleoclimate and paleogeography, as well as understanding the recent climate change and plans to continue in the field of geology education after Hamilton.
Amelia Shevenell '96 received her M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Marine Science from University of California Santa Barbara. Shevenell is chief scientist of the LMG13-11 cruise. Her research focuses on Cenozoic ocean history (temperature, biogeochemistry, circulation), evolution of the southern ocean and Antarctic cryosphere (Cenozoic through present), role of the high-latitude oceans in glacial-interglacial CO2 changes, reconstructing past sea level change and developing and calibrating geochemical proxies for paleoclimatology/paleoceanography. She has published articles in Nature, Science, Nature Geoscience, or Geology, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Marine Micropaleontology and Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, among others.
Shevenell graduated from Hamilton in 1996 and majored in geosciences. She completed her senior thesis, “Record of Holocene climate change along the Antarctic Peninsula: Evidence from glacial marine sediments, Lallemand Fjord” under advisement of Eugene Domack, the J.W. Johnson Family Professor of Environmental Studies.