Miles Hadbury

Ph.D. Student, CEOAS

Education & Positions Held:

B.S. Geology/Geophysics, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (2014)

Certificate in Geographic Information Science, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (2022)

M.S. Geology, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (2023)

Ph.D. Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University (expected 2027)

Research Interests:

I’m interested in the story told by glacial sediments. Previous experience involves interpretation of transport direction and depositional process of glaciomarine sediments through the use if paleomagnetic methods. Ph.D. research at OSU will focus on sedimentation off the coast of Greenland, using a variety laboratory methods possible at the OSU, Geology and Marine (sediment core) Repository (GMR).

Other Interests:

I am also interested in geographic information science (GIS), science education, and the delivery of scientific information to a broad audience. As my research focuses on changes in Earth’s northern ice center, I feel that expressing climate change related data is an important yet delicate topic of discussion and should be approached with strategy, inclusivity, and understanding.

Publications:

Harbury, M. A. (2023). Testing the Use of Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility (AMS) in Determining Genetic Origins of Paleoproterozoic Diamictites (Master’s thesis, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee).

Scientific and Educational Meetings:

Harbury, M., (2021). Determining the genetic origins of Paleoproterozoic diamictites using Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility (AMS), Institute on Lake Superior Geology, Sudbury, Ontario.

Harbury, M., (2022). Determining the genetic origins of Paleoproterozoic diamictites using Anisotropy of Magnetic Susceptibility (AMS), American Geophysical Union, Chicago, Illinois.

Mailing address:

104 CEOAS Admin Bldg
Corvallis, OR 97331-5503

Email: harburym@oregonstate.edu

Office: Wilkinson 002