New Mexico Highlands University Seed Award
SEED Grant

Late Pleistocene to Holocene Paleoclimate of the Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge and Adjacent Great Plains, northern New Mexico:
A Multidisciplinary Science Educational Endeavor

Lead Investigator: Dr. Edward Martinez

Read the Final Report (PDF) | Project Description:

The project will conduct an integrated, paleoclimatic study of sediment cores collected from the Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge (LVNWR) and surrounding region to determine late Pleistocene to Holocene paleoclimatic variations in northeastern NM. This research is part of a new and exciting collaborative endeavor between teamed faculty-student researchers at New Mexico.

Highlands University (NMHU) and will provide training for numerous minority undergraduate students.

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