Amberlee is an M.S. student at the Center for Integrative Geosciences who is focusing primarily on fluvial geomorphology. Her interests include river incision and post-glacial landscape evolution throughout the Quaternary period. Her background from ECSU consists of detailed sediment core analysis, Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), surveying, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Amberlee is a Graduate Assistant for the Center where she has assisted in teaching both lower and upper level geology courses. Her current research consists of the ever-changing southern New England landscape, specifically major river systems, focusing on such factors as base level change, precipitation changes and glacio-isostatic rebound.
B.S. in Environmental Earth Science, Eastern Connecticut State University (2011)