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Adam received his B.A. in Geography from Keene State College and more recently he graduated from
Central Washington University with a master’s in Cultural and Environmental Resource Management.
His master’s thesis was focused on the hydrological significance of rock glaciers in the Eastern Cascades
of Washington. His research involved using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to survey the substructure
of nine rock glaciers. He is now currently working on publishing his findings.
Adam is collaborating with CHRE to protect the cryosphere through educating the public and promoting policy change. He is CHRE’s West Coast Cryoactivism Coordinator. Adam is a conservational geomorphologist whose views stem directly from his love for the outdoors. If he is not out advocating for the protection of the environment he is likely out playing in it.