Seth Campbell is working to complete his doctoral degree through the School of Earth and Climate Sciences at the University of Maine. He is also a research physical scientist at the US Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) in Hanover, NH specializing in applications of geophysics to the cryosphere. Excluding dozens of CRREL related projects, Mr. Campbell has led five glaciological research expeditions to Alaska and participated in 15 research expeditions to the Arctic or Antarctica during his career. Research through his PhD and at CRREL range from glaciology, permafrost, and glacial geology, to radio wave propagation studies. Mr. Campbell brings a vast range of other technical and professional experiences as a suitable role model to participating teachers in the PolarTREC program. He is a former rock and ice climbing guide with 17 years of climbing/mountaineering experience, a past emergency medical technician-intermediate, and instructor for Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities (SOLO), a renowned national leader in wilderness emergency medicine education. In his free time Mr. Campbell enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife Kristin, and their Coonhound, Kinley.
Organization: University of Maine
Reconstructing the Past Climate of Central Alaska