Julie BarclayOffice: Van Hoesen C-119J
Phone: Ext. 2922
M.A. Geology (1997), University at BuffaloB.S. Geology, Environmental Science Minor (1995), Lafayette College
(*Note: Some publications listed under my former name, Julie L. Gloss.)
Germanoski, D. and Barclay, J., 2000. Debris flow fans and rock-cut, fan-shaped landforms in the Ridge and Valley Providence, east-central Pennsylvania. Southeastern Geology, v. 39, no. 3 & 4, p. 315-327.
Barclay, D.J., Gloss, J. L.*, Calkin, P.E., and Wiles, G.C., 1998. Late Holocene advance and retreat of tidewater glaciers in Yakutat Bay and Icy Bay, Gulf of Alaska in Proceedings of the Workshop on Tidewater Glaciers, Feb 28-March2, 1997, Columbus, OH.
Gloss, J.L.*, Barclay, D.J., Calkin, P.E., and Frank, D.C., 1997. Tree-ring based glacial chronology of Icy Bay, Gulf of Alaska, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with programs, v.29.
Barclay, D.J., Calkin, P.E., King, G.S., Gloss, J.L.*, Wiles, G.C., and Jacoby, G.C., 1996. Ice-dammed lakes of Russell Fiord and Icy Bay, southern Alaska, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs, v.28, n.3, p.A-37.
Gloss, J.*, and Germanoski, D. 1995. Differentiation of
fans and fan-shaped pediments in the central Appalachians, Geological
of America, Abstracts with Progams, v.27, n.6, p.A-47.
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