Lindsey is an MS student in the Center for Integrative Geosciences. Her research interests include tectonic and fluvial geomorphology relating to active regions such as Taiwan. Her other interests include geographic information systems and remote sensing. Her background is in geoscience with minors in geomorphology and GIS and independent studies that focused on various applications of geomorphology including three dimensional analysis of meltwater sculpted forms using terrestrial laser scanning and ground based lidar as well as the use of remote sensing to characterize landslides and landslide dams. Lindsey’s current research uses the characteristics and radiocarbon dates of landslide dams in Taiwan to characterize the relationship between allogenic and autogenic impacts on landscape to understand tectonic history (such as erosion and uplift) in an active region.
B.S. Eastern Connecticut State University (2014)
Geological Survey of Connecticut (2013 – Present)