|Slawek M. Tulaczyk
Department of Earth Sciences, University of California,
Santa Cruz, CA 95064, ph. (831)459-4089, email@example.com
Ph.D. Geology, California Institute of Technology,
M.Sc. Civil Engineering, California Institute of Technology,
M.Sc. Geology, Northern Illinois University, 1993.
Magister, Phys. Geogr., University of Wroclaw, Poland
2003- Associate Professor,
Earth Sciences, UC Santa Cruz
2000-03 Assistant Professor, Earth Sciences, UC Santa
1998-00 Assistant Professor, Geology, University of
Environmental Geology, Landforms, Engineering Geology,
Soil Properties and Mechanics, Quaternary and Surficial Geology, Surface Processes,
Glaciology, Ice and Climate.
2003- P. Christofferson (Ph.D., Technological
University of Denmark).
2000-01 A. Khatwa (Ph.D., U. Southampton,
I. Howat (Ph.D.);
S. Vogel (Ph.D.);
M. Bougamont (Ph.D. 2003);
J. Cook (M.Sc. 2002);
N. Casebeer; S. Carter (B.Sc., 2001; now Ph.D. student at UT Austin);
J. Munster (B.Sc., 2001);
S. Krilletich (B.Sc., 2001);
D. Kreeger (B.Sc. 1999; now graduate student at U. Oregon);
J. Krukoski (B.Sc. 1999, now Ph.D. student at U. Utah);
Dr. M. Bovec (Ph.D., 2002; U.Ljubljana,);
P. Christofferson (Ph.D. 2003, Technological University of Denmark).
- 2002 - NASA, Possible Near-Future Disintegration
of the Ross Ice Shelf: Glaciological Modeling and Oceanographic Consequences,
$99,600, three years, lead PI with one co-PI: Dr. I. Joughin, JPL/NASA.
- 2002 - NASA, Deceleration of Ice Stream A and Whillans Ice Stream
(B), West Antarctica, $148,900, three years, as co-PI collaborating with
Dr. I. Joughin, JPL/NASA.
- 2002 - NSF OPP, FASTDRILL
- Workshop on Interdisciplinary Polar Research Based on Fast
Ice-Sheet Drilling, $29,000.
- 2002 - UC Water Resources Research Center, Glaciers
on Mt. Shasta - an endangered resource, $40,000.
- 2002 - NSF Arctic Natural Sciences Program, Collaborative
Research: Velocity Field, Force Budget, and Basal Conditions of a Soft-Bedded
Glacier, Breidamerkurjokull, Iceland, $69,674 to UCSC, one year, lead
PI with one co-PI: Dr. E. Waddington (U. Washington).
- 2002 - NSF-EAR Instrumentation and Facilities Program,
Acquisition of a Ground Penetrating Radar for the Department of
Earth Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz, $29,718, one year,
lead PI with two co-PIs: Drs. R.S. Anderson and S.P. Anderson (UCSC).
- 2001 - Sloan Foundation, Pre-Tenure Faculty Leave
- 2001 - UCSC Office of the Dean of Natural Sciences,
Non-Tenured Faculty Development Award, $4,373.
- 2001 - IGPP Campus-Lab Collaboration Program, Sensitivity
of Global Thermohaline Ocean Circulation to Disintegration of West Antarctic
Ice Shelves, $18,640 to UCSC and $1,260 to LANL, one year (extendable
for two additional years), lead PI with one co-PI: Dr. E. Hunke (LANL).
- 2001 - Research Experience for Undergraduates
Supplement from NSF Antarctic Glaciology Program, $6,000, one year.
- 2001 - NSF Antarctic Geology and Geophysics Program:
Relationship Between Subglacial Geology and Glacial Processes in
West Antarctica: Petrological, Mineralogical, and Geochemical Investigations
of Subglacial and Basal Debris, $219,548 ($99,000 to ST), with two co-PIs:
Dr. A. Grunow (Ohio State U.) and Dr. L. Stern (U.Texas - Austin).
- 1999 - Center for Computational Sciences, University
of Kentucky - grant for the project: Is the Ross Ice Shelf disintegrating?,
- 1999 - NSF Antarctic Glaciology Program - subcontract
for the NSF Project: A Finite-Element Model of Basal Water Generated by
Melting in an Ice-Sheet Model, $32,000.
- 1998 - NSF Antarctic Glaciology Program - grant for
the project Control of Ice-Till Interactions on Evolution and Stability
of Ice Streams and Ice Sheets, $153,211.
- 1998 - NSF Geology and Paleontology Program - grant
for the project Subglacial Deforming Beds as Erosive and Sedimentary Agents:
an Experimental Study of Particle Comminution and Rock Erosion, $64,514
($59,500 to ST), collaboration with Dr. B. Kamb, Caltech;.
C.D. Clark (U.Sheffield, UK), H. Engelhardt (Caltech),
J.A. Fastook (U. Maine), A. Grunow (Ohio SU), W.D. Harrison (U.Alaska - Faribanks),
B. Kamb (Caltech), D. Krzyszkowski (PWS, Poland), D.R. MacAyeal (U. Chicago),
D.M. Michelson (U.Wisconsin-Madison), J. Piotrowski (U. Aarhus, Denmark),
R.P. Scherer (U. Uppsala), L. Stern, (UT-Austin), M. Truffer (U.Alaska -