Cheryl Mckenna-Neuman | Network Partner / Network Partner

Trent University, Canada

Prof. McKenna Neuman has over thirty years of research experience in the investigation of aeolian transport processes and this will be a key contribution to the Network. Her PhD thesis was based upon field work carried out over a period of four years on Baffin Island in the eastern Canadian Arctic, and provides some of the earliest detailed measurements of aeolian processes under low temperature conditions. Within the last ten years, she has extended this line of inquiry in examining the physics of aeolian transport through a series of high tech wind tunnel experiments carried out under low temperature conditions. As a result of these activities she has considerable expertise both in field and laboratory work concerned with high latitude dust.

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