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Oldest Ice

Oldest Ice Expedition
An expedition, led by Prof. John Higgins, and a team of five scientists, three from the Princeton Department of Geosciences, have a goal to collect the oldest ice ever recorded on Earth. (Nov., 2015)


Expedition to Antartica
Associate Research Scholar Maggie Lau shares her astounding landscape pics post-trip while awaiting a flight out of New Zealand. (Jan., 2015)

GEO Grad Reunion
Annual GEO field trip: Alumni, faculty and students gather to hold an alumni reunion throughout selected locations in New Mexico. (Fall, 2014)

GEO 370 Sedimentology in the Bahamas

This was a spring-break field trip to the Caribbean in order to collect sediment samples for final research projects. (Spring, 2014)

GEO 202 Oceans, Atmosphere, and Climate
Students taking beach profile measurements at Island Beach State Park, NJ. (Spring, 2014) Sarmiento/Schmitt

Field Work in India’s Deccan Traps
Research team at Deccan Trap conducting mass-extinction field work. Keller/Schoene (Jan., 2014)

FRS 187: Earth's Environments and Ancient Civilizations
Video of Students using the GPS prior to Cyrus trip. Maloof/Simons (Fall, 2013).

FRS 187 Earth's Environments and Ancient Civilization
Slideshow of the field trip to Polis Chrysochous, Cyrus. (Fall, 2013)

GEO 505 Fundamentals of Geosciences 
Field trip to Catskills Fall in the Appalachian Mountains of New York state. (Fall, 2013)